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Mo«tpeoT>te like oar Soda Water They And It contolns Just the right proportions of froth mod substance —Jost the right amount of rich sweetness and pure water. It tickle* to· palate and revives the spirits at the same time. Oar fountain is, a popular place. What's your favor ite flavor? WAXAHACH1C CANOT KITCHEN r* i Mi Μ CO. Qrocers In Let Penn't Old Stand, New fresh good· o! the beet brands at reasonable prioee. We will appreciate a part of your trade. Prompt delivery and careful at· tention given ail order·. Phone 62 Waxahacbi· J MOTHERS, DO YOU KNOW Ik· taany ao-cÀHad birth medicine·, and ■tost rvmedk· far worn·· tn th· treatment af bar delicate ntitu, contain more or '.—Λ epium, rrorptiineand »trychninr> Ο· i·* Kh« feat opium and morphia· •ra «tepefying nafcotic poiaontf D· yea Know that In m«*t count rle· drug· gUt· ar· not pertalttWl to aetl narcot lea wtta out labeling th era poTtem* > 0· V·· Knew that you »(i"UTd not take Internally any medicine for th« pain accom panying pregnancy t l>e V·* Know tbat Mather'· Prtaad <· a partly vegetable prestation, and that It la apohf ! externally only. Bo V ·« Κ ne» that Meth*r'« Frtnit i« a ctltbratH prescription and that it ha· been la u·· ovartort? year·, and that each bottle of the genuine Hear* the name of Tha Hrad ftald R«|g!it«r Co t Do y t.a know that whan yon ts»e th·· pet fact remedy dnrlngi htldblrth orthroaghont th· entire period of (testation that yon will be free of pain anJ bear healthy, clerar children? Well, thee* thine* aie worth knowing. They are fart» Of drugrUt*. #1 <*>· Accept ao eubetitate. Oar i«wt ''Motherhood " tree. THE BRADFtELD REGULATOR CO., A TIL ANT A. OA. Spot Cash Grocery 11 Sell for Cash Only. Don't asK for credit, as I booK NOTHING 0 0 0 A. P. KIDD Ε**/ CORN' " PAINT til Cor»*, Rvti.ni· Mtd Warm, ritfc··* pu·, t^wduy «·«! p« »»··»· >1Γ ÉL" f 1«Μλ· LifPMâ* M«. ··*· ♦*"■«·. DR. KINC'8 try NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLO, j TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ; Cures Consumption;Coughs, I Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia,Hay Fever,Pleu risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and j Whooping Cough. NO CURE. NO FAY. j Pr.cs 50c.yé % ». TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. 8uhj£rit>e for tb#» LiaHT. Α. Ο. Τ. White's Transfer and Cab Company's Χ κ W W A CI Ο SETT Κ HAH Α Η Η I V Κ D Prompt attention to «he tra»»W of ρ···βη?·Γ· aod basr w· to kiid from all parte of fti* Hty, Moot ali train·. Wh»n yon w*nt a rarrlaif*»i Wajron*ti* or hajftr*?» wiUtuD t«*l*phone h«»t*l or r«»id#iir«>. « Rogers hotel Phone 131. Residence phone 200 Ε. Β. HOSELEY & SON D*«1#ra in Groceries, Feed and Country Produce Phonm No,|jAô e. . UL^MJlLl'l- iJ1 - .ULJiJ" . J.iJÊUUUlWVU.L.J.... JLJ.· 1 !-LA Jl Cremo THE BEST Για C/tlMO &utes ms $fsamt w/ueâs one tag from 'STAR: WttMMQWKîom Uat GOOD IUCH." TOW PtAÔMHOW 'RAlQRônd IRICEGï^WiE Tobacco rtao'U |»ey U& 600 term or 12.8 per cent. Of the nineteen states representing spline wheat, thirteen report a reduced «ere age. Washington being the only atat* having 100,000 acres or. upward in thia product that report· an increase. The average condition of spring wheat on June 1 waa #4 4 a· compared with 92 at the corresponding date loat fear, #7.3 on June 1. 1900, and a ten fa«r average of 92 β. The present reported average con dition haa been esoeeded only three times in the last fifteen rears. The average condition of winter wheat on Jane 1 was 7·.1 as compared with 7< 4 on Mar 1. 1902; 17.· on June 1. 1901; 82 6 on June 1. 