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The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, January 09, 1902, Image 4

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Hr First Year
in the Dra< business In Waxabachi» baa been » very sncceM
fnl one—in feet far beyond onr expectation·. vve do not
claim «11 the credit, though, for it vus your patronage that
really did the business. We merely worked hard to m»k«
true a good store, and did all in oar power to give entire 2
satisfaction. 5
g Our Prescription Dep'm't 3
(Onr greatest pride) is in charge of a graduate of one of the · 3
best colleger of Pharmacy in tbi-j coniitrv. and he in thor- <*
ougbly trained and experienced in the hnndling cf nudicine». "J
No matter who write" your prescription or on whose blank it
is written, it will be fllûd «-xactly as it ι-hould be In e^ery «
other department of this store we art· prep#f«d to nive ex- ™
ceptionul service, and if yon are not already on our list of %
SATISFIED PATRONS, we w nt jon to give us a ehare of e<
your business this year. 2
With beet wishes fora happy and prosperous Ν <w Year, we 3
are jours for Progressive Pharmacy, ej
HOOD & MARTIN:
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Prescription Druggists Phone 34 ·
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Goods we haven't all sizes in all of the kinds, but -f»
we have vour size in some of the kinds, and this
means that you can occupy one out of <1! -> ♦
three lots of Five Dollar Shoes for ♦
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There are Three Lots $
Vici, Velour Calf, and enamel Shoes, reduced from #
$ς.οο to Three Dollars and Eighty-Five Cents. ♦
Crow Brothers *
J 7he foot Fitters ?
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CITY PROPERTY
Sale
Good £-room hcnee on McLean
street .T^èry aeki house, *ljadv
yard and near business C^Efi
center. Price — C>l JU
One 5-room house on Ferris ave.
Thie is very conveniently located
as to business, university and
public school. For a short time
we can offer for the CQCf|
low price of vUUU
One very desirable lot on Vick
ery street with room enough for
f ρ"0»'"'"1'8·: $550
A very desirable modern cot
tage, with 6 rooms and hall,
fronting car line on West Main
street. A real good barn and
outbuilding?, plenty ΟΟΠΠΠ
of water, a bargain at wJuUU
A good 4-room hones on Ferris
ave , lot 70*160; a neat cottage
ScV1" "*1" $1000
One neat 4-rooni house on North
College β'. R omy lot, lasting
tfr. oris nui! shed. Α 07ΚΠ
bargain a wIvU
One good 4 room bouse on Kauf
man st., large corner lot, city
vater and a bargain $1150
A nice 6 room modem cottage,
4J>£ acre* of land, near college.
Plenty of water, good barn and
outbuildings. Terme ÇOOCH
easy. Price φ/ZûU
One lot 200x400 feet, in \ mile of
university, beautiiully located
with east tront, ov^rlook'ng the
entire town. This is one ot the
finest building sites in the λ .ein
lty of the university. Very J
cheap and easy terms. a
One 5-room house on Brown st., ®
lot 100x400 feet, 425-barrel cis- β
tern, crib and stock PQCft «ν
slud. Price vOUU
Texms: S150 casn, 7 years on M
balance if desired, oi
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Will A MalcoIm&Co
OFFICE SECOND FLOOR ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING
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First claf-s work al
prices that will pelase
Short Item* <t litemt Φη«κ4 fcy tie
Llfbt tfuwler,
W. À. DfPiieet moved In yrsterday
from Red Oak and will live oo Vsck
ery street.
I Tat Collector BilHe Bratc 1er ie (Of
fering with a sore fun. caused by a
I cow stepping ea It.
Μ'β Edwards and little daugher
from Giles couuty are visitiug ber
daughter, Mrs. W. L. Bass.
Mr. W. A. Mucgr-ve», who has been
Buttoriiig several da>« wita rtieum
atiera, Mas able tu be on tue sired
ι tod*>.
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V» ork is progiessiag rapidly on B.
R. Alufftt'o new ouildmg aud wiitu
! iv m.uleltd it wnl b<3 a vary iiaod* jiu«
I eirutture.
Dr. J. C. cearf, who practiced med
I ieioe in Hilisouru tweuty tive jear*
I tt^u, Was Callr.d tneie 1 uutsuuy night
i to ace au old patient.
The missionary totiety of the Cam
Dei land Prenb} tertan ctiurch λ ill
mott with Aire. He.Wod ton» ,iruw at
ternoou at 3 o'clock.
ι Mr. T. A. Edwards, who has been
sick several tiny?, w«s rep ji ted eoiue
I belter this morning, bac he is not yet
! able to leave hie bed.
Mr. J. D. Mmkwy who was with T.
J. McDade duiii g the (.ast ytar, but
accepted a j-o-wUji) with the giooery
houej of W. J. Hamilton.
