Beat Sbces for
ihe school child
and mi is are
our welt soies
— $1.50 up
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When Your Doctor Gives
You a Prescription ♦
likt :is not all drug «tores look alike to you, ;m<l you take it to +
the nearest one. But you want your prescriptions tilled the way ♦
your doctor orders with the purest, the freshest, the best ^
quality of drugs that money will buy -don't you? Then come to «
Hood & Martin ΪΤο Ϊε" Γο""" \
try NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Oolds, Bronchitis, Asthma
Pneumonia, 11 sty Fever,Pleu
risy, LaGnippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Thioatt, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Price 50c an 4 SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
T. P. HOLT 4M
Veterinary ·£ Surgeon
vJrfnpr me your h«rsen and mules for
treatment of hoaree I guarantee
cure :: :: :: : : j
One mile wesi of Courthouse on
A A £ A Sardis Road A Â Λ A
Ί hat suite the people is
the Kind I turn out, and
at reasonable prices :
Oivt* nie a trial order.
I r 1
K&clueive Book aud Job
In the ttaeeaient.
Phone 40. Waxahaehie. Tex.
i* loUYcetml *uut ehoulrf know
hIhkU iii«> woiwlrrf i*
MARVIl Whirlinq Sprav
Tfce imw ?Λ«*·ιι1 ή» rte**· / H}f.
i«*n« a»·/ Suctfy»,
M < ►»»* P<m« Vfi »#fit
ûr ilruffl·* fcr I
i f h · ι not supply <
Μ \ H\ Κ I.. Ik»«*pt ι
• ii Ιι·-*Ι . I· MM)d StiAHl I
book ·*·»*««.I. n..w
nil i' trln ulari* »n«iίι» *\ J
10 liMiMM M%RV«CI. i Ο..
Κ<>ΟΜ ί* H 'ΓI« KH Ul.IW*l\*W YtiKK
Big Load of Pecans.
T. J. York, who lives on one of
Marion Mulligan's farms on Trinity
River, was here last Friday with a
load of 1300 pounds of pecans, which
fie readily sold, realizing about #00
for the load. The wagon bed
without the sideboards was entirely
filled with these nuts. He says he
and his family gathered them in
just a lew days. This was the lar
gest quantity of pecans ever sold
here in one lot.
Have you tak*y a look at those
medalion* at th<* Nickel store. 78
Mr. All en Drinkard and daughter,
Miss Laura, are herethisweek from
Limestone county visiting his
nephew, R. D. Hudson. Mr. Drink
to'ard is a prominent citizen of that
county arid this is his first visit Wax
ahachie aud ne expressed himself
as being favorably impressed with
this enterprising little city. He
says he is a frequent visitor to
Waco, but he thinks Waxahachie is
a more desirable place to live, es
pecially since Trinity University
was located here.
Fruits at half pr^ée at the Nickel
store. u 78
Called communication of Waxa
hachie Lodge No. 90, A. F. A A. M.
tonight. Work in E. A. Degree.
Visiting brethren welcome.
Walter A<&er, W. M.
Geo. G. Pierson Sec'y.
Apples 15c and J50c doz. Nickel
store. ν 78
Foley's Honey and Tar cures
coughs and colds and prevents pneu
monia. Take no substitutes. Sold
bv Β W. Fearis.
~ zf —
Kaunas 20c doz. ^Cickel store. 7S
"Watch The Kidneys." j
"When the3' are effected, life ii in
danger," says Dr. Abereathj',: the
great English physieian. honey's
Kidney (Jure makes sound kidlieye.
When you wattt/a good beok to
read, select it ijp6m those at the
Nickel store. / 78
I PERSONALS |
ααλαλ« A * A -*■ A ^ ·* AA
H. Hellanrt was in Dallas today.
W. J. Bnie vu a v*»itor to Dallas
W. A. Brigge went to Dallée this
J. M. Cooke was here today from
.Miss Min-iie Sims-visited in Dal
Attorney J. Lea Gammon was in
Win. Chambers of Ennis was in
the city today.
Harry Phillips went to Dallas
H. A. Pierce left this morning on
;i trip to the West.
C. W. Kent returned last night
ι from San Antonio.
J. C. Kimmel of Midlothian was
in the city today.
Mrs. S. K. Ray has returned from
a visit to Stamford.
VV. A. Killman returned to Cor
sicana this morning.
Judge S. R. Frost of Corsieana
was in the city today.
Mrs. Henry Anderson and mother!
visited in Dallas today.
Miss Finnie Ablon, of Dallas, is
the guest of Mrs. Rorschow.
Deputy Sheriff Joe Minnick was
a passenger north this morning
over the Katy.
Roling Sweatt and wife have gone
to Shawnee, Ok., where they will in
the future reside.
H. A. Hodges, representing the
I National Lyceum Bureau, was in
I the city this morning.
Mrs. Ε. 1'. Shands and little
daughter, Edna, left this morning
for Forney to visit relatives.
Dr. 8. W. Moore of Van Alstyne,
who has been visiting relatives in
the city, left this morning for home.
