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The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, February 10, 1902, Image 4

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: "Prescriptions Carefully :
; Compounded"
I This is an old, familiar saying—in fact so old that
j some druggists have forgotten what it means. We
; have not. We practi:e it yet at our store. Filling
*, prescriptions is our specialty, and we <Jo our work
• carefully, and do it quickl}.
jj Prescription Druggists Phone 34 3
—S fa ^ ^ ^—■»_ Λ_· *> Λ- Λ A.. Jfefc. jDu A*. Jb*,_ fu **. ijL·*1
After Friday Next t
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the St.oo price wit! be put on all our heavy sole -flf
Queen Quality Shoes. Until then the price r- Two y
Fifty. * f
We h<\ ν e I
I / ♦
a Une of Ladies'
$r reduced to l^qr a \{Ae of Ladies' f*
% Tvv >-Fift/ Com- Ia?l'mon Sense Shoes. $·
à This is aShoe wnh a "ice, flexible up/τ, and $
ta turn sole. The One Ninety-five price will £>
interest thos· that u^e such footvv> *.r. Γο appre- φ
φ ciate the price is to see th3 Shoe. φ
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—Robt. Wimbish was in Ennis to- j
—Mrs. H. W. Carver visited in Dal- '
las today.
—Fred Meredith left this morning
on a trip to Decatur.
—Attorney Wm. TidwelJ, of Ferris, j
was in the city today.
— Emmet Pace, of Ennis, passed
through the city this morning on his
■way home from Hilleboro.
—J. J. Metcalfe, D. Brin, A T.
Threadgill, Attorney Tom P. Whip
ple and Deputy Sheriff B. F. Abbott,
were in Dallas today.
—Rev. C. R. Wright whs iu Dallas j
:Tr'T"T · W w»
Ool L. A Daffao, of Enni-, was in
tbe city this morning.
— Mies Evie BrignoD, of Ennic, is
spending a few days with Mrs W J.
— Mr. J. D. Moyer, of tbe Honey
Grove Citizen, was a visitor to the
city yesterday. vr. Moyer is a s>n
in-law of Ool. Hugh Stewart
— Mr. G W. Keliy and family came
over from Kaufman Saturday night to
visit relative and friends. Mr. Kelly
returned to Kaufman today.
—Ja?pfr Clark Henry Willard,
Gene Hornbuckle and Elrie RobinsoD,
of Venus, were in the city yesterday.
Mr. R binson is editor of the Venue
— Mrs. Β. Ε Hudson has gone to
Dallas to meet her frie#ri, Miss Mc
Caw, from Giceu ville, South Caro
lina. Mies McOaw wiU be Mrs Hud
son's gu^st for some time.
Telephone us an order and
you'll be surprised at the
promp^e·5* with which we
we get the eoa! there. Our
regular customers are well
pleased with the way we
handle their orders, and
with the excellence of the
coal—you'll be pleased, too
Sleeper Grain Co.
Feed and Coal
It's Here for You
* The White and Standard $
Ball Bearing Shuttle or Rotary
Sewing Machines
3 Drawer and Cover $30.00
5 Drawer and Cover 32.50 ^
4 Drawer and Drop Head 35.00
Our prices are right—our terms the same way
$10.00 First payment
$1.00 per week until paid, for
The lowest price ever quoted on a first-class,
high-grade Sewing jtyachine.
φ Every Hachine guaranteed for 5 years
The Oldham Hdw. Co. |
— >***♦+*****♦·»<»****♦+♦*
Λ M TblftMtfuolt"-. ' . .-u etrt-v bui oi tie
I n*«< i* K* ' 'r!*K^nfiîiiie t»w*w
r r-tii —τ "·** — "* ·*—* "**
Tffé Knowle* were greeted by an
other Urge audience at the operi
bouse Saturday night. Qaite a num
ber of yonug men volunteered to εο
on the «taxe and the tear# made.were
perfectly ««tls'actory in every re
spect. A complete change of pro
gram wan made and every feature In
troduced waa received with vociferous
applanae. The Knowlea have justly
earned the title of ''the people who
have made millions laugh". The man
who can sit through one of their per
formances without laughing mutt be a
peculiar kind of a fellow.
