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The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, February 22, 1904, Image 4

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Rubbers
for
Father, Mother
and
on down to
Little Tots
also
Over
Gaiters
for
Man and Woman
a t
Crow Bros
The Shoers
SNAP-SHOTS AT THE NEWS
X DAILY HAFPBNIMae OP THK
X CITÏ BKIKFLY TOLD
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Douglas· Bodenhamer is aick in
bed.
Attorney W. M. Tidwell of Ferrl·
attended district court here today.
If you need a Typewriter it will
pay vou to see nie at omce.
tf J. B. Blatter.
Attorneys J. B. Bisland, T. H.
Collier and J. H. Sharp of Ennis at
tended court here today. ,
The New Century Typewriter is
the best. Kor sale bv Ji. B. BlatTer.
A tf
Cord wood f. o. Ji. Waxahachie
j $2.73 per cord. Çfeo. Patterson,
! Lancaster, Texas. ♦ tf
Choice alfalfa clover seed, cane
: seed, pure corn cb^ps, choice oats,
hay, etc. at Sleeper Grain Co. 83
Mr. G. A. Campbell of Sherman
spent Saturday in the city. Mr.
, Campbell once lived in Ellis counts,
but several years ago bought a farm
near Sherman.
By order of the president, the
Home Mission Society of the M. E.
church, will meet at the church to
! morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
By order of the president, the
Home Mission Society of the M. E.
church, will meet at the church to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
• Prof. Amjti Carotbers. who is
teaching the Sardis school, spent
Saturday night and Sunday in the
city with his brother, Sam Caroth
ers, who is on the sick list.
Car fancyMcAlister coal on track.
Special prices from car. Both
phones. Sleeper Grain Co. 78
Prof. J. W. Saxon, principal of
the Maypearl school and editor of
thai sprightly little weekly paper,
the Maypearl Messenger, attended
the teachers' institute here Satur
day.
Coal from tti.ttU to per tou ac
cording to quality and quanity.
Sleeper Grain Co. H3
The meetings at Gospel hall will
continue every night this week, con
ducted by W. Pinches, of Detroit,
Mich. Invitation extended to all to
attend. Services begin at 7:30
o'clock. 83
'Γ. R. Vaughn, a good citizen of
the Milford country, passed through
the city tiiis morning witli a wagon
load of corn which he said he was
taking as a present to his children
at Lancaster.
Mr. J. C. Seney, who has been
shoe-iyaker at the store of Crow
Bros, for a number of years, is
packing his household goods and
wilil move to Holdenville, I. T. Mr.
Seney is a good man and the Ll'-HT
regrets to see him move awuv from
our city.
Rev. J. G. Putman, pastor of the
First Methodist church, filled tiie
pulpit of the Methodist church at
Hillsboro yesterday, Pastor Dun
can being on the sick list. Rev.
Putman's pulpit was occupied by
Presiding Elder Sensabaugh.
H. M. Burleson, of Mountain
Peak, passed through the city today
en route home from a vi>it to a sick
brother near Loona, Freestone coun
ty. Mr. Burleson says a neighbor
of his brother had 100 acre- in cot
ton last year and gathered only 1100
pound·- of seed cotton. Mr. Burle
s >n say- the people of that -ection
are preparing to plant Irish potatoes
and other vegetable-.
Soda Water !
To sell good soda water
it is necessary to use
good materials. We use
the utmost care in the
making and selecting of
our syrups and ail the
other requisites that are
used at our fountain.
We also pride ourselves
upon our service. The
result is that no better
glass of soda water can
be had in town than that
served at our fountain.
HOOD & MARTIN
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS
Both Phones - - - - iNo 34
A Fundamental Business Principle
$
is "not what you spend, but what
you get for what you spend." : : :
Absolute confidence in the results
can be enjoyed when you have us
make your pictures. : : : : :
HUDSON, Photographer
YELLOW YAM SWEET POTATOES
at
V. TKIPPBT
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
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We have some great bargains in city
property. Comç and see us at once.
Mr. T. R. Anderson, who owns con
siderable property here, including ma
chine shops and wagon yard, is anxious
to dispose of it as early as possible. . . .
M rs. M. W. Gibson has moved away
and desires to sell her property here at
once. ·.····
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J. P. Burrough is desirous of selling his
property here to make investments else
where · · · · · ·
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Any of these properties can be bought
very cheap now. : ; : :
Τeias Mortgage Banking Co
Waxah&chie,
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PERSON
Bert Shanda was In Lar
day.
