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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 July 1908

murder case "mm,k 1 «4VK ..... "r-Tkro , >„ "'' VHI TII I 1 ■ C.UlKlo.. ■fKlXK TAL ^ 'iai might have been anil • -~T"p«„ M.,,1 ,,U,St ** 9 irl*ht, l H W*ning was «■jgSfiit to 11 n and t.uining Dttm,w!v aVer|ed this afternoon vh*n •> «i>:rmr ."Z„;i Wjfe's Husband. transfer wagon collided with and ov- J « :1 ■ S\ .... ■ Wm Former Owner WHKT D1KT «. t«ment of W V"r'urne'1 a bu**y ta which was wat- ¡ ^ ¡un Íberlff of Ountírs- e<i °J R,nKland The doctor was> T« Collector W. W. Wright re- ho left 'bis morning ?* l*neath th* b"KK>- and would ce¡ved the now« thl «uornlug from *b.°. extradition e ee" (,ra«K®d t0 death perhaps,;reUt,ve* tn Nuecestown. of the death • had not — - 1 ««-v. — —-•— - — day and night N- Rollins on an elt Will !> h the Cat Will Be Flalshed I Fear er Flw Months. . him I, fk to Ountpra. some IMMeraeu who were ,Mt nlght or J**íwd«r ta Chicago pit 1**® f0r murder Roll-iiio8f'by 8,?Ued ,he ht)PW> wb e other* ,of Capt A p- R«*bal, formerly a W íl t ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 July 1908

HH : W '; i;,v \ \j WEEKLY OOliPUB OHKIBTI OALLEB, FRIDAY, JULY Í0, M08. Htr« <>ui> Time. SUMMER NORMAL CLOSES READY FOR THE / TEACHBBS Sl'KM IS KVIOV ABLE AMI PKOFITABiK SLSSIOV Ian* December, coming from Arkan- sas. lie ombarkad ou the grocery business on Staples street and pur- a lot and built a Iiouhc in In Bay View cemetery. w3 W U™_r >, July «--in th« Internation- al tm I loon race I>r. Honeywell Field- covered MSG rolle* ami the mauagers are happy over the result. They believe that Dr. Field- ing'a achievement will atund for some time to com '. The French contest- ant* who went Into (<ake Michigan are uone the worse for tl>elr experi- ence. Th« race In regarded as the most Manufactory every held. The Itemed? That l)om. "Dr. King' New Discovery la the remedy that doe thu healing others promise but fall to perform," Hays Mrs. E. It. Pleraon of Auburn Centre, Pa It Ih curing me of throat and lung 'rouble of long atandlng, tliati" ' equity In tin* lot ana th"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 July 1908

JOHNSON nun lUli AT EL PASO FAMINE DACES IN INDIA OVBK gfcttoh • Fic«MM au« Maver of Clivtland ly Walton Pawoott. ASf IXt'H OF HAIX KK1.L I* TWENTY MINI TBS. OVKH |.000.0041 NATIVES OX VKHC1K OI STARVATION. picturesque1 ana and the L. jonii " . ■ « «« me I Aid *a« educated in the v0f of CJ. -iand 1 not only cuo- Hooaier *lat«. The Johnaous lost 1 11 bv M admirers distinctly what property they possessed ,n th<? scored for either flrat or secondj civil war. ami when a bov of 16 ou the Democratic National Tom went out into the world to make hut ha# "lsu b<?en tnithuBl-f hi own living. He «rut ' boomed for the responsible i Louisville, where lie I'vw tuierlrau Drew«e<| In the tirande-Report ihut Man Mexicans Are Minting. Klo riittuNMiMlh Hmg TtMMseive* MIIn lo t Rearti the (¿overiMiietil Repot* Many l>le Ku Hour*-, went to found em- Kl Puao. Texan, July s.—The worst Calcutta, July 3. -Despite the dec- rainfall known In the history of El laratlon of the British officials that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 July 1908

