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I "Prescriptions Carefully
; ' ! This is an old, familiar saying—in fact so old that I j some druggists have forgotten what it means. We 2 J have not. We practire it yet at our store. Filling · » prescriptions is our specialty, and we do our work 2 » carefully, and do it quickl). 3 Ihood & martin! Compounded" g Prescription Cjt «JULBJLA JULfiJUm Fast Going J ♦ have been our welt sole Queen Quality Shoes % for Ladies. ψ * Two-Fifty Price * w ζ will not allow them to remain with us We are Τ J pleased to please you in the best 54.00 Shoe made ~F Τ for Two Dollars and a Half, ar - it · time when J 5 such Shoes are 1 neces>it\. Stvlish, comfort- F X giving, serviceable Shoes, 1^ just what they are. J ί %CROW BROTHERS? j§> .φ 4 THE F Ο Ο Τ F I Τ Τ Ε R S ** 4 * ■hfc^Φ<■·»■ ??>*■·* ii PERSONALS j !! J —J. T. Lane, of Ennis, was in 'he; city today. —J. W. Storey, of Ennis, was in the city today. —Coi. Joe R. Gibbons of Bardweli wae here today. —Judge Ο. E. Call was here today from Corsicana. — Miss Bertha Mizell has returned from Beaumont. —Rev. W. M. Lane, of Alvarsdo, was in the city yesterday. —Attorney T. H. Collier, of Ennis, attended court here toda>. —Postmaster John Beaty was a busi ness visitor to Denison today. —John Taylor, manager of the Core- j icaua cotton mili, whs tae-e today. —H. L Scales, a prominent cotton oil mill man of Corsicana, wis here today. — Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. White of Whiteeboro are visiting the family of K. P. Hawkins. "—Misses Jewell Brooks and Nettie DeWitt, of Hilleboro, spent yesterday In the city with friends. ·—Mre. V. Hafner and Mra. Hyer, of Hillsboro, returned home yesterday after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Doma Beall. —C. Petty, Esq , vice president of the De Soto Mining and Smelting Comyany, came from the mines on a bueintse trip to the president, Hugh Stewart, at 8 p. m. yesterday and left again at 10 p. m. to return. Died at Giro. L:tle R y Siddall, son of Mr »rd Mr». L. A. Siddall, who live near Ozro, departed tble life Jan 31 at 6:30 ρ m., after twenty four davs iilaees* The little fellow never complained of any pain and when asked by anyone how he was feeling his answer was, "I am all right." In epite of all that could be done for him by medical skill or kind and loving hands death claimed Liai as Its own. Roy was eight years old last December and had only at tended school a few weeks· During hie illness he would call for bis book and repeat his alphabet. When death hovered over little Roy and the family gathered aroucd hie bed to say farewell to him on earth he could not speak, but placed hie arme around each onb'e neck and bade them good bye. His remains were laid to rest in Xa tiontown graveyard. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Chas Russell, of Auburr, and a large crowd of friends of the family was pre-ent. PrtsldiiJg Elder Sen»abaugh of W'axahachie held quarterly confer ence at the Methodist church here Saiuidny, aud preached excellent sermons to large congregations Sun day morning and night.— Milford Courier. had To Conquer Or Die "I was just about gone," writes Mrs. Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Springs, JN. Ο , *'I had consumption so bad that the best doctors said I could not live more than a month, but I began ' ο use Dr. King's New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well." It's an unrivaled 'ife-saverin Cousumption, Pneumonia La Grippe and Bronchitis; infallible for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever Oroup or Whooping Cough. Guaran teed bottles 50c jnd #1 00 Trial bottles free at J. S. Herring & Co drug store. «·« Μ·*0*·β«« β09«9β»4·« Μ· ΠΓ» Ι /Η W I he ^25.00 ϊ Home Merchants' Prize t I [Awarded to Hr. L. T. Graham Ν order to secure next prize you must have the largest amount of tickets, and they must be presented to Ross Jewelry Company on or before February 2, 1902. Tickets turned in after February 2 will not be received until March 2. in purchasing goods of the following firms you should not negkct to call for the Home Merchants' Tickets. When you fail to do so, remember, you are the loser. Home Merchant Tickets at Jolehch & Charka. Foreign 1 and Domestic Dry Ûooae/Clotn iDg.ftC. Vies Mai Porter, Fine Mill? nery, keeps «11 η w goods and lat« et style·. J B. Hinkh, Fancy Groceries, Flee Tandles, <to. The Oldham Hardware Co., all kinds of Haidware, Tinware, Stove a, etc. Spalding A. McCartney, Fur niture, Complete Builal On'tlts, etc. Perhino Pi'ahkb Drimj Co,, Drt'gs, Toilet Article», etc. W. F. 