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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 2, 1909, Corsicana, Texas I Carrel ef Moth Balls pack away your winter goods Just ar DRUG Naw Yellow Front U i 1 1 I I J Over Jewelry Phone RICE FIVE CENTS X PAGES JULY ffe rr to r Every lady who buys at this sto Tailored Suit or Dre fth s over will be given a Gold a present Ev y lady wh brin n into our stor eto ow no matter wh th will be given a Gold Piec Th to whom we sell a suit thes n q as Gold Pieces are new and are something of a cu i Beside liar and cents they a v y desirable as keepsakes and Special Cut Prices on Suits and Dresses Foulard Dresses Go in this sale Foulard Dresses Go in this sale at Foulard Dresses Go in this sale at Foulard Dresses Go this sale Foulard Dresses Go in this sale Silk Costumes Go in this sale Silk Go in this sale Silk Costumes Go in this sale SI Silk Costumes Go in sale 4 Choice bf any Wool Suit in the R A f Special Cut Prices on Mens Suits Our regular Suits Go in this sale Our regular Suits Go in this sale Our regular Suits Go in this sale Our regular Suits in this sale Our regular Suits Go in this sale Our regular Suits Go in this sale Our regular Suits Go in this sale Our regular Suits Go in this sale fff II I I ILMJ OneThird Off Lr Our regular Suits o in this sale regular Suits o in this sale si i si SI SI SI Go in r Blacks and Blues not included in this sale h 1 Wf I i Mattresses We have taken advantage the ANNUAL Special SALE of MATTRESSES and are now showing THICK FRENCH EDGE MATTRESS only The ROLL our windows EXTRA for only also felt mattress for splendid The the softest and most durable MATTRESS It is not STUFFED but is made by HANDLAID SHEET ED Every MATTRESS carries a not to mat or and never re quires to be When tick becomes soil y it can very easily be removed and washed and put back We can also save you money on all house furnishing Give us a call before purchas It on Furniture Both Phones 3046 North The Oliver Typewriter iV The Stenographers does work neater and you can do it more rapidly than on any other The most cult tabulating work la made easy on The Let us show jou the merits of the ma F Old Phone 309 t New Phone 8 COTTON REPORT IS UNFAVORABLE TEXAS COMPANY IS IN TROUBLE LEON LING RIVER CONDITION OF CROP JUNE 25TH MISSISSIPPI SAYS TWO TEXAS BODY OF CHINAMAN PICKED UP WAS AS AGAINST AT SAME TIME LAST CONCERNS ARE OF STANDARD OIL By Associated July condition of the cotton crop averaged per cent of normal on June 25th according to todays report of the department of This is against last CAUSES ADVANCE IN New Orleans Exchange Quotes Prices from 25 to 35 Points Associated New July the record of the government bureau of the condition of the cotton crop ad vances of twentyfive to thirtyfive points were recorded hy the active months on the New Orleans Cotton By Associated July that the Texas Company and the Gulf Refining two Texas are subsidiary branches of the Standard Oil that both have violated the antitrust laws of Mississippi and risking penalties aggregating and perpetu al proceedings were filed today in the chancery court of Har rison CONFESSES TO ADVANCES FORTY Heavy Buying Orders Flood New York Sending Prices By Associated New July buying orders flooded the New York cotton market when ihe government was made public Prices ad forty points over last nights This vance of about per The mar ket is feverish and prices varying five points or more on a COLLEGE BOAT San Francisco Laborer Gives Up to Save Innocent By Associated San July a today confess ed to the murder of Caroline who was killed last Cun himself because another man was under Five Crews from Leading Colleges to Contest for By Associated July lege crews from Syracuse and Wiscon sin were matched today In the an regatta of the Intercollegiate Rowing Three events are beginning with 3 oclock this r Half a dozen lines of type may be the link between you and something The next Issue pf this paper should tell about you have a house to rent or a Job to find or a Job to BOOK TOY STORE will be open all day Monday for tale of Read tbe ana Ml tte Theatre PA Mgr 4ft ck In The Service V V t f t 1 4 t dWT f 4 I 1 Special f 1000 Parquet seats Box seats 10o 25c 35o IN HUDSON LAST NIGHT IDEN t TODAY BY By Associated New July the body of the Chinaman found In the Hudson river last night was that of Loon the alleged murderer of Elsie was affirmed by a reporter who viewed the body today In the Efforts will be made to fully estab lish the identity of the corpse The complexion and certain peculiarities corres pond with those attributed to Leon in 3 I Declare Body That of White By Associated New an autopsy Coroners Curtain declared that the body was that of a white boy not more than sixteen years of Discoloration from long immersion gave the body the appearance of a EARTH SHOCKS of Messina Beginning to Come Back to By Associated Messina July earth shocks continued today but were loss fre quent and are diminishing in The people are returning from the but the authorities are adopt ing measures to prevent anybody oc unsafe rises at MAY VOTE Discussion of Income Tax Scheduled to End This By Associated July UIs the Income tax amendment was continued in the senate when tt convened Many inclined to think that vote e reached late this Business began with the presentation of petition relating to the corpora tlon RECENTLY ESTABLISHED BUT THOROUGHLY Licensed Embalmer and Fun eral Both 122 Day or LARGE HOTEL Guests Have Narrow Escapes From Burning By Associated Luke July one of the largest ho In LaUe burned last Fifty guests were rescued with One man was fatally The financial will reach about LANDSLIDE IN Reported That Nearly Two Hundred Men Are Burled By Associated July land slide occurred hero tills afternoon at the work connected with the new It that nearly 200 men wore burled TAFT 18 President Will Probably Make His Pacific Coast Trip This By Associated July wna announced at the White House today that In view of better health President Tuft will make hia contemplated Pacific coast trip dur ing the For the first time In six weeks Taft lunched with the president Back from brother of County Superintendent returned last night from u six weeks visit In Mis says of the six he there rain fell every day except two and he Is glad to be whore there Isnt so much We handle all of Memphi Liquid THE i L f also keep a fine of PICTURE T i Drop In and maUe us in of anything lo our Miike It a taste got a good at COLS for the Open day July Mi ll youll per yeas i more 11th and THE DIG PAINT p
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