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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 5, 1909, Corsicana, Texas t MM saim Barrel of to pack winter gooda ar jo Ovor Iversen Phone connection MURCHISONS DRUG rtiew PRICE APRIL bout sty lot particul may ticular a m t get whats goo think y is bout aimer arx Clothe tail honest ilor cs ffort match them know th tigat l mve tfind loth mbody a p bl pend want t pa money EagleShirts Stacy Adams Howard Fost for men who like their shirts to fit Mens Good patterns FOOTWEAR herein white en WILL f ORT WORTHS PROHIBITION BE CHAIRMAN VOTED ON TODAY HEAVY LARGE April ow is your wardrobe ri a aster suits at THE TWENTYSEVEN COUNTIES IN FIRE SWEEPS OVER LOWER MICHIGAN WILL DE CiDE QUESTION LV J J ome to see us this i i I I Ih I 7VV mtN Ii V eliable Toggery at The Vi w ver ready to serve By Associated April or dry Is being voted for In twenty seven counties lu the lower peninsula of Michigan There are upwards of OHO thousand saloons and fourteen breweries and wholesale liquor houses In those counties which will be driven of business if the election of today Is carried by the advocates of local oi AREA LEAVING RUIN IN ITS TAFTS LEAVE FOR fl J end your friends to The n L ontinue buying fromThe Crescent Vtfff II H shopp TheCrescent Brother of and His Have New Home In This By Associated Now April brother of President companled by hla wife and left here today from Texas to look at their new home recently built for them on the banks of Corpus Christl STRIKES DERELICT thing The resce H 1808 K1NCA1D Crescen loth I i First unaniraoUBly agreed hearted oitlzena their homes and legates to 1 It is 3001 these columns will receive them kind1 Until closed uaii win aeUull JAP delegates will be in and cheerfully enlist in the CHINAat tbe Christiap Church that our kind Hiarjed citizens will come to its aid in this time of A committee of ladles will visit the homea and enroll those who will en of p i V i See thebeautitul line of MASTER If yourHenan POST CARDS at ib Ieoial talents stbeir rent L t 1 the Sun and get ail the y Captain and Twenty Persons Missing In Westminister By Associated April dispatch to Loydu from Pimta says the British stQiimcr suppose the straits of Westminster and was abandoned In a sinking The captain and twenty persons are NEGRO Florida Black Penalty for Ing a ri By Associated Al a was lynched here early today fpr the murder of Police man whom the negro Btabbofl I H I k to death early Sunday morning wlillo realstlng arreit the Port April ing from theirruined laid waste by fire that swept an aiiaJen blocks long and seven two hun dred families were seeking places to r rest Saturday Every other house and church In the city was open to each a house of mourning that contains at least one destitute Only one death 1ms resulted from the Newlon of thought at first from letters to Lo Herbert Stacy of The charred body was found In an al apparently The loss is estimated at as follows r Two hundred and fifty Small business houses and house hold Broadway Baptist church and Broadway Presbyterian 000 Texas Pacific round house and repair shop with twenty locomotives and one hundred and fifty box Several different stories as to the origin of the fire are the most plausible being that smuU boys were smoking cigarettes In a barn at the daBao street and Jennings This was the first Before con f ri trol was possible the fanned by tho Mgji soon spread east ward until the at oclock in the afternoon in Bn thinly settled East Side district about the Katy railroad It is estimatedthat theinsurance wilf not two mUHtfn The flnines originatedr in the Darn of Hatchpr wWfothe 4JJ f m J at It leaped aorosa Peter ll J FORMER TAMMANY LEADER TO F HAVE CHARGE OF COMMITTE OF BIG By AsBOoInted Kew Yoi April announc 9 was made today that Richaiv 1 i former of has agreed to be chairman the reception committee and be prei out atthe Jefferson day the National Democratic club at th Hotel Savoy on April Dont forget to see me new EAS j l f goods at NICOLSTnpveltlei wont find tsubscrlbe for tne IS1 f w W I LEANING your im Ll 11 f our prices I r ffi WaU Paper Paint 41 I p L L i i i i bit flfoliv
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