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THE WAXAHACHIE DAILY LIGHT
VOLUME XI WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1903 NUMBER 202
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I An After
Thanksgiving
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This -.tore is :in all year round exposition of all that
is good to eat. The pure food reputation of this
st<»re has risen to its present eminence by virtue of
its fidelity to y«.»ur b >t interests, it lias unre
mittingly supplied you with the world's very best
foods at prices that unquestionably haw and .ire
meeting with greatest favor
Κ you've bought your Thanksgiving dinnei I :
you'll hav double r ison to eive thank tomorrow
If vou haven't—begin to tr ole with us n· vv. . . .
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J. Β. H INES
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SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES
)u->t received ι barre l of
Siuar H-us, Molat·.- >>
LE.IGH BROS. " I
Heating and CooK Stoves
Air ti^ht. I'lain Coal, Fancy Oaks and
* Franklin'^, full line Bucks and Excelsior
Cook St< es
Anti-Rust Tinware, VWl I r ! tn
Carver and Butcher Knives, hne line
winter lap robes
WAXAH ACHIE
HARDWARE. CO
L_). Β /WeCALL, /VAnrln^er.
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HOT DRINKS
♦ V-p.irox, Vigoral ♦
î H · > t Chov >1 ite ·
♦ with whipped ♦
♦ cream, and Boul- ♦
♦ lions ♦
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♦ On these we so- ♦
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I ronage. . ./. . ♦
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! THOMAS MOORE :
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BUSINESS
HOUSES
liavloir wid<-lv dis
tributed iuUTfit» will find an
abl* aaaietant in the : :
Lour iMatanc· T«»l«»|>hone
Try It
The Southwestern
Telegraph tod Telephone
Company
Me Alisier Lump Coal.
Since the \'olorad>>. strike I have
placed order for lin ear# McAliater
Lump coal, Àbie|r ia nov arriving
If you want ei||*r Colorado or Me·
Aliiter 'phone old 75, new 50.
JUi D. H. Thompson.
The beaety tof our >lifer la not ita
only good point, il· μώ» ia moder
ate aad ita qa^li y tb· b—t. Joe
A. Harris, tb· feffcUr.
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loal and Feed Stuffs.
Ί *>h ;>i> ι iff- .sl»'<'p. r Oraiit (
♦••r fancy il.if , Μι \ ι·· < r < <.al un
«Il kind* -Tf f·»·-1 ktuff», I'-iiwr·
I tu auy part of tlif city.
Mosley's
Cab
Service
"The
Perfect
System"
Indispensible to those
who want the best and
quickest service.
Tell central
to give you
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CONOEMOSLEY
Phone· 49
More than a Million.
According to the statements of the
three national banks of this city, as
published last Saturday, the a^iire
j «ate individual deposits subject to
J check amount to nearly one and
j a halt million dollars. This is a'most
'excellent showing and indicates ti at
J the financial condition of Waxa
hachie and her tra ie territory is in
splendid shape. It is estimated that
about two-thirds of these deposits
belong to the fanners in the coun
try tributary to Waxahachie. The
deposits a< shown by each bank art
as follows ■
Citizens National, S " ^ 14. î 1 ;
ι Waxahachie National, -4-'ί,
! First National, $·"ΐ72,Γι~· 77; total,
j fl,384,740.74.
Hoyls Comedy Company.
! No j. ipular prie d ;»ttraction i
ι better < r more favorably known
; ti an ι ιΐβ fn.-illfiit company whic!
will be at the opera house all next
jwwk, op'-:.-ink Moudiy rii„'ht, in
ι a scenic production of the - ·< 11i
im-io frani i, "Vail··. K-ntu -
j The company is ·ν ι·ΐι lare™r than
! ■» «■»··>-, ■ . ; .» -
.Dallas » ·, ι · : VVor ' -. · ;-··
j thosiasti' lOti.'-irprai ■■ durii.-r 11 e
j company's γμ·< nt en .·.·«. · !:.ι··ηι s in
j th« se ci! ι··*. I'll - -·. at»; ; '·.·, .. ind
r»c with In lit · It»·· Monda} ni^ht
I und'-r usual conditi ns.
invitations Received.
