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WAXAHÀCHEE, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 13 1902
VOLUME VIII Syrups, Preserves and Honey Just received » barrel of the beet βνπιρ τοπ ever teeted—pore Maple 8yrcp. Fer&d«ll Pure Fruit Preserve· in 1 lb. t) δ-Ib. Jar· H. J. Heinz'· Pore Frnit Preserve· in 2 lb. end 6-lb. Jar· Canton, China, Ginger Preserves All kind· of JelUe·, Jama, etc. Pare Honey In 1-ib. square· EST J. B. HINES Λ AT MOME AGAIN. Mr. and Mrt. Τ i m m on ι Return from a PUaaaat Trip Ό Honda. Mr. «od Mrs. Η. O. Tlmmona and daughter, Ml*a Minnie, returned Sat- ' ordey night fro an Florida, wbere they bad been viaiting Mr. Ttmmoii·' a la ter·. The»e good people are my neighbor· (a»d κοο1 one·, too) and Retarda»· nig M «t Τ o'clock me and my better haif edited tor a tear moraen η to welcome them borne. We unit I went for a friendly nail and did u >t expect the tre«t t<W w«i ία «tore for u». In their eiegamiy furnished ea»t room up ataire they greeted ο· and after ahakiag hand « a eurver of the room indicated α· that *« had verily beea transported inta the tr^ptc·. Betfera Mr. and Mre. Tim-; Biona departed from thai go >dir ian 1 j they purcfeiae«*d aeverai largr» truiik· and fro η Mr. Tiinmjna' brother in- j iaw'a fl ie orchard thev Β! β ι theee t-unke fall ·< R.i»«n, truite »u I veg- ; eUhiea, and when we c*m·» upon the | acene in th*t kmc room alt tue coo- i tenta of th« trunk· bad ht-mti rn^ ifd j end in »-very no >k and corner 1»jm ■e Ksoanu:·, or*nw, g»p« fruit, pine appl», komqatt», u*> («rloee, j lengertuiM, orange citron, <j »ev·-, velvet been aerd· and lit » ouii» end m«ny ο» the above fruit· and flower· we never before Heard of and did not know that Fiuriua p>odoot-d each a woodeirfel variai). Tue («ut m a greet mauy ut the verteUe* abjve enu'iierut-d «Mfver find teelr «ay le far off l eupp «ee th-y are of »ech de icete salure they wiii η m ! bear tr«ti»p -rtel*· . However, Mr., Timnacn· *ay« trtev are «nipp-d in e«r ' 1 -ymxia to noru-era m*rkwbere r «ady aalea ere f<»utvs et laocy pri "·■. ] jer. and Sir ι ι uuuoit· «aid « en.seti «s — of Florid* wbo own· an orchard like 'be one from which ι hie fruit came U the mow independent man on earth. Ready cash tales await the ripening of every variety of fruit, flowers and vegetable· be ralaea. White vleitfng at Lakeland, where tbeir relative· re aide, they made many exoaraion· 11 Tampa and other po'nUi of interest In that atate. At Tampa they beheld the Itrgeet b< tel in t β United State· îkira. Tlmmou· *aid »ome one re marked t > her that it wae a mile around this building and «he did nol dispute the lUttvneo'. Thin immense houl will be open for gu ·!· about tht twentieth of thin month, and tney «*} from the f»r fr< *»n north wealthy people fl jck there ··«« gee«e emigrat ing «outh This wt - a delightful trip and while th«r« tftey «pent one day • Sth Mr·. Mannel, wb> 1* tpendiuk tue winter in that delightful cliu aie But with aH it-· fruit· and (lowers Mrs Tlmmon· said »be lik»d Ten* heitei and »'n« breathed freer and ρη·μ·γ wbei: •he «'ruck tbe open prairies of nr>t na ive ·tat-<. Mr. Timtn >n· «»· i-iek ah ie there, h'lt re u;u« in bKtej health κηΊ nu many frteod* booe the trip will »»« of pt-rutaueni benefit to him. Wfcen Ι··«ινι<·< Ui»'lr home l*ei night they fi t»-d »ny larije-t jMK-keti wi'.h different v*r »cii« · of fruit» fretl from th« ireei a»wj ι w»y I f«Hted ia uo f lirf «t try. Mim White, a niece of Mr. Timm·*·, a"compani-od th<-m home and will at tend *cbool her»». innocence Abroad .Mr·. Κ L GoodJoe na* returned U thm h' me ot ner ( erenr* «η Brenham l)>t iog her ihnrt residence in thii <->V «or made ma*ν warm friend· »hucl»*piy ·> rop«ihta< with tier ir h>-r ijiief Jor tne kNM of her husband by 4-ath ·ο ahortlj »f.er tt>«ir mar riage f— QHN. GORDON'S ORDER The Oatta for HoMtaf l be Repaion at Oaliaa Have Bern Fixe·. The foil >wing order iaeued from headquarte a in Hew Orleans of tbe Uuited Confederate Veterans explains itetli : "Headquarters United