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The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, April 03, 1902, Image 3

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Candy /
Kitchen
IB" M S (0.
Grocers
In Lee Penne Old Stand,
New freeh goods of the beet
brands at reasonable prioee.
We will appreciate a part of your
trade.
Prompt delivery and careful at·
tention (riven ail orders.
Phone 62
Waxahachie
The Human Lottery
"Ah. If ml j I nn h«mUfkl
Hew ham life would to."
Man ν « forlorn maid baa aaid till» a« »h<·
looked into the mirror. For beauty ♦<>*>»■ η
Ji»T«Mtr1fli'»d home, love and friend*, ft i»
the one ρο*»β·«1οβ in the lotterv of bum»η
ill· which foot η would not refuse
. . Β RADFIELD'S
Female Regulator
for yoangelr.» on tJie threshold of woman·
hood, haa been invaluable. When they be
Co·»· pale »ad languid, the eve» dull,
aching head. feet aadkanda cold, appetite
go ne or abnormal, obstructed per led· and
painful menacs. and thjir arstam* (enerai
fr run down, they n»«<1 buildlag up, asd
their blood need· e1ean«ing.
Bra,) Held'» KemeW Κ ecu la tor foe woman
I· particularly valuable and «eaful owief
to it· tonic properttea to build up the er»
tem. and a·· rafalator of the manatrual
Hew». Painfel. obetructed and aappreaaed
meaatraattoa permanently reliave-dend all
diaeata· peculiar to ber genital orgaaa are
cared by It.
Kegalator near· the completion, bright
en» the eye, »harp«n»th· appetite, remove»
muddy aa<| blotched condlttoa· mt the skin
aUcarei «tek healachatoa certainty by
removing the cau»e.
Of drargtef» f 1 00 par bettle.
" FaHacl Health for Women " ia free a*d
will ha mailed on racalpt of addreaa.
THC IXAOrilLBPIieUUTORCO,
Φ Arukava. a< ·
efe pant· don't
Pant* are like molasse*, th'n fn hot
weafher and thick in cold whether.
Men are often mistaken, such mis
takes an» breeches of promise.
There has been much discussion
whether pants is singular or plural.
Seems to as that when men wear
pants it is plural and when they do
not wear pants it is singular. Men
Men go on a tear in their pants and
it is alright; when the pants go on a
tear it is all wrong. I# you want
ty make pants last make the coat
and vest first. If you want an arti
cle, which will give you better ser
vice than all others for the price,
buy your pants at f'!.'£> a leg or the
celebrated Hawk Brand Overall for
40c a leg at Wear's New Century
Store. Seats free. Rememl>er the
seats. ·
Postoffice Directory.
An official guide and directory for
the Waxahachie postofflce ha* just
been issned from the preen of Bay
less /k Scbnster. The directory is
Issued ander the supervision of
Postmaster John Beaty and con
tain# mac h Information that will
be valuable to the public in general.
The directories are for free distribu
tion.
A New Real Estate Office.
A new real estate firm began busi
ness in Waxahachie today. The
style of the firm is Walters & Neal
and Is composed of Charley Walters
and Jack Neal, two of Waxahachie's
very worthy and deserving young
men. Their office is located upstairs
in the Davis building on the south
side of the square.
Licensed to Wed.
- I>. 8. Defore and Miss Ninnia
Reagan.
S. H. Jones and Miss Susie John
son.
Will Serve Tea.
The ladies of the Parsonage and
Home Mission Society of the
Methodist church will give a tea at
the residence of Mrs. E. P. Hawkins
Friday afternoon from four to six.
Everybody invited to come and
bring a dime.
Saves a Fermer Member el the
Indiana Legislature..
This Is the Season to Use the
Great Medicine if Yon Would
ftanish the Seeds ot
Disease in the System
On every hand we aee men and
women who at this eeaaon should 1m*
active, hale and strong, lotting flesh
and weight, looking pale and languid.
We hear them complain of weak
ness, pain in the chest, baekache
and sldeache. Their friend» note
with alarm their pale oheeka and
sunken eyes; the color of the skin
givee evidence of blood impurities.
All! reader, these are all indica
tions that the deadly drega of grippe
have permeated the whole system,
distributing poisons and impurities
in blood and tissues.
Act at once with wisdom and de
cision; you can not afford to li>»«
precious time experimenting with
medicines that have no reputation,
that have no positive victories to
their credit.
Heaven help you to use the tffe
saver that rescued and saved Mr.
Stephenson. While in a perilous
condition of health, Provideeee
truly directed Mr. Stephenson to
make use of Paine's Celery Com
pound. The first bottle produced a
marvelous and happy effect; hi» life
blood was being refreshened and
enriched; his appetite was improved;
strength was taking the plaee of
weakness; and the ruddy tinge of
health was apparent in th« on«* pale
face. Mr. I). T. Stephenson, of
Pilot Knob, Ind., writes as follows:
"Some years ago while serving as
a member of the Indiana Legislat
ure, I contracted a severe case of
grippe, and was run down and com
pletely out-of-sorts, and found but
little relief from any remedy until I
tried Paine's Celery Compound.
Th»* first bottle did me wonderful
and marked good, and «ts continued
use for a short time, restored me to
my uaoai vigor and fmhuess. Your
Paine's Celery Compound has b*»en
used by my family since then for
general prostration of the system,
with the most gratifying results.
Paine's Celery Compound is a great
quieter and restorer of the nerves to
tneir normal condition; indeed its
action on the nerves and nerv»>
centres has been most gratifying in
my case."