iff KM' j ?? SGBflllfi, '' f .1' rffr WEEKLY CORPUS CHEIBTI CALLEE, FE1PAY, JULY 10,1* «#Hi JflL* PI lililí SPECIAL PIANO SALE HIKiiiifi warn., _ &¡ & ,•y.' .S: ¡Hiiii ¡i&iysk sil win raBMfi íí vh'v :";W? ®pi|M wü íllSill , * M '¿fia ñ 'ft: : Rpft'í E-O ÍRBfs * *VL V; í Mi T- wy-t&wjrí \ p :;:AW % *Wn ra « frMi^s ~fk~ '1'/ iÉfS I f ' -:•; . - Vi. 'v .,- V v it * * 1 vgR#v;• ^ fe'C' " ' K.' iir Introductory Saleot Pianos •c Gives the people of Corpus Christi and vicinity an opportunity of purchasing a piano from a home concern at prices that defy competition anywhere. Tlie manufacturers of our famous Kimball, Hinze, Hobart M. Cable, and Bradford Cos, Pianos have made us >pecial¿concessionsfor] this sale and their special man is now here to conduct our Introductory Sale. Our Reductions AreGenuine Come In and $600 Piano for $^65 $ST>0 Piano for $41^ K« ■Ml, ,, .¿i;,!i'--1'- ■ ■■ ■1 $<n0 Piano for $47^ $47 ^ Piano for $>c)8 $400 Piano for $*2 $2^0 Piano for $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

i CORPUS JULY 17 u NOTIFY BRYAN AUG. 12 IRE jl EASY WINNERS I OVI Mil IKK VISITED FLANAUAX /KKKl I S> LKADKIt TODAY. COUNT ■ UP IN THE AIR RIDE ON EN WATER WAGON Of IN uSS!! XI™ ™ ***** F,rr,:l> WITH Ml llt.Uh TO PRO («WKM'IOV STKKL II.MM Kit 1'HROW. him ,> A> v| its IIII'. MIVRM,v RMKHTUNKD. HILWIND CAMPAIGN SHEPPARDiffiTS A FIRST II ISA CRUCIAL TEST EIGHT WHITE HORSES GROSS TONS WAS 417 or flrxuitli Hi tli<> Hull 111 fal States Will follow un Address at Chicago mi I,altor Un . Lincoln. Julj II- The National .p.,.^rftfU committee visited Bryan Itaii Keri M l-'uirv it-vv today. It was ., ¡ jo hold the Bryan notification ■¿bcrolu A "«mm !-• Kern will ho a1 Indianapolis later. Cum-j pian .«Im. discussed. It r,robal>l« tTíai Bryan will remain 111 : iiicolii until labor da> when he ■fjti makr ¡,I! address at Chicago.. |tee;, he will begin « whirlwind tour |L...,,iO, the doubtful States including: In Illinois. Iowa, Kansas, Mich- Ohio New York, Now Jersey, Inn! Rh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

; ' y,, ;.v;rí • tt •—•*• WEEKLY CORPUS GHRISTI CALLER* FE1PAY, JULY 17, 1908. ¡§§Í TUB THIRD TIMK. Mil Ml. THE PEOPLE HULE! 1 ADVICE TH AT COtl* XOTHIffl. SOUTH CAROLINA WIS LAUNCHED IT third (Une >n twelve years if there 1* one fact that stand* forth In a full-page advertisement i(i on'' enniiiK Bryan of Nebraska,- |n more luminous conaplcutty than of the popular m«*M nes. tho Anaierl- orator of the Platte," "The Dy other In the present naUonal poll-1 can Telephone ami Telegiaph Com- PMirlesa Leader of Democracy," and tlcal situation, It In the wide differ- pany. the dominating ©orporattoa of "The Great Commoner" han been j «nee that characterise the respective all the associated Bell companies, in- named by hla party for the presiden- attitudes of the two great pa rilen to- eluded among which In our own MRP ||P ey Twelve year* ago when be brush- j ward men and money. mueh-beloved and ofttimes much 1A_,~ naimuTCn ed back the curtain that had hitherto The Chicago convention reje...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

