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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

if' . f ^ l ■ .-I' ■■>.■:-, V0 v.^;^ ' ¡fe ' " i "'1 v ■ ;■■<.;■. - •': 2gaP|^. ¿iütó! rillfllliw^',Mfffflr ; " I Vi, ' "*! 8l >-,UMK XXV. = "" • . "Km j •' MSWZM IIG Hi) FARM NE DO HNS OFF S10 ¡T NSfl LINES I CAMPBELL DECLARED W11.L SUCCEED CL'KHLXtt IN LOUIS* UNA. ELF LAST NIGHT. lit lis AND BtarilHI RIDDICK DENIALS WERE VIGOROUS £ S IN istchell DEM'li - (Intel labor Want* lo Elect I O® cor* Known to Iks «r tafcfer. Become Property of the; Peter* of Maintenance of Way W ill Sur- ' V i 11 Eniplby 800 Con- m*l Him-Iteran Houston PITV PAIIHIPII AM Till "ül itlIY (jUUINtiL Un !ul inM *—"1 ^ i'XUB, Fob. 5,—Nogotw- San Antonio, Texas, Feb. ¡i.—De-: e purchase of the Cun- spite recent positive denials, Vico- j jar plantation by the President and General Manager; >een declared off lndofl-1 Uobbs uf the San Antonio and Aran- ILAIED PLANS FOR CLEANING UP CITY í i se of the failure of the aas Pubb Indianapolis, Fob. 0. John i el today stated that he • movement of the miners to an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

,Y CORPUS CALLEE, fiP'f í, FEBRUARY 7, 1W& |f|ti Mi .. - -f ——— Frio Published by r Publishing Company $2.00 P9r Ywr we not in this cuinp8ri#on something worthy of meditation? We of the South do not lack for good laws. We have good laws galore. But how about enforcement! The trouble i that wo are too much given TEXAS TO BUCK THESUCARTRUST TOM LAWSON BET ON ROOSEVELT ~ ... , Roeton Feb. 1.—Tow Lawson to-: San Antonio. Tonas, Jan. Jl. ( * «too anr> buck the «ugar [¡jay tuad* H water oí fi° t•*>«! 81® —??rr.;- . w i ,, „ i ,. • 1 Man Aniwu ft ■"i>'"" Ian Jl. r chr ii t««. ' preaching and too little given to practising. W« «0;TeJC#J5 ,ft ^paring to ■ ¡jft - , lHWM. W(i nce,j the enforcement of thelawslcuh by going into the «rowi K «'against |77,oo« that Rooaevolt wll ....... „„ «!■ i ut> i kmim ' . hukht cane ami refining of «ligar on' . ,¡,¡r(| term nomination and. HU1>A1. EEBRlAlt , — l-wto already have. Take our own cane tor exampK' |arg„ The Ponltenttary . « ected...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

- ■ . 1 : >■ ■ • ■ ■ -.v ■ ! . wfflW frntmt P" - * 'V 'SR®1 " OMPLETE LIST Both the county tax collector and Hit city tax collector kept their of- lcv.~ open until 12 o'clock last night, I here being caller until the clock sary for him to secure an exemption legal age and that he was not oí le- certlflcate before the expiration of gal age on Jan. I and he is entitled Jan. 31. This lit not correct. In cities of 10,000 population or over hinted the fatal hour, after which it Is necessary to secure an exemp- tion certificate before the expiration of the last clay of January, but In towns of less than 10,000 no ex- emption certificate is necessary. All that Is required Is that the voter when he goes to the polls certify that he Is entitled to the exemption. one could secure a certificate of bltizeiuhip without which no man buy enjoy the privilege of voting |;i amy election unless he be exempt. The total number of receipts la- mud the county was 15oil, while [he total number Issued by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

- * learn what th«y u Bill from Cinnomon " or something and everything t:„- J.aájLl «IlL by 111 ; 1 Every knowledge; the import- PERSONAL MENTION. —— IOWA VISITOR IS PROPECTING Ha* Bee and in Smithwe«t Tex** Moiue Time Luokliiif. Ik Ukoly that he will menta here and come 1 the winter months Collector Jumes. J. Haynea j Dr. HalnaH arrived Ia*>t night from A little they tell kamlo. NEW OFFICERS Wl . ftOONr * >r al,t thing is how to get it. ■^pu«chr¡*u. V«*m. * c«mdel* * rniiii* Jg knowledge a good thing V ■" - „s is daogeroufl. If a little is dangerous, should it; ■ tUABY 7, ! 08. nüt f0n0M that more ib more dangerous t .«nm«i,0AT*DVftnffiTTflN ' What is the chief end of knowledge? It is sup-j Mrg Wm> liJwio returned home AND THE BALAKY yuMAivn. Ij t0 make pcople happier by making them bet-ila!jt nigW froH1 „ three weeks visit • 4 4""u" of life? ¡with relatives In Laredo. of San W. W. Jones left Monday even- inng for Heevllle to attend the bed- j ing «OBJ® time «id© of a wick...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