By request of a large cumber of
Waxahachie'e theater goers the per
ι formances will be continued tonight
and tomorrow night. A complete
change of program will be made each
night. The leading fea ure t night
will b· the hypnotic bast bal; game,
one of the most luighabje feft.ures in
troduced by these people Τυπι >rruw
I the balloon a scent ion wjllhe given.
Seats are η w η sale a; Tc^ri-' <*rnT
■ i I
ôti VVfdntsd»y night Rc* Su· χ art
in "Rom ο and Juliet' will be li e at
t ao ion
Thursday night She Rutli dg ■ Dra
ma' i.· Compary will open a three
nigbte'engsgf ment.
Want Column :
Tell YourWifè
il ri
to read the Daily Light'» Went Column
if she warts a piano, h sewing machine
or a «'ove Kargniuii of rare valu* are
often found in thi* column Teil ihe
people of Waxaha«'hie your want»
through the Daily Light'* Want
Column. People who uee tbit* column
will *t»ve money.
TAKE advantage thin of r>ur
one·half price on wail pyper. The
Oldham Hardware Oomp*ny.
FOR choice city .property, in proved
or unimproved^éee J. D. Hood, witn
T.J. Cole. ' 274
CHATTEL morn**#*», vei U >r inn
note?, warranty d*..4l-. reieam of ven
dor'a lien, for Kn crpri'e c ffic«
LEGAL HLANK8-· *Urt4age», nef»<l*.
vendor lien note%-4>te , for oale at
Enterprise office.
WALL PAPER— Lato atfuûn tu bay
wall paper at half pçLfe; t«ir ««le emie
this myk. Oldham nan»* -re Omp'v
LO.-Sl At opeia hoiy? Haturday night
an a'most new k HietKon bat,
boagbt from MatUfcw* Bro* Find or
ple*-e reiurn to Κ Κ Mν\VKOrter «t
Nation»! Hteam Laundry . It
... -yt t
FOUND A pair »t χοΜ finimed Htf)
glaseett at opera house Saturday Call
»t this office and gft »atne by paying
for thie notice. 2t
FOR HALE—Λ f α ι f h hay . M il S per
ton. Apply to T. J. BuJJHfcri. 6»p
FUR SALE -Hulls At ®10 per ion;
roenl at $1 2."> pet ijXck. in quantities
to suit purcdaeefs. Hanter» Cotton
Oil Co / 271
FOR RENT Nie» 6-γολ® hoa»<*, hot
and cold bathe, light·, on Ool
lege street. Bee nifcrtjuicfc if you want
to rem a nice place elyee Ό business.
— A. Τ Bishop. y tf
μ S
FOR RENT-'Txyo rooms, in cottage,
cor. Pattersolyind Jefferaon street·;
suitablefor tijrnt house keeping or will
rent togentl^men. Apply oo premises
, τ—
SEE R D. McComb# and have him
wriie you an acelaenKpoJicy
HAY Just in; car lolidof nice Forney
hay. For sale cheap/lor cash. StoDe
Brothers. /
FOR BALE—The Manuei residence
on College street. See E. A. DuBoae.
FOR REIN Ï'—Good business boose or
east side of square. Apply to J. R.
Wantkd—At once, two looms tor
light houee keeping. Tlree-room
cottage is preferable. Pay promptly
and will Jake care oj property. Call
at the Ligh^ofHee./ » dbS
WANTED I Bailsmen to sell imported
and do m en tic· Uquoru, principally fine
Kentucky vjifiekles, case and barrel
good»; goow chance to right man; «al
ary or commission. R. 8. Strader &
Son, Distillers, Lexington, Ky. ll
NOTICE—Fred Blank, "who was for
merly a partner In kfie Billnpe Meat
Market, ha» recently sold bis Interest
in that esabiiajftnent and bought
George Par k'ainntereet in Satcheli A
Oo.'s Beef ΜιρΛβί, where be will b«
glad to serve bis friends. Mr. Blank
ia a first class market man.—Satchel!
& Co. 274d 5«
will be a special meeting of tbe stock
holders of tbe Vtotery Oil and De
velopment Oo. aieOurth juse in Waxa
bacnie ah Wedp&day, Feb. 12tb, 1903.
at 2 o'fXoek^»· n>. for tbe purpose ol
arranspjE^cr tinal settlement wi't
Mesâr4»^Dearing & Hoover, for work
done. Each and every stockboldei
is requested to be present or givi
some one a* proxy who will be pres
ent—8. P. Langs lord, Secy. 87C
Shirt Item» cf isterrst Oleantd by tie
Light Reporter.
