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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

ti ÍX - MAYOR LOVENSJOLD llKll AFTElt AS ILLNESS OF SEV- EKAL MONTHS. |ad Resided Hon* for Flfty-twu \ fur*. Whs .Huyor Fourteen Years. TRUCK SHIPMENTS BEGIN NEW PLEASURE RESORT Truck ampútente ara beginnlug in Corpus Christ! In aoon to have an- earnest in Corpus Chrlart, large ship other pleasure report,—another com- menta twins made daily by exprese | mon mooting ground tor visitors and At present these hlpmeuts are prln- ¡ ciüseno alike who are in aearch of > AT nm. Mr Oscar C. Loveuskjold died a rew iilnuteji before •> o'clock this morning ^ the home of his brother, Dr. T. G. jveuakjoid, after u prolonged illnesa. Mr. LovenskjQld leaves a number ui ¡relative to mourn him. lie was rnay- D* of fliis city for nearly fourteen years. He was born in New Orleans November 28, 1850. and came to this ully with his parentB in 1856, residing Here ever since. He was never mar- |ri':'«.t. The funeral will take place from [his brother's home at 4 o'clock tomor- row afternoon. There will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

n .nv^r- . WW® Í?#i0l L DOWN WHILK WOBKIJÍO H HTOHK. OF OLDER RESIDENTS tute Here From Kngland tn 1852- Married uud Became Wealthy In Tli In (.'oiinljr. ^^KL LEAP YEAR BALL M IMPROVEMENTS GREAT SUCCESS OOKPUS 0HBI8TI OALLEB, FRIDAY, I'EBRUARY SI, 1908. LETTER FROM MR. HARMON Mm THE CENSUS QUESTION FREE DELIVEI The machinery at the old plant of tho Corpus Christl Ico and Electric company, located on Water between Lawrence and William street*, 1 be- ing moved to the new plant on the corner of Water and Laguna streets, One of the moat Bucceaaful and bril- liant aoclal events ever Corpus Chrlatl was the leap year bull given la t night at Beaton hail by the maids and matrons cf this city Expense and Uine were not consider- Corpus Chrlatl, Texas, Feb. 14, 08., M ^ liwt meetlng of the city Editor of the Caller, j councU the qUe tlon of taking a cen- Dear Sir: j HUg o( t¡¡c present population of Cor- ¡ 1 wish to aay In connection with ^ ChrlHtJ wav discussed at some A letter was received Du...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

■ í; '• . • ,¡ , " • ■ - • ■ : , '■ , ." KM KhR> ■%. • . y \ ..: ^ — ¿£?>. . r ixoaru cub pakty. Vfar and Valeutiuc AUtalr LaM Mght. ■HiElffiSfS wis through culf portsincrus [d 140 per ceni in ten years e Anonia club (Miss Pearl Craw- ford's olghth grado giriu) gave a leap year and St. Valentine's party to Miss Rhodes' olghth grade boy Friday evening, February 14. The Walton home on South Bluff, where the af- r«j|. yi(t /air wan held, revealed au artistic tlo- ■ ®U' MB ral arrangement, the club's color ,1 yellow uud white, and hearts, being the leading feature of the decorations. Richmond, In Jill- to Shooting Noor Richmond Mm— ,, Texas, Feb, 17.—-Bd The house resounded with music and Thomas, formerly of the Houston the laughter. Of games none were Fire Department was killed Saturday more exciting than the guessing con- j night at Clodlne, and John Hand, ▲. lUTCnCPTCn I HI Tur lllPr>IA !t0St Clv Beckner won the prise for j H. Walpert, J. C. Houslnger and UNA IiNIlKLoIlU IN ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 21 February 1908