íi^lf * HUM I II f i ir S. D. ale and * -á V) ■v o HRY 7XND GRHIN. mmm Retail Groceries, 'RING BEGAN SUNDAY The "ground hog" came out of his 1)<- In the grouud Sunday, and not Bing hit shadow, remained out ilch, according to an old tradition, an Indication that spring Is h*-u. | There Is a difference of opinion re- cling ground hog day, the people some localities holding thar the [tie borrower of the earth coiucs out his hole on February 2, «hile (ose of other localities claim that makes his flret appearance on kbruary 14, St. Valentine's day. Au- jot-itles on the subject have adopUxi ibruary 2. j The old tradition is that if the found hog sees his shadow on the ky he flsst comes from thi groui.d [•in other words, if the Bun shines him—he goes back Into his hole ^1 remains for another six weeks, id that six weeks will elapse before Inter Is at an end If he does not ills shadow he remains out and ^ring practically begins. The sun did not shine in this sec- >n of the state yeste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

, >•-, •-/.jif-vrv#*.^*1' • *14<• *• v**•« J* BÜI asnhllv FIFTY of Corpus Chrlstl PUnlag '"«sswrK1"' g mude In the Corpus i achool* during the oniu of December, 1907, according to Superintendent Crosaley. Is very aarai'tdeaslug to partons. teacher and pu- MEN nil alike It Is. nu doubt, a better «bowing'than that oí any school or in thin [«art of the country «....«« FBI VAT. FEBlt'ARI :, Mte. i BORDEN ARE HKE FOR IK CENSUS Of DIEDlAN. 3lll|l JOLLY «■■■ WINDS DID NOT D4 Mr. M A. Muiipta, farmer living si* mile® pus Cbri.ati, was tn tfe > eral hour* today uhjtVg seen by a represent un e I- li'-M.i,-'* n*iiv There was «pedal meeting of -prospects are ve-v HAD LIVED IN SAX PATRICIO COl'N- from Jeraeyvllle. 111.. lh<> board of directors of t^ Com- ,arge crop 0f truck It T¥ FIFTY VEAKS. ±W/J£pu" Christ! Tuesday merolol Club yesterday •^«oon: Corpus Chrlstl this > ear,'' a'.1 \ ui'd i- «topping at the Btate lurÍMK wliich the question of t.iK Maupln The eifect of one the el...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

■ " w&ái ¡nds Special Message to Congress Today in Which He Flays Unscrupuloi honest Men Most Unmercifully—Emphatically Denies Responsi Administration in Financial Stringency. §#>!, J I m -¿m \ { mmMM wis United PreBB. ¡Washington, Jan. 31.—The presi- Int's special message 'j congress In submitted tiJe morning. It is pgthy. and altogether characteris- The recent decision of the Unit- States supreme court in declaring employes' liability law unconsti- ítional is dealt with at length and |<> president recommend that con- less immediately re-enact this law |d that attention be paid to those mses held be unconstitutional. also advocates the enactment of [law providing for the compensation government employes who sus- i¡i personal Injuries while in the iploy of the feovernmert. and juches upon the question ut. injunc- )ns in labor cases, stating that the iw should be so cured that the buses should be minimized. [Touching upon the regulation of Irporatlons in «eneral and rnil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 7 February 1908

inili ' LULING. raían. « linne iVORl FEDERAL 1 CONTROL G0L0ERS0N IS WRATHY _ --IIB_im ¡ Two Men, an Innocent Bystand- Gary of Unitod Steel Coincides LAST SATURDAY AFTERNOON. or, Were Killed. m President. Poured Some Hot Shot Into Today's Receipts m PWSi ■a j* jftjlj F?</ :■ Mi; PHYSICIANS FEAR FOR THE SANITY OF QUEEN AMEL- IA WHO HAS NOT LEFT BODIES OF HUSBAND AND SON SINCE SATURDAY. isjthe continual discovery of now dapos- and bombs. pfil3 Lisbon, Feb. 4.—AU Portugal In an uproar today as u result of the {its of arm aswiH.Hltiatkjii last Saturday afternoon THE AHH \8SINAT ION'S, at of King Carlos and: A great throng wa« grouped about Crown PrliH- Lull Philippe. The ¡the Harriero railroad Biatlon and the deed wa* committed while the mem- neighing «troetn whoa the mem- ber of the royal family wore on their Ibers of tin- royal family disembarked way to the palace. a band of r:\;' for tin- purpo*- of driving acroas the rides firing two Hhott Two of them Taita In reaching the actual ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