Confederate Veteran», New Orleana, La., Jan. 4 — General Order No. 2β7: I, tbe general commanding, announce that under the cuHtom eatabliohed by the a»«ociation, leaving the date· ot tbe rtnolooa to tb^ general commending and the de par ment commandera, by una imooa «iff ement, and at the deaire of and acq tUacmce in by 'our no*t' the next rem ion will be held at Dallar, Texae, on April 22, 23, 24 and 26, 1932, Tues day, Wedneaday, Thursday and Fii day reaped ively. "Oi account of the rapid growth of tie aeaociation and the Imraenae ac cumulation of business which demande argent att< ntion at tbe coming aea» ion four d*) a will be given for this im portent a"»aioi>, unl-se the business is aooner ci«poaed o! by the delegates. "Aith ρ rid.-) the general command ing alao announce· that 1,390 campa b*ve now joined tbe anocittioD and applications have in·t η received at ! thee*· headquarters tor many more. He urgf* veterana ever} where to aend 1 to th*M> beadqaartera for organization j p*p> ra, form c»mpj at once and join this aaaor iatiuu ao aa tu aaaiat in car j r>ing out i'e benevolent, praiaewor jthjr and pasriutio objec'a, Ην order ot "J B. (Jordo.v, Qene-al Commanding. "George Moorman, A "jutant General and Chief of Staff, i Smailpx Near h fini*. Dr. W. P. McC«ll,nf £n: l«, eMiiet-iut county health officer, uitkm the ftattrnent that he has discovered » wi'i. <l«velop*d caee of smellpo* pear t"»»i t ity. The victim in λ white men. 1 ne <-ϋ*β hatt been ioiaNd aid all pi e«ib'e cure wiil be exercised to pre vent it becoming contagion*. A. 0. U. W, loataflatioa. The newly elected offieere of tne A Ο Γ W. will ne installed tor iijht. All m η bera of the lodge are rt quested to t>* present promptly»t 7Λ0o'clock Ke*d our advertisement*. CONSOLIDATION EFFECTED. ♦ .. Two Bif Hardware Firm* in Waxafca· chic Ueile Their Pe'ce*. All preliminary arrangement ha ν been perfected by which two « f Wax •bachle'e big hardware Orme unite their forcée and gum nette. Tie new firm will be known aa the Waxabachie Hardware Company and in compo κ* of W. B. Howell and F. 8. Cr ik Jnat ae noon aa a bnilding can be de cided apon the two «toe-knot goods will be moved together. LauronU· new ilrm will be chartered under the laws of the atale. Ae a reau t of thie consolidation Waxahachio now baa th-> ttonge^t hardware firm in the county. Both Mr Cronk and Mr. Howell epien did buaineaa men, popular w th the people and we predict for th· m eue* ce β» lu double harneta. Mr. Crouk hua been in the hardware bus:ue<>»in Waxabachie about aeven y^ara and h«a eetabllched a trade tb*t tr..iu!d be the envy of any bueineaa tet biieh ment Mr Howell has bet . here about twelve months, but du i g ih«t time he haa wen many friei d . by lit uniform courteay in ali bu-iuo*e deal lr.e«. Theater Umpany Mere. The Bonnair-Price Theater Com pany Arrived in Waxahachi j last night to fill their engagement at the rpera home tbia we^k. The performance will open tonight with Maud Muller, a dramiti/.a'.ioa of tbe beautiful pastoral poem ot the fame name. Ladies will be admitted free if accompanied by nome pt-reon with a paid t'oket. N j free tickets will be ch«< fee ι oil afu r «even o'clock tnis evening The Gainesville Daily Messenger <-ays of tbe above c >mpany : "An immenif audience was on hand îsst night to w tness the opening per torrnance of Mise Bonnair Pre» end her company in Maud Mali·r, aid generous applause greeted t1»·» relaye β and Vaudeville between the H/'t*. Mise Price has surrounded i erself withagafd company, inc'ullrg Mr. Geo. W. Murdock, *h > *as w-t η here the Hr%t of the season, as T.m Logan in Human Hearts.) Mia* Price had a splendid ro!e in Maod Muller, and looked every inch tie innocent confiding farmer'· daughter she imperfonates. She i* « clever ard attr.