Mrs. J B. Gordon, of Franknton,
Texas, who has been the guest of
Mrs. J. L. McManus, has returned
Conductor W. M. Hanney of Fort
Worth was here today as a wit
ness in a damage suit against the
Mrs. YV. J. Buie returned last
night from Wolfe City where she
went last week to bo present at the
marriage of her sister.
J. L. Deegan was summoned to
Cleburne last night to attend the
bedside of his sister, Mrs. H. A.
Woods, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. L. O. Matkin, mother of
Mrs. J. H. Ra^land, returned Sun
day ni~ht from Alabama where she
spent three months visiting rela
Evangelist P. M. Fitzgerald re
turned home last night from Ard
tnore where he has been conducting
a revival meeting for the past ten
Rev. J. C. Smith went to Dallas
this morning to attend a meeting of
the board of trustees of the Waxa
hachie Chautauqua and Bummer
As Old Age Greeps On
Men and Women Can Keep
Themselves Hale, Vigorous
and Happy by Using
The human *yst*m in «Id ape
must h;»v« » lutftcfenl store of nerv
ous energy, and rich, nourishing
blood, β'» that the liver and kidney?
may be kepi in perfect action, and
the body free from pain. Paine's
( fiery Compound is the true invigo
ratot and old a^c· Creeps ou and tilt
vital [l'is'crs commence to fall.
Paine's Celery Compound civi-s the
needed stimulus to digestion and as
similation mat the system requires;
it maintains a regular supply of
pure blood, and removes such
troubles as rheumatism, neur&igia,
nervous weakness,heart palpitation,
liver complaint and digestive dis
turbance s, that make the live·, of
old people miserable. Rev. John
Rice, .Scotch Grove, Iowa, says:
"My wife and I have used two
bottles "f Paine's Celery Compound
with great advantage to general
health. It cured h^r rheumatism
and proved a good regulator of the
system in general and a tonic for
the nerves. In my own case I have
found it a cure for kidney trouble
arising from old ape, as I am now in
my 75th year. In this trouble it lias
given me almost instant relief."
Do not throw away old ♦
« clothes. Make them ?
J look like new with £
t DIAMOND DYES *
Direction hook ami 4Λ
* dyed samples free «
♦ DIAMOND DYES, J
Burlington, N't. *
Mrs. J. T. VVilbanks and daugh
ter of liullard Heights have gone
to <iainesvllle to attend tlif bedsld*
of lier sick brother who is not ex
pected to live.
Mrs. E. Brantley and MIseBcotta
McMillan, who have visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Once Ooodvln and
and other relative» in the city f«»r a
month or more, left thin morning
for Antlers, I. T., where Rev.
Brantley is pastor of the Presby
The Nickel pt^r* has just opened
up 1000 booW»^ by good authors,
srood books, <fl*>th binding, to s«ll at
15c and f Of course you may
not find the one you want but come
and see any way. 7H
Out Of Death * Jaws.
"When death seamed very near
from a severe stomach and liver
trouble, that 1 bad siitffT<<l with for
years," writes I*. Must·, Durham,
Ν <\, Dr. Kind's New Life Pill»
saved my life and gave perfect
health." Best pills ομ earth arid
only 25c at HerrinyrSparks drui;
Have you takjrti a look at those
medal ion* at tlws Nickel store. 7s
I will oj»en <j«r wheat field ad
joining sftow ground for hitching
purpose* Wednesday. 1 have three
men en^lyyed to look after your
vehicles, and will charge
fee for hitching. Come
[Ué to ÛOc pound. Nickel
We wish to state to th<* Kood peo
ple of Waxahachie that w« expect
to take a rest for a month <>r κο*·
I but the work will ir>> on with
and Mrs. Odom in charge. Wf are
fxpcctlnit them In thi« week. We
! trust you will stand hy them tit the
I future as you have us in the put.
j Believing you will w<· believe for
I victory In the future. We will re
| main in Waxahachie for h rent,
[helpline Capt. Odom in the war.
j Ood bleas Waxahachie for her
'hearty co-operation in the past,
j We remain a* ever your friend in
Christ (.'ait. and SI lis. <!μ>Κ»·ε.·
Since the above wait put in type
j we have received order» to "far<
| well" from the Waxahachie corps
j and Captain and Mr». Odom will
take charge here eotne time this
I week. We will go to Kinney a»
j noon as new officer* arrive. We
I wish to thank the gwod people of
Waxahachie for their kindneas in
th<- paat and wish them to aland by
the captain in the work. (Jod blet»·
1 the people of Waxahachie
Caw. Ο ko κοκ.
When you want a good bonk to
I read, select it from t'io*e at the
I Nickel «ter*· 7t>
Meeting o! Eiks.
The H. 1\ <>. Κ. lodg·· will! m#wt
- tonight in regular session. At!
; members ami νtailing brother» are
I requested to 1κ· pr«ietil.
J B. HlSEH, Exaltai Ruler.