6ÜMB ■ pSpKR ' . i fit i' 'BSP'' tgt). rir'nnpr'M ...W ■ ' , 'f r. fíjLt w. im. '' M ;■ 111 I ■ I'1"' mt t P if vm l&S Wfíá It " '' ■Hli \ ■ iiS ;1 '"T 7: 'T \ 1 . ¡feW&V. Wí?; ifr ¡(V' K'm1'1 $N'Í■ 'V <m&.VÍK^ :A..'Vv'^ > :v \, , k , , > „ ' rtt t iik Ilil S-WñV "Tl^^ - H ft f Tp I \ \ w \ i r v V/l Mt \ Mí V .MM* I I I „-fi L,','"i ::fg f|yM|S ¡BP IMIl I ^Püi Him W $ foi>: vi- *wW"$ ■ *1 V" *' R ■ : im-m mfi! '®®8L I m ffes ■ff/Vil JÍ¡r ^ \ mm Our Introductory Sale of Pianos * H Gives thejpeople of Corpus Christi and vicinity an opportunity of purchasing a piano from a home concern at prices that defy competition anywhere. The manufacturers of our famous Kimball, Hinze, Hobart M. Cable, and Bradford Co's. Pianos have made us special concessions for this sale and their special man is now here to conduct our Introductory Sale. Our Reductions AreGenuine Come In andSeeOur SóOO^Piano for Síóí $íí() Piano for $47í $?00 Piano for $41* « $47=? Piano for $398 $4?0 P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

WEEKLY CORPUS OHRISTI O PBgafflSSffl '-MM®*,; '$9 nd^# "í" IS II FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1608. His -T-Hi forty have the to galu a brighter than Por th first time > u e war the hosts of Democracy are all unlfed and the utmoiit harmony prevails. One ha but to read the presa dispatches In the day's news to be convinced that such is the case. While the attitude of the labor vote, ' a the result of the Incorpora- tion M the anti-Injunction plank in the Denver platform, Is important, it being assured that the laboring men of th* country Will almost to a man vote the Democratic ticket, the as- of the support of the conserv- Ive wln¿ of the party Is also signifi- cant. A number of the Eastern del- egations went to the Denver conven- tion with the purpose firmly fixed to support the ticket only In the event it was headed by some one other than Bryan. The stand of the New York and Connecticut delegations wax Il- lustrative of this feeling. Hut when the Inevitable stampede for the Peer- less Leade...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

■ jA ■h^HI - I;:-.:',- 1 ':, 1 - .. ; . "V'- ^yfr'-i 31 WEEKLY CORPUS OHRISTI mk^:r H SpIpiSr s1 .«WiMili 17. 1908. COME TOGETHER EVAP- BOARD ELECTED PUNT TWO TEACHERS COMPAQV TO WEVEI.OF the HMD OF texas city 1'iavt to Fill v BKSAVIOEK HELD, HERE lxvektkiating. ' ' ■■MRf "O VOTE h^5^SW«18BD BV EXt:C|TlVE COMMITTKE HOLDS IthMONATlONS. THEM TO UK REPUBLICA N8. HEADQUARTERS HERE MAKES BANANA COFFEE THIRD WARD BUILDING THE PRESIDING OFFICERS „ Br Know" «• tl ' < orpu* ( hfhtl i ('omddeHng Feasibility of Bringing Oil and l'ipe Line iUuaiia* Direct to Till* City fotapau) Capital #2> 0,(MMI. From Mexico Work UII Its 1'uu.trurtloa Begun— chairman Duna Submitted Hi njter pulllBK "< cl'ott8 Purposes for Ave years or more all the oil Will Ik- I tendy for (he Coining Hmtoo Mr. A. P. Spawn, originator of ' Spawn's process." for the manufac- HHlPViVHPWBV wresiH i ,h'' BeimvitM oil field ¡ ture of vegetable soups, and bead of ;W brought toother and rhe the large plant of th* Texas City D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