Fount Bay of Italy βρβφ
in the city.
Col. W. M. C. Hill wenï
this morning:.
Jodie Martin of Dallaa %he
city yesterday. v
C. A. Kirksey was a pas| to
Dallas this morning.
Neil Sims and Mack fcth
(•pent yesterday at Corsica
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Cloptcijr
j sicana are gnests of the fafp.
F. Smith.
Mr. Wm. Clarkson, of C^a,
spent last night and tod^he
city the guest of his mothaw,
Mrs. L. 'Γ. Gulick. -Mr. η
is engaged in the machine rn
drv business there.
Escaped an Awful F
Mr. H. Hagglnaof Melboi^,
write*, "My doctor said I 11
sumption and nothing could «
for me. 1 was given up to £©
offer of a free trial bottle!-.
King's New Discovery for ca
tion, induced me to try It. «
were startling. I am nowe
road to recovery and owe af.
King's New Discovery. 1 iy
saved my life." This grea%
guaranteed for all throat Λζ
diseases by Thomas 4 Moot,
ttiata. Price jUc and ll.OLl
i kntll.. >...
ι Willi· —CS.
A barn on the Whiteflelj
near Forreaton waa burned.
I day. Some meat and other t
ι belonging tc a man named Λ
who was renting on the plact
destroyed with the building.
8τ»τ* (ik UHio. ciTT or toLmm, ι
LC(AS C«C*Tt, I
Khan* J. Chkwit make» oath that
«color partner of tbe Βrm of ¥. J. ι brm
do;n« butine*» Id the Cltj of Toledo. Cot
f<t*te afortnaid. and lhat *ald In «Hi
«on of ON Κ ΗΓΝΚΚΕΙι IwjLI.AK.- for
every ea-·· of Catarrh that cannot be cur
ose of HALL·» CATAHKII CURK
y rank j.cb
8 worn to before me and »ab*eribod la
«nee. tl>i»6thda> at December, If»»'.
I--,' A. W «ÎLR4W
( ÏÏS. > Notary
Hall'» Catarrht ure κ taken Internai!;
Jirectljr on the blood and mucuou· aul
tbe»j»tem. Send for tcMimonlal». rrae
Addre»», V. J CHKNKÏ A tHJ , Τ
ïSoid bj l>ruicxi»tt. <6e
Hal!'* KaK .'.J PtlU arc tfec betl.
Winter coughs are apt to rei
consumption if neglected. Th
be tonu broken up by using F
Honey and Tar. Sold bv
F—rla.
Office Much Sought Aft
The office of county eommii
la thin county, and other co
for that matter, is gettiDg
much nought after in the ρ
campaign. The position of co
*i<»ner lu this county lu the olt
was chiefly one of honor, *
remuneration of a substantial
acter, but now the place pi
reasonably good salary. Th«
test for county and precinct ι
in this county ha» hardly ι
under ,'ood headway, but a]
thert· are more entries for eoi
■ loner than ever known.
Moore, who represent» prei in<
4, Im the only member of the ρ
board who ha* no opposition.
.Mysterious Lirtumsianc
Ou· wa» pale and sall<>w at
other fre^h and rosy. Whtuc
difT^r^nce".' îihe who is blu
with t»«alth u*»» Dr. Kin*'·
Life pills to inaintain it. Hy ji
amuaiug the lazy organs they
pel (food digestion and head of
•tipation. 1'ry them ObI/ "2
Thomas Λ Moore'· drug «tore.
Mr. J. I* Oolna, who for
lived near (iarrett and last ι
moved to Plauo, Collin county
in the city today. He *aid h<
corn* down to look after the ■
nf hi· daugt ter, Μι». Hici
» ti"»e husband, Charley Kiel
died last Thursday. Mr. (loin
lie was well pleased with tba!
turn of the country. He -ay
boll weevils were to destroy tl.
ton crop the people would no
the elleot· to any great exten
they raise hog·, cattle, wheat,
and alfalfa.
Kolejr'· Houey and Tar u be
oroup and whooping c>>ugh, mi
no opiate·, and cur»· quickly
ful mothe's lecji It m the h
Hold by It. W Κ nerts
jC
I have tsti 4tr· of ehult'·
eouri prairie #>ay. Prie·* 4tk
b-d· dailverepL P*r ton #IW <
Moelev
«
Hsaltb
the aftiUtr ta do a
day's work, without undue h
and t«> ttud Ulw worth living
cannot have indigestion or »
nation without its ι ^ ·«-« 111> ^
liver and polluting tlia blood
a C< ο tuition ISSV be l»»l sad t
..·» liistiiMl by Hertuna, the
nl«M»r ι>iat the wort«
"»· r #«. Mrs Ο W. I
Willi · rll I, I ML' "I Ke*
• un* ,<i i and it U:· toll urn
1er eaiisiipauow mué milMti
live* I ·♦*# ##s4." Htks tti
HeM by Mwal Λ M wile.
a DELEGATE MEETlfK
Fifth District Republicans Callei
to Assemble at Dalles March 22.
