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LIGHT
VOLUME XII.
WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1904.
NUMBER c<k.
f ·<ν·ο:·τ ο γ&:·&:5γ£%>
New FERNDELL Goods
Ferndell White Asparagus. Ferndell White
Asparagus Tips. Ferndell Sucotash and
Pumpkin, Ferndell Red Roly Poly Cherries.
Ferndell White Heath Sliced Peaches. Fern
dell Pl ..m Pudding and Tomatoes. Ferndell
Royal Annie White Cherries. Ferndell Bart
let Peas. Ferndell Corn and Peas, Ferndell
Olives Stuffed and Plain
Ferndell Goods the Best that
Money Can Buy.
J. B. HINE.S
Telephone No. 110 Rogers street jgj
I ί
I LEIGH BROTHERS^
J Grocers £
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£
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£ You Can Have Coffee S
2 oqu3l to the famous Yemen of the v-«ur:s î I :r- ^
2 key and Persia; not one thin'4 one day and some- ·'
Z tiling else the n<*xt. Fhe Kin-Hee Quick Pot : <e>
the work. 2
S J. P. WAKELAND ·*
South Side Grocer. Huh Phones §
S&&9&9
Try Some of our Dried Fruit
Ftgs, Peaches, Grapes, Prunes. Dates.
25 lb-» good Prunes for l.DO. Shifted
f*i2S. Stuffed Date·, and S - dless
Prunes, etc. . . . All n< λ Top.
r.V.wfr
J. IJoe; MOORE £ SON
WAAAHACHIh. fEXAS
11
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£
* Shelled Almonds, Walnuts and Γ c ns. Gi.ice Cher μ
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A .m·* * -nt ut <vir store is · , r r <> ! t<» · u- *
X isfactton. . φ
J Y. B. Early Grocery Co ?
w Northwest Corner Square %
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Dr. A. E. Turner,
President of Trinity University.
will lecture it the
university auditorium
\
Friday Evening, Dec. 2
at H o'clock.
Sabject: "THE ETERNAL CITY."
Tlus lecture is given under the auspices of the two
literaiy societies. ......
75c
50c
G«n«r«l admission
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FROM SOUTH AMERICA
A WmîîucJùc Boy Writes of His Via
to City of Noetevrtio.
From a letter recently received bj
Mr. W D. Rybtiru from his sou
Cliff Ryburn, a seaman on the I'nited
Slates battleship Brooklyn, the fol
lowing extracts are taken:
Montevidlo, Uruguay, Oct 15.—I
have Just returned from shore leave
Had ά very nice time. Visited Mount
EequRe. a very beautiful park. Most
of the houses here are built of gran
ite and marble, the latter being most
ly used. While here I witnessed
the return of the rebel army They
hav·» b*-«>n fighting sinre January 1,
and havH jusr surrendered. Their
leader whs killed tn battle They
returned on the train bringing noth
j inç with them but their saddles aiul
bridles About two hundred of the
' numhei were wounded and lh«*e
j were sen' to the hospital At the
I beginning of the rebellion the rebels
J un m be red about 20,0fHt men and
J whipped the prèsi<lent's troops ia
j ■ ν; r;. l»ii" : until their leader w;t.«
ι killed Vs lu was pay. tig all e\
p( αβ< of 11».~ var they were r.raUy
to «jult fi~hilr ς and Kti're-jde· when
: 'te waf de id.
j Uruguay la the «v. ail**! of So-.ith
'.*-··« = *■ artd ta about as
i#r · ;·■ ti< *u!'<· o' South Dakota.
I The *.·.ι.·-ηηΗ I..·-'· are Just opposite
"> ·' ;r When it is spring
! h· · I 5» fall at home. Ύ»urfa<-e
>f th«· country i %r ««rally billy and
;m where nre there any mountains
over Si·"-J itt'i hiKh. ί; 'idas the·
I'lUKiia) aud fiai te the only other
river ol Importance Ι» the N'isro in
the »·:.*ι There are numerous lakes
ant' »'ï!en ,κ· , warn ρ* 1 urine the
winter monrh* *lijiht «now. fall and
wii.d.storn: are quite ■•ven· ftain*
are abundant almost the entire year
The principal industry is s^mk rain
ing. for wbiih the country Is adtnir
afoly adapted There are Î'>.000.000
cattle. MM),000 horiw»» and 16,000,
000 nheep In the pat*or< of the
country.