. ■*,. • ■■■■ ■: . ■■■■■?>:" •• - rrWw (.«i-•■ «l • J V BTÍBOi ' / '$$8 "«•UAKY 21, 1908 i i 1 ' BEsIKmII HHHHi ;," , "r SI^WJMSWKJ — Investmen TWENTY FIVE (25) PER CENT PROFIT IN ONE YEAR OR LESS , ,®. i PflPl sp • j ■ *f. . •. SLl W:: ; ' | HHP.< | i.-'k E^Pcf^iü o;- '. IPPBwrafii m unit} for the Large or Small Investor to Become Interested In a Proposition whose Success is Assured and where the Profits Are Absolutely Guaranteed. ^01 TAKE MO CHA\CE IBBBBTew' i- Je l am offering the finest black, sandy loam land for sale in 40. 80 and 160 acre tracts. The land is wi| in four (4) miles of the corporate limits of Corpus " Christi and is most advantageously located from topograpical standpoint The nature of the soil is such as to raise the maximum of crops with the minimi of labor and expense. There is no Better Land in Nueces County. I will make the price and terms of purchase so easy, that everybody who wants a piece of land can ford to buy. The price is $37.50 per acre; one h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

HP! ' ' ' ' ' ' '"'i 'I '■■ '' •4v,-v-x- ^ f-' 4; ra ímmf w® «§ fiiwl <m; j .•: .•• " ':\).&.MKñf.-\i•Mv.'?fia1: 'm 'í'W ,i:. /.iw T.vlv.'A. «I: w \s.tf''"''lit,;' 'j&wl&K ' . 1 ft 11 M 1 ' lliltifs® i, sM g J tjME XXV CORPUS 0HRI8TI, i' 1 -V' w f r> i > _____ ■ S' ÍÍED OF ANOTHER PORT ND WHY THE PEOPLE OF THE If STATE SHOULD PUSH IT vliition Which Was Presented by Down* of Temple Was Unan! aiou&ly Adopted by the ((invention. is per- son ven- ver im- r catire thr ab- The address of Presldeat Joe Hirsch of the Corpus Christi Commercial ^Ctub betore the Fourth District Bauk- \ ««' association convention in Corsi- auta last week, is herewith produced. It is good reading, and after reading one readily understands why the banker unanimously adopted the ac- Áeapanying resolution, which was In- troduced b> Uon. P. L. Downs of Tcm- 1 pie, who in introducing the resolution made u rousing speech for Corpus I' Christi. Mr. Downs is one of the most I able men t the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

V mi:n rmm I .... . a, , ,, . r_ • ' - ■ ' , ./.'. '. Ui'--.;uivV;-v^i '- -'W^F -•:*••' ",\s er-; Ky-í. .''¡w/JRa ■<<.; 1 .::' •-.; ' 0h&18ti caller, friday, february 28, 1908. party ary 28, 1908. Kean, New Ded field Proctor, Vermont Henry A. Pn Fail. Delaware .... 1 Jonathan, Bourn o, Jr., Oregon ... Francis 0. NVwlauds, Nevada v*ar t'haun<*«?.v M. l>« pt-w, New York .. George r. Wetmore, Rhode Island 10,000/**' 8,000,0W f,CPi000 6,000,000 6,000.000 £ aQE000 TALKS CORPUS GOV. GUILD FOI SECOND PLACE 1'rMtUflSt Hiraeh oí t li Commercial who attended th< Fourth dif-1 ri« t Club, this railroad, 5,000,000 Morgan G. Bulk ley. Connecticut 8,1)00.000 Levi Atikany, Waahington 3fOÓ0,ÜOO fc . t.oim,Rtlon at Coralcan* |- ^^^^^^^9,000,OOt); ma**™ ' 3,000,000 this week auti ««cttTed the endorse- ment of that body oí Corpus Chrls- Üeorge Ü. Nixon, Nevada W, Murray Crane, Massachusetts Eugene Hale, Maine * ¿4 {1,000,000 , . George 0. Perkins, California 2,OOO.0OO deep watt proje...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

