OCR Interpretation


The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, September 20, 1902, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090369/1902-09-20/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

The
Woman
Who is discouraged by a condition of ill
health which fails to yield to the treat
ment of local physicians will be κ'3*! to
know she can consult I)r. Pierce, by
letter, free. In η little more than thirty
years, Dr. Pierce, chief consulting phy
sician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute. Buffalo, N. assisted bv his
etaff of nearly a score of physicians,
has treated and cared hundreds of thou
sands of weak and sick women. All
correspondence is held as strictly private
and sacredly confidential. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, Ν. V.
"After being subjects tor some time to an
annoying female ti uM<- " -,ivs Mrs. Minnie
Tillotson of Potomac- \'ermillion Co.. ill . Box
150. "I wrote to Ι)τ Κλ Pierce who at once
understood my su/ïfcnnjst and advised me to
take his Favorite Prescription and Golden
Medical Discovery, and also his 'Lotion
Tablets and "Wppo^jtorW*:* After using his
medicines eight or nixie months I was com
pletely cured
* 1 am grateful to Dr Pierc® for his advice and
the kind and encouraging letters he wrote to
me. I would advise any woman suffering with
female disease, fo consult him Prompt and
respectful attention will ^iven aud good
advice received l>y so doing.''
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
iotkS large pages in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
pay expense of mailing only. Address
l)r. R. V. Pierce, Buflak), Ν. V.
The Daily LîgHt
Η. I>. HiDSON, i
W. J. Ηπκ, Proprietors.
C W. Kent *
"abltshed ever}' day except .Sunday by tne
Light Publishing Company
Cms. W Kknt, Husicen» Manager
» λ. OwnïtV, CtO Kdlior
Entered in the Waxahachie pontpf
Ire as matter of the second class
Advertising rate s m»v be obtained
*y making application at the busmen»
iflce.
Office of publication at 115 and 117
College street.
□ne month $ 50
Six months. In advance 2.7")
One year, in advance 5.00
BELL TELEPHONE - ■ 148
INDEPENDENT PHONE - 148
MotfT people taii uot wisely but
too much.
Rest your tongue ami give your
brain a chance.
No Man's Land ha# been sug
gested as a place of abode for Mrs.
Carrie Nations.
Now that Gen. Miles is to go to
the Philippines, it is up to the
Boston googoo to howl.
President Roosevelt will talk
reciprocity on his Western trip.
Here's hoping, Theodore.
Explorer Peary declares the
north pole can be reached. But
—the pole! the pole! Who has the
pole?
Me Too Platt'h prediction that
■» *
the coal strike would end last Sat
urday seems to have been lost in the
shuffle.
Armhi k & Co. sent £4,000,000East
to ease the New York money
market. How would you like to be
the meat man?
Wherein Riouiks, mayor of
Waco, has gotten himself into trou
ble with the city council, and knows
not wherein to get out.
■ Canada bought $7,000,000 more
of goods froin us last year than she
bought from Great Britain. The
American invasion goes steadily on.
The St. Louis grand j α ry
continuée tounearth the cor
ruption of the city council
and to find bills against the
eorruptionists. Very few of our
Texas cities have grown large
enough to make the purchase of
egialation for special interests val
uable, yet if all were known we
might find a pretty good sized sen
sation in the -city government of
some of our own cities. All the
rascally officiai» de t reside in St.
I>ouis. M
Two Pleas t^Guilly,
The two following pleas of guilty
were recorded in the county court
yesterday afternoon:
B. 0. Stephens, theft fined $10.00
and given five days in jail.
Ike Bafileld, embezilement; fined
$00.00 and sentenced to thirty days
in jail.
Avoid serious results of kidney
or bladder disorder by taking Fo
ley'· Kidney Cure. Sold by B. W.
Fearia.
PREDICTS TE* CENT COTTOH
Col. Peters Thinks the Crop
Short and Immature.