'Billvph & Co., Freeh Meats, Haras, Dressed Chickens, Turkey·», etc. J. W. Mc Manub, Implement·, Vebicl< « aud Harness, all the beet goods. Ο. Λ. Arnold, Pianos and Orsr u *, ^bert Music, Small In strntijtUiC., ele. Ε HUDSON, Photographer. ArUR "vt rk and prices to suit ©vt j?! ly W. -. J jninos, Wood, Coal β J F' d Free delivery. ;Phone 107 (fhl r rings). , ■■»... -v·. * MENTON. ' Short item· «( Interest Gleaned fey the Lifbt Reporter. To keep Informed of tbe local hap pening* of Waxahacbie read the light. Real estate dealer· will find oar Want column a profitable place to list their bargain·. Jamee Griffin is reported to be quite •Ick at the home of hie parente en Oldham avenue. Yonr attention le called to the ad vertisement of J. 8. Campbell & Com pany on the flrstfpage of tbie iefue. The Roes Jewelery company's big box sale will take place between tbe hours of 9:30 and 11:30 tomorrow morning. Fred B'at.k has sold bis .nterest in tbe market of Billups & Company, and is now connected with the market of Sate if 11 & Compati} . On the second page in this i«eoe ! will b« found au article entitled, : ' Dudley Writes a Book.'' We watt you to read the article. Ju!p hran; on ba^ opened a n- w sa loon in one of the new brick houses of Col R A Davison Franklin street. Mr. Brannon bas η complue hue of choice wines, whiskies and ci«arp,and invites you to Crtli. Ε Κ. Shaw and A. B. Basbam, good 1 citizens of t .o Bariiwr II country, wert '•ah. i t at tt i.s office today. Mr. Shaw renewed the Weekly Enterprise to h.i ; ildrt - at,d Mr. Hashani add«d lu·· «tm■ .· . 'h· li"t. Ε i Wi lia in- has r«rnrni?d from r j tri, to South ' exa··. He sa.\ s tnat ( ountty cautiut he compared wi b old Elbe and a fello* doesn't ktiow how ; to appreciate bin borne county until lie tptnUf a !e\\ days i;i socn-j otber part of the state. \V ;vl. Ross, who bas been a partner : in tbe businese firm 11 Hooks & Com pany <<f Red Oak, recently disposed of hi- interest and has moved back to his home on Yickery street in this city. vYe are glad to have Mr. Ross with us again, as he is a first-rate cit izen. Upon bis return his first act was to have tbe Daily Light sent to his „ΛΛ-...α Jack Barton, advance represent»· ! tive of the Rutledge Dramatic Com pany, in here today covering the bill· boards wiih advertising matter an j nouncint; the return uf hi* company j here Feb. 13. Ibis company played here a tew nights ago under the nam" ί of the Winn tan Stock Cumpary acd ; tbe hearty reception given them in- ! dnced the return engagement. Tlx- i company i* much t-tronger than when first here and our theater goers will be treated to four first class jierform- j ancee. v St'ne Br.jd. make quick delivi rv of ! wood, charcoal auc! feed stuff ] cheap foij^ash. Sujirijj Aeïtern Land Dr. J. B. J. Gilliam, who is a^ent for j a large quantity of land in the West, sold four scctioD» iuesday to J. J. Park, one section to Will Jennings, and one to J. A. Trammel. The laud ie situated in the counties of Terry and Yoakum. It ie deeded land. The price paid was a little lees than one dollar per acre The western part of the state in attracting a great deal of attention from the home seekers and others who are looking for cheap land. — Italy News-Herald. There Is more Catarrh in this sec tion of ihe country than all other dis eases put together, ar.d until the last few years was supposed to be incura ble. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, atid by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Scienca has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cnre, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional care on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acte directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollar· for any case <t fail· to core. Bend for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the beet. Tbe Elk's Entertainment. The entertainment given at the £lk'e ball laat night by Qavin S pence and Flora McDonald was high class in every respect and the small audience present highly appreciated the mail· cal number·. These people have few superior· as capable musicians and have given performance· in the lead ing cities of both the old and the new world. They went to Ennia thia morning where they an to give an entertainment tonight. Ask Stone Broa. ab<*ut For ne ν 3*ay and Alfalfa ; they act· selling it cheap forcaah. