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VOLUME XI WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS, TUESDAY.
Daily light
FEBRUARY 16, 1904 WUMBER 273
I Evaporated Fruits!
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·) Is where we are strong. Our line \s com- ·)
ζ# plete. We can give you the best goods to ·)
be had and they are cheap. Cheap prices ·)
on everything. Come to see us or phone (·
us your orders. : : : : : ·)
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S J. B. HINESS
J PHONE NO. 3. aa ROGERS ST
®S'· <^0 S · *5*3*® Φ w«5-w' · · Λ·®
a What shall we have for dessert?
X Let us decide for vou.
I i£s JELL=0 i
Delicate. Delightful and Dainty
In the following flavors. Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. : : :
LE.IGH BROS. Ph5°r ^
We have just unloaded car a
Moon Bros, and Coiumbus Buggies ï
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BucK Stoves and Ranges, Ex
celsior CooK and Heating Stoves
See our City Mail Boxes
W AXAH AC HIΕ
HARDWARE, CO
D. Β McCALL, Manager.
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WALLACE. ô CO
Will I ι nu »! Viii !r«·» r< «riot :*· ·· .|. .»« . »«
hlr h#· »'·|ιΐ All kind· >>f ι u titrr pr· ifm·» k··{>« : * ..<1
il·', t » »<-r» fl»i< »t bran I ■ t (' or, filai ·..{· il t > » .
n. Sw.ft . Ηλι » Kill Hre*kf»<it Ht».- ι
t met. : - t.)')u*rt<-r* f'«r niij'it iiiif en i t! ji ·«
line. ιί*>ΙΙν*Γχ t«> nuy pert n| <·|!ν.
N->rîh Sid·. S^u tr.
Both Ρ!.one -
PRESERVES
W» ti*V(» t full line ut Ο·κ1·οα tn.J Hrauit iflc t«d
|ιγ»μγτμ ami ,"llir«, »uoh »» »tr»w iwrry, r*»|>b**rrv
pitted i-h«»rri«<·, piu«*|>[>l«, n«*cti, ·««· It bnviiu
th«e« »ί·■·>«!·· r« iiu-rnh«T (hulntn and Η rami «r>* ι ■
(«■•t. W· huuil· no »th*r Οίτη u· » triai <trd*r
£f J. P. WaKeland e)
South Side Grocer. 4/4 Both Phone*
BARGAINS IN HOMES
Du* lexas Γ Me and I rust Cu liters
for saie some rvuniern »ur to :>i\ n*>m
cottages centrally located, and within
ά tew blocks of the court house, it
prices ranging from SS54» to #1100,. .
For particulars » see , . . ,
Ε. H. GRIFFIN. I
MiQM|«r > He^l 4 l.»tAt«f j* Oepurtmont ι
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MS I \Û 1*
Ά RUSSIAN CRUISER IS BLOWN UP
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Struck a Submarine Mine in the Harbor at
Port Arthur Last Saturday.
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Special to the Daily Light.
St. Petersburg, February 1 ·ί. — has reach*J : ere of the destruc
, tion of the Russian cruiser Ravarar last Saturday in the harbor tC Port
! Arthur. The cruiser struck a mine in the sari ^ manner as did the trans
port Yenisf. The vessel was totally wrecked by the explosion 'tn l l!-7
! men and oflicers are all reported lost.
• GERMAN CRUISER EIRED UPON.
Special t > the Daily Light.
St. Pet«r*barg, February 16 A telegram dat> i at .he -adqinir, .·«
of Viceroj Alesioff in Port Arthur s-»j-s: Πι*· German cruispr H.uisa
ί w ilch wa·* »«nt to remove German subject·» from Pom Ar;h;:r w.-ι» ';r»»d
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Î upon by Japanese warship·. The German cruiser >uj on bo:*rd alarme
'.number of Russian women an 1 childreu.
INFORMATION WAS WANTED
A Request was Made for Name of
Commercial Club President.
Editor Daily Light:
Recently 1 had a request for the
hush»· of the president of our com
mercial club, and had to reply, "w<·
have no commercial club."
it aeema to me ttiat the lite of oar
'•tty demand* thin kind of an organ
ization, with mine of our live hum
n»»*i men at the head · > f it to ad ver
ti»»< our Γ··*">ιιrcet» We bave th»·
fwxt class of citizenship, wh ι never
start anything an i fail, as demon
strated by the successful entertam
; ment >f <<>ην»<ι,lions widch av··
met here within t!.·■ ; t»*t f-w y< ir*.
I the eotum mill* and Trinity l ui
vi-rniiy.
H<iwe%. r, this is an η.·»· «ι! adv» r
ι Using and punit, and If «· *le«-p on
»»ur ιίλικ we «ill wi«* '<> find r;ul
roads iiul busio»-·* · nterprises h»**d
. lux for other center» You have
»iHat*>·! t! IK <Jtl«**tt<itl once tιf twice
in y<>ur ·<)|αιη&κ cauyouii'it < · 11 ^ ■
ο* ftxtiii, thi* lime t > actien?
Γ. Η Η ν·»)Λ
Λ Sensational Report.