Col. K. 8. Peteru, president of the
Texa^ Cotton Grower»' Protective
Association, yesterday furnished
the Dallas News the following eoin
munioation:
To th» News: After carefully go
j ing over your reporte and fieures
! and comparing-them with other data,
I want to congratulate you and say
they represent the true condition at
this time aud sustain the report of
the statistics of John Hyde of the
Department of Agriculture, issuc^d
I on the :ird of this month.
The advance information given to
i the farmers and planters of tlu
1
South by the Department of \_·ri
culture saved them millions of dol
l.irs. The speculators and "knock
I ere" have (kme everything in their
powT to discredit the report, but it
still stands aud all evidence from
the crop and reliable information
only proves its correctness. The
present large receipts only prove an
early, immature and short crop.
While 1 am adverse to making pre
dictions, J have no hesitancy in
saying that middling cotton will
sell for 10c and above be fere another
crop of cotton it; placed otj the
market, provided the farmers will
use good judgment and market the
crop slowly.
j In this connection, J wisn parties
having insects of different kinds af
fecting the cotton plant to be sent
ι to in<' here, so a* to have the ento
mologist of the United States De
partment of Agriculture find out
what kind they are, and especially
the boll weevil from North Texas
and the Territory to prove definite
ly the district infected by the in
sect. E. S. Pete^m.
< "al vert, Texas.
The wife of a Methodist minister
in West Virginia has been married
thr< ■· times. 11 < r maiden name wa*
; Partridge, her first husband was
nanve<l Robin, her second Sparrow,
and the present one's name i>
ι C^uayle. There are now two young
t Robins, one Sparrow and three lit
{
tie OuavLes in the family. One
grandfather was a Swann and
another was a Jay, hut fie is dead
now and a bird of Paradise. They
live on Hawk avenue, Eagleville,
Canary Islands, and the fellow who
writes this article is a lyre bird and
an interested relative of the family.
—Ex.
Fortune Favors a Texan
"Having: distressing pains in
head, back and stomach, and being
without appetite, I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills," writes \V.
P. Whitehead, of Kennedale^ Tex.,
"and soon felt like a new man."
Infallible in stomach and liver trou
bles. Only 25c Herring & Sparks'
drug store.
»« ro Hunifed tit Arknnaa·*
Lake Village. Ark., Sept. 20.—Jerry
Carter, a negro, was hanged In the
jail yard here Friday. He was pro
nounced dead in ten minutes. The
testimony upon which he was convict
ed was purely circumstantial.
The Kail* Sprend.
Cleburne, Tex., Sept. 20.—The
spreading of the rails caused the de
railing of the Santa Fe passenger
train in the yards here Friday morn
ing. The engine bumped into a string
ι of coaches. One coach and the engine
were damaged, but no one was hurt.
Charier Granted In l>ffi*ware.
Dover. Del., Sept. 20.—A charter
wae granted by the state department
to the International Cotton Gin compa
ny of Calvert, Tex., to manufacture
patents on a cotton gin. Capital,
$500.000.
Cotton K^timate.
Cleburne, Tex., Sept. 20.—John L.
Cleveland stated today that the yield
of wheat in this county this year would
hardly excseed 250,000 bushels, while
two years ago it was 1,000.000 bush
els. The drouth was the cause of the
shortage.
Kurt hqiinke Australia. flUB
Adelaide, South Australia, Sept. 2(f.
—A severe earthquake shock was ex
perienced here and caused a panic
among the people of the city. Build
ings were damaged and several nar
row escapes from death were recorded.
Haaredo Hanged.
San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 20.—Vin
cejjte Saucedo, a Mexican aged 27
years, was hanged here Friday for a
criminal assault on his 11-year-olJ
stepdaughter in April, 1901. Ho con
fessed his guilt
—p
Had a Go<m1 Kain.
Yoakum, Tex., Sept. 20.—Copious
rains have fallen here and the soil is
thoroughly soaked. Truck farmers are
preparing for a full crop and stock
men are jubiant.
The Hale In A «Mitred.
Copenhagen, Sept. 20.—The results
of the elections of members of Land
sting officially given out here assure
the ultimate sale of the Danish West
Indies to the United States.
r.okla|liMM Burntd.
