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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 8, 1909, Corsicana, Texas f h r t a way I I RCHISON V goods Just 8TO low tttt POLK DENTIST Offleo Over Ivemnft Jewelry Phone I MAY PRICE FIVE i J i V t WAXAHAdt OFFICERS ELECTED BY WOMANS HOME MISSION DAILY SUN OVERLAND MAXWELL MARION KISSEL KAR PREFERS DEATH TO PRISON BOYLE DECLARES SHE WILL SUICIDE IF SENTENCED TO L By Associated May who is on trial here as an accessory in the Whitla kidnapping said today that life In the penitentiary would kill her in one week and rather than to submit to it she would sui She added thai half the truth had not heen told as one other man who had planned the whole affair had took the chair and called I which she sent message of love for Friday afternoons session of the Womans Home Mission Surety open ed with the accustonjed devotional exercises which precede all the devotional hour being presided over on this ooraskm by Downs of Mineral At Us close the Following the report a letter was read from Armstrong in I have a first class machinist to take care of your Quarters at present with the Corsicana Gas Electric HUGH Phone the City Engineer DUREN not been The address of the counsel for t Boyle begun early today and occupied about one He was followed by Quincy Gordon for the tor the regular order ot which its wqrUs and proceeded she statins at the and also stntinE that her strength at for information covering Building Permits House I City Lot Locations and Drainage and Plumbing and Sidewalk and Curb 1 Electric Electric No trouble to answer Office Room 22 HardyPeck Building Old Phone 517 Case Goes to 13y Associated May case of Boyle was given to the Juryat oclock The jury said to have reached a verdict on the first ballot but the court having adjourned j oclock It cannot be receiv ed until that The the trial of Boyle returned a verdict of guilty as indict ed in the second The second count charged her with aidingand abetting in The attorney for Boyle an nounced he would make a motion for a new trial The penalty in Boyles case is a maximum of twentyfive1 we arc one time that according to the reading of the printed hour Rollins read the report of present that sho would not be able to serve longer in this capa She assured the how of her unfailing devotion to the If It Is Not an Eastman The Texas Life Insurance and managed by Texas People who ate investing Every Dollar of the Companys and premiujm receipts in Company issues No Rainbow Con No special offers to prominent citizens its and no special dividends to fiavored individuals are either paid or Its rates are made to cover the cost of pro and the guaranteed benefits that are plainly set fourth in its Every Policy complies with the provisions of the Laws of and the published statement to that effect on the of the was dictat ed by the State Commissioner of Corsicana National Bank Died in Frank nged 55 died In Dallas yesterday evening of Brlghts Deceased was rear ed in Navarro county in the Brushy Prairie community and for the past thirty years has been an engineer on the Houston and Texas Central making his home during those years in Waxahnchle aul Deceased is survived by his wife and two b Powell and two Willie May and and Charles relatives of the went up today to attend the which will take place this of lyork Qud Qf hcr imcoasng prayers who was unable to bo pres1 that the members mlRht continue to persevere and to go from conquest to conquest Armstrongs re port was adopted by a rising vote of The report of Kato press was called for and in this connection Johnson called attention to the work being done each year through Tho Kings The press superintend ents report received acceptance by a rising vote which also carried with it L the thanks the The president announced the ap pointment of Kate Boaz and Woods as a commltte to revise the program for tho installation of Upon invitation Smith addressed the conference on the sub ject of Our and her hear ers were treated to a splendid expo sitloh of what the dormitory who It belongs to and what it stands who is filling the of fice of vice president for elected last was asdtod for her report was made and of Fort be ing cflflcd for spoke for the chtAdrens work and hor talk wnsMii tercstlng After the announcements were made It is said The town is dry And winter has adjourned b h But a beer you can find when Just call at our Fountain and wink your 1 No better you will find how everjyou The old name of Cobb will thisstand Root Beer from the old Buck It Is Not a The best the world can turn out is in the East or 7 years shod all Call at Sanitary Dairy and pay for this The Kodak Season is Here WJien makirig your travels this suipmer carry a Kodak with you and take of the beautiful so that you can bring back to your friends the i t v mi you have WBrtt a pleasure to keep pic tures as they always bring back past Good Tailoring Tho average man wishes to bo well He without trou ble or excessive if he will order his clothes from You can