The at&te republican conventioi
will meet in Dalla· on Tuesday
March 22, and on the same day thi
republican· of the flftltt congression
al convention will hold a conven
tion for the purpose of electing del
egatee to represent the diatrict ii
the national convention to be he!<
in Chicago June 26. J. S. McEldow
ney, of Midlothian ia chairman ot
the executive committee of the flftl
diatrict, and while in the city 8atnr
day he issued hie official call forth·
Dallas meetfnsr, which le as fol
Iowa:
Midlothian, Texas., February 19
1904.—To the Republican Electori
of the Fifth Congressional District
of Texas: By direction of the re
publican congressional executive
committee of the fifth concession
al district of Texas, a delegate
convention ia hereby called to bf
held in the city of Dallas, Texas
for the purpose of electing two del
egates and two alternates to repre
sent this district mi the national
convention, and for the transaction
of ttich other business as may come
before It. Hald convention shall as
semble at 10 o'clock a. m. on Tne·
day, March J2, liMH.
The same basia of representation
and the same rule* and regulations
will obtain In thia convention which
have been adopted by the state ex
ecutive committee for the state con
vention, called to meet in Dallas on
the same date.
It Is requested that each chair
man send In as soon as possible
after the holding of the county con
vention a copy of the proceeding·,
accompanied by a list of the dele
gates chosen, and it I» important
that these should reach me on or be
fore March 19, KJ04, at Midlothian,
Texas. J. 8. MeEUOWKKY,
Chairtnon Fifth Congressional Dia
trict Committee.
Attest. H. C. Fokd, Sec.
To Core a Cold in ooe Day
Take Laxative Hromo Qainlne
Tablet·. Ali druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. K. W.
Orove's signature Is ou <*ach box.
r»c.
Chicken Feed Wheat.
83 Sleeper Grain Co.
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The
Horse
Shoe
1* an enibl» m of ?o<m1 luck.
The ««νίημ* j'»*»-b<>ok I* an
other emblem of good luck;
and tint only of that, but of
butin*·» ihrevdDM·. Hm*
you one of our book»?
Four p«r cent internet on Ha*
itiif* Deposit·; Compounded
•«oni-anno ally.
Art today, tomorrow lifter
come».
Open Saturday evening· until
7.J») for HavliiK·
Weslern Bank 4 Trust Co
Waxahachie, Texas
Il tbe Twice«a-Week Republic
as Achieved Wide Popularity.
If
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t I
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Co;
it
FAVORITE HOME PAPER
^t»bii»> <-d f»r m»*rly a century
r«a>i regularly by more than
Λοι pwrtou· In the Weet aud
11·*'*!, tli" T*le«-»-We»k Re
1 1 of Ht Lnuli chii justly lay
ii t<> that envtable distinction,
[vortte Home Paper."
ι* «r*hi because it has always
d t» inform, instruct and •nter
it· readers on all matters of
|ic aud bom· inierest. In l!*M It
be e»i>ecially Interesting and
;able. Here are some reasons
you should iubirrlbc for it:
in i· campaign yaar and you
ant to be informed of tlia
ft leader», reports of itreat Na
ita&i and Mtate conveutions, th*
of th· campaign. report·
ie elections, etc.
u «til waul to know ail about
(V.rld's Fair, to b· fir M in M
s from April 3U to December 1,
M
I
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ill ■"· iut>T*»ted In and kej t
informed by lb· Farm Visitor,
ular supplement of th· p*p«r,
►red especially for lb· farmer
it· family.