' ■■ 7 ' í . ' ■ .. ¿ÍS1NTIC TUNNEL PIMIIII j will be further mln'.mlsad by the fact that the traína run between double MRS COMPLETION ™™£S= ,iir York. Feb. 24.—The north i great terminal building will be thai „ _ t of the Hudson ft Manhattan arcade. This will be u great rlm ^ ort * Te***- FtíU 24.—See- Corpus Chrlstl, Tex,, Feb. road company, commonly known , enclosed qasaagewav lined with *Ud Managwr T' T' D AadTvV" EdUor of the Caller, ; McAdo tuuneln, r „„ln, S^T. U .X Í ! N*a°M' ^ "* "* •— «- * " lc North River from Hoboken ,h.„ .hi Zo Z, ? """* WhlCl' ^ "" 01 «" "> *• ; «««. « ■"- «* .«. «% zz^z r,?r iui *°,"1' *ui" c,,r"u «■ . (J ,o ti public tomorrow. Thl. ,l,, lr.ble attraction that — ' °°° ** * °°°">*r °' iDt IT0«"0rl« BREEDERS SHOW Fort Worth, Texaa. Feb* 14.—See- mark the completion of the first into It. ean b* put teuJed events to be held In this state pounded to we by said club. . th,< climatic SfiOOOrtoftn , , * 6 thC m08t fttmous t'lia season. He Is sending ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

"v *. i'€i| l«f-K )'« p^s#5iip;s P, iif SfiiH the gentli follows: «alarie —Gregr .j .* salaries—Onzon. Proseut and uot voting—Everhart. Wmmm TO PAY. guve; .y,.. T i Ruthinger. j In view of the inaccuracies charged, and in , to keep the record straight, The Bailer has í the trouble to peruse the minutes first hand. Klcctiuu Schcul lYustee*. ¡ Pursuant to tin order oí the com- missioner ' court made oa the 14th day of February, A. D. 1 £ 08, ami en- tered on the minute of said court, | News was received In Corpus Chris- notice is hereby given chat an election U of the death in Houston Tuesday will be held on the first Satur«.la> en evenluK al C;35 o'clock of Mr. Paul April. 1908, it being the fourth day PAUL STURM Dl 0FFICU1 OF TH® FINANCIAL C0Í OF THE First State Bank of Sturm, the death occurring at the of said month, at the school house in At Corpus Christ!, the close of business on the ] was memhermg a v< II rr* mi „t whtoilTwa decided to nay the torn, of Uo dmwdl mn, J. B. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

HOME WEDDING gax AiUilpii Ernst aud Ml Ro«a jl, Wei ci" were marrl ¡AVE GOOD ■Mi 5 W '7 Fred Weber, the Rev. H. S. jl officiating. The decorations -rtistic, carrying out the colore and white. brldt'smuid was Míbs Erua lleh- . auvl the bear mau was Mr. Chas. triana, Ah the bride and grooui Into the parlor the bridal : wub played on tho phonograph, i bride looked exquisite In her pret- i totuwe oí white silk with Bilk ap- aue trimmings, a pretty bouquet of ¿e'B roses and lilies of the valley, bridesmaid' dress was of white with vullenclennes lace, with a t girdle uud pretty bouquet of pink and carnations. The groom and jnuu were in black. The groom's gift to the bride was handsoiut gold brooch with dla- Dds and pearls. The gift to the rldesmaid was a pretty ring set with als and diamonds. A sumptuous supper was served af- tbe wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest left for San oConio this morning for a few days' after which they go to Boquillos, xas, to make their future homo, ere the ¡rruom is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

I 1 Pf* WEEKLY CORPUS OHEISTI CALLEE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. '■SlliiM; ■" ■ " the last day's session ot the commlBaloners' court of Nuece* county the Judges of electiou for the ensuing two year# were appointed, a county phyBlclan wa* «elected, nud the matter of establishing aud defining the boundaries of school district* was tttken up and established. I was accepted upon deed ¡ transferred to Nueces The county will pay two- BIG DAY JIJOBSTOWIlmis, pjj WlffilAN DEAD WILL MOVE HEAD- HERE THE LAKEIH) On Friday and Saturday, March 6th Jühanimh whelan. wife of of the coot of Bald buUdliU and] there will be a big day ; JUBtlce of p t Whelan. Mr. R. J. Kleberg one-third. Robstown. On the. © days the owner ^ at 6;45 0.cl0ck y^terday even- The matter of the election of school ut th,B uew townxite will open the lng aíter an 0f aeveral months. Mr. R. W. Crapter, representing the and Metal tru tee« In the varlou achool dlatrlcu town with a big lot auction «ale and Mra vvhelan was n ym of ag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