safely rely on the correctness of every I am showing a mendously big line this The patterns are swell a glance at them will rcndlly convince you that this is a fine place to get your clothus made to order and just like you would liko to have DONT FORGET that I do the largest Cleaning and Press tng business In the Good Tailor to do any kind of altering and re pairing for ladies and First Class French Dry Cleaner for Indies and TJjree beat presaurs In the All work called for and Any size can found iu the hearts of her A reading by Mlas Douglass did hor credit as an elocutionist atid she held the close attentionof her paper The Bishop of Cotton ed under her brilliant a pretty the conference adjourned with prayer r0mance admirably well told and Collie 2 months tan with white breast and feet no Liberal reward for return to our Prices range from We also carry For COLDS and Hicks CAPUDINB IB the beak rem the aching and fever the Cold and restores normal Its and BOc at drug Henry Iversen Go by tho president and accepted the In vitation from the Corsicana ladles for a drive over tho city and visit to the State and Odd Fellows Ohphans Homes The night service opened with a song by the followed by a quartette composed of Ing tho value of a Christian life and Us influence iu a convincingly striking Romance and re ligion were so admirably woll blended that the mullonco lonl hcr its sym pathy from her opening to hor clotting It isnt flatteryto tmy that Stephens vovoulod decided liter Thursday q New Pictures fEW TEAM MABLE HAMPTON AND Hoover and In hor production which Jewelers pticians For Whether from Stomach or Nervous Capudlne will relieve Itg to Try It and at drug following which Smith of offered a Armstrong In conducting the devotional exercises read a lesson from the Blhlo1 following It with a brief but interesting and well tlraed Boaz made a short but impres sive talk In which she pointed out cer tain bookswhich she declared every Womans Home Mission should Wynnes paper In which she j vividly portrayed tho beauties of a I cd by Mrg Bloodworlh the piesldent Christian life found a hearty response tho minutes she road with good The evenings program was brought to a close with two readings by Sadlor which she gave in her accus tomed captivating Boaz presided over tho literary proceedings of the evenings program and did so with easy grace and pleaH Ing This Saturday session of tho Home Mission Society was opened with a religious hour conduct NEWT BASSETT Comedy The Drummer and The Change of program ev ery BIJOU BOONE i V At the Busy The f i Center Specials r Supper til h 4Oc coffee 23c T t The and Brand made by HashSmith Coffee roasted in the new gaa in one frmnd tin and retails Special Saturday after supper r Mens Pongee Shirts From to j Mens fine Pongee soft collar and cuffs at1 Mens Worsted Trousers I full the size cream and I in assortment of I can that retails at Mens L Trousers r r After Supper A lucky purchase of 125 After f Supper Specials Curtain Scrim Frbm to 50c Linen 9c From 8 to 9 Donnells pure baking Curtain 5 bolts all linen a3SOrted very sheer ami inches worth Special for 1 hour worth up to a pair for t quick selling have divided into 2 and Special 2 for 6 ond per yard I the quality you pay 50c fof Special for one hour per I h st Limit 2 to f c Limit customer Seasonable merchan i F i 1 L b i 14 rrts Your money back if npt satisfactory thing as advertised L 4 previous session were and ap A telegramconvoying greet ings from Mr who is sick at her was A message from tho Colorado City who Is ill at a hotel iu the was read by District reports were submitted as Brownwood by Fort Worth by Plttinviow by Tho reports of Jim agent for Oiir Home and Kings was Tho president appointed u commit tee to draft resolutions endorsing the Kings Ed Smith spoke In endorsement of tho idea to send a letter of greeting appreciation to Mrs It was was showing com mendable fidelity In giving herself to editorial work in Our superintendent of the reading submitted hor ro port which was in structive and Tho report of tho nominating com mittee was accepted and tlio committee following tho election of officers was tak en up with the following results Bloodworth of Fort Orlswold of vice Bontley of sec ond vice Bishop of Fort fMrs Nat Rollins of corresponding U Stephens of r Miss Hawnor of record ing After voting tj defer tne selection of a place or the until the afternoon bestowing t a vote of thanks upon the Sun for Its bright and full reports of tho once the adjournment was taken until this afternoon The first work done when the con ference assembled this afternoon was to hear nominating speeches for the cities that were candidates for the next meeting Mineral Wells and Big Springs wore nominated and their vir tues told In truly eloquent All tho nominating speeches attracted at tention and elicited How n b Continued on Pago TO DO SPRING 4 DU want your house Re painted and Papered H our prices T I Ashmore Ht Wall Pftep r
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