El Paeo, Tex.. Sept 20.—The great
packinghouse of Chihuahua, Mexico,
owned by Mexican and Kama* City
capitalist·, vu partially destroyed by
Dre Friday. Lose $500,000, partially
OOrered by Insurance.
The Farmer's Success Depends
Upon Freedom Frsm Disesse
and Suffering.
Paine's Celery
Compound
Is the Medicine that Has made
Thousands of Country Toilers
WeU and Strong.
Th^re are thousands of farmers in
our land who are rich In broad acres
and gold, yet lack that true wealth
known as g-ood health.
It is a melancholy fact that men
and women in the country districts
breathing the purest air and drink
ing from God'* bubbling: fountains
and limpid springs are liable to the
same disease* anil alimente that
come thick and fast to city people.
We find rheumatism, neuralgia, de
bility, dyspepsia, kidney and liver
troubles, ana blood diseases almost
as common In the farmer's family
as they are in city homes.
Ρ a i η e ' β Celery Compound,
Heaven's best blessing to the farm
ing community, has done more for
the banishment of dread disease and
the building up of health than all
other combined medicines. Mr.
John Zuspan, a prominent and
well known farmer, of Middleport,
Ohio, writes specially for the benefit
of sufferers in the rural districts ; he
says :
"Last November Τ was so badly
crippled up with rheumatism, which
came on in June, that 1 could hardly
walk without the aid of crutches or
a heavy stick. About the tenth « » f
November 1 commenced taking
1'aine's Celery Compound, and after1
using four bottle* 1 was completely
cured, and was able to attend to my
usual work as well as when I was
forty. I am now sixty-six, and can
walk and run as well as a man <>f
thirty. "
Κ It TIM Κ TABU
Μ. Κ. Λ T., Nor!h Itoaod.
L }»»«·*
L'-ive>
I.)e*l departs al
^ (Uth liound.
Lot'. Ci)
Le*> e
Laeii depart" at
H ft T. C„ Λ est Hound.
L» fcft Y 6?»
Leave*
irrtvç
irrive*
iXast Bound.
Leaves
Lisw"
UlîM
Leaves
Leaves
" 4ί β fr
H : »< » :» |i
f» 4*2 ι rr
* 4ft ft Β.»
4 M ρ π.
CHEAP SETTLERS' RATEi/î
TO THE FAR WE-Τ AND
NORTHWEST
'Γ h e Burlington Rout ο renews the 1
low one-way Settlers' rate of $25.00 j
from Missouri River to California,
Portland and the I'uget Sound coun
try every day during Septeml>er and
October, with correspondingly low
rates to the Spokane district and the
Butte-Helena district; also propor
tionate rates from interior Missouri,
Kansas and Southwest territory.
"The Burlington Northern Pacific
Exress" is the great through train
leaving Kansas City daily for the
Northwest, Through coaches, chair
cars ι seats tree), Standard and
Tourist Sleepers to Butte, Helena,
Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle Portland.
Connecting train from Denver at
night joining this Northwest train
at Alliance. Neb.
Visit the Old Home—East
Home visitors' excursions to
points in Ohio and Indiana; dates of
sale September 2nd, 19th, Kith and
22nd; limit IK) days.
Also excursion rates to Ohio and
Indiana during the first week of
October at the time of the hig Orand
Army reunion in Washington, D. C.
TO* CHICAGO—The Burlington's
famous "Eli" is the best known and
most popular train from Kansas
City and St. Joseph to Chicago.
TO ST. LOI'IS—Two daily trains
carrying all classes of standard IJur
lington equipment.
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS
On the nrsi and third Tuesdays of
August, September and October, to
many sections of the west and north
west.
Consult nearest ticket aèrent or
write the undersigned for full Infor-1
mation, printed matter and the least |
cost of your proposed trip.
L. \V. AKELK V, General Pass
enger Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
\V. ANDREWS, Τ. P. Α., 309
CcoLlard Hldg., Dallas, Tex
S. M. LE\7'V, General Manager, |
St. Louis, >ft.
The
Midland
Road
CAFE CARS
Serve elegant meals at all hours on
train No. 5, leaving Paris at 4:35 p.
m. southbound and train No. fj, leav
ing Ennis at 6:50 p. in , northbound.