ι will want to know «bat lb·
I la dolmr U» »»»ry Held of a··
, and tbmuib tb· ansarpassed
mm «pweial ser*le· »f tb·
ι-»·μΙ Republic you Will nul
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, uort ·ι·(#Ιι··, »hete· bita <»f
,, ι, art loi»· of iiiUrHt te tninM,
/ .'I·»· anil tiie Dome, faanion hint·
fui household sumieaiion»
" Tmu >■ a *»«-« H*puttli>· eaailv
^ - w*»ati·· «ι» lb· *r»a< W .·«
I III· R»
to jreer
thta , fH,
ΙΜΐνι1·|ιΜ till* »«TI<
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RANDOM THOUGHTS
Wrix Mim
I heard of a man the other day
who had been baying cotton future*
and who bad made several thousand
dollar· The market changed and
he began to lose thooey. Being %
strict church member bis conscience
began to bart him as soon as be got
on the losing side. He met a brother
In the church and asked him if be
thought dealing in cotton fntures
was gambling. "Certainly," was
the reply. "So do I," he said, "I
need to think it was all right, but
now 1 think it is gambling and the
riskiest kind of gambling and 1 am
going to quit too." As long as he
made money, it looked good to "him
when he In*t it looked bad.
We too often shape our opinion·
by our own · selfish interests. Our
decision isJaiTerted by the ownership
of the ox gored. I have seen church
fairs tolerate practices that every
minister would condemn in individ
uals. The business conducted on
the line* of most church fairs would
not be tolerated by fair minded peo
ple. Even the methods often adopt
ed in church collections smack of
extortion. An effort is frequently
made to wring money from the con
gregation knowing it is unwilling to
be worked. Ever/ preacher knows
the way it Is done, but some justify
the means by the ends, though it
has somewhat the appearance of a
mgnweyirsan's hoia-op.
♦ *

Short cuts to fortune by way of
the cotton exchange, or any other
exchange of the kind, is indeed a
pretty risky business. Of course a
man uses his Judgment in investing
in futures, bat there is always a fal
low on the other side of the deal
backing his judgment with his
money, l'su ally he follow» It η a
business and from long experience
In better pr«par.-d to take care ol his
money than the fc novice. Your
money is never safe In a cotton deal
as many people have lately learned,
and though you may wiu for awhile,
unless you are remarkably fortunate
you will lu lime lose both earnings
and capital. It is the lucky fellow's
winning» we hear most about am!
not the other man's losses Of
course some mon can atford to lose
their investments, but if you can't,
you had better stay off the exchange.
I am not discussing the question of
right or wrong involved in such
speculations, but purely the advlsa'
bility of engaging in such transac
tions from a business standpoint
«.*
The greatest trouble with future
deallug is the fascination about It
that holds,a man to it whether he is
gaining or (using, the delusive hope
held out that h^ will make big money
after awhile, the mania for making
money in that way. The strongest
proof that can b* given of the
danger from It is that if the great,
commercial agencies learn that the
small merchant.U engaged in it, his
credit Is at once weakened
* * t
All of this spéculait ν>· com**
from too great a de«ire to K»t rich
cjul-k, to earn mon·? without labor,
to ptl»· up a fortune without wail
ing It is commendable to d>»lre t<>
inak»· and »i»> money, but to regard
it a· th'· sole object <>f lif» is wrong.
Life *e«-m· to have become, with
•oui* men, a mad struggle fur for
tuue which l*»t· right up to ttie
grave. Hut few ever become satis
fied with what they secure though
they know they possess many time·
more than they can ever use. 1 be
lieve that more satisfaction can
come from doing good with monay
than from gaining more of it than
can be used. Carnegie'· idea of giv
ing away hi· fortune before hi·
death i· a commendable one. He
may not be uting hi· gift· to the beat
advantage by ••tablishing libraries,
but th· influence of hi· wealth will
be felt for centurie· to come. A man
doe· not bave to he a millionaire to
help maukiud with hi· wealth.
There are doseti· of opportunities all
around u· for the mau of moderate
mean·, who wants to do permanent
good to bis fetlowmen.
H. C Τ C. Bale·.
ban Antonio, Tei. On «aie March
'at and 2nd. Hat* It».40. Limit
March 4th.
Kort Worth, Tex - On sale March
7th and Mh. Kate #1.70. Limit
March 1-tth.
Ou sale daiiν March 1 to April JO
to California common points and in
termediate point· on direct line· on·
way second claa· colonial· ticket·
M rate of ΨΆ lJU
OtliHioa, Te « as On sale for
train No. Ν March Λ, and ail traîna
of March H, Mate |U m. Limit
March IX
Mhemwn, Ten»· On aai· March
Ί and 7. Rat· la.JM Limit M are 11
IX
Mot liera <an ··/<·( ν ft*· IM*f'a
Mo··/ a»d Tar ta» tlwrtr ehlldrw for
iWHMlh· a*d ««Ma, tot H «*»u<atna mm
P*a«*·. *M* *r
Λ W , Paarta.

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