«c;iv« actrnsi», md our feels sure that any pan intrusted t ser will be well played. Mr. Murdock ie a fine actor as thoee who n* h'ni in Human Hearts the first of the season will ait· st." «.hatch Emertaimncnt Cn next F<id«y afternoon from 3 to 7 o'clock the Ladiee Guild ofBt. Pan '·. EpUccpal church will serve Ua at the residence of Mrs Ε. N. Baker tor tfe benefit of the church. No ctmrges will be made but tbe ladies will appre cta'e any free will offering from tho*e who attend, At «ί e conc'usion of th « services at the church yesterday morning the congregation held a meeting ani elected wardens and vestrymen Bee Maud Muller at the opt ra houoe Try a Can of Seaq m a cl « » A Seafood Relish healthful and Delicious Phone 54 · LEIGH BROTHERS Special Dinner Sets 100-piece Sets at 103-piece Sets at, 103-piece Sets at for wedding presents, anniversary j presents or for evervday use in Imported China at big bargains. For instance: • $18.00 19.00 40.00 Semiporcelaine—103-piece Set at 14.50 AND OTHKUS CH1APKR All first-class, imported English goods, guaranteed not to craze. Don't forget that my Anti-rust Tinware is the finest made. -Also my Baking Dishes that fire will not laze. WEAR'S NEW 6ENTURY STORE C a Aftvn.M OLD STAND **9T BWK ISQCARX, If you are in a hurry don't forget the Long Distance Telephone Cennection* with 50, 000 subscribers in Texas and Arkansas C»U (or 'Long Distance" Southwestern Tel* ;r«ph ft Telephone Company. . * ♦ i ICoughs and Golds, J Prevail alarmingly. Now it is throat, J bronchial and lung medicines—Emul- J sions, Malts, Cod Liver Oil and all J their compounds to be put up by pre- J scription or sold as patent remedies. We have them all, iresh and of the fullest strength. Buy them here and J J you buy the best, All the reliable J Cough, Cold and La Grippe Medicines 2 as well, are here. We are anxious for * your patronage. Herring-Sparks Drug Co. (Succe»*cr8 to J. S. Merrlng'fe Co ) Wholesale and Retail Druggists, ι ♦ ! ♦ ♦ ♦ : ♦ ! $5.95 Our special this week is a line of Suits that was $ 12,ço. $10.00 and $8.ço. Only a few cf each lot. We want to clean up every one of them. This price will move them quick AT HALF PRICE 200 Hats in so'ts and derbies to close at half price. This is the closing season in this store. Come in and let us figure with you. ♦ ♦ : ♦ ♦ : ♦ (ΰηψίί. Cuhint. t t g ·) The first two days of our big sale were wonderful. People came early and late. (· Business was beyond our expectations. J? This week's shoppers will find profita ·) ble investments. Remember, this is J) Murphy's Last Sale. Come and reap (· the i^reat bargains offered. (· ·) ·) ^ At One-Half #) Price S S AU L»dlee' Tnilop Sait* All L idi·»»' Jackets All Ladies Riiuyday WkirtH At Cost t ) (« >: i Silks ») i) All L"<di«»' Dtpps Skirts All Indies' Silk rudernkirt8 All traces and'Enubruideriee |) All Quilts, Lineup, Towels I All black and colored Siiks at gieatly red not d prices 2 Furs (φ AU Fare at New York cos: S Shirtwaists ®) A1 i Indies' Woolen ard Silk φΛ Shiit «aiitf at 15 per cent lees th»u New Yor«. coet § At Cost ^ All White Lawns, Dimities, ^ Nainsooks, Paris Lhwii go at ™ coet • Corsets All Cort «sat reduced prices Kid Gloves Ladies' 1.76 Kid Gloves tl 27 Ladies 1.00 Kid Gloves 79c Ladies' 75c Kid Gloves 55c Dress Goods 60-inch Ve«jf*tia wjih <1 60, now 50-inch Venetian, $1,125 99C 50-inch Venetian, was fl 2.5 now 42 inch bl»ck French 771!* Poplin, was #1 26 I I 21» 50 inch hlack Merge 77p Cheviot, was $1. now III» 50-inch black Her^e fifip Cheviot, w»« 75c, now Ouu 44 inch black Prunelle, QKn was 50c«, now 0J« 44-inch English Walfc- RQn ing Cloth, was 75c, now DvJu 50 inch Chalkiine, was VICa 65c, now fuu All other Dress Gocds at Cut Prices Hosiery and Underwear This stock is especially at traciive just now. Fullrdnj^e of siaee. Warm and ι·ΐκ »μ to suit this cold snap Staples Our entire stock at cut prices 10 4 Bleach Pepperel, IC'ft worth 22 l-2c, now i U2w 10 4 brown Pepperel, IC'n worth 20c, now 132b Beet 5c Domeetio 4f yd All other Domestic at Cat Price» 1 case standard Calico 3<3 jd Sinpson' Calico 4c yd Shoes Our entire lice of Ladies' Children's and Men's Bhoee f) at BIO CUT PRICES, very 8hoe in this sate at guaranteed to satisfy (· ·) (· Meet Me At (· MURPHY'S: iRed Tag Sale!