1900, and >0.3 the mean of the Juae averages of the last teo years. The total reported acreage in oats Is about four-tenths of one per cent in excess of the acreage harvested last year. The changes in acreage are very evenly distrlboted and are gen· •rally In considerable, twenty Ave states and territories representing some enlargement of their acreage and twenty-four some reductions The average condition of oats is 90.6 against 85 3 on June 1, 1901; 91.7 at the corresponding date in 1900 and a ten year average of 90. The acreage reported as under bar ley exceeds the acreage harvested last year by 8.5 per cent. The average condition in barler Is •8 6 against 91 on June 1. 1901; 86 2 at the corresponding date In 1900 and a ten year average of 88 6 The acreage under rye shows a re duction of Sve-tenths of one per cent from that harvested last year The average condition of rye is 88.1 as compared wit 93 # on June 1, 1901; 87 6 at the corresponding date in 1900 and a ten year average of 89 3. The average condition of apples on the whole is unfavorable Of the fourteen large producing states but two report a condition above the ten year aver age as follows; North Carolina 68. a grain of one. and Michigan, 47. a Rain of six points. The acreage devoted to rice has been reduced in Afabanm. Florida. Arkansas and North Tarollna In which states the respective areas are now 6. 11. 15 and 18 per cent below that harvested last year, in Oeorgia the area has not changed while South Carolina Mississippi, ijoulsiana and Texas report Increased ar«*a* amount to 1. 4. 22 and 60 per cent of that har vested last year. Alabama. Soutn Car olina and I^tulslana report conditions of rice 1. 2 and 12 point* above their resistive eight y.-a^s average while reports from Oeorgla indicate a condi tion two points. North Caroline eight and Florida eleven |»olntn below such average There has been a marked Improve ment in the condition In sprlujç pas ture daring the past month WRECKS IN GEORGIA. faM·»!*1, ***** Freight Train· CoIH<i« «» » Kfeort ("erf#, Macon. Ga_. June 11 - A south bound passenger train of the Southern rail way collided with a northbound freight train near Juliette. twenty-three miles north of Macon. Tuesday afternoon The engineer and fireman of the pas senger train were iuftUntly killed and nineteen of the passengers more or leas severely injured. The dead : James Τ Pittman of Atlanta, en gineer of the passenger Rd West, a negro of Atlanta, fire man of the passenger The two trains met on a sharp curve while under full headway Owing to the sharpness of the curve the pas sengers saw the approaching freight and a scene of panic developed. The ■ hock of the collision was *o great that aeata wery smashed Into apllnters an 1 tenders were piled on each other The freight was loaded with fruit and wat ermelon» peaches and vegetables were widely scattered. It Is said the cat.je of the collision waa an Irregularity of the timepiece of the engineer of the freight train Farther H»pri·*· (Irkood Columbus. Ohio, June 11.—Governor Nash has e*tended the reprieve of Mrs. Francee Lang worthy Taylor and her daughter until October 10. This action Is to give them the benefit of any light that may be thrown on their case by th· trial of Clara Taylor, now under arrest !n Italy The charge against all three women Is kidnaping the baby Margaret Taylor. SUIltttc Navarro Corslcana. Tex . June 11.—A fatal •booting took plare near Cryer Creek In which Wade Hampton lost his life. The difficulty seems to have grown out of remarks which the deceased made about an entertainment which bad been riven on the previous Sunday night. Eugene Martin wa* lodged in Jail here on charge of the killing. L«ab«r Mil! Beaumont. Te*., June 11.