IH.*•I , jífíífflp w <*" ... '.'ifi v n ■ jmü xy I CORPUS OH&ISTI, TEXAS, FRIDAY, 11 1908. IMPORTANCE OF BARGE WA yni r GOOD SIDEWALKS IMDIANA PROPERTY OWNER HAS WAS EN KOTTE TO AHANSAS PASS SOM ETHINO TO SAY. FHOMLOIISANA v s oslpts and Quota- Farmers Dislike Action in Seil- tions at Fort Worth, ing Their Cotton HE MAKES SUGGESTIONS WON'T DELAY OPERATIONS Says That Property OwtMHi Should be Mr. W. E. Wade, Captain of the Tugr Forced to Construct Sidewalks and Clarke, Arrived llere Today to Street l*avlii(r In City. ! See HIh Mother. CLAI WA: i m ,4w I W >!• !i h.HVV, tv ¡Uta ,i & y is toliv li eatC- f te«t -her «"*■ . |c' or I'H J ■ C( J. h [■■! J' í'f-i'oí ' price- EVxaa, pel). 13,—The naius fi it:, the total being 2coo There lange in prices over i notation for today | ■ceipts ¿500. celpts 000. i es f;5.no to $4.50. receipts 1200. irlees $2.35 to $3.30. ¡ s 4 00. top $4.00. ¡ 500. .55. Dallas, Texas, Feb. 13.- Serious tronido is brewing between the offi- cials of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

" «GK ■B 00R MaNral 1 H i jm TT.«n FRIDAY, rEBHÜAKY 14, 1908 BRffláffll ■ CHRISTI CALLER Published by r Publishing Company f&.OOPer Y Mr i nc l J-cU i outtttr )AYrFBBEüÁEYli 1908. YOUR MAP A Um® nel North and South railroad* now Antonio or looking tbi* way will seek a there, but u *w lines wdl develop. J it i has Juki Of one proposed road, the Panhandle Short Line, printing press and another Mergen- President Ross writes from Hereford, Deaf Smith ,haU;. unot.vp<- machine With the County, to the Manufacturar*' Record. This pro- a<witloa üt atlolilvr type setting ma- pped road ha b«en little h^fd;_ui_h,^;i,au;,i chine- the Increasing demands of a growing daily newtpapar can be met President Ross, starts at while with the new up-to-date print- BOUGHT NEW MACHINERY GOOD RAIN FELL Bfii nr SAN DIEGO eban only the | in 8au „ „ „Ilt¡,.t The Caller Installed a new Baboock Publishing company j though it appears that the preliminary work is ad aneed. The lina, according to We have fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

MRS. M. L CALDWELL pro' ATJENAVIDES Benavldes, Texas, Feb. 8.—The con- Itrovt rsy !u court over the appolnt- imeur of a receiver to take charge of [ttome of the oil property at this place [has caused quite a commotion here, [judge A. Seellgson of the 87th Judi- cial district, of San Antoulo, Texas, [at the request and application of the [heirs of John D. Cleary, admlnistra- [iors and owners of the laud, in Jun- juary last appointed J. 8. McNatnara [receiver. Lucy Law son hole No. 1 is giving at (present about twenty barrels of oil every twenty-four hours. The Law- sou & Cléary No. 1 Is at a standstill and will remain so until the receiver can place the ncccsaarj new machin- ery on the ground. parties are roday clearing oft and preparing ground for another well that Mr. McNanuiru will immediately Hi to drill. He will have a cou- standard rigs on the field as a: they can be freighted from on; also two cars of lumber for ig derricks and an office have irdered. Jordan Campbell well ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

; ■, " *■$,' ' '• ' ''.íí*' V; M/ *.. • ' • 1 p 1 :■ >\rt • v :,v«imL¡ Wippvff ES introdi g resolution m. / * n Garner in re ic Board of Di- has UB, FRIDAY, WiBEOASY 14,1908. WIU. ESIABUSH I , JPH CATHOLIC COLONY TABLE LETTER Editor C&HHj Dear Sir: 1 of the city Mr. Jame I. Toner of Kaukauna luired to recen jurderor in in this city recent- i, Bishop of the Dio- scopal Church made lent: "If this Nation of ours the rock on which it is going to c of reverence for law ." ■ jjo documentary evidence is re- ance of the Bishop's prophesy. A ■ remarked that it is safer to be a i country than araüroftdbrakemJüi be- i the death rate abong murderers is lower. Thii startling comparison was doubtless drawn to em- phasise the dangers of railroading in this country ^ where more than teu thousand lives were lost in rail- ^eet(j th), growtb nn< road accidents last wear, but does it not also em- k«-J¿ews 0f the post ol phasijse something else! Is it not a disgraceful comentary upon the lack ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