Ti ' : > '' it ' HI f í,l'¥ Kl PPPPWtl prepare a The Commercial Club went on reo- ^ iast night as to the position of ti membership In the matter of pab- le improvements aud In the matter ( taxation to secure tlsa luiprove- by adopting a resolution call- ng upou the city officials ta use due Bligeuoe in seeing to It that the law «QUiriii* the full rendition of foerty bo enforced. The meeting was fairly attended, ilng tho regular monthly meeting, Hid there was much that was Inter- stice transacted. IsPf 85 W instructed , , resolution and g u ^nt00|0i Texan, submit It to the proper authorities #1neer j ^ M(, disposed of sherwin, of the Galveston. Harris- All business being sisted that he could#not hope to be u'! vótTtT^n ^ ** °rJer' Before bur« and San Antonio railroad. ware able to attend the meetings of the In.ui Clb .* WAS Ch&lr" broughl from Nueces. r* h« - — * rat-c*pu,n wwt oi ***- the the mem adjournment requested that all remain and hear what he had to say. members he th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 28 February 1908

WMKLY POETO 0HBI8TI OALLBB, TODAY, FEBRUARY 88. 190b. REDUCED WAGES « CAUSED FOR TRAINMEN SOME HEARTACHES mi Urn l night, the meet- the purpose of il call for the city be held on April 7th purpose of electing a mayor aldermen* two from the first ward, and one each from the second, third, fourth and fifth. After «orne difficulty a quorum was City Secretary Wright, who Is also city assessor, city collector and city treasurer, la a busy man these days, meeting of He 1 getting ready to begm auiioss- ing the property of the city, and It is a huge undertaking owing to the fact that there have been so many transfers during the past year, as well as many improvements. He se- cures the transfers from the records lu the county clerk's office and while that portion of the work is only THE CALLEK 18 ItOAHTED ACWEVEMI CM* . III." Feb. 26.—Trainmen, •> • •>■ ««-. englneors. flremen, conductors, action 'lf Taken to Tank Ikwausc of its Attl- New York, tude Toward Bible. bands in a fratiti Cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

' " ' iff" ; wmmm m ' is fv,^ní -mm " ■'.. :i >ÍÍ 1 "ii ':■.■■■■ > i' ill CORPUS CHRISTI, SURVEY COMPLETED LETIN will be issued in a FEW WEEKS I &.U UaxU for Determining the m.U-r of Fertilizer to Be I'ttctl aud i I"' Crop Adaptable I «oil survey of a portion of Nu- Icouiuy hat lust been completed, "copy" turned in to the United agricultura! department and iilletin covering that portion of ouuty, tt" different character of the character of crops and the ¡tur of fertillaers most suited parten soil, will be Issued [in the I'M lew weeks. «¿rs. A. v Maitgnni and II. L. jpver, au'vtelu/s of liie I uitod L agvifvi. ufa: department, bu- jof soil' ve been at work tnak- Itbc #ur\. - 1 'lit' past three or [monlii a Manguín inl'orm- . Cu He i mi i.uive yesterday I th. > • ted their labore, Kjg in ii • i red mile of tin- beusten. .ui.'i! ol the county |p al if i wenty-two hundmi [sixty k.|miles It,v. and it v I to ii ;i!.• skills map ol the an ¡Me department .was llie remaining por...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