China-ware ftyi be bought cheaper
• at the Nickel *r>·re. "I»
Νever Ask Advice,
j Wh»»n you have a cough or cold
j aon't uk what is good tor it and get
; some medicine with little or no
; merit and perhaps dangerous. Auk
I for Foley'· Houey and Tar, tb«
greatest throat and lung remedy, it
cure* cough· and cold* quickly.
Sold by B. W. Ke*ris
China-ware e*li be bought cheaper
at the Nickel sLAre. TH
Tonight there will be given a pho
nographic concert on »outhweet
corner of public square Every
body invited to be present
C. A. A K.NOU).
University Annex Addition.
The Ferris farnyjuet ^ast of, and
adjolniitethe i'ofversity «round* ha*
been lal|i off iyMilock* of from two
to five if'ree /auh, and will be known
as the Τ ni^rslty Annex Addition.
8everi»Ki>tocki» have already been
reservgd-by prospective builder·. It
you wènt a large lot convenient to
Cniveralty and the city at a reas
onable prices, and on easy terms,
see Mr. J. M. Lancaster who will
take pleasure in showing you the
Applet 15c and 20c do*. Nickel
A Doien Time· a Night.
Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton Ftrry,
W. V*., writ·*·: "I hare had k»d
iiPT and bladder trouble for i*·'*·
"Hftitl it became »o had that I wa« ob
liged Γη rwfriHi if Jeaetadaewa""**
a nlgfit. I never r«-o!PVII
manant benefit from anr me
until I took Foley'» Kionev Cui
After lining two bottle*, I un no*
cured." Sold bv H. W. K«arl·.
I,adi<-n mud (Jent· clotliiiigel^ariedl
preottetJ, repaired, nothing made t*
order. Second hand clothe* bough'
and »old. A share of your patron
•K<· solicited J. H. I'errin, t
213 Kttt Main 8't.
! > an iter In Kali Cold·.
Kali cold* are liable to hang on all
winter leaving the »»·«<!» of pnenl
uiotda, bronchttia or roncumptioi]
Foley'· Honey and Tar cur»·» quick Γ
I\ and prevent· *erioa· remit·. ii
i« old and reliable, tried and t«*ted|
»afe and noire, c<>utain· n«> opiate/
.l!»«l Will !(.>t e.itlotipate Sold by
Kruit· at half price at the XickeJ
Ε,. S. BOZEJ
Furnlah plan» »η<1 «pacification», ο
contract yvor building·. Beat oj
refer*»0M. Builder of the Chita
tauqua auditorium. Would like t
figure with tlioif conteuiplatiD
locating in Wasahadhi#—
MRS. C. J. GRIGGiiJ
Representing Cbu. A. 8teven·
Mro·., Chicago, ttw great ladle*
furnishing house, ha a full line (φ
beautiful «ample* and plate· of
Huit·, Skirt·, WaltU. and ·»
8h« would be pleased to hftv*
ladle» call feed »«e them.
101 MARVIN AVENU]
Horace Hay woo
H Ο H S F. Β H Ο Κ Κ
With .Γ Ν Andtraon. Ill Wtigrj
Huit», to your mew· Mfl ftft
urc. made In town fiUiUU I
Pants to yonr m«aeur«, #C nil
made in town VUiUU I
Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing hi
Preaeing a specialty. A nhare
your trade will bo appreciated.
Rumney Ù Perrla
110 W. Alain at. Phone 10U <t ring!
Ν E> W STYLES ?
At; the photographer·' convention recently held In ♦
Sap Antojrto all the new stylée and ideas in Photog- J
raçhy w^re shown «
Wé hare adopted several of the latest styles in τ
nio\o*C, backgrounds, etc., which we take ifeat 2
pleasure in showing ♦
WE HOLD FOUR MEDALS FOR BEST WORK
E. HUDSON, Photographer X
25 Per Cent Discount Sale
From now until November f irst all orders will be
taken at 25 Per Centf Discount Φ We have just
received a new ljne of White Hats in all the popu
* lar shapes; will àlsci have a new line of Pattern
> Hats to show you this weeK Φ Give you the best
1 workmanship, moèt correct styles and finest
1 selection of matenal in the south Φ Your patron
1 age solicited 00000a
MISS MAI PORTER
If yoti are looking for «*
clnslveness, novelty and
beauty; If yon are looking
for variety, moderateness
of price, this big Curtain
and Drapery department of
ours will interest you. The
fail stocks are now oomplete
and fairly bristl·» with novel
tics in fine Laces, beautiful
Portiers and lovely Draper
i·-?. t»f all sorts and descrip
tions, all I Ik1 latest tapes
trf"*, velours, ami other
materials for fine upholstery
ami drapery work.
Lace Curtains from $1.25
to IS.jO a pair.
Drajj^ries from l.Vc yard to
$2.00 yard. (
s«d« agents for Cohen Hros.
A ('<·'« celebrated Dobbinet
Ruffled Curtains, lh« «well
window drapery. Dainty
The Only Housefurniehing House iu tVaxahachie
When You *re in Need of
Βλ *ure to aee me and learn my prices flret, end I
to givn yon »«· good work M the best
Mercer Walker At m m
Buy Your Groceries
Member Grocer* and Butcher· A»»oe
Telephone 10 118
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