The VVaxahachie Iodiçe of Klk*
has receive! an invitation from ti <■
! Knni* I"to attend a ball in tt at
city Ί hAnk*;lving ι iRht, which will
be ni\en complimentary to M :. and
Mr· Ja» B. Murdoch and Mr. and
Mrs. J oh. RiiatiiDK.
An invitation also a ne f> m the
; Marshall F!k*> invitit . the lo.-al
! lodge to attend tf ·· i iication of
j their new I ill t.n Thanksgiving
: morning and t" ittetul .» reeep: ion
j in t! '· 'venins
Frank Chambers Killed.
hiaiik Chat l>er-, who is by no
{TTitim a Btr&T)$cr t" the officer· and
court* of Kills c .unty was ki led
yesterday ti,.-rtiii·.· in Kaufman
county. I <· killing w m I .ne by
Railey Ivy, w! ο surrendered to
Si eriîf Hembraon. In l! >· past few
year* Chambers ha* figured .piite
prominently in the courte of Kllis
and Kaufman counties He was
tried In tli»· district coart lier about
a year ajfo on a charge of cattle
theft, but wan a quitti ί A f*»w
i day· βχο I * w,i- an ••Ht»*d in Κ au Γ
ι man county ·ί » «■' trir»· f stealing
' cottou.
When Reuben Comes to To^n,
At tlie opera hou* I ir-.l iy,
j Nov Mr. J >hn T. Hall pr. -«n:
, the Μι,Ίι!; M - arch of Merry Mu
sical comédie», "When Reuben
'· ι Coiiien to I tu, in two acta, bj
'■ ■ Herman Revl«t, produced under tin
'' : «ta/·· din cttou <■· Mr. Ft ink Β
' Itlair. A mammoth banquet of inn
_ sfcal k'ayety, \ andeville and heautv
Six' en of tin test sm/in.: i;irlf
m America, stiictly hi .-h-class ainJ
refill»· I Tickets now η sale
t'rice* Κ·, c arid 1 im.
Hewar»· of Ointments for » atarrt
that Contain Mercury
*» nier<· . rt » . η .. J π »? τ «β ι if * ,r i
am! <·ιιηΐ( ■ > -rtiir '■> <■»> :.
MIWII'II ι til .» ■ »li I· ,» *urfa<·· —.i«.·I
Mticlf< -Ι..Ί ;j If·.'! I «Iiiri.·, i pr«
sn-rlpctin· lr«>m r.-putable pity- ·nm a> tk<
t! »ιη·«τ tn«·) .» « ten I .1 l > ! he *1**1 }οι
c»n p»·.-bl;· Wm fr· ■ ι lh■ t· II»; , ι mar··,'
Cur»·, m*nuf»< mrisi br ► J. ( nen*) Λ to
Toleio. Ο , eun'.an - r mercury, and -, 'aWiv
latent·'!), * It. J ■·.·:!> v*in tr-.> I m ,!
OlUCltû- s..rf».-· ■ if lh( - Λ - .-III 11. bu 1(1(1 Η· ·
I «Urrh i'urv· t»·-ui> 1 .. <« ιηί κ minor It Η
1·*<τ Mens' .1 a: ! mad. a 1.. ■ Uli·ο, b)
If. J t'hrr·»·) Λ ι iv-timon alt fr»·
Held b) lirucg -ι» 76o. per bottle.
Η·ίΓ· r»oilT) fill» are the bent
Petes" Menu for Tomorrow.
The following will be served ai
Petes' Thanksgiving dinne:
Oyst*1 K»up, baked turkey anc
potatoes, French peas and but
ter, ire χ h Irish potatoes, po
tato aalad, salmon salad, anc
dressed eg<s, fresh tomatoes, eel
ery, cocoanut cake, ambrosia, ant
pumpkin pie. U
Attention Woodmen.
All members of Kim Camp, No
46, W. O. W., are requested to b<
*u attendance next Tuesday night
Dec. 1. A banquet will be given bj
the camp and the geueral electiot
of officers for the ensuing year held
The Dallas High School footbal
team will contest honors with thi
Waxahaehle team ou the Trinitj
University gridiron tomorrow after
Mark Smith, C. C.