Diamond Dyes Simp!». dur*bl? .économie* |
McCaul & Young, Props
....Telephone Number 316
I Buy Your Groceries
From
V. TRIPPBT
Sfenafx^- Orowrt and Butchers Association
Teleph one 10 118 College Stree
ΠR5. C. J. GKIGQS,
repr eenting Cha<*. A. Stevens A
Bros., ChLejago* th*" irr»-at Indies'
furnishing house, Itas « full I in#» of
beautiful sample» and plates of
Spring Hait», Skirts, Waists and so
on. Would be phased to have the
ladies call and »#* them.
101 Marris Âvemae
Buy Your Feed
from the Waxahaehie Feed and
Seed S ter». We have corn, oate
h a j· and straw; also all kinds of
garden »ee«f and seed corn, sor
ghum seed and millet #eed. On
College street, near the laundry.
Free delivery.
Waxahachie Seed Comp'y
DR. R. Ε. FRISTOE
A A
Office Over Η erring-Spark β
Drug· Store. J
 I am prepared to treat tha morphine
or opium habit; also whiskey aad
t4»harco, painlessly, and I take tbis
means of attracting the attention ef
this unfortunate class to this eaey
means of deliverance from tbeur
bondage
Have your Saws Sharpened
D. J. Kennedy, at T. B. Anderson's
machne shop, is prepared and will
take pleasure in putting your sawa
in shape. Any sawn left at the above
place will be promptly attended ta
... ■ —
Ladies and Gentlemen's
CLOTHING
Cleaned, Dyed.
Repaired, Pressed
Clothing made to order. Second
Hand Clothes bought and sold
J. S. PERRIN, 213 E. /lain.
CHiCMf«Tcn-s English
ePHi«YR8ïÈk,m*
àFK. Aiwer.peeeW. 1^41», ut iîtimM
tar CHICBBtTKK'S KNULMH
ι· KED «il «MUtik ι-«~ ι Hit
with h!«e Take M mih*r. WifWw
!)..(«» MMIum» «-4 lit»·
Mot·. tmf W joar l'r«aui or m>4 4m. t»
ter rutlral», TiMianW·
..<1 " ■mW.r fW UJlM,* M· uawr. rm
frn MmtL· !·.·«· Mtir
a— ^Oj.
Qo to Stone Bros· on College and Main Sts
for Wood, Charcoal and Feed—Oats, Corn, Bran, Hay and Rix
Mill Feed for cattle; aleo Tonic Salt for cattle. Prompt delivery,
full measure and perfeot satisfaction guaranteed. Give ue a trial
order and be convinced. We are also prepared to deliver gravel
and dirt on short notioe
STONE BROS. Phone 53
You Can Have It In
Your House
The principal part of my bunIn**β
I» the installation of *y*t«»rni« of
of perfect plumbing in new
hou»··* or «*ld, and we solicit an
interview on tne subjnet. Plan»
and prie*»* moat cheerfully *ub
mitud, ami th* work muit fx»
appror«4 before you pay ιη·«.
Stewart
He*» the Plumber
•Hello, 157|
U .'ILUJi-O^XU1! UU—--Hi- < ί-ΧΜίίί111 L.1L..-1L1
Will Ralston & Co.
for all kind· of Feed Stuff and
a
ex*.
TOflt_S
tNouCT requite
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pocket «mm «ττ»'
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ISO BANDS 1
COFFEE SC
TRAY 2ZOO BAN
ih£AR5 β
Λ «Ο BANDS
™ X/RAZOR
telle» I English sirW
1 pocket κμγε
Stag fundi»
: 130 BANDS ,
POCKETKNIFE
Ifcst m«h iiig !v»ndli
' βο BANDS „
pochti uten ι
fc«* iU)h«4, I
,HO BANDS
2000 BANDS
( ICM.I- Ci I ii"»M
I200 BANDS
TOOL SET
I300 BANDS
1550RS P9CKET KNIff I
--ffcsrtuwf HkhvJ
SO BANDS,
50 BANDS €HHB
-Bass
BALL
Uwju»'
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1300 BANU5
120
BANDS
CAR Vf RS Btxkhoffi fiensiks
400 BANDS
D«ES5 SUtT CAse
Leather
«4* W'di 6 drrp 24" brtg
2000 BANDS
5ΑΓΤΤΥ RA2£ft AND STRO?
300 BANDS
hand BAÛ
AH»g*lor fô in
iMiftn· Lined
J JE400 BANDS
SCO BANDS
r** nahlin repeating shot Cun
Titw iw-o it guij« 4000 BANDS
4000
ftANDS
NUT SCT
C'o&tr mi îa iwk»
160 BANDS
(0*'tD3 StT
(C.»v fc · ··,·*»
. *c t^NÔ4
HAN»Ol<N to»·* .·<*
*IOO BANDS
CUiTAR
MOO BANDS
your Cremo cSl? Bands prints
Cremo Cigar RANDS and Old Virginia Cheroot WRAPPERS may be assorted
with TAGS from "STAR/· "HORSE SHOE.." "STANDARD NAVY." "SPEAR HEAD." "DRUMMOND" NATURAL LEAF,
"GOOD LUCK." "BOOT JACK." "PIPER HEIDSIECK," "NOBBY SPUN ROLL." "J. T.," "OLD HONESTY." "JOLLY TAR,"
"MASTER WORKMAN." "SICKLE." "BRANDY WINE." "CROSS BOW." "OLD PEACH AND HONEY," "RAZOR," "E. RICE,
GREENVILLE." "TENNESSEE CROSSTIE," "PLANET." "NEPTUNE," "OLE VARGINY," and TRADE MARK STICKERS
from "FIVE BROTHERS" Pipe SmoKiog Tobacco, In securing these presents, ONE TAG being equal to TWO CREMO CIGAP..
# BANDS or TWO OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOT WRAPPERS.

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