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The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, August 29, 1904, Image 4

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II Men's
il Fine Footwear
Crow's Showings
Ideal in style.
Ideal in quality,
Ideal in comfort.
The most pop
ular shapes of
the season. . .
You'll see foot
wear at it's best
at Crow's for
the fall of '04. .
The well known Trini
Our Own New Special
Clapp's High Grade
Shoes at
The winner of the nam
ing contest will be given
in a day or two
Big floe melons smiling on ice at
K. J . Moore'·. tf
Are yon about dne for a good
time? Stafford Bros' show will be
j here September 2nd. 27
A man named Bethel died near
Ovilla yesterday and was buried at
Red Oak today.
The price of wheat advanced about
two cents a bushel on the»Chicago
j exchange today.
! Agent Moore, of the Katy, sold
sixty-seven tickets yesterday morn·
ing for the baseball excursion train.
Mrs. Julia Jenkins, who lias been
I spending the summer in the east
writes that she will return to \Vaxa
hachie about Sept. Ά.
Carbon and typewriter papers in
both legal and letter size can be had
ût the Enterprise office. Your,ord
ers solicited and high grade goods
guaranteed. tf
I The Methodists closed a very suc
cessful meeting at Sardis last night.
Then' were additions to the Meth
odist church and two to the Baptist
T. R. McCown has accepted a po
sition with Spalding «te McCartney
at Wax ibachie and will enter upon
his duties Monday.—Maypearl Mes
M. Hubbard, of Houston, arrived
yesterday with a car load of fine
preserving: pears. J. \V. Kendrick
of this city, will assist in disposing
of this lot of fine fruit, if you rieçct
any pears for preserving, you will
do wf-ll to see him. The car i* at
the Katy depot.
η PHOTOGRAPH made- by
J ^ Ed Hudson needs no label;
it is known by its excellence.
A trial is all we want. It we
can't please you, your money
will be refunded
We have no monopoly on
cigars. We are not mon
opoliste; but we could not
get a better line of cigars
than we have if our busi
ness existence depended
upon it
You cannot get a poor ci
gar out of our cigar case.
We have all the popular
brands of 5c and 10c goods.
Try our cigars and be the
is one of our
specialties. . .
A I r e a d y we
have received
new lin"s of
H at Pins,
Shirt Waist
Sets, fling's.
Brooches and
We would be
pleased to have
you call and
see them. . . .
M. W.
The Fashion»
able Jeweler
Read Wûkfland's :*d. on pa;*e 1.
M re H H. I)ob»m» will entertain
hf- WhUt ' iuti tom< rrow afternoon
it 4 o'clock at the home of Mr. a.id
virs. T. K. Thompeon, i>n West
M iin street
Th« Mi*- ·γ| r'-ttri-lo to 1« »rn that
vtr. aril Mr» κ vv. B' wmotit will
!■> ivi M<,ml iv or ('u«sil,ty for VVa*
thaehie to make their future home
iher«, Mr. Beaumont ii on the
road, and hh they ow i a home In
>V»x i! >t<'hie, ti ν have (1e<-ii)ed to
ni 'Ve there anil Mr. Beaumont will
nake that lue headquarter· The
ifiit wishes «>f their Hilleboru
'»iend· will accompany them.—
HiiUborro Mirrur.
U !k^Ck-U
Mr. F, T. Doriett, of Mnypearl,
vu In th* city today. Mr. Domett
went to California last winter with
the intention of locating, but after
etgbt month* decided that Ellis
county couldn't be improved on and
cafte beck. As an earnest of his
Intention to remain here he sob
scribed for the Enterprise.
Mr. Horace Trlppet, of Waxa-!
hachie, has located in Hico for the
practice of law, and is associated
wltb|Mr. Vansteenwyk. Mr. Trlppett
comes highly recommended as a
young nia» of fine character. He is
a graduate from the law department
of the State University — Hico j
Weekly News.
Wanted, a good responsible, hust
ling party to take the exclusive,
local agency for Wootan Wells Min
eral Sod* Water, and to distribute
same to both dealers and residences.
Party must have some delivery con
veyance, and some storage room,
and make a small bond. Kxcellent
opportunity 1er good man. Addrrs·
Ralph Wade, Mgr . Wootan Wells,
Texas. UT
Ira \V. K°IIey, >.f Mansfield, l'a.,
writes:'·! was in poor health for two
yearn, suifefi if from kidney and
bladder trouble, and spent coi.fider
able money C"u*ulii.)ii physicians
without obtaining any marked b< r.e
fit, but w a« cured bv Koley'f Kid
ney Cure, and I desire t > h M to my
testimony that it may be u.e cause
of restoring the ht allh <>f « th-rs."
Refuse substitutes fc> 1.1 b> il VV,
Fear ί β.
Barn Burned Ne#r Sardis
The b*rn of Mou roe Nelson, a
f inner living near Hirdis, tin de
stroyed yesterday between II and
12 .o'clock. Hie burn contained
Mb nit S*JfJ bushels ο' ont» and some
other feed, all of which was burned.
It is believed the Hre started from
spontaneous c Miibustiou in a lot of
sorjihum Mr Nelson hat stored in
the barn. Ttie amount of t e h ni
could not lie luarnej. There wbs no
When pains or irritations exist on
a-,.y part of the body, the application
of Bal ard's 8aow Liniment (fives
prompt ι élit S. Κ VV. Sullivan
Prop Sul ivan House Kl Reno. ·>
Γ., writes, June β, 1903: "I take
pl*a«urein recomendlnjf Hallard'»
iiihw I iaiilient to all who are t
ed with rhearnatism It i« the only
remed\ I have found that (fives in.
mediate relief " 'Sto, ôOc, II.IK) mi
Hooil A .Martin
Pears1 Pt an !
A car load of fine cookmtr pre·
s«*rvinjf pears at tn« Ksty yards
Prices reasonable. Call ««ariy be
fore they are all jrone l_'7pd
Driven From Home j
Mosquito» that have made your home their home, by using
Thomas' Mosquito Lotion. It keep· the moequitoe off and
its odor is not objectionable. Let as sell you a bottle today
and you will wake in the morning feeling refreshed. We are
selling lots of it and all are pleased.
• ♦
• ♦
Geo. Λ. Thomas Ô Sons
j Oriental Drug Store j
The place where they fill Prescriptions |