Will Hancock, Clerk
U1 noon.
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K1THH.
Mr. and Mrs. L·. D. Flageman,
M ay pearl, October 24, a girl.
J.C. and Fannie Morton, May-i
pearl, October*22, a girl.
J aines and Louella Montgomery,
near Forreetou, Octoeer 10, a girl
A. J. and Ida MoKeever, Palmar. I
Not. 17, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Riddle, near For
reeton. November 14, a >rirl.
B. L. and Carrie Com well, Wax·
ahacliie, November 1!·, a boy.
Torn and LuIa Thompson, Μι'·
ford, October IB, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hi ι
Milford, November 17, a jiiri
Kred and Ida Hrymt, I:··!:;». Oc
tober 27, a girl.
H. A. and Dollie Rud anan, Fer
rie, November 17, a /irl.
Walter and Lilli s;u-.v,i ι F
eigis, Vovei " r Ι*·, .ι irti-l.
■ r^e and M at· : ( an ■ >.· ■.· ar
Italy, Of · .!>· r . . twi:.«.
Mr and Mr-. M. H. Mark*, m r
Fotreiitoii. November iU, a boy
Mr. and Μι-. Η. Ί . <. <d'. -, hear
Hard well, Nov. 12, a .irl.
Mr. and Mrs. Artbur White, Bard
well, Ν vemt» r 14, a b y.
Mr. J Mrs. I.. C. H I. :.· »:
Forreeton, November 22, a !"
Γ··*,·, and Julia Harper, ,ηι-ai Λ ν a
ion, October 12, a girl.
Κ. A. and Ella Saunier*. near
Avalon, November 1. a boy.
t. 1.. and Fannie Webst ne »r
Avalon, November 22, a boy.
J . H. and Ethel Hinckle, torn < talc,
November 22, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. (' Patman, n< ir
November 22, a _· i r i
« ». » . n i M rs. Ο ill : it , !■· ir < · »k .
No\ ►•mb"r 17, a boy
J. H. and < onnie M· rn- «r
Oak , ' »rt"lter _ a bov.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Reaver, ne a
Ozro, November 12, a trirl.
Olin and Mvrtle Hlat h r
( > ik . Nuvi inber 2", a gli t
< . I), and Delia l'ettit, Mayp· irl.
November Γ·, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hancock,
M typearl, November % i-.y
DKATH8.
Itifant if L 1). Fagleman, M a\ -
pearl, November 11).
H. I. Caldwell, age tiô years, Mil
ford, Ν ovember 11.
Η 1 ο y d Henry, a^re 1 year, Ray,
October M.
Allii'e Vincent, a » 1 year, Ellis
county, October
ror the Poor.
It is expect» 1 that durin,;t ap
pr mchiiu' winter there will be mai
I call> for assistance froin those ii.
.lUlreas. These calls cannot t>· j.c
η ο red hv ii · η and wo::, u wit!
iiearts. A few minutes "f th<
ι Thank s j-n ; · servit·" at the Ml hi
Strf t Christian church I 1 urstiaj
'will bed1* 'ted to takin.; a colh
tion for this purpose. ! !ie res|ni.
eibility rest s upon us all. Lot uh
give an hour t « » the ΊΊ a ι ks„-ivit .
service and let our ΤΙ ι:Λ·_μ\ i· .·
tak·' ι practical turn.
The Pastors.
Remember preyernieetin* at t ·
Methodi>t c jurch touiij'.t
How
would a cup of H' >t
Chocolate "strike"
you just now? We
know ours can't be
beaten anywhere.
It is "out of sight'
and we like to see
you put it out of
sight
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HERRING
Drug
Company
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Some men have to be
made by their Clothes
S 10.00, $12.50 and SI5
$18.50.
$20.00 and $22.50. . .
Come in and see those
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Buy Your
Thanks=
giving
Dinner I
from
KELLEHER
Turheye, Cranberries, Celery,
Malaga Grapes, Oranges and
Apples, Port Limon Bananas,
English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts,
Almonds and Pecans
Anything you want for
Thanksgiving Dinner at
JIM KELLEHER
Both Phones No. 5

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