Want you to read oar Wabt column.
Oar illustrated want coin did catchts
the eyes of the people.
Miss Sue Ward, of Varieties, Ky.,
Is visiting Mi m Doma Reale.
Mrs. A. T. Willis is «pending a
few days with friends at Venua.
A iisw girl was born to Mr. and Mir.
F M. Croniz last Friday evening.
The A. O. (J. W. wiil meet prompty
at 7:30 tonight.—P. P. Smitb, M. W.
Your warns will be quickly supplied
if yoQ make theru known in the Light's
Want co umn.
1 here will be another demonstra
tion of tûe "biack art" at the opera
house tooigbi.
When jeu nt'ss a copy ο ι t ae Light
you will do ne a iavor by notifying us
a: onte and we will see tbat you get
ithe paper regularly.
, D. W. Knowies and hU force of
painters returned to Midlothian this
morning wLe;t be has a contract for
painting several houses.
Want your advertisement to be ;
set ι I he η put it in a paper thai is ]
road by four tilths of Waxahachie's
population — the Daily Light.
Ih KuowUs at tne opeia house to- !
n„ht. The hypnotic baseball ^anae|
w.l be Introduced. If you «vaut toi
e. joy a btarty taugh .'.oo'i. tail to «te1
tu* f atari.
ti. ν H. H. J busoc, rector of St.
J n.n s K; .»ci < .,i t i.urcb at Coreleaua,
w ο [ reacb«d at S. Paul s Episcopal
ctiur» ι« lui'.· yesterday and la»· uigbt, ;
s ·· t r ι Ί Hum tin· '· r:ii κ
A« an advertising medium the Light
is t-a-iiy in ;ne lead. Why? because
it ha.-t a larger <· r< illation than a-,y
otb.-r da > paper in Kills county, add
therefore gives edvertisere grea . r
r suite.
Now that district court bee ad
jourt>< d District Derk Kimble has
entered eetlV'ly into tbe county cam
paign lor re-election and tbe little
man will doubiless make thing· warm
for bis opponent*.
Dr Dolbe and wife arrived in ihu
city yesterday morning from Ken
tucky and went to the home of hi· un
cle, Mr. J. L. Dobbs, wbo resides in
tbe edge of Files Valley. Dr. Dobbs
is a good physician and cornea to Tex
as with a view of locating.
Tonight and tomorrow nigra will be
tbe last opportunities you wiil rave of
witnessing tbe marvelous hypnotics
feats performed by tbe Know:e«. I.
you are troubled with the blues go out
tou.ght and enjoy a hearty laugb.
These entertainments »re instructive
and amuting, and are extrraitly
harm lee·.
There is more Catarrh ία this sec- ,
tion of the coentry then sil oibt-r αι·- 1
c»sfs jut togetnt«r. and until toe a- |
few years was supposed to b« Incur*- ι
ble. For a great many years d jçtn « j
pronouuoe'l u a local di»»-usr, ai d
prescribed li>c<il remedies, »■ d t>>
cocMamly failing to core witft l><ai
treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to Iw a
constitutional disease, ard therefore
requires conetitutional treatment
Hall's Tatarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Onio, is
the ouly constitutional cure on the
market It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfnl
It act· directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials.
Address, F. J Chenky A Co ,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are tne nest.
Ring up Stone B«oy (63) and order
your wood, coal antf /eeU tney sell you
cheap for cash. '
To Serve Coffre.
The following is a copy of invita
tions which have been sent ont from
the grocery store of Mr. Uines :
"J. B. Uines, Waxabachle, Texas,
invitee yon to visit his store daring
the afternoons of this week to test the
merit* of Ferndeli Coffee. He has the
exclusive sale of this celebrated line
of roasted coffees for the city of|Wax
ahackie, and has secured the services
of Miss Bertha Wendt, of Chicago, to
serve them free of charge to his cus
Buckleo's Arnica Salve,]
~Haa world-wide fame for marvellous
cares. It surpasses any otuer salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for oat·,
corns, barns, boils, sores, felons, ul
cers, tetter, sail rbeum, fever sores,
chapped banda, skin eruptions; In
fallible for pile·. Cure guaranteed.
Only 30c at J. 8. Herring and Co.
To Eatfrtaia Defecates.
