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Ten Sale *2 Spring and Summer is the time for comfortable shoes—and Tans are the coolest and mosr com t rtable of all Just now ' we are specializing on I Ladies Fan Slippers, by j offering you a choice of ' elegant t- otwear a; the ϊ smallest kind ·! prices— Cut Prices Κ luar S,' 50 to >4 SI pers, .Now $1.95 Regular SI 25 to S2.50 Slippers, Now 95c Îfhese are modish and becoming. CROW SHOE COMPANY [ I i |.ίΥ combining three | ^ Livery Stables in 1 up.l it has been our aim ^ to furnish the most up- | t<-date rigs, the best | carriage service, and the most prompt baggage delivery. An inspection will convince you. Care ful attention given board in<r horvt*·*' Phone es your orders .... Both Phones Patton = Kennedy Livery 0 Company il <! Mil « j j ill;»' H ( ' ( Il CLUETΤ COAT=SHIRTS ,^re înade in ;i variety .>!' attrac tive tvli's. SI eve size- are pro Vide! for fv.'ry arr· length, and r»eek sizes are not only correct, faut ran'ji- from , 13 \-l t<> IB in;h - The shirts lit. l>eing cut from pattern- that are scientifically «•orrect White or color fast fabrics $1.50 and more Ill IBS II Thursday, March 2, Lirew , f t!. W«-rl Duncan Clark's Female Minstreh fbr »W -· V »·!.ϊ.·ν "· 4r«l Huh· μι Living Pictures A Chance to Laugh A Β » g City Shov Ή». J>d. « I - · '-at Prices 25c, 50c, 75t SiKXT ATTRACTION Jules Walters 4PKII > Plenty of ri*d b<·»· at F S Ctonk't» no» tf --•Ο·· '· Whm dirt vn.i «M tt? \t th> Morte! Bakery. tf ο Ν··<· H. i·. McCoinb» foi fir·· ami tornado 1ι··α* allée. tf -—O He*' your Hol!ρ .ι t repaired a' Γ Η f'ronk Co' tf ο . 1 Kiilph Getwsndanet atttoiltd the ι it»l<-m<*n'î <onvenlion at Dallas to ι da>'· - ο— I Mrs l^hm.iii Smil'? unit to 1 Athens this morning to visit Immt folks ο ι Depiit) Sheriff Mit alpin » .· an J official visitor to l'ori We: ill last I night ο ι Ia>I F. S Cronk Co iisun *Hh ΐ}ou οι. thai now roof, either slw: 1 iron or asbesto.' tf —α— j If you want tin lies; carriage tnd I bessr nervlce. phone 4î> Patlon Kennedy Company· tf —ο— Horn, to Mr and Mrs .It- Gard in»1 r on West .lefferson street, Mon dai. March 1 !» a boy —ο— Your carriage and Imps* orders will receive prompt attention 1'hone I!» Patron-Kennedy Company —ο— \ meeting of the Fraternal I'nion } of America will I» held tonighl at ; theii lodg< room.- on We·· .Main I street. i) · .la Λ. Weaver, Charley Brady, Harris l.tarhsdnle and J. C. Simmons went to Dallas this morning io at tend the cattlemen's convention • ο Air. Howard, a blacksmith who, formerly redded in Waxahachie end, who returned litre a lew days ago from Arkansas, «ay tt that he will pro j Ittibly tak< up his abode In ( 11 ■ city again. The Knni- UJnk Co has .secured George Monahan, the noted trick skater, for Wedne.-day afternoon and evening. Three hundred tlcRets will be sold at each performance at 15c each. Hotels Hotel \i rivals. \. .1. Simpson. Dallas: Fred Λ. Mc.lunkin, Dallas; A. M. Shoma, Cincinnati; .1. R. McMurray, B. R. Hanson. R. H. Beckual. M. Sweeney, Texas Midland; R. F. Blackburn. Bn nls; Pat Cooney. Terrell; L. \V. Wells, Terrell: Α. I. Wheeler, Hous ton; J. T. Connor, Ennis; Z. L. Fel der. Terrell; Nell P. Sims, city; P. j .1. Marqua. Cincinnati; Mack Moore, I Kansas City: B. W. Dehlendorf. St. ι Louis: Sam R. Frost, Corsicana; j Stella Hanes, Grand Rapids: Ino. F. j KelJey, Sun Λntonio. A. H. Culver, P7nn(f: John il. Sharp, Bnnis; NV CI. McCalpin. city: C. O. M oser. Col lege Station; T. C Horning, Dallas; W. S. Chambers. Austin: W. 11. Clark. Chicago; ,1. A. Storey, Dallas; [■' A. Donnell. Kansas City. DAILY MARKET REPORT Furnished liy tin· Cotton Kx'iiatijje of 1». H. Wilson & Co. Now \oik iutiues. ι Yes. Today's Month Close Close I March !0.55 1 0.35 May 10.74 10. Γ> 3 July in.s:: lo.r.t \ew Οι leans Futures. I ! March . . 