i , , ; "Ply-- i mm, '■ JOBPUS 0 ...... < «íffp1 lífftlt! ..."i'Ü;;:.i ;í.'1 ,s-.- -t \ '< ■ I. 6, 1008. n -ill w CHRISTI CALLER p plft! SíilwB — Published by Caller Publishing Company PISTO! Ill El.. Price employees should not be usked to bear tüe alone. The highest officials should be willing to «> cept salary reduction* uati stockholders should ex- M kj||wj wll,j \ltotlu'r Merlou*l> pwl lens dividends. It in hardly probable that thisj plan ix fallowed very often. but juts I far the sake a! novelty and variety, it would bu refreshing it *tj Heattyviil*, Ky. WtHllltlcd. -John A SALE OF TEN _ THOUSAND STEERS . .. ,._. fewi-r wage reduction \\ ' *•" I c<)uld "be tried i« the approaching contingency- "t (Hamilton and < mau named Bowles t Sau Ant •t it « jn.it.imec,cor >u#cbri«i. t«xüi «*«ocwmí-cUM m u«r ! indeed it materialize . If it were toUowcd, it is pítií j 0eow, jrr&2i«-r while Hicham thoufianil steers - K timt would Ik FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1908. ; programs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

■Ov K*' :^y ® WtMCLY CORPUS OHRISTI CALLER, íw B ffift'lit1 ' iflfflSfflft'f '• ':' '-¡V- VAr;■' ;:Í • ■ mmsm TEXAS INDE PENOENCE DAY Seventy-two yea ra tugo today thy THE CHIEF'SJON SHOT Chicago, IU„ March ¡Í.-Uany Shin- i |>y, th® nineteen-year-old sua of CU «f of Police Shlppy, received two bullet r. . In the bod}', and Jame Foley, the i Declaration of independence of the He- „K1.#, . . ; n„Mta , „ . ch,#f 8 driver, vu «hot In the breast _ public ut Texas was «Igned and the' ... . this morning In au encounter in which IUST BUILD UP NEUCES mother gross country road WILL KILL THIS CITY representatives of the 40,000 white people then within its confines boldlv Had I lie Sl< {) Mee Taken Year* At? This W(iiild Now lie One of (¿real- c1 Seaports in Cuu it try "Tin* l""'¡ u-' °r Corpus Cbriutl had |¡0ter "i busy. If they sit down IlIRe they did in 1875 there 1b going |to be another railroad built around jtht city to ¡mother seaport or another cross country road and this city will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

Wm mWMP v:® ■M WW"? ' WKKKKBm i>..Viiflf, 4 ■H WEEKLY CORPUS CHRISTI CALLEE, F mm ———— m CTI fATTEH? m^ntH in it* facilities and service u« may bt Jll lALLuV man4«d by the b«d mterost* of the peopk >ubli*h$d by \r Publishing Company -1.,....—- ~ ■ wjr lub.orlpt.on Prlo. $8.00 For V..r AY, MARCH 6, .1908. DOCTORS FIXED THE NOONDAY SERVICES BEGIN GAS FRANCHH TWIT* ' ■> .a'S|yS^M'«.l ■!■■! '■] ml value, of the fowl FRIDAY, g —1- tOM 6, 1908. ííer ; is the other sitio of the story. I'p in Ni w I York railroads art* merely a* commodity to be bought and sold, colateral to be tilted us a basis Í for the freu«ed financing of all kinds of speculative ^ ft wol¡ att«ijclec) meeting of the Étoek «re watered and bond arc laatted.! a,w,i„iv h< i<i 1 uiiiu ,#M gth the real value of the road is inflated j Nueces County Mod I cal Society held _ I to three or "four times its actual worth. And then m the Commercial C luh quaiters I... • aBk|n|# h,H help am, ritrcll..-,h „. the owners «I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

W, WEEKLY CORPUS 0HRI8TI OALLEB, YON MEN GOT BOOKLEI ON Minus 1 EVEN LAST NIGHT T" '•ailand B. Miller iviurut"4 tit biabóme at Kaiíurmií yesterjU^ It- i PERSONAL MENTION. jptri H At nit>n of ^ K«eK, t* ter 8l,ea<Hn>? wvBial day Ueiv looking hero tminv 3,-atuu hall labt ulsht the young , ÜR> I after business iute of boiilbwtist Ttíxah of Houston la house a' city who were the favored | the maids aud matrona of t!l,. society .-¡ft at the brilliant leap year ball on St. Valentine's day, 'got evi'¡'' with the Indies by tendering tUeui a return dance. It wan a spleu- did affair and while it. did not, of course, approach the flrst named event in point" of the spectacular, it was hugely enjoyed by the forty or more couples present. Many of the red hearts which decorated the hall oil St. Valentines day were still in evidence and served to remind the merrymakers of that never-to-be-for- gotten occasion. The dancing began shortly after 9 o'clock, being prefaced by a grand march par...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