—Mill C of the Kirbjr Lumher company, formerly the property of the Beaumont Lumber company, was dea£fft.7*ed bv Ore Tues dty. The Kawmlu, luimici and shed·, dolly ways and a large quantity of lumber on stands and cars with all buildings were wiped out by th· Saines. The loss will reach $10,000. CMS flrwui Hnchnm MiU«, Bonham, Tex., June 11—The Boa ham Cotton Mills made a large, ship· Ment of cloth to New York Saturday. A like shipment is made nearly ev ery week. Untrm the Araneae Paes ra<lma4 is built tnlo Brownsville. the Browaeville land «nd Irrigation company win build · line of Its owe out of Browns ville to « connection with thai roe a. This statement was mad* by 8. L. Dwornta of the First National bank ef Browasville. The culture of ries, according to Mr. Dworman, bas passed tbe experimental stase so far as the «uastkra of «rowing rtce successfully is eoaceraed. It Is currently stated that the Mexi eaa Central expects to extend Its sys tem to Saltillo, That such is the Inten tion of the company Is indicated by the fact that tbe proposed line, connecting the Gulf division witb tbe main line of the Central. Is to be built from Sao Pedro to Paredon instead of Trevtno. At flrat tbe Central ofliciala stated that the line would be built to Treviuo. from which point it would be possible to run the most direct line. In bund ing the line from San Pedro to Paredon it will be necessary to construct more track and to cross the tracks of the International. But it will bring the road within about 30 miles of Saltillo Workmen have been in the field working east from San Pedro for about two weeks, and will push the work as rapidly as possible. Saltillo now has the National and the recently built Coahulla and Pacific roads, and also a short line that ex tends into the mining district. By the construction of a branch into Saltillo tbe Central will be in a position to handle a large portion of the business In and out of that district FIGHT WITH YAQUIS. KoaloM Troop· AIbmI Wlp. Oat Rail • ThnDMBd Tucson. Ariz., June 10.—Meagr^dis patches received at Hermoaillo tell of a battle fought at daybreak Monday between Gen. Torres and the Yaqui Indian» on the San Manhattan moun tains, 20 miles north of Mines Prestas The Yaquis numbered between 500 and 600 men, while the command of Torres numbered 250. Th»- fighting was most severe. The Indians were driven from their fortifications with great ioss in killed and wounded Between the killed, wounded and rapture the Yaquis force* were almost complet!y destroy ed. The dispatches fail to state the number of Mexican soldiers killed, but it is believed here that the Mexicans suffered severely. Gen. Torres has been instructed to exterminate aii Yaquis that are found in arms With Mnr4#r Houston. Tex.. June 10,—-An Indict· ment was found by the grand Jury here against Ell· Koenig. charging murder. Miss Koenlg Is the 16-year old g!ri who In charged with having shot and killed Patrick Valentin»» on Houston avenue about three weeks ago. She w»« perfectly frank in the admis sion of the deed. At present she is ont on bond, having waived examina tion before Judgf" Matthews. Her bond was fixed at $1000 which she gave She was confined in Jail two or three days before she gave bond. P»rd«*n for Con?irt^d .American· Havana, June 10.—President Palrna has signed thp bill granting amnesty to all Americans under sentence or waiting trial in Cuba and proceedings have begun by the courts to quash the complaints against such Americans and liberate thoee who are In jail. President Palma has offered Gen. Maximo Qonei the position of gener al-ln-cbief of the Cuban rural guard and it Is said that Gen. Gomez is in clined to accept this post. UlMtlrv·· fir· u Û*r»ln(». Saratoga. Ν. Y.. June 10.