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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 10, 1909, Corsicana, Texas EIGHT PAGES JULY PAGES PRICE FIVE NOT TO FAVOR REPUBLICANS PRESIDENT TAFT SAYS HE WILL NOT PERMIT APPOINTMENT OF ALL PARTISAN By Associated July dent Taft today told Senators Taylor find Frazler of who saw the appointment of supervisors through the South that he would not permit I i local fight with a popula h sides claim the from 1000 to vlll be upwards of er Enraged at Wife Had Left July came here today Thayer then fat He was enraged lian would not live R V July i spent the day dls mission business skip of I The missionary for this even in Iowa Imper surrounded pith six feet of nago was been taken to kOreat Northern have been Itches of COO property and Forfeit Aft fhe personal received boon as Ills Les July THE BIG 6Header A Good Old Fashion CLEAR SALE OPENS AT THE BIG STORE nig July at When this store announces a big sale it means something for It F nnl This Will be a sale the Like of Which You Never Saw in Corsicana Before JULY 14th Watch For Our Big Red and get Your Dollars Ready for This Big Event Store Will be Closed all Day July 13th Getting Ready for the This wiil be the biggest sale the Big Store ever Every department will be included in this Good Old Fashion Summer so dont miss Our Big Red Circular will reach you Tuesday Wait for watch for i Wednesday 14th e Silt Opens Wednesday July 14th The Sale Opens ELKS SPECIAL HEADON COLLISION MEN MANY ELKS ARE DELI By Associated Grand C headon collision between a Denver and Rio train and a special bearing the Angeles convention It is reported thai are missing and It is presume they have been Thirteen specials and stalled as a result of About twentyfive thousand eluding many from New Haj Terro and Detroit are Minneapolis and supposed to have been on ed MANY ELKS Ten Thousand Have Alread in Los Gy Associated Los exalted reached here trains coming gallons from the Southern Tho number of 1 ji MINERS STRIKE Thirty Sta rwo Thousand rk in July lOr today that aii restore tho checkoff IntTi coal fields had been this agreement a thirtytwo thousand miner Missouri and was Ira ALL COMMITTEEMEN AT FIRST MEETING TODA AND WORK TAKEN Oy Associated July tlj conferees on tho tariff out today for tho first ThJ of both the house and a committees which framed the ure were It was I hat many more of tho visions should be submitted conferees and others woS to tho members of 3011 ways and means and weri named as thus ing tins work of tho will consider immediately tho In tho TOP OF HEAD BLOWN J Young Man In Lose Life by Discharge of Hla Sj Van aged twentythree wiis killed hero when u wus blowing tho top of his Van had Just rat from u H oil gun on a guto which aw Iro was opening The to tho and was 11 load of shot touring purl of tho mans head and hud been married only four wuok and was well known HIS FLESH EATEN Dead Body of Chicago Man In Lake In I July bonoK stripped of flosh by tho liody of Herman of wus found yesterday tit two from Canip Wnl a summer for piist two months Wllcox hns Billing with Ills Not H i j that tho lake contained 11 alligators Wilcox wont In for a Ho had been missing for four MAN EATING They Have Killed Several m the Fort July 4Xiiii roent public
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