Emits, Vegetables, Meats, and all
the delicacies of the season.
Celebrated EureKa
Springs Water
served exclusively on all cars with
out charge.
Patronize the *Dd ehow
Cafe Cars 00 cfîÎtiôn^oi
the Texas Midland Railroad com
pany'· good service. For excursion
rates to Corpus Christ!, Rockport,
Kerrville, Wooten Wells. Marlln fed
Mineral Wells, writ·—
Waxatiaciiie
ONE DAY ONLY
WEDNESDAY
CHANCE FOR YEARS—EUROPE THIS
THE ROLL OF HONOR
Contain· nothing mora ntaatrfooa, tiofele ari4 «Tultrd lb a» the η nurse"
*■ · *
rtainiuK la quit· eoou«l> tocomwauu U
BUFFALO
U»D CONGRESS OF ROUGH RIDERS OF THE W
no *fc*rn or eubt»rfon« &Vmt It, ln»t at It 1» 1H!{* ,
. b«. lb* parti' IpmiU b*><· *11 >«*■« i"l to
Ttmbl
wntwl to b* lb* parti'ipmiU .
trate the arena* »hk-h tbey havn heretofore ♦oafttvl or.
fataooa In tbaope» Sridâul on thewerjMitb. llttAs WOO'. - .
aair* and aavant ahoutd Had r*»t owl fecwsîlaj» IB fttltwjiipf
an «shlbltlon again and again. af>d"mina-«!WS tsartrt Ihn"
mlaa an opportunity tn »ltn«e a<ff»Tfpr»stK'a%0Λ W£
- It t. a VERITaBLH KlW'RUARtT.N
aiewpllft*·. __ - ....
two 'Wed!* In exlat*>or», tracblng equ**trMfi|iflr» rnrtlltl
»H military tactic». conjoloed «lib an «on»··cwKwfiBlal ,
trntrd bjr tbe b< rwmrn «ad b»roee *>l pearl if t\fr* BAtjyu U3B but!). Ill** .-i
rlvl.l and |na|ilrti<K reproduction of btatoryîa dt'wf M»,"tl*l «jOÎtClffc#, g
pn-rfitMt by a detarbtaaut ol that· Baotfere tuirvei» ot«IUcÇiUitATJ? Atttll*
to nil future famed aa
. ROOSEVELT'S ROUGH RIDERS
t< >. · it» r niih ttxHr rnmpaolon patriot* sftd laarel-crowoad partgrsat Ot trkTtrr.
II.K jilti.o. ruduraorc and akllt, I be
United States Regular Cavalrymen
VHt h whom will 1n apfonffMt* !n**t>lrirticf^ntrftÀt,«οΊ ît1ti*UaHn* tb<* î;; vrÎA'J
fratunm <>/ t tw ;>r>«u<U>M ptonarrvtbool, sbeutoel varM Ami e&kjue 8>u«lfS*fuii vf
The World's Mounted Warriors
|ïri 1·;^' · r tr.'h»-r f<ir the flrat time tn htotory ta peaceful Hralry. and fr>t-aiU>g
y Λί.Ί * à hlMU'û t«f the broUe*rh<> >d ol niaa. Tba rotatar tmlufiaa
United States Cavalrymen and Artillerymen,
Cerman Cuirassiers, South American Cauchot,
Russian Cossacks, Siou* Indians,
Bodoum Arabs, Wild West Cowboy·,
Colonial Dragoons, Western Clrls,
Moxlcan Vaqueros, Cuban Patriots,
THE EQUESTRIAN NATIONS OF THE WORLD
, Al«J ft# η fitting 'hra ii to thle Alrvttity treawixJotai *η ti* «lite
OVER 1,200 MEN AND HORSES PARTICIPATE
. . THE MARINE DRILL.