PWPMs ■Jpy, WEEKLY OOEPU8 OHRIBTX CALLEE, FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1908. T WmÉ\ JBK88. UNIQUE EPWORTh BADGE Or. ferry I" a HulMlearted Sort of Way Denle* Hi- find Anything to do With It. ! ANNOUNCEMENTS BROWNSVILLE WEDDING 'oIcuiiMt-Fullou Company WIU •tall One Hi Tuft. The Coleman-Fulton [muy has about closcd * " For Congreso. The Caller la auiiioriaed to JOHN N. GARNISH an a candidate foi I'asture eora- re-election to Cotlh'ress from the leen tit district, «abject to the actloü ! (t.r( Ui« ti> Performed > Fit Irvln sang. All For lug the ceremony ths was driven to the pretty ] all arrauge- iobii- W\ At the I on ta a ci' of Cupial n Crouch of place on the Thl* tit, Who KepresenteJ the | ( ouunerclal ('lob. rA- '0, i ,pt R D. Crouch, a member tb< Hoard of Director of the Com- mercial Club and one of the promi- nent members of the club' deep wider committee, returned to rhe city t|t|« morning from College Station where, a« hun been his custom for many year*, be attended the Farmers' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

mmSSBk IV. >'V¿ ! : $ '> i'- HP PíWáifC ' §11 i.Wj ■:'$j B ■ >¡ x í .* .í *#V r • p■•$;}'••' i ifsj JNB3INPV > 'Wmm : . JOSEPH WINGATE FOLK Sketch by Waldon Faweett. FWt_C0N0 should have *ome representation However, Folk's frleada dually per- suaded him lo accept. and he wa* elected by 3,000 majority. Attorney Folk Wki uo soouer aet- tled In hii new office than he com* 1 meuced an investigation of eleetiou AMMiUCAN' ZHtMSTS HKTAN ivtv one oí ftlt* >oun*etit m*n wbo hb* ho,u<* tow he practiced law thw« and **ured a number or In- VBNTfDN AT ATLANTIC CITY. 1 meiKtonod in connection with for a year or more. He was meet ■ I?' OF HOLT LAND rears In bush V IvmiK-ratK nomination "or pre l '* 1 Governor Joseph Whigat ™ . «ti ..irl 'Phi* lir<4*i« lir 4\«j fnts against fraudulent voters. i- ¡n« with success. but restless ambl \ , VboM«® r«monstrat- Ufll I PI A KIT Ml AMICC vj'ton impelled him to seek larger on- ! . hhn for t,ro*®cuUa« ward "ILL I LAN I COLONIES I i'Tt of M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 July 1908

lü , JULY XT. 1808. íai. Í N & SONS All 6oods Price TI IÍW i^«vic,y. emi-Annual Ca; I ,'.v. «lü Friday, July DOORS OPEN AT 8 O'CLOCK I & K®; fefei C f P R> pfW" m K; ' mwIW A Sale That Only Comes Twice a Year—An Event That Thousands Await With Interi Not only is this Corpus Christi's big value sale, but it is the one sale that gives you absolute and unrestri|| choice of one of the Largest and most diversified stocks in Southwest lexas 20 Per Cent Reduction on all Regular Goods. Every Department is Represented What is it You Want? You Will Find it Here. SHOE DEPARTMENT. ( Mum 8toiv. $5,00 Laird, Stjboher «fe Dutten.hofer Shoes $4.00 ,$4.00 Laird, Sehohcr & Dul ten hol er Shoes $3.20 $¡{,50 Laird, Schober & Dnttonhofor Shoes $2.80 $3.00 I>iilteiihol'er Simes ...$2,40 $2.50 Duttonhofer Shoes $2,00 $2.00 Shoes $1.60 fi.r>o alio ' ; $1.20 AH Misses and Children's Shoes Reduced 20 Per Cent, HOSIERY DEPARTMENT 20 Per Oent Reduction on Onyx Hosiery, $1.50 liohe now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

4 . «. JRmH HH Nbm& t A , 1 mmm XXV ITERS MUS Bt DEMOCRATS Tex July £2.—Persons who "'Democrat* but who are vqry of ^pressing themselves on of legislation that will he ¡."¿d in tlu> primary next Satur- , but one means of expression. Is by recanting their former i Cooperstown, N. y„ July 22.—Heady t'odman Potter, seventh Protestant Episcopal Bishop of the diocese of New York died last night at "Fern- lelgh," his summer home, after an ¡ illness of several weeks. The bishop was unconscious all day and the enü principie and assuming the. which came at 8:3 o'clock was quiet, itfc obligation. j'l'he prelate was 74 years old. I attorney general's department Henry C. Potter was a native of ilved a number of Inquiries Schenectady, N. Y. He had been the this phase at the election. | heuci of the New York diocese since , mail liringing a communication ¡ i S87. succeeding his uncle, Bishop Ho- ithe coutit>' attorney of Val Verde ¡ ration Potter. Hishop Potter took an Lyf inquiring as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