Lit* yesterday afternoon a report
; r< .«-he i til·· »! erlfT's >tti<*»· from th»·
f'luntry i>eiw»'ei( Maloney Hid \va
lon that a yotmii I ··% t ν l'ail been
! criminally assaulted. Deputy Sher
| iff hurt»·-· atil .torn slant < only At
ι irney VIcKae left 1mm· diatel ν for
t at place t.. π ι ak.· tnv «ιόι,.ιι f
the matte; J'hev w«*r·· ηΊ abl· tu
[••am mv! .· ^ if t I » «fihie n ,uir·
witi· reference to T. f ι ■ >lf.· κ which
. w** r«»i"»rted i·· : :« enf · I· art
! tnent. The yotiriK woman in rjue·
tl >n w It ! iinl, hut she m, t- badl·
excited uid c.>oId -ive t! » officers
little h ri it ι ti »· w ■»» of ,
* aiue ! il·· Ν m r··"! ha· l>·· ι
made
M l ier» ι an Ίι ly ;ινο Η'dev a
Honey and l'ar tu t! Bir cl ildr«-n f >r
I <· ■ »u κ '■ « » I >lds. ι ! » -ti,.
j opiat·· ■» ι ι >r oti ι ■ 11. ! ι · ·.
; H W Ke,»rl*
New
Toilet
Soaps
revived yesterdav tn
four churminu: tnlors . .
Knglish Hawthorne
Divine Violet
Purple A/aiea
Clover Links
I he pettuim* n\ it ι> η t
all thai recommends it
either; it's whole
ip. i'rtv v· UK
a ν tki1, i cake* tn a box
W
»nstanti\ < »rrv m
ail the loading
.eft wed
Λ I* Hi H*
Herring Drug Cu
W ι\.ιϊι.κhie. I.'vas
The Play Last Night.
Λ beautiful play, an excellent ea«t
and an elaborate production, could
anything further be de»ired? The
audiences at th« matin«e and night
ρ rformances of "The Greatest
Things iu the World" at the Grand
yesterday thought not. Indeed, it
ι* doubtful if any attraction w··
have had this season has given |
more genu'nn pleasure.
M first Rush Coghlan was very
disappointing as Virginia Bryant,
the ipiiet and sustained power of
the woman that should have male
itself m tin· earlier phases of the
drau * il· t Ix'ii.l' sufficiently marked
As tli« story progrea>ed, howen-r,
she ro»" magnificently to the r»·
fpiiri <>uts of each striking situa·
ti h. an ! was ansolntely niaet>*rl
in -une of til· more powerful cli
max* s In the flie and passion of
the third a ;t one forgets that the
actress had lint up to that lime,
; ; >v«!i especially convincing as tf ·■
loving, self-governing mother.
Hound after round of applause
greeted Miss (.v. Man's ι tforts in
t! i- notable seen in i »! e was com·
[m»I1( d to respond to several most
'•nthuelastic curiat>< chIIs August »
lia Herald.
I ι - .ir it actress will be seen at
ti.e opera house Thursday night,
(-.!>· i· I .-•••at ~ »! tiow * ι -a:·
Prti - .·. il IK) and »! *>.
Splendid Investments
In Clothing. . . .
There's enough of cold weather due us yet to make
it to your advantage to purchase one of the suits we
are offering at such low prices today
Any suit in the house going at
1=4 Off Regular Price
Some of them you can wear for two or three months
and they will be good for next fall. Others you can
wear riurht · η through tlκ summer. You get your
picK at these prices
$25.00Suits ~ $18.75
$20.00 Suits $15.00
$15.00 Suits $1 1.25
512.50 Suits $ 9.35
MATTHEW'S BROS
Tell = the = Truth Clothiers
Hill County Man Appointed.
Governor I.anham yesterday ap
pointed Hon. Ν eieon Phillips of
Hillehoro to be dlstri t jadjfe "f t ··
district cotcpoeed of Hill, Johnson
and Boeqa· counties, Jud<e Phil
lip» laecMds Jiid^e W. K. Poin
dexter, who recently reel rned.
Mr. Phillip* wee not & cat tidate for
th ] lac at ' hi* ei h rti' ii . t *
(fovernor came as a surprise to the
Hillehoro man. Judpt Phillips is a
young man and has Knitted quite a
reputation as a lawyer. During t ie
late contest in Hill county between
Congressman Jack Beat! an i Dudley
Wo itei : ! ι· c»!iM· >>t ti forn . r * ii
warinl> etian i.'dbvMr
Are You Beetle»· at Night,
And : iraased hv a had coix. h
I ·· i. i.iai Γ.·» H· re ι id S> π: II
•rill se -ur vou -mini - ·; mil ·(
r>'Ct t ; · · »' 11 ; t mil ' »<i.· d ··■·?· .
op h ι fl on — b\ Η I .· M » -
tin.
"McManus
For
Buggies
99
of course .
JL BUSINESS
? M HG .'SES
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The ioulhweslern
Telegraph and Telephone
DON'T FORGKT Ol R BIG ΓΗ Ν DAYS S\IJ
CONTINUES TIL SAT I RDAY NIGH Γ Y< )UR
OPPORTUNITY TO GET SURE ENOUGH
RKDUCKD PRICKS
At 1=2 Price 4 off regular price
Ladies Suits. Ladies Shirt
Waists
1-3 off regular price
Kuks, Blankets Comforts
CloaHs
fcnttrc ^tui-k Λ\
ν othm^, l ι
Won s h · ,>.r
>_!.U0 ti» >7.5**,
Hti., rt\iucttun in
inJ whildreiv -h
M>id iJvertis
Krida\
Gowns M ut«· ! .. . . \ Ο.
inn, white tnd <»>U>rs. ^i^ht Notv^ '■ ^
tor men, s ime ts above.
U>t > 1 .00 ^hirr- ! 1
es represented in th<
Men s Overcoats. Boys Over
coats Good ptc King here at
1 \ oft' regular prices,
irgamv
W i*t
J. S. CAMPBELL & CO
WAXAHAC1IIE.. TK.XAS

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