U. S. Life-Saving Service
Incitiiilag I be (jjnTttJoB tJeh> *
Life Line and Breeches Buoy
A MOST THRILLING EVENT /
Tî. ■·■ ï* mri.·i l" **« a tfrnt th»· VVMtJ, VVcnt »}»h nil - f IN rr·îtitary
. t , i . ^ *.!»■ th· Pt(U<iUf <l5 Oi iilVlU/Α Τ H>M tr*>m
Prime ν «I Hion*cr up tu ip* *««ry · t t ·.*.*
Irrlujc t'pta. Mi»-#. u
MORE! COMPLirrn THAN KVtîR
IF SUCH Α ΤΗΙΜϋ .WERE POSSIBLE.
Street Cavalcade and Public Review
ON MORNINQ O- ARRIVAL.
Τ Ht GRAND &CCNIG EPI&OOE THIS YEAR IS THE REALISTIC MILITARY SPECTACLE, THE BATTLE OF
Tien-Tsin, or the Capture of PeKin
Two Perfonunces Daily—2 and 8 P. M., R&in or Shine
Admission, 50c a a Children Under 9 Years, 25c
Keeerv*Ml Seal h < iricludirg admlailon #l .i*l. On *a1p al Keymaller'a VN'ail l'«; er and Faint Stnr·».
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COU Ν I Υ TICKET
"or Repr 'p^Utirr :
J M A Li>EKI)|('K
"or District OU-rk
Tom BunLtemtTi
for County Jud^i*:
Lee Hawkins
for Gonnty Olerl*
Kuft Henuuk »:b
for Sheriff :
J. P. M inn ice
for Oonnty Tux « ♦■· »ot :
John McRlroy
for Tax P. li»-"?or·
FlU.IK hHAT< ItKB
for 3onrtv Hopt-rm1'■ <t - ι Hr> ι h
itra«·' <>" :
Ε D f'RinDLK
or -'o.· i *- IV ο»·. I r· ι in ι Ν . I
K. P. Ani'KK*in, ι m
An Old Story
But & Good One
We can help you to prosperity
by furnishing the printing that
will do you good. It will be
clean #nd have a style which
will cause busirless to come
your way. We combine fust
grade stock with first quality
workmanship.' Why don't
you let us figure for you? .
Enterprise Job Office]
Phone 148.
ι !
Foley'· Kidney Core makes the
diseased kidney· sound ao they will
eliminate the poison·. from the
blood. Told by B. W. Fearls.
So Say Them All
■»uiitniT' trotte. »·<ιΗ*·τ'β h»ff; To pi»»»#»·, for h* dotin'l Ufa,
V.tu ord»»r w ihhI tiwley, my And wt-'ll b·»· «utc ta Iiav#- h £uod flr*.
I'll lt-11 Ktoti»- Ilrot· I how*.
No, wait, I'll cull by Nu tr«ubi» wltfe Ston* Broe. wood
I'm make u Mr»·, it Ιιιιιΐι» »o jfoixj,
I told hi π ι and, voit bet, Tb»-y k<*«i> lb* h*wt hl<>ck wood i know
I ο λ*ί ddrv block»—h« w ti't IWgvt And to ihoir v*rd I'll nJwitvii gn.
STONE BROTHERS
South Κο^ΓΚ Sir<-fti. Nfw I'hon* 171. Old phott* Hi
, I . I. .
: ANNOUNCEMENT
! β - »·«·
η
Λ.
ψ y -

ft ι o '< ■*· dt-Micrj, ,
♦ y Waxahachie Feed <3r Fuel. Company
• 4 A, JACK*.
Ready for Y ou
\Vp want to <»tart your work for
you and ti.iv»· It r< nd.v for you when
you want it. We'll vi*·' you Work
that will !>♦* tounl to your lw*t «·
Λ piH'tatlnn* Vv< Ί1 put in mort»
* material that will war and alway·
look right.
We'll tiave the work done
at tlif tint*· we |>roiui*e
STEWART
He's the
PLUMBER
H ELLO, 257
Will Ralston & Company
wilt appreciate your orders for anything in
the line of Groceries and Fçedstuffs.... 1
Free delivery Store on Rogers street
,Buy Your Groceries
From /ι
V. TRIPPET
Member Grocer· and Butchers Association
Telephone 10 118 College Street
■I

xml | txt