—Fire here destroyed the Arcade and the Citizens' National bank block and the Shackel ford building and caused the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Mabee, Sirs Sarah Burn·. Mrs. David Howland and Miss Farrington Chief Engineer Shad wick was seriously Injured while rescuing people from the building The property loss is estimated at ïjuO.OOO, with in surance of $225,000 Llt.r.ll; Cut to PtaoM. Llano, Tex., June 10.—George Wll lingham is charged with killing his brother-in-law. John Ferris, at Kate mey. Maaou county, Saturday night while alone in the woods, hacking his body to pieces with a knife. Wllllng ham gave himself up and Is In jail at Mason. Ferris' head was severed from hi* body. Fir· at Marbl· rati·. Marble Falls. Tex.. June 10.—City hotel. Turner hall, a warehouse, with fifty wagous and a residence were burned here. All were owned by Geo. 8. Turner Loss $10.000, with no In surance. The flre originated In the storage room on the first floor of the hotel. Nothing was saved. Jadff· Wf»l Drad Woodville, Tex., June 10.—Judge Stephen Ρ West, judge of the First Judicial district, died here after an ΙΠ 1 neee of about two weeks. He waa stricken With typhoid fever about two weeks ago while on the ben.h at Jasper. Τ·1Μ Bft*« H* t I Only one game of ball was played la the Texas league Monday. That was Fort Worth with CorsU ana. The •core was 4 to 5 in favor of latter Batterie·». Jarvls and O'Donnell. White and Clark AItIu William. ΚΙΙΙ·4 H1H Prairie.Tex.. June 10.—Newewas received here of a killing in the L'pt^n eelghborhood, Ave miles south of here. Alvin Williams was shot and killed Huit Cam €iuy>n S IKfl <5|)υυπ* Tim* *«! mm** men wlto 'Mm to be favorite* of fortune. Thtr mn indus tricms, worker», fell te over Hearing of the fcnergy of splendid health, «ad Kiccett wrnt fairly to drop into Chd>>—fc, It I· of —cfc — <te—» tlM* the lea· hardy fill man says en vionily, "That fellow wh bora with a gold spoon in his mouth. * And yet on analyst· it will be toand that this success is largely due to apleedtd health, the endowment of a health τ mother. Dr. Pierce'» Favorite Preemption give· the mother health to give her child? It sea·. It raakaa the body comfortable and the miad content. It give· physical rigor and muacalar elasticity *o that the baby'· advent ia practically painless. •I will eodeeror to tell jrou of the many benefit* I have derived from taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preacrlptkm." writes Mr». Β R. Robert ton, of Medicine Lodge. Barber Co , KLacia. " Io the fall of I was expecting to become a mother and suffered trrnblr will» pains in the back of bead ; in fàri I ached alf over Suffered with awful bearing-down peins; 1 was threat ened for weeks anth mishap. A lady friend told me to ase Dr Pierce'· ajèdicines. She had taken them and felt like a new woman I begs η using the ' Favorite Prescription and took four bottles be lore my baby came and two after wards. I suflfcred almost death with my other two children, but hardly realised that I was sick when this baby was born and she weighed twelve and one-anarter pounds. She is now eleven months old and lias never known an hour's sickneas ; at preaent she weighs thirty aeven pounds I owe it all to Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription " ·% "Pavorite Prescription " makes weak women strong, ana sick women well. Accept bo substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the moet desirable laxative for delicate women. ,. ..-»β3 Μ. AUURttliK M Per Diatrfc* CW»rk:# for County Jfede» : Les Hawzikb Cor Ooftnty Otork : Raie Hjeitdmcm J. P. Bf nvwrcK Ooanty Ta* A JOHM McELSOT for T»x OtUootcr : Βπλλμ Bbatchbb For Doaaky flaporiatMdmt Pnbtt· 1 RruOkO·: B. D. Oeroom for JoMie· Pmo·, PreclnetfNo. 