The Light ha· been requested by the
entertainment committee to ask all
thoee who had agreed to furnish
home· for delegate· to the Preacher·'
and Missionary '· Institute to have
been held at the Methodist church last
week to hold themselves in readme··
to entertain them this week, beginning
Wednesday morning, or possibly to·
morrow night.
To Cure CI rip In Two Day·
Laxative Bromo-Quinine remove·
the cause. B. W. Grove's signature
j OB every box. Price 26c.
t ' If: -,
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Now Has On Display
Waist Silks Dress Silks
Swivel Silks Mercerize* 1 Fabrics
Wash Τ issue Printed Fabrics
W oven Madras Zephyr Ginghams
Elysian I )imities Emb'dery Pineapple
Manilla Zephyrs Chambra) Madras
Batiste Applique Κ ashen
Nainsook Embroiders' Match Sets
Swiss Embroidery Match Sets
W ash Chiffon Embroidery Match Sets
Valenciennes Lace Match Sets
Mechlin Lace Match Sets
Plain and Fancv White Goods

Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Notions
We Extend a Cordial Invitation to
All to Visit Our Store . .
n$ mwi πτττιrrrrnιπιϊι rrni 11 nmnrumi
I City Property For Sale
A E?at ♦-room c< tug»· near »q!i*r», io g od l·}»·!»·, » 1>* k*jd *t «1000
A 2 »t r 7-footn bou»«* In We·»! E»«l ο;ι far P. ίο* m ou*bl«
«oil l«*rn * to »a| .
S-t··!»! clu>ie# Un «■< r ■ it τ !< t » ti a· »·»* «♦«· » ffr ricg ait Tfr * > s a'»· f/rk·*·
A v«-rv choi ·» 0 room o>oderu ' "itanjociixiioii οι · o' 'Akitliclii*'*
ruo»t popul ·<■ »' f t (· ι »"»r t h«> b .· in«M < «» <?r \ terrain, U rtj » so »uit
A \«*r» «-boil·» 4 room <ott«|r< <\i <' e< rnn lot. ci »«■ ι, Price, ·125υ
oof th'«l c-«h end it»*· u « » > (tn *
>* A I'hoce 5 rw m hi u-». h» π »nrf i«ri· lot. »ο^\<ίι: U> (L.artn<«.
JJ ech.'ul eon hi «h «>«« cent* r Pri* f #22Λο.
r 4-room bourc un Aldre> g· ·ιγ#*ί, <?οιιτ»·ηΙπ to cur Po* PrKe f!7i
S Will A. Halcolm & Co.
Ralston & Co.
^rall kinde of Feed Stuff and
ο (Doe η·ι ι d»or to Aab'a Ke«uiar*nt Pre· delivery. Lovmi PiIjm.
Ν. & T. C. Schedule.
No. 43 leave· 7:44 ». m. Connect*]
at Fori Worth with Ft. W. * D. C.
and Ft. W. A R O.
No. 63 leave· 0:32 a. m
No, 41 leave· ·:12 fp. m. CoddccU
with Santa Fe and Hock Ultod.
No. 42 leave· 11:1· a. o>. Regular J
Hoaaton and New Orleaaa connec
No. M leave· S : 10 p. m. Connect· J
at Qarrett tor Dalla· and Coreicana.
No. 44 leave· t:S7 p. m. Regular j
Hooaton and New Or lean· connec
MUmw*. IwU * TafM
wmioon leotm-aoc···
Lmtm MS ι· Lmth UOu
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local depart· at I K.
Opera House
Three Night·—Commencing
Thursday, February 13
«opported by
The Rutledge Dramatic Co
In a repertoire of high
υ 1m· pley·.
Thursday Night
The Senaetional Melo-Drama
"The Senator's Daughter"
Prices: 35c, 35c and 50c
Saturday, 2:30 P. M.
iyôn's French Periodical Drops
Strictlyvegetable, perfectly taarmlea». eure to accomplUb
DESIRED RESULTS. Grcate*t known female remedy.
CAUriûi The TO»io«!,».«» a» ata te pMUr-tmahU^
UAIIIIU· tea »ita fasMimtl· «Uraeter· on »!<!· of ttia boute. Mm»: ,*.j> μ.
ModftitCkiaaUt m WtLUAMû WU. α)., Sola Ageatt. p»*«si*o4.0Uia
For Sale by J. C.Siddons.

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