, ft ■ 'iv 1. . , 'ESflí- . «> V.../.';:.v 8 ,v, IfW^ W*S MM i'ffwt ..' * „ LOCAL R. R. TIME TABLE. San Antonio ft . p. m. 1:10 p. m. -1:40 p. m. "Sap's Daw Crockett, Jr." Leaves Corpus Christ), daily.. .7:00 p. m. Arrives Corpus Christi, daily. .9:10 a. m. St. louis, brown8v1lu5 ft MEXICO. (Texas-Mexican Depot.) Leaven Corpus Christi daily for Robs- town and all pointsnorthAat 10:10a. ra., Leaves Arrives Corpus Arrives San Antonio, Leaves San Antonio, daily. COWU W U an yWUIWHVI Vil, «V *V.4V . IH. and for Robstown and all points south, at 2:50 ?. ra. Arrives in Corpus Christi daily from Robstown and all points south at 12:20 p. m., and from Robs town and points north at 5 p. ra. Train leaves Brownsville at 6:30 a. ra. and arrives at Houston at 9 p. m.; leaves Houston at 6:30 a. m. and arrives at Brownsville at 9:26 p. m. Texas-Mexican Railway. Leaves Corpus Christi, daily. ..7:80 a. m. Arrives Corpus Christi, daily. .5:36 p. m. Leaves Laredo, daily 9:00 a.m. Arrives Laredo, dai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

i "fc • ,v"V: tm'tm 111 llátV WEEKLY C0BPU8 ffiT-T-int, FRIDAY, FBBEUAKY 14, 1908 silM §11 n COMPAX* OCCT- 1>|EM ESVUBLE POSITION. fit —.jgmM Pays. I us ton. Minn has since become famous as an inventor, ir was he who invented the shoe to go on the; brake beam, and he has inr-utwi many other appliances now exten- j siveiy used by railroad . Mr. Fulton has the miniature engine yet. The piston Is a large copper 1-cent piece of the issue of 1851. Thi« piece of rnpp 16 f.HB CTI THEY FLOCK TO THE WELL WILL BRING PEOPLE HERE jKf jyoFomp that Mr. Fulton has been all down the line aud that ho is a thorough 'Y«* wn send cisterns to the El mechanic. , . r His son who is with the plant here Paso country," stated . ir. ' c* |,, machinist. They have Fulton ot the Corpus CBUrfi^|j|P*ar > machine «hojS> In connection with facturing company to a Caller repre-j th«* plant ai Mr. J. T. Murphy, a prominent citi- zen of Superior, Wis., accompanied by his family. Is in the city, registered at th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

UK í'Wj .. mm * 4 ; H ION OF Tilt STORY fflf FALL MILI TJRY MANELIRERS ; HEARD FALSE «ducatlou committee of tlie Wo- Muutlny club la preparing to IP the l ?nefltu to bo derived (root I, oi ilie short story In education liiiiitv. '¡'h« qui'Htiou Will be agtUly discussed nt u meeting of mollis .'¡ml other Interested In |bject at the High school bulld- exi Saturday. eral articles on the subject have j>¡. i'ared for publication by the - of the education committee irtli appear In The Caller during iext few days. . first of these articles follows: }he development of the Individual In ¡i time when the mind can [■stand the truth when conveyed ry. chief function of the story in it ion in not to impart facts, nor Ktil "Irinents of culture,£101- to [late the fancy. These are im- yt emis ro attain, but above these portance tliure should be the pur- to build character and to make itribute to strength, withthu cul- rce practical questions are at suggi --ted: First, What stories }<1 be selec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 14 February 1908