Montevldio th· Pari* of South
America Thi < it y H built upon a
low ridge of io< k which extends out
Into tjbe Hi" .1" la I' atte Th»» streets
ail drain into the Kio. un! I've;
rain elves the city a thorough wash
ing. hence the people enjoy çood
health Monieridlo. translated from
the Spanish, means "I see the moun
tain* " The hay is in the shape of!
a horse .hoe aud is six miles tn cir
cumference The Brooklyn vu com
pelieil ο anchor -.everal mites out.
ι* th·· river has been depositing mud
In 'he t<i»y at the rate of one inch a !
year \o «hi pa drawing more th.m
fifteen t«.'e( of w alwr can set up near!
the city The Hilux theater. .ilthouKh
built fort> )run ano. Ν pi|il
Π ··..! ru< t r covering neatly two
fr-ri-s of ground t h.n ι ·< itinx
capai it y of ->o 01(0 ,md coxt 1300.000.
Vtontevldlo noted for it- culture
uni is κ i ity of D'»w*papem. llbra
rt"s achools Th· National Γ '
t)!4iy ron t Hi! ' H» volumes laltll
the tumm·un haa .13,000 objects. It
ha* daily, wekly and monthly i»-ri
odiitl* Mu» of th»· new-.paper* are
... r.ll hed ■ ί| itil ' T« ) ire
printed In KnulUh. nue tn Italian1
and one in French The I'ardo.
I· a ttoautiful (Mirk adorned with
foun'ain ■ erov. « and Mower garden*
C VV ft Yltl'HN
t ·μ ni I · Ιΐ'|ι|ι··ι>. I in· ·
Kil Malonrr. nun of Mr .1 M VI*
'min, » it* a p)e.i»»M · allrr at thi«
■Hi» >i*»WTtU> Mt, Ualottrx Mid
hr irlopliunr roiapaay in which hi· I
father λtid John Harrlaoa. Jr . »»r»
aiRr >ii»k h«>l<t»r« ownml *tn>ut our
lunUrrxl tail*·* of wiro· in ihla conn
y noarly »r»n Mw-tloo la th* Mtu'h
»rn and >-a*t«rn ι «an of Ik* rmihi)
m>IB| rtMMrtmi Mr Mllonpr limkn
itin th# mitlvr ni kκ ih· <t»f
'•rant tie·»· in r*p«ir
Jaaler 11 V I* I
-iundar 4
Immiη» of faith fro» th» tlfr <tf
IkrabaB
l4ad*t Julia Htim«
Vbrakam » 1 rial, <l»n tl »-♦
ÛM Marr Τ·η«Ι·>
tiod vfll prwM· for th· ν»#,·*
mm. *1** is è-i,—wuti· Tod*·. i
l«i*r 4pun il» altar «Ι·β tt
Ml Ml· Far βΜΙΙία
IM !>maitma Mwasc· te Afera
lam Qmm tt 11 1· » Miaa «£'«*-.
IHM·,
DhII of Ur«fei·. (k·. St T-f —
» tadaar Cam*·
ISav THitm* f Hmm> of *h>«
aa, IU* II M« ul IT« -
NMr
n
NOT ENEMY TO SOUTH
teutral Mtzlwgit Lee (thres His Opinion «I
President's Altitude.
General FUzhugh 1>·ι· of Virginia
was in Washington a few days ago
and gave oui the following inter
view with reference to the president's
attitude toward the South
"The papers report that the presi
dent of the l ulled States, said Gen
eral l<ee, "at some time after his re
turn from St. Louis, will visit Geor
gia. his mother's home, and later
Texas. I am quite sure his reception
will be most cordial and friendly.
"Human nature is the same almost
everywhere. The Southern people,
v. hite impulsive, are warm-hearted
and res.pond kindly to kind actions
and 1 ! rid words; but, like the people
of the country generally. will grow!
it the hair ie rubbed the wrong way.