5E9*S < m: WEEKLY CORPUS OHEIBTI CALLEE, FRIDAY, JPLY 24, 1908. ST • mm m. CHRI5TI CALLER Publlthtd by Caller Publishing Company $3.00 **r V—r ■«tared «I « • P< t flk*. Coreut CbiUU. T«t*i. « weopd-cU.t miini FRIDAY JULY 2j 1908. SUCCESS ASSURED. MAKING WAR ON PATENTMEDICINES Washing ton. D. C., July 17. Medical expert* of tin department of Th« "Dr. King*,™ remedy that promise but Mr . E. R. Pa. It in curing lung trouble of other treatments porarlly. New u, so much good that H The promise of an insurance rate one one-fourth at one per cent ansureH tho nueces* of the steamship venture. Many have been unable to understand why the schooner which ha b«jen plying between thin port and Galveston for many months was not better pat- ronised, especially since its rates for transportation were on the average less than half the railroad rates. The insurance rato tells the story. In rail trans- portation, the carrier assumes the insurance. If goods are damaged en route, the shipper can pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

1 HKKT ITLTTHE HEARST OPPQSh I HON TO BRYAN OOlW OHMTI PALLM. FMDAT, JOLY H, 1*Q>. ■bouNGcim AERONAUTS AND ■ MODERNWARFARE i\.. eitlturc In Texas Ik be-j If. attract luch an<1' Ifi£uo * T« thlB • b« í «<ri>at tnduitr) wlthiu the next ots have beeu named for th«. «m. I*., The *«ga beet grow pro- amber election. The t-xcoutloi, í * th" 1° v#k,p the *n of *#r £Z Jin, ... Chrlrtl. tleket lo £ ,1.X; T t *" li,*,, * "" «* •' •! mm. <**« kuo „ it i- I i ni* Recent tents the * • Far Ceteres . 1 «£& 9*Ue? u authorised to JOHN N. OARNER ae a candidate for re-election to Oongreaa from the Fif- teenth district, «abject to the action titptiMIzZZT-i J ir io.-A.ro .uu!5Th"áSSSiuTSS , Bl residential tick- and army officers who look to them I!mL^^r, ! Allante. On,. July SO.—Detecttatt ta tí,.; TI,. C.LÍSS" .o ' *""? Klmb.ll MUI «4 are begin- nounee W. R. PERKINS of Alice, ae m(Mttbw* of th* Oeorgla Legislature uing to center their attention upon a cao<1ldete for the Legislature...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

CfiRISTI CALLER 1$h é :*>P! I Iter Publishing Company f2.0¿>#r V«ar w—pt coito «nam omft row. 1908 « TKA«alE WITHIN OUB OATM. ^^[OfTlS SCENE fruit. Th« re tree#. the Nothing i« lo*t. LIT'B "Giant oaks from little aeorne Nothing is tri All things must cause," as the evoi teed produces the fruit makes more a more fruit, and . _ truth of these observation* is being daily situated by developments in connection with the jfthip project. The published reports respecting the enterprise appearing in the press have awakened the faculties of promoters and capitalists to the pos •ibilities of Corpus Christi from an industrial stand- rint. These men know that waier transportation cheaper and, as a rule, more satisfactory for in dustrial purposes than other means. A steamship line means that Corpus Christ! is to Im* a distributing center for this vast Southwest country. It means, too, for the same reason, advantage* for tin- ostali lishment of manufactories. 'Hie Caller is in a position to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