'fejpi* áPlÉtlS mm ?M^k::<- ywt.i y WEEKLY OOKPÜS 0HEI8TX CALLEE, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1908 VTTEM) iiA.NI> Stli. THE NOAKE CI WILLSOONI Member of Mérrima Family ■« to ■ n i |t| CMnADOCn A m>K of boys n,ade * r8ld 'he iiiduiif ' 1'tHiiij. AiiAini riiiiivii^rii °u®rant®®sh<H' *um aH(i °u the *** tabH hra«|lt oí L H. ClarkBon, w cur-j Al<,K(trtj g, t Merrltuau ui The Cull- xhe canea or the helrsil San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 2 .—Inter-1 president Joe Hlrsch of the Com-. tag a few brushes at ti latter place ef TUtt8 E Mérrima . a cousin, who xoake*. deceased, against urban development in Southwest Tex-j uierclul Club baa received a letter and carrying out thirty-live dollars j n,.|#|0|t conn., and Henry St[ltC8 government, which us Is about to be begun by the build- • from Hon. P. L. Downs, cashier of worth or shoes from tire shoe store. Merr,imiI| atone, of Denver, went down ,,endlng for a number of ing oí m electric railway through the the FltHaUonal bank al Temple. Mr. Wugsta...

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

* 3'-' ' ;V*' q aa -MB W1 ' ill BRINGS SUCCESS MTl WflM THE OfflCE JDINJS J(j[ W^hU^-to . O C.. Feb. 2tí.- -Di- ■rslflcation of crops Is the secret of . ..si'ul funning- aoccrding to the situ; of Farm Management of the Vt gU>" :PlV San Amonio, Texas, Feb. 28.—R«fUs-1 al of voters pf Texas to raim, tlu. salary of member of the stale tog*, , tature coupled with the abolitiou <>r < tv< passes has CttUMd a dearth of AT F ALFURRIAS eat Service. candidates for that office in thli soc- «-.artnient of Agricultura, and prae-v '!i' ,,av ut *s 8 tla-v íor «l*ty tiMii demonstration in various aer- fwNo*ed b> $2 a day for the 0f the South had proven the ruKt °f l*le sessi°n, will hardly oaver tlu living expense at Austin. and Laud which is persistently planted V,u" railroiul tr'l>s home to look af- ci op from year to year grad-1 *er business affair must be taken. rt'!"'-v il< work. ally but surely deteriorates. There ,h® le«W*tlve becomes m ex- AboHt 1000 acr** of waterme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 6 March 1908

WEEKLY CORPUS CHRISTI CALLEE, FBIDAY, MARCH 6. 1908- HRIobríapJHH m yjHTf;, v morning IS were to have kept a log of the well fow other rotula have already adopt ! Buffaol, N V" Maici but If they did they did not allow the „d the B>.Bte„, commissioner* throughout the conn ry owners of the property to nee it. They |<|,(, ¡aw limits the hour* of service huve Joined with the "old line' t:om" finally abandoned the projeotand left of ttjj classes of train operativo , par-. ,mne« lu waging ft concerted warfare Some time later parti appeared lit t|<!u|ttriy locomotive engineer and ojj (h(( ,rHU>mu¡ insurance hodlea and the vicinity trying to parchase prop-, ñrt)tmu, train dispatcher. railway J _ ^ fraternal ystem of Inátirance | opiment have deserved and should have This 1 the usual history of the de- 0„erftt<>r . velopment of all oil fields. Whether ^ Many objection to the new law verse hill* prepared by commissioners the driller found oil or not is "ot¡j,ttye been filed ...

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