10.70 10.M; j Maj 10.85 10.69 .lui ν 11.00 10.8 Γ) ChicuL'n Vf neat. Ma ν ... 7x".. 78% July 78 77% Chicago Oats. Mat 4 4% 44 .1 il' ν I I '··, ' I . 4'hiciftiu Corn. I Mac 30 Vs 30% | July 2 9··>4 29 % Wa.vahachie Market. Middling Cotton, basis ... .10 I No .2 Wheat 1.00 j Mixed Ear Corn . 55 to CO j Bulk Oats 32 to 37 Oats, retail . 40 to 45 j · 1 nils, pi too $6.0(1 ι in i l\ \i ui i-oui j < .ι » \ ι : If li . fit M.lk» - Kl II'l . i 1 I . lit I >1! <»iillicit l.ast Λ ear. The final report of the government lion the number of bales of eottoc | ginned frMB the cny of 190," waï i i ··» <1 " 1 ■ ' · .·!!··>: .· I. . loi Κ This ι· |χ)Γΐ u ι .s made up to March 1 j and show - rh» imoiin! tinned at That I date to h< 10,(97,(MM) bales i On the strength of this report 'here was ι break of 2" points on ihi I tankers .,f l*neuinonia j \ ilil tlii 1.i ι;ι !· · . 1 ' I patient has recovered the lungs λ γ» weakened. making t he m purullnrlj j '.'isi «'ptibie Ό th· development ot • oosumptton Foley'· Honey and Tat I will ι-top the cough heal and • ncthen the lung* UMl prevent κι ίin ,i lai 'iripf ·· cnugbt vield iuu SUy to ' Η**, wtmricrful ι iiritttve | «maUUe* of Fol* ν κ Hoftty aatl Tar ' T»u · \* aothln* · \' \ ph»1 r#< or<l mat!' b; Ht# teiep+ ratur*' ' iR WftXRÉIh'ltiC1 Idk' Th**r*f »λ* r.ot (iciI,ν ά hfûvy front, but J ht vr< (jui?" t&wit U to b*' j «« ■. . : h.i · ■<< ' : « ι«·ΐ» ii-i b *4i> . ftttd th«* « ban*»1* ar* j itil H ha* !»»*-«·si, **nurel> «taKtroyod j 11 «III probably few* two or thr*»* da ν» Mon >h< ϊΊί«·υ( «if th»· ttsjtsry will be known V « > ! i fij( It Λ Γ!» *· ill· jlhti badt* t*}tir«*d toy 'hf tfoe* tied frtN·*» Silverware (M High Degree No ■>·« .-ii'in! ι1 ' rnadf ■' τ Silvprwiirv that ο π· s fr>>«t j ■ ur *!<>rt· The· ■ v. n<r i■ h .«ΐκιοπβ. fork λ. kir. v and ·ινίι vtiiual put <·< ran «'t il Ικ· |ir>'U<i • f th<'rn Ut-au-··· tin· an· the r«T«m ix'Ml .'taniinn! *·( qual t> If you have a jfift to [niivl ,i-t or ru····! s.lvi-ry.ar.· !'· r yuur .iwti hotTii· c»m<· t<· «itir stnr.· an·! ·> — the manv dt^irablc fl' -.ijjnh that we are ■ *Trri'u'. M.W.Walker The Fashionable .Jeweler We Have for Sale Rt sidence-- md Lots in ill pal· t tht- . it\ Some wt· co vider verv Γ:·,ΐΜΐη:ι!,ι in pru"e. We j!so h ivt S'>me t irm^ tη it :.i .· yo d for homes or in\" stment 7 Room Cottage >r. Od h:im Ave. $2,! 50 5 Rimm Cottage r Β ill- ! ards Heights $1,000 : Sever :l other re ι p.ir uains See us for full description. jryiiP OrflTV i!fl I LAnO i'LnJl U ]. L. C TO DO, Pi-ea. T. H. BARROW. Se· ty j » ♦ ❖ / ♦ ο ♦ » ♦ * ANNOUNCEMENTS. * ❖ ^ The following announcements are made, subject ίο the action of the Democratic Primary, July 28, 1900: l or County Judge. YANCY D. KBMBLE. TOM SPENCER. —ο— For County Clei-k: CH All LEY CROCICE It BOS BtmiaoN. JfeSSE PARKER. Jdiix M LOGGINS For District Clerk: ALVIN Ρ KIDD. AMZi CAROTHERS CUNT SPALDING For County Attorney: MARK