JIpíS" ft" <' i i 11 w¡ ■ WKK&fff ■" SSí«íí 5Sl#$tyí®!M ' • , mmmb CORPUS — IP$¿2 ¿ Xli - n ft 4 ,) H ,| 1|Í CITY WBDNIttBAY Bride and (i room I^-ft Laat Nltrbt for Houston «mi Other Tesa* CUIfN. One ot th« prettleat wedding «ver vltn^rtHtítf iu Corpus Chrlati wat. solemnized yesterday afternoon at the Pint Presbyterian church in thlw city, when Mr. Edgar M. Leary ot IGLISH COURT ■ IS IN JONB IN COURT * raBRUARY 14' 1&08 SENATOR RAYNOR RESOLUTIONS OF ON THE WARPATH THEIR RESPECT K'Wñ THE COTTON II -Rocont event* Dallas, Texas, Feb, 13,. aa Commercial Club i« ceipt of advices indicate , . . „M convention of the South* WMIUU... D. 0.. Feb. 12.-1,. The following /«"'«U " «' r™" AtfOCl.tit.. lr. this city of the Al- pect to the late Judge S. G. IJotdeii wm hA n riw,npil London, Feb. 13.—IVITII rHIRf, BAI) a heated denunciation of the Al- pect to me ime • wiu be a record breaking have ooaMaad to throw a pall of ONE <«JLÍÍLVÍ.ÍL, ,lru-l. hanking bill today, Senator were pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

«y ^|« M 1 ' ; Bi í ■: i1 Wi ' p-: :" '■ .;t '•'i'1 11 \ 11''>« <;/-■' : pv 0/ ii fe ',1 " ||g '' 'V-';' ■ * j¡ ¡ LMfi f " (ÍLUME XXV. CORPUS OHSJSTI, RICH IN THIS COUNTY "COMMISSIONERS COURT MET iSULTS FOR TEN YEARS AVERAGE OF $50 NET TO THE ACRE lis Includes all Crops uutl Work of All Farmers ••■ Good Farmer* Made $100 lo Acre. a in an cau borrow money at 10 cent, stand two failures and conic lit on top and make money on his tlnl Crop." ['I he above statement was made to a Iti¡'-i representative yesterday by a pm ¡ornan who han been truck fann- in in thin county for the past twenty- F IfVftu years. He then qualified bis [¡(ternoat by saying that there had ever been a year in all the twenty- live n years that, he had failed to make [toiu-y. In other words, that he had •vi r experienced a total crop failure jhrifig- all those years. ( apt. W. A. Pitch, that enthusiastic ■titleinau who made a fortune in the |ntel liuslness in t'bis city, and who ¡t to within a few months ago co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

WEEKLY OOBPUS 0HRI8TI CALLER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1008. RHilliÉ Likewise we often hear the remark,."Well, the BUSY WEEK Y CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER ¡ \,i tiTiH «eotiou «re unquestionably rich ami Publithed by very productive, but they're not any better than; The Caller Publishing Company • the atrong black ami oi the prairie* of the Mnklb ¡ lhe caiier ruviiMnjni? vewp J w . 00(. tJ|(, anuvial of me MwBiHKippi valley. $2.00 Per Year While we are not willing to admit that sueh a Kulio.I ut ll>« Doktottca, Corpus OUrihli. Tex* . (Bt <KKmil-cla aMU«i position W tenable, let US ttStjlUlie, jUSt tof ajgUtllontsj | B ****•■• .= ^ |j,(,re Hrt, JuikIh ill scores oí other loeuli-: Ta ft. will have a busy week of cam- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908. ! ties lit the United States which are just as fertile a* imlj?uiI!g beginning today in New - " ! Corpus Chriwti country landN, ranuland where he will contest with BÜ81NEM MEN WANTED. Then come* the question, what makesland vulu _ _ power •ub-.tptlon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

O , v ■ •. ■ . . ■ WEEKLY CORPUS CHEISTI CALLES, JISTICE IN PHILIPPINES. FEBRUARY 21, 1900. luo J. F. Cooper oí Fort Worth Vis- Jl«tl lu the City. THE BATTLESHIPS ¡"billy- adams is dead t. h. dreyerdiedsünday pttdSe J. F. Cooper of Fort Worth, ¡ Llma_ Peru~^ ¡K of the best known Jurists «.a country, after spending a couple days In Corpus Chtrsti, went down NEAR CALLAO The following notice of the death ¡ Mr. Theodore Harrnau Dreyer died of a gentleman welt knowu to the old- at the residence of Mr. August Uehlin- 17. Elaborate ** rt'8,d<,nt8 ot CorPUA Chrisd appear- ger in this city Suuday morulng at 2 preparations haw been made by the th° !jtred° T,nie" OÍ 8*1" °"°,ock ttfter Un,ÍS | government officials of Feru and the UrJay: ' Mr" Dr®>er Wtt8 61 >'®arB of *8 ! citizens of Callao and Lima for the Th° death of WillUm H- AdamB nd * • native of Corpus Chrlstl. Í Kiugsvllle Sunday, where he has entertainment, of the officers and Ut his h0m* ttt 3:40 °'ck)ck tkls ,nor"- H® WM we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

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