ι Mie» Pearl McVeigh of Arlington is
I the gue«t ot Mrs. Arctie Thompson,
in Billiard Heights, Mrs. Thompson
j and Miss McViigh attended scuool^at
; the same time at Lcbuuoa, Teun.
Tex Collector Billie Bratcher *»v«
collectons have been fair'y g od
tbl· week. Monday he sold 93,700
worth of receipt* and Tuesday the
amount of collections was ajmething
over *3,900.
J. E. Webb, a good cit'zssn w ο
lived for several years between B->
Crtek and Files, was here yestertl*>
and had hie paper changed to Purdo .
Navarro county, where he has bon^ ι
a large farm.
I
Wallace, Grizzle Λ Co. h<ive places
an ad In the Dtlly Llg it. Thi is a
new Arm of up-to-daie grocer>men,
oecupyli g the builûiug recently va
cated by J. Lee Penn. Read th ir ad
and see them for groceries.
Messers. Bob Kenned?, J >hn C.
Kennedy, Ralph OeUendaier and
Rufe Bjnum, who have been djwn on
Trinity rîver on a hunting exo-idltlon,
returned bonus yesterday evening,
j They report htylng a pleasu.t and
successful tiip
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Mr. J. D. Doss ha» sold the Bank
saloon to Mr. C. H. Yatee at Mexia
The transfer of the stock and fixtures
has been made and Mr. Yates is now
in charge. He will move hie family
to Waxahachie as soon as he oan se
cure a house
J. E. dole, who bas 'ived on the J.
H. Moffett farm near Sterrett for sev.
eral yearn, bas soli his lease on that
place and will move to Oooke couotv
Mr. Cole is a pood citizen and progres
sive farmer and we wish nlm abun
dant success in hi» new homs.
j Virge Davis, one of the most suc
cessful farmers and stock raisers in
Ellis county, arïd who owns a flue
farm on R*»d Oak creek, returned yes
terday from Cl ildress ci aity where
he had shipped two car loads of his
thoroughbred Dnrham cattle. H e
left them with a rancher to pastore on
the eh"res.
Read our advertisements.
J. Ike Είΐβοη «u Ια M Mord
Ο. W. Harnett of Italy was in the
city today.
E. L. Matthews returned to Waco
!a»t tiltfht.
Bob Dearing, of HiHaborr, *u in
the onj yeeterday.
Lee hawkine and Joe P. Cooper
were In Italy today.
J. P. McL?nd >n h%a returned frcm
a trip 10 Oklahoma.
Dr. Bacon Sau'niere returned to
Fort IVorih thla morning.
Miets Knight of Enni«, wh > baa been
visiting Mre. T. G Benge, returned
home this morning.
Rtv. Horace Bishop went to Waco ι
Ian ni^ht to attend the met ting of the
et'ite mieeion board
Α. Κ Atkins jp, civleion p*atenger ;
and (relent agent of u.e Central, was
h» re tcday froru Corekana.
Uol U. R Olbaon was a passenger to
tlie noitn ttiii morning in ttie inter-1
est of the Texas Odd Fellow
D. Egger, S. Ε gielllto, 1" m Hmith
and A. Quaite we.e amoi g the paa
sengeie to Dallas thin inorit.n^.
Mr. H. O. Mclntyre, of Mrenbam,
arrived in the city tbia moriing to
attend >be funeiai exerc i*ea <>t Mr. ;
Robert L. Goodie e. Mre Mclntyre !
Is expected tonight
ie tires, perfect in œeth
aniem and oor rect in for rn
are offered by us at $35
to $l60. They ara^g>od
investment,
are styiieh and évtmSt«,
cosliiag the least (of: re
naire and backed by our
[rigid guarantee. I
It's Here for You ~
Telephone us an order and
you'll be surprised at the
promptness with whioh we
we get the ooal there. Our
regular customers are well
pleased with >he way we
handle their orders, and
with the excellence of the
coal—you'll be pleased, too
Sleeper Grain Co.
Feed and Coal
The Light, 50c a Month
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Good News from Eggcr City
This means good news to my customers and
bad news to my unfortunate competitors
Tomorrow, January ίο, I am going to
sell all goods in the house at Twenty
Five per cent discount, or One-Fourth
off of the marked price :: :: ::
This is no removal sale, no Oklahoma clear
ance sale, no farce bargain sa!e, no red tape
sale, no changing hands sale, but one of
Egger's rtrâl, genuine BAkOAlN SALES
This is a bargain sale in reality. I
do not have to close my doors to give
you bargains. Do not forget that
tomorow, Friday, January ioth, you
get one-fourth, or 25 per cent, off the
marked price on anything in the
house :: :: Yours for trade
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Pictures cheaper than ever. The remainder of our car load lot must, go between now and Saturday.
Our entire stock is now without value as far as we are concerned: If t ^19 goods suit you WAKE YOUR OWN PRICE.
One-half of a Car Load of new Pictures will be opened today. *
Positively No Q c '* d s· Sold to Dealers
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