SMITH. —ο ίοι County .Superintendent Public j Instruction: J. T. BROOKS, re-election. For Tax Assessor: J. X. McELROY. -Re-election. J. C. WILLIS. JACK KILLEBREW. —ο— For Tax ' "Hector. SIMP SPENCER, reelection For Sheriff: W. H. FORBES TON Y CROWELI. Γ A. MILLER. J. W. KENNEDY J. P. MINNICK, re-election .1 Γ DARDEN —o— l'or .luetic* of the Peati' Precinct 1; V.' H. (Will) DAVIS M. W. MKNIGHT —ο— For ConiLuisMoner I'recinrt I M I) RUTHERFORD —ο— I 'm· < oiiiinisMoiti'r |*reeinct I W A. WITHERS POON R P. GRIMES R. S ΒΥΝΓΜ ED LOWE I lit- Kviilriic·· Cum luflcd. The ι \ idem· in th· case of I. 1. ι ■ ' ΐι ι : ι . 1 luiisti ,ii an.Î · χ as Central and Texas Midland tail road was concluded lhis afternoon, and h< u! utnent is now in progress. A motion filed Ia iln attorney» of the Texas Midland, .isklng lhat the ■jut « be Ins i tjctod to return a \er di< in favor · f that road wan thi* aft· rnoon sustained the court. I ni·· - I.· .».· Itiuk [Tho rink «ill I» re . ned tor th. • hlldren .·«· Iunit· ι> fr< ni w*en thlr». to . iichf Ihlrt) \o fe< will b· . h.'t ■ <1 'It·* ι hildrt n fur iVhIim. A lirii Jutt nurd * plumber «il Uttafclvr »l'h I - '"rook (< Holb itk·»»*· «4 Ί ♦ ♦ ♦ It I l>. «XH.I M\ « « ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ «♦♦♦♦♦ Midlothian. M i-, h lit The mo*t nter*· -It- te^Hing ρ* rh«p«, wr have f\ a held wan on tit*· even Hi κ of March )·>»·> In tbl* «It j·. The h ou*·· ·\·. ι .Si» cl to nul» r by tb· pr»**lilt'Ut, \V tî (àurdncr, of Hnrri>st<»n and Mav r S· wi ll welcomed the vHItor# !n hl» own en cerful way. telling 'hem tin t>'·' w bail wan none too good for tin : ii M- of Inch- Sail D, Τ Brutulau" n-spondeu in lx?b:ilf of ■b< « rtb ifid In a neat ipoorh tli .nl.. .1 tli. rat· '>i Ii.ι the cordial erecting I'rof J |i Coghlan was liwtoned to wilt iiff.it Interest and Ills speech mi Pi -41' inn was the kind that at ot» ni fil the sympathies of Ms In ircrt. and «'specially do th·* fili al ijirili'iM love to call him their friend, fui' such he is \V Η Hawkins brought down tin housM· In , s[m ci h on "Multiply and Replenish" and all of our meetings at tin pltu i· would havi been incom p!i ι f « il bout M · i la « i. Iη.·· l'o nnas'i-r Cosgrove of Venus sus Inlned his reputation as a speaker stud ill uii' sayings wer· well re ceived. lint t lu moi intet· ι Ins of ι h·· ' ogram was (I· lecture of Mr '.ont?. a rural route Inspector from Indlunapalb-, Ind Mr. Long gave l:c I·· \s ■ nu l practical advice along 'u Γ:.·· ol improving the service, >ii " llu carrier who iliil more than i'. ri . I ! > required of him was llu· ο m who would firs! In., promoted and urged .i dos·· attention to duty and trlft obedience to Ihe postal laws tnl i·. u, nia t ion κ and advises that we wort In co-operation with the pat >oii of our routes with a view of bet ti i intj ! he road condition,s, and fur ther In· slated that "every carrier houM belong to (lie association." ι I'l· a ι keep 11 · i : - last tatement In your mind, bov ι Personally I regard il -tociation as educational in it- ratlin and pis ι posi and believe a. man can fit hint self to become a better carrier by be longing to it, v;siiins meetings and I 1 i-epitiK himself thoroughly posted ] on ail law.-, rub·- and regulations of j the departmeni. But I am Rettinn I ol'i the subject. The entire bunch of | carriers present expressed them ■ selves