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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 16, 1909, Corsicana, Texas L Moth Balls pick your winter goodi Jiirt ar MURCHISONS DRUG New Yellow Front V 1 f h Offico OrerlverMttVr Jewelry Phone JUNE PRICE FIVE We are selling more Carts today than ever Our line em braces the best collapsi ble Carts and Folders that are Our col when can be carried in the under the carriage seat or on the street car You should try one of our new nickel heavy in V stantaneous folders for Cheap PushCarts from not rent but we sell them so cheap that it is more economical to Walton Furniture Both Phones North Corsicana National Bank Texas Surplus and Undivided Profits r Over Active RICHARD LOUIS ARTHUR EARNEST Board of Directors Union Bank Trust LEON Ennis National JOE Merchant and Merchant and RICHARD Deposits Small and Large Which will be protected by the best conservative bank ing methods Everything held in the conlldenco and courteous treat ment at all We invite yon to call on us and got acquainted with our methods of as wo want everyone to when un account is carried with this bank that U Is safe and under the strictest of MAKE THIS BANK YOUR TOO LATE TO BUZZ FAN FOR per why buy when you can rent so cheap Cord and plug goes with cure Sun i SITUATION WANTED Competent f bookkeeper open for good State salary you will pay and what ot books have good Address care Sun FEUD FEELING STILL HIGH We handle all LJnds of b r Memphi Liquid VARN1SHERS THE LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE TO BE ORGANIZED IN MEADVILLE A3 A RESULT OF By Associated June IB atated today that District Judge Wilk inson Is to call a meeting looking to tho organization of a law and order league In Franklin parish to guard against any further outbreaks from the feuds in that county which have resulted In the recent death of throe prominent I Is asserted that friends and rela tives of the men wounded in the re cent duel have sworn to be HUNTING FOR BOYD AND also keep n fine assortment of PICTURE MOULD Drop In and maUe us a call when lu noed of anything in our i T i V 11th ami JPAINT g r t Some Militiamen and Sheriffs Posse Searching for Meadvillc Fugitives By Associated but t ten members of the Brookhaven mil itary company loft here The ten menf together1 with thirty mem bers of the sheriffs continue to search f d and alleged participants In Mondays street U is believed they are being harbored by friends it is feared If they are surrounded a pitched battle will en The body of Newman was interred MORE EVIDENCE IN GOULD CASE it A wiwtad ge wtoftt that used maoWnery U L T x V tf I I v j ADDITIONAL TESTIMONY INTRO DUCED TO SHOW WHY MIL LIONAIRE QUIT HIS Dy Associated New June to justify Hojvnrd In separating from his Katherine was presented today In the hearing of her suit for separation and Most of the evidence bore on the use by Gould of There was no sign of recognition on the part of either the plaintiff or the defendant when they entered the court Harry the florist at Castle testified that he had seen Gould Intoxicated on several occas On one occasion the manager of the was present and she turned on him and told him he was using language un fit for BOATS BELONG TO Mystery Surrounding Steamer Nantl coke and Tug Dispatch By Associated June j state departments official advices from Venezuela today cleared up the mystery of the steamer Nanticoke and the ttvg suspected ot showing that they had been purchased by CLAN FIGHTS IN Junk Filled With Chinamen Captured and Eleven Are By Associated June the clan fights in the Heuwah district recent ly Moelim villagers captured a junk with a crow of Chimiboh villagers and killed nine of Two Moolim men were also VOTE WITH Section of Tariff Bill Regard to Philippine Free Trade By Associated June n number of amendments on the Phil ippine section of the tariff bill had 3een rejected the Philippine free trade with the amendments was adopted by a vote of fortytwo to Six republicans voted with the democrats against the fi nance committees STATUE OF Southerners Will Be Perpet uated at By Associated June memory of General Stephen Lee will be perpetuated in Columbus by the placing at some prominent position a bronze statue of the great The statue arrived today and in the gift of his Blowebt California Canned standard at at Sowed SPECIATlETING OF TAFTS CABINET SENATOR ROOT ALSO PRESENT TO CONFER ON PROPOSED MESSAGE TO By Associated June special meeting of the cabinet was called Senator Root was pres It is Inferred that the meeting was called to olkaln the views of the cabinet as to the presidents proposed message to congress today regarding a tax on the net earnings of corpora MESSAGE SENT IN President Taft Favors Two Per Cent Tax on By Associated June dent Taft sent to congress today a message recommending legislation looking to the placing of a two per cent tax on the net Income of corpor ations and also tho adoption of an amendment to the constitution provid ing for an Imposition of an income tax without apportionment among the several This action followed a protracted special cabinet A California Canned standard at 16o per at Sowell r Make it a wantad save ably find the rlgnt Tomorrow June Oae Oclock ML Will Introduce The Smallest and the Most Clever little Salespeople in the worl will be at The Store beginning tomorrow Thursday afternoon at 1 oclock in the interest Thursday Friday Saturday Thu Real Butter Scotch and Pure Sugar Stick Candy Cents a Package t 4 They sell the goods and you marvel at their cleverness and become infatuated with their thoroughness in politeness and and a gant They are the Captivating Candy Kids 1 as Aweet in disposition as Woodards Real Butter Scotch and puvo Sugar away tneir oouvenir picture with each purchased Be sure to see V and are Smallest lespeople fhe World Djont fail to see is Store after noo 1 j j Bregant inches weighs and pounds j year f j i Bregant inches weighs 42 and is 20 years v ifj i i i t Remembe clock Th torn d see th w peop t 4 MORS Former New MAKES Banker Admitted of New the violating thefujf was today ad of LJATBR cnslo for tho monts ai have to ruue who was convicted of national banking ball in the sum me delay has been oc hingjlng tho formalities If all the legal require completed today he will tin In the Tombs over re Health and By Assoclat sanitation W od at today1 once of Wll cast the Jn oVder Jo urbtob to go tl IB j Sanitation June and the suibJectB discuss of tho Confer and it on New LAW Supreme Court of Illinois So Decides AB toPrimary Election Cy Associated Juno iu pro me court today decided that tha primary election law was unconstitu The Third Law Dy Associated June is tho third primary law declared uncohatl tutlonal by the highest tribunal of tho Objections were made to tho curalbersomo machinery and to tho restrictions placed on voters before they were eligible for participation In the LAND COMMISSIONER boln Jed out or afternoon bit I wit tl ip The feet Blankonahlp of Is visiting his Biankon ship in the Pottys Chapel Spnrlcman of is visiting his two miles south of To have ana to Bold after you have ceased to use or to un A want ad U your Nail of Mississippi Succumbs to Stroke of Dy Associated Tune aged sixty land commissioner of Mississippi sinco died here today from u stroke A special election will bo ordered by tho governor to fill tho n I i J Water Company la Pipe West Sixth The water company la extending lino ou West Sixth In this way tho people In that section of tho cltynro being glvou an opportunity to nmko connections which no doubt tho will L Subscribe tor Uue The Oliver Typewriter Exc L All others in durability and ease in operating It it a pleasure to write on the New Model can sell you one cheaper than you can rent a machine and with out interest on the deferred Agent r L 1 Old Phone 309 New Phone 8 V t t I 1 1
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