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve,^ Haa world wide fame for marvellotta cures. It anrpaaeea any otner salve, lotion, ointment or balm for cuta, corna, barns, bolls, sores, felona, ul cere, tetter, salt rbenm, fever aoree, chapped hands, skin eruptions; In· fallible for pilea. Cnre guaranteed. Only 26c at J. 8. Herring and Co. HI ÔO s I» ill* Correct ArrenfenKBÎ el <·»« Mf* urée ο* (be Bill. The flrtt contest in which the Dally Light gave « premium of five dollar· in gold to it· enbaerihers, has cloaed. The envelope in which the five dollar bill wan sealed wa· ooened at the W«zahachie National bank this mora ine, and on it wa· the number 4490805. In the arrangement of the jumbled figure· two of the contestante gave them exactly at they appeared on the bill. The lucky person· were Worth C. Kockett and C. N. Anderson. Mr. Rockrtt's (£uese was filed tlret and to hiu tbe five dollars In gold has bean given 5ar. Anderson was second and whs given credit for si* month*' sub scription to the Daiiv Light. Mrs. J. A. Synco was third, her guess being 4t 8905, and W. M |Snow was fourth. 4 .80905. Thi- was very clo*e to the j correct number, and in addition to J the two premiums heretofore adver- j ti*ed Mrs. 8>n"o and Mr. Snow have) m ·η been given credit for one month's , subscription to the Light. The con- ! test has ben satisfactory in every respect and a large cumber of xnessee · wfre filed. [I S'.one Bros. i> The pi&ef to bny yonr wood, coal and feeuyitfcff cheap for ! cash. ' y ,—y* . I Firt at Ferris. Qu.te a disastrous fire occurred at j Fr rris yesterday η orninir, originating «bout «:30 o'clock in the grocery ; store of John Loyd, Three small I frame buildings were destroy ed Two , of the burned building* belonged io O. ; Α Τ ι « 0' », : one to <4. \V. Wyatt Neither houie was insured. Tne stock of groceries b longing to Mr. Loyd wa«. tat-ally destroyed and v. a* insured for $500. A small restaurant ruu by Manda Lewis colored was also burned. To Cure (Jrip in Τ wo Days Laxative Bromo· Quinine removes the cause. E. VV. urove's signature oa every box. Price 25c. —\—if Ring up Styn# Br is. 53, and or 1er j our wood, cosl and feed they sell you cheap for cash. Daily Light Want Ads get anything you want, or sell anything you have to sell with oar loo* *o itylieb. Moreover yoa Are not "taken la" when yon bur of oe—joe get boocat ▼aine every time. If in the market for anything is the way of a Stanhope, Phaeton, or a Runabout, H «til really be worth yoar wnile to to through onr «took, examine critically and a*k price· on what fttrikee yoar faney. We are Tbe Baggy People, wholesale and retail. PARLIN & ORENOORFFCO. ι rmnnrs tr gray ~y υτπππγ» ν υτππγ» so τ β β » a β β β ι CITY PROPERTY For 5ale Good 4-room boute ou Mr Lean street, very neat house, »hadv yard anl near buMneHo 07ΕΠ center. Price ... 01 wU One .Vroora hoaae on Ferri· ave. Tbiaie v^ry conveniently located at to boajneaa. unlvera'ty <*ixf public achod. For a ehorpflra»· wti can offer for thj> low t'riee di $850 One very d* t'nhle lot oo Vick pry with room fucuch ί 'wo dwelling*. Price $550 A ver* ''epîrabîe rno^fn taga, with 6 room· trunîiog car iiue un ;r»-»t. \ r, a! , . ο ' ' aid outbuilding*, plenty ζΟΠΠΠ c>f <vat*>r. a harjjaln «? vJuUU A good 4 room hoate on Ferrie ave , 1 (>t 70x160; a r>e*t c<xt*g<" with cll> water. Price nail, West Mam $1000 One neat 4-rooTa|houae on >iorih College at. Roomy lot, lasting water, crib and shed A C7Cn bargaiu ai .... w I uU One good 4-room houa. in Kauf man «t., iaree corner Sot, citv r"Vi ator and a bargain at.... A nice tt-rnom modern cottage, t!, acre» of land, near college. p!<*nty of Iwater, good barn and oDtbuildlnga. Terme " esay. Price Ont* io; 200x400 f> * t, in university, f>eautilnily loc»t"U with ea*t frcn?, overlooking the »-otir·· town. finest i uiidln hv of the cbr *[> UDf 1 it l·» tern, ohfd. Term- I I hataoc** if oeptred. $1150 $2250 mile ι i hi» i« one of |th* in tbe viclo ontveratty. Very ssy terms ■r om hoa*f <·η Brown at.., x400 feet, 4&Vharrei ci· cri<» anu atock Priw ItiO .»«o, 7 year» on $850 β • m m i v.« Λ m * h 5 M Will A Malcolm* Co OFFICE SECOND PLOOR Ol>l> FELLOWS' BUILDING <x «H ιιθΑ»··αί»ιΐ)ΐΗ)α«ΐΜ#·ί»μυίΐ LY WAY" TO conduct a Box Sale is to conduct it right. And let us state right here, dear reader, that that is the way we propose to conduct tomorrow's Box Sale (9:30 to 11:30)—"the only way." We have arranged matters so as to avoid the usual jam and other discomfitures com mensurate with such occasions. Purchas ers will enter the front store door on Main street, procure their tickets and exit at the side door. Thus everything passes off smoothly and all are enabled to procure a package. Again, we will state that no boxes will be exchanged. We will refund money to all who are not satisfied with their purchase : : : : Fifty Cents the Box Ross Jewelry Co.