"Owing to the problem.·! with
! which thej are confronted, and which
I «re unnecessary at this time to men
! tlon. they hav<> voted almost .solidly
again ' Republican presidential can
didates. and with almo t equal una-j
•nirii.'\. the nrgroes it. t h ■ : midst
h tvr· ioted the oth· wr ·
« j
"I, for one. do noi think li.»· 8<>:tth j
Vi lli be found hostile to i'tv.-iden' j
Roo « veltV administration, t 1 willns j
Kit,» in evcvy measure t«-ndi:··? to in
cr··; the gi neral ti.osne: it ν and I
I promote tit'.· general welfare of the j
people In ο h< : wort!»·, it will help j
' him in every way. as the late jrreat ι
iien Hill «if Georgia said, in making
this stear Republic what our fore
fathers intended it should be, the
«lory of America and a blessing to
humanity
"The president ts not an enemy
to the South, and the South will not
make war on the president. We
know he speaks in exalted terms of
the Confederate record of hia ma
ternal uncles, and we know, too, that
h>· has said Genera! Robert Ε I^e
»,i~ on· of the greatest citizens and
soldier# the world ever produced
"I am one of those who are κ'ι>α
•'hat h*> vih «1? ;h< -.n.ih»rn sec
tion of 'lis cou η 11 ·, i nd ilid tr. it
he w ill ·» · tl." Sonη··ι ιι *υρ\ρ. and
that tfc? Sou then i-> ,· wil" .·»·■
htm A el·»· r , <· iu;·'i'::ltcc will 1"®
of serv i" to ' ib t t'i ί the <-r>··
t Γ^ "
Dr. 1 HiiM r to Ιλτιιιιγ
Dr A Ε. Turner. president of
Trinitj I'nlverslty. will lecture in
the tiniversi(> auditorium Friday
night under the auspiies of the two
literary societies. 'The Eternal
Oltv" is to be the subject of the
ler'u · As this will be Dr Turner's
first public lecture since coming to
Trini h<· will no doubt have a large
audi· :.«■■ \s a platform entertainer
he has feu equals The reserved
• γ ■·♦· Γ .. ,il the general «d
mission δ0<
Phone til· New GtiM Mil! your
• oh ordei They art «heap enough
foi our cm tome· to burn <«η<i nave *
us the trouble .1. 'Γ Williams A
Company.
Getting Round
Shouldered?
It you are jetting stoop
ed or round Φ uldered
you had botter let u^
"straighten you up We
can adjust a pair ot
shoulder braces tlv.it wni
tend to make ν·<ιι is
straight as an Indian.
Convenient and not un
comfortable. All si/ev
Don't put off ^οίηιηΐϋ
HERRING
DRUG
COMPANY <
"Think naught a trifle,
though it small appear."
Nothing that comes from
; the workshops where the
GORHAM SOLID SILVER
is made is thought a
trifle. As much thought
! is given to a design, as
much care is given to
the finish of a teaspoon
as a thousand dollar
vase.
The Uorham Trade Mark
is a guarantee of excel
lence
We have a complete
I line.
Joe A. Harris
Jeweler
f
Busines and Profes
sional Men and
Women
Nice blotter» for you.
just for the calling
and asking: at . . .
McMillans printery
Can also supply you
with the lateststylies
and best qualitie-! ir
PRINTED STATIONERY
Such as Letter Head.-.
H ill Heads, Envei
opes. Visiting Cards.
Business Cards. Etc
We make a specialty
FINE LINEN TYPE
WRITER PAPERS.
Office over Park's
Store. West Side
Sjuare. Ne». r>V *
h7a7mcMillan
ρ h η pu ι ε τ ο κ I
ί" ν! '!,>e
- ft'Bnxtoa
V* ν Λί Κ
4^ τ . * ' ■* «sa ^r: '» >
The popular price for
clothing, more suits sold
at this price than any
other, and we are show
ing the greatest line of
515 00 suits ever brought
to this city. The fit, the
material, the make can't
be improved on. The
long graceful shoulder,
the Concord shoulder,
and inflexible front give
these garments the nob
by effect you w ould ex
pect in a suit at twice
the price. Not a single
detail that would add to
the looks of the coat ha^
been overlooked. The
shoulders are hand pad
ded. the collar and lapel
hand-sewed; plenty of
goods in the front of the
coat to keep it from drag
ging back and getting
out of shape the first
time you wear it. You'd
bettea make the purchase
todav. Suits at 8.50,
10 00. 12 50, 15.00 to
25.00.
MATT HEWS BROS
Tell the ■ Truth Clothiers
î 26 Days till Christmas f
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! r
} Ε.. Z.
1
* Γο select a present jt
* THE. BIG STORE
The Bit. Store has the goods tnd bought at prices
not obtainable in small lots.
Yesterday's express brought in the new line ot
Ladies Hand Bags and Purses
We guarantee courteous treatment
Ross Jewelry Co.
tUtSCME rot THE W AXA HA Oil Ε DAILY

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