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THE WAXAHACHIE DAILY LIGHT
VOLUME XI WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1903 NUMBER 144
Coffees
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You've all heard about the traditional "coffee ·)
that mother used to make,"—well if you use ·)
Ferndell, or (·
Chase Ô Sanborn's Jj
you'll all enjoy the same delicious, invigor- ·)
ating beverage. It hoki> an appetizing, *a4- ·)
isfying flavor and arom^ that is found in no (·
other brand. . . . ·)
In grades at 20c to 35c per pound. Φ<ί
5 pound packages £1.00 wj
4 pound packages 1.00
3 pound packages 1.00 _<
The celebrated Mocha and Java Coffees ·)
1 c >und tins .4* ) (·
2 pound tins ... .7ς ·)
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J. Β. Η I Ν Ε, S g
PHONE NO. 3. aa ROGERS ST J?
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WHEN YOU BUY
Golden Gate Coff ees
you £et your money's worth
both in quality and quantity.
Leigh Brothers I
PHONES 54
Waxahcchie
HARDWA R E,
Company
Sells the
Buck's Stoves and Ranges
D. AAcCALl_, Mano^er.
We will »ell you a machina on
• acli terme that wlim you ha*e
paid for it ynu r*n't nil»* th· money.
Phone U·. The Sln|T*»r < »flU-e. tf
X The Daily Markets J
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M «•nth. Open. Ckn«.
!x plein ber .11 Χι 1144
October 9.ÎJ8 y.!*;
November . ll.XU 'J.7S
December 9.W7
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Month Open. I'l me.
8epteinb<-r . lU.Ty 10.77
Oflnlmr . 0.79.... 9.M
November . -— .. '.MU·
I)t>ci*mbt'r .. il.iiS ... .It
Jmiliary tt.tt· . !) lis
March !».7·.·. . . '.«.77
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Wheat
Kepteinber .
I>««r»n)bfr
May βψζ
Com
September 51'4
December ΓΛ".
May S9%
Oat·
September M .
December 3S".
May 40
WAXAHACHIB ΜΑΗΚΙΓΓ.
Cotton—
Haai· Middliutt 10.25
UM'AI. KKCKIITM.
!»<|uare bale· 10S)
Hound bale· 1172
λ YELLOW FEVER SCARE
Reported thai Mexican Woman
Died from the Disease.
Considerable excitement was cre
ated in East End early this morn
ing by the circulation of a report
that a Mexican woman died from
yellow fever in "that part of town
last night. The fears of the people,
however, were allayed when the
physicians who examined the wo
man pronounced her death due to
other cau*es and that she showed
uo signs of having had yellow jack.
The woman came here several
days ago with a party of roving
greasers from the laud of the Az
tec». While camped on the creek
in Kast Etid the woman took sick
and some time last night she died.
She was in destitute circumstances
and will be given a pauper burial by
the city aud county.
In this connection it miiiht be in
teresting to the reading public to
know that there have been at least
two cases of yeilow fever in Ellis
county. Many years ago when Maj.
Rogers was conducting a hotel in
Waxahachie a traveler took sick in
the hotel one night and was ill sev
eral days. After he was able to
travel and left it was learned that
he had been suffering with an at
tack of yellow fever in a mild form.
About thirty years ago Mitts Ida
Hay ne*, now wife oi John J. <tid
ilitu's of F..mis, contracted the dis
ease at Calvert where her father
lived. Her uncle, Jim Young, lived
on C iambers creek near where the
town of Forreston n«tw stands and
it was decided to remove the young
lady to his home and place her un
der the treatment of a young physi
cian named l>e Hardeleheti, who was
practicing m»dlcine in that com
munity. The y<»ung physician
airreed to take Kit* charge of the pa
tient and she w»s promptly removed
there and placed under his care.
She soon be^an showing kijiis of
Impr ivement and in a few we<<ks
was fully recovered, but young I>e
Hardeleben contracted the disease
while waiting on tier and died after
a short illness. So far as is known
this wan the only death from tt:* dis
ease that ever occurred in the
county.
New Laundry for Waxahachie.
Mr. S. <>. Fullersou, recently of
Maugum, Okla , ha- bought a plant
aud will soon move it to thi- city
and establish a laundry. Mr. Ful
lersou» is an «-xpertence iauiidrv
man and says .'·■ intend* to give the
people of this city flrst-clas> s'-r
vi ·>· In his line.
He ivy running machines can be
made to run H<nt by letting W. H
Cleveland repair and clean them.
Both phones. tf
Prof. Campbell's Recital.
The recital given at the Universi
ty last night by Prof Campbell and
hie çlass, assisted by Mr. Geo. A.
Land rum, of the department of ora
tory, was a rare treat to those who
attended. The audience was not as
largf as it fihould have bf en consid
ering the high class of the enter
tainment. The ladies quartet never
appeared to better iidvantage. Kach
member was in good voice and the
audience could not he satisfied until
they responded to the encore after
each number. Mr. Campbell's sing
ing was splendid and Mies James
added new laurels to her already
high reputation here as a soloist.