1: S. P. ÂlTOEBSOlf, J» Β R ΤΙΜΚ TAB Ut M. <t T., Worth Bon ad imvm . ... .. 7li·· Um II :37 » m LMf· )H|· Loeal departs at l» ρ m South Bound Leave* M A a m Uam 6:Sfi ψ m Leaves ... 8 17 ψ m Local depart· at 12 !» ρ H H. » T. C., West Bound. Leaves 7 M · m Leaves ... 7 30 a * Leave* β»ρ· Kut Bound Leaven — 11 1« a at Leaves J it « ρ m Leaves 1 β ·. J - 8Λ7Ι PILLS Orlflaal Mi Only ««■»■♦· HAFE- r·»·*> »»* l,nMU^ 6.Γ chichkntkh·* I.M.LISB lu KKB »Γ.Ί (·»!>< n.fl»H·· V ·*!·< with i»···rlW»oe Tet«* wo «Ih<·». Ren···' Danffroe· ieitt· t(«H·. Bur of yeur t»re«i*t nr «*. » f*r I'ertlcilers Te#t'«e»W· w»4 ♦· KrfUf for «*» L"1*· *7 »» tant M*11. !«,«»« 8eW »J fcii DruMim* i'klcb»»et« r 1 <■·, n»Mf lltdlMn «· ' U- K4. Quality First Φ Then Price We are now bidding for the patronage of those wishing pictures made, and want to be successful by doing good work A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK! now we are m.k. ——».—— ,,-v——— lnjc a specially of fine Photographs, and the prices ought to suit you. Before having work done come and inspect our samples. They may induce you to grant us a sitting J. S. Hutchcraf t, Photographer Successor to H. D. Mouzon announcement; /£> ν w r p kauo imnnht th« and Fuel business of W. K. · u 11/E have bought the Feed and Fuel bueineee of W. K. ' * Jennings, on College Street, and now are prepared to give tbe people of Waxahacnie anything in our line on short notice. Prompt delivery. .... Waxahaçhle Feed éc Fuel A. JACKS. Company ♦ >»«« Buy Your Groceries From V. TRIPPBT Member Grocers and Batchers Association Telephone 10 118 College Street DR. R. Ε. FRISTOE * Λ Office Over Herring-Sparks Drug Store. Λ A 1 am prepared to treat tlie morphine or opium habit; also whiskey and tobacco, painlessly, and I take thi· means of attracting the attention of this unfortunate class to this easy means of deliverance from their bondage Bicycles I ■want to fleure with you on Bicycles and Automobile·. The cheapest wheels In the city, the best wheels in th· city: repiftXwork a specialty. J. E. Light Old Papers at 25c per hundred.. s^Will Ralston <& Co. tor all kinds of Feed Stuff and QROCERIES fflce next door to Ash'e Restaurant Kre-t d-avery. .jvhI PrH·. The teacher goes, The preacher goes, The ''chilluns'' they go, too Families by doiens. Fathers, mothers, cogéins, It is the thing to do. They go a hot And withered lot, Hut come back "Wood a» new." But where do they go? To Colorado BY "THE, DENVER " Summer rates will be on June 1st. We believe we can give vou inside information regarding Kool Kolorado, including the prices of living there (as low as $4 a week ) at hotels, ranches and board ing houses, which you will consider worth while. Oet your name on our list (10c in unused stamps nuts it therein ink), if you n-ad LETTERS FROM Ο. B. COM PORTABLD you'll find some things you'd like to know. That's our book that gives the prices not a picture in it—needed the «pace for real information. But we have some very select atntf, with handsome illustrât ions which wo have had piiuted just t·» give away to those who appreciate it and are interested in Kool Kolorado, and ticket atçeuls all over the siate have supplies. They will be glad to give you these books, also to sell you your ticket·; and if you tell them that you want to go so that "Voji Don't Have to Apologise," on the "Only One Road" with direct line and through trains (people enjoy our service after traveling in the c*4|nary way) they will recognise that you are wise and discerning.be gfad to hear from you, too. Passenger Department, "The Denver Road," Fort Worth Purity. ccur/\cy. ESTABLISHED t88i