1 mriON OF THE collins; estate commissioners appointed by yurt hard al work on the dtloti of the estate of Mrs. Anna ' who died t Sail Diego about _ and a hair «80. This estate IPS* - íííéÍÍímhÍmUíéhÉH ,lm' °01tP0 wum osuaa, ntU*, tot h im NOT RAISEDfiTHE BOIL WEEVIL rJffil SiBi Mayr field stare that only abou: ¡I" JZm' T"""'I *'«• a*nid: chase of BftePn hundred feet of hose has been " ¡¡¡i 1 it*. William Hruoihy, «tete h«alt& officer arivod in the city thin morn- ing and spent the day her* liyoklwg into the health situation, and confer- ring with the health authorities. ■ ■ — When seen by a Caller representative The following I* from the Browns ll,is nwulag Dr. Brumby was oof ! [sure whether he would go «¡town into' I ubscrlbed—something "be ! bvl^'Th í" **** ^ ¡ BrOWa8%U,c °°ua,ry or r«turn t0 «- v M Hrtl j£j *:; í:,rc^a p"°"""* hose has been é||||íUb¡ The some eight ar miles 0f the richest in Southwest j iars. i* mmmmm th*f lands In this county and jdia^urS^ov^'^e^roaiJ^*118-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

lltí «fiKi OCAL 1 : Chautauqua, N. Y., July 80,-~KarJa samldenaoj, Vlvu, Esperanto, Vlvu, Zamenhof, Vlvu, la Nací* Esperanta Kunveno! Freoly translated tbia mean that the disciples of Dr. Zainenhof's new universal language, Gsporanto, which Ih alleged to embrace all the virtue* of all other language and the fault# of none, are gathered In Chautauqua today for their first national eouvon- WXJ&KLY OO&FUB CHEISTa 0AJUL1E, FEIPAY, JÜLY 84, 1908. WILLIAMS MEET- IWRIGHT HtóNT LAY INC N0Í ilELO RECEIVED REWARD WAS INTERESTING CUBAN ON 10 On Friday evening. "Brown's In Town," a th comedy, will be given by At the Ladles' Pavilion urn picea of the Monday Club, being CO raise money for «he bauetV of the park fund, Mr. J. I' Cutr*.. an actor of uote and wide i *n i ¡«-u< han ni at tern In charge and wlll|Oc- cupy an Important place In the east. He Ih also maintaining a close super- tlon and that they are glad to see'vision of rehearsals and the success each other Karaj, saml^eano—tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

f V,', VV LEAGUERS' TICKET I WAS ABOLISHED fcSKLY OORPÜ8 0BBI8TI OALLBE, FRIDAY, JV 111 11111 >f l.otulou. July 17,—Reports re<^iv- here regarding the magnificent SffiSa — preparations that are being made In ; ImToftht ^ Australian and New Zealand port opened f t tendance iaMin Tex-. TS.—Interrogato- * propounded <° <>«' Secretan of in a communication written by st*t* r McRea of Fort Worth warrant ^ conclusion that the Independence «-Ill filter the contest for State ^ November election. If Londou, July n.- In the should b« the case, accompanied a t¡clt<n uf rt>8i,eclabie trength ^u-cbed by the Republican , the State .,nlir after the Democratic pri- rtee iua> not deport itself with its ioroaray uninteresting monotony. . jjcRu,. obvlottBly Kives the key J [be situation in his first question, skrouih the asking of which he seeks to *certalti whether or not an electo- nl ticket for presidential electors ' not b,. legally named by petition otherwise Mini placed on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 July 1908

■W5? ; iH l^ ,_ ',v . . ;*V,' < superintend* wmM m th* boa §wA' | a member of tíie board normal examiners. which quite an honor, slnca la componed only or three Prof. Bennett took tbe matter up Home time ago with Hon. Russell Savage, a member of the . requesting that he assure I infant class room wit lutment. Mr. Savage wrote j the first Presbyter!' to State Superintendent H.J indicated to their m« urging the appointment Tin- caw has been It The controversy o*ei estate haa been setth parties to tbe oootrov- fled. The result will b rial will be establish- memory of Mr. and M d ridge. The Doddridge JJiUff will be converte for ag«d and indigent WEEKLY CO&. •• -U'i •"{{!«• Austin, l ji lilt Í tty (>f tin; r# DtJi.! 'erjiiod (I i CALLER, FBI DAY, JULY 24, 1808. • ■ lulv 21 —The keen In-! Washington, July 20,-Tbe bond of Austin Tex., j dngtM. July Kwn I rdlal¡ty betwe,n tU«. rnlted States May field of the u. Kuropean ™ „„ ,,r,«,he,,«d -¡tik la the Internationa! con- Mexlco e)eva...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Weekly Caller
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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