Prof. Landrum made his first ap
pearance before a University audi
ence and his work met instant ap
proval. As an impersonator he is
easily the peer of any who have ap
peared in this city, aud in his hum
orous sketches he kept the house in
a continua! roar of laughter.
Trinity University lias t ime fine
talent; a« good as any institution in
the countrv. Our people seem to he
a little slow in recognizing the merit
of these young men and young wom
en, but if they would only go out
and hear them once no future en
tertainment bv the members of the
music class and department of ora
tory would !><· missed. The enter
tainments jfivfii there are far and
a way better than the most of the
operas which w< pay one dollar to
hear. Eno >urage the talent of the
University by yojr presence at
their recitals and you will see the
institution grow and become famous
throughout the state. Aay institu
tion is appreciated abroad accord
ing to the measure of appreciation
Kiven it at home. Standby l'rinity;
it is our institution.
21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC.
H. H. Foster, 31.4 S. 2d St., Salt
Lake City, writes: "I have beeu
bothered with dyspepsia or indiges
tion for 21 years; tri«-d many doctors
without relief; recently I got a bot
tle of Herbine. One bottle cured
me, I am now tapering off on the ,
second. I have recommend·^ ft to
my friends; it is curing them, too." ι
fiOc at Hood Λ Martin.
On
Earth
cat) you buy better
Clothing than the kind
we now have ready tor
you? There'? a great
many places where you
can buy a fall suit. That's
true enough, but are they good as ours, is the ques
tion. We conscientiously believe we have the best.
What we believe is what every man who buys from
us year in and year out, tell us. An old-time custom
er said yesterday, "it's no use trying elsewhere, your
clothes are the most satisfactory." And he spoke
from experience, too. We want you to fee! that your
clotning money must earn more here than it can else
where. Ready now, completely ready, with every
thing to clothe you from head to foot
Bachelor 10 Cent Cigar
• - - Save Your Life— Not the Bands - - -
FOR SALE BY
J. B. HI NES, Waxahachie, Texas
Weather Forecast. COMING EVENTS.
Sfpt. "Jl.—Opening of Park Public
Tonight an 1 Saturday fair; warm- gc|U,„i.
Thu'rBdU. m*x Ml: rmn.41. S,-TU. tent meeting
Γ I) Lonuhkkuk, Sept. 2S. —Con veiling ot the Die
OhsnrvMr trior Court.


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A Plentiful Supnly |
of Most Wanted Gloves
We are exclusive a. nts t >r I idles Kid Glides
made· by Francis T. Simmons
facturer who has established a hi. ι reputation,
and careful to live up to' that reputati >n in his
latter day productions. For lasting u irin_i qual
ities and perfect fitting, \\ · highly rec mimend
these gloves. They have all the newest ditch
ings and come in all shades, besides, prices could
not be smaller for the qualiti —and th ■ i^sort
men.t is complete and large. ....
These Cloves are an exceptional pnposition as
the oiality i> tar beyond the pri; .
J rhe f imiliar and admit ■ :
ïBead WorK
» Of Colonial times, manyexampl >
of which are amonj: treasured
{ heir looms of today, is a^ain in
popular favor, and employing the
most skilled workmen in the de
coration of objects of per -nal
convenience
We have tor your inspection
many beautiful and useful •sim
ples of bead work in Chatalain
Bajis, Chains, Etc.
Beaded Belts at >1.00, $1.50, >J.o0
Neck Chains at 25c to 53.50
Nothing prettier—nothing more stylish
Wrist 6 Hand Bags
Here is a chapter of bargain t ;t -.
It's ea^y to figure the living
when such bargains ire offered.
Gray Hand Bag ;n gl.i
'TCp
purse, plated trimmings · Jv
Tan Wrist Bag—Leather, well
lined, holding card case and'
change purse
Hand Bag—(iray ith. ^ Λ A
L* · V/Vf
Wrist Bag—Li/ard skin, spun glas
lined, holding pungent, ^ CA
card case, change purse »·3ν
We ha\e a large, elegant and varied
line of these, some as low as 50c
What Drugs
Are Pure?
Do you know? Does
your neighbor know?
Have you e\ ι r talk
ed with anybody
not a iruggist or a
doctor who did
know?
We Know
When we tell you
that every dru# that
we use in our pre
scription work, or
in putting up ans
medicines, is pure,
we know that we
speak the truth. . .
No guessing at it.
We test our drugs
and know they are
pure. Remember
this when your next
prescription is ready
to be tilled
HERRING
Drug
Company
See
McManus'
forJFlne, Reliable
Vehicles
The
Popular
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Livery is known by
the rigs it sends out. My
Landau and Brougham
are greatly used by those
who like a tine cab. I
always keep them ready
for hurry calls
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CONDEMOSLEY
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