J. Lee Penn wan in Waco today.
P. T. Andrew» spent Sunday in
Mrs. Κ H, Needham ia vi»iti»R in
Dai I fie today.
K^v. J. W. Sexton of Krmla was
in the city today.
Prof. J. D. Co^hlati of Midlothian
was in the city today.
Poattuaator A. M M"rri»on of j
Eimu wras in the city today
Κ. Ρ Hawkins has returned from
a \isit to the World'» hair
J l.ea Oami. i'ii returned thi* j
m ι mine from « tup to Au «tin.
Mrs W C. Mintorj went to Ktmla
yesi'er.li.v ui-uninj; to vtelt re! » 11 ν # ».
(Jeorste Delk, of Murray rountr.
Tenu., i* vtsltint? relatives i.ear
Κ S Campbell (■,«» returned from |
a tri;> to Chicago. Is .aton and New
V Of k
Mrs T. J. liniile r»-tiiri.i»d Satur-:
day nijfiit from » ■> i*tt ι· Μ'ΐΐψίιΐβ,
Mrs. H. 8. Miinerat;.! daughter <>f
Cleburis·· are KUest* of Mr*. Harrv
Ho»» i).i«i« «nil family of Here
ford a re vliltiSjt tii» father Col. i a»
8. D.*vis.
Jud?e J Κ Lu><*a«ter t *·returned
front a month'» slay ou hi* farm
eaat of Κ mil*
W J. HysiuitJ a; d little dangher
Elixabeth, anil .Mr». Hrl l<»i visited
port Worth Sunday
Mr*. Wallace Metcalfe of Dalla·
arrived today to visit h*r parent·.
Mr and Mr· tied L Adkl»» n.
Building Contractors.
Job Work
Cor. Main and Elm sts.
Lnther Jon·1» of Atlanta arrived
yeat«rday and wiU «pend th< fail
and winter with hi» brother, Jim
K*v J. <«. Potman returned thi«
raortiioir from (Jraitdvi^w, w:.< r·» he
lut» b*#o aaalstintr in a protracted
njp>««tlnj{. I
T. M. Holland, J. S. Campbell
uid *i*i<re. MU»**» M an·» and K*a
Camobell, r»-turnfd Saturday night
from a trip t<> New Y.>rk
J A1I#b Karlv, »eer»-i*ry hf the
Waxeharhi" (train Co., w«*nt l«
Λ';*<·<· y»t«*rday wh»>r<» h» wlil )ula
>·ίβ mother and orothsr and go to
th« World'· h air.
Κ Ρ, K«»)b!«· riittfd In F<>rt
Worth Saud»r. H« w»« mmip»·
nl»d by til· η »<-<**, Mi·* Marl»· K»»i»·
«ΐι» » .a * u.tt :.rr août, Mr·
h i auk Hanffutciftt
Wli»o a cough, a tlcklltttr or an
ιγμιλιιίι us tni threat y>>u
f**l uncomfortable-, tike Haiiard'·
Horvhotftid Hj rut 1> n't * »n u>>ttl
th· itien»·»· ha* h· i.f h"y<>0(i r«otri'l.
Mr and Mr». J. \ Aurt»r»«iii, 14
*•<«1 .'»tn St.. fall I.ak* City, I'tah,
• rlîf» '"VS«« think Keiiard'* H< r»
tiound Syrup t'.t» brat ii)*dt<*io«> for
«•"Utfh· an>.! c .Jd* We ! u»n1 It
for »«v»ral Vrar* ; It ai»a\ · girra
|innt«Hiiat« rt»li«»f, )· v«n' pt»,a»afit
xnd j/it·-· |'««rf»N't >»tli(ai°tieii " J."»©,
,'iUc, II .t*J at H'hkI A M aril'i.
ν -ν
Tomorrow Afternoon at Sims' Park
I he management of tin- Steer Roping Contest announce that this exciting and novel en
tertainment will positively occur tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The men, horses and
wild steers are now here and the fun will begin promptly on time and continue all the
Kspecial provision has been made to accommodate the ladies. Every element of danger
has been provided against. The Exhibition is absolutely safe for all
Γ» .«*■*
Come out and Enjoy an Afternoon of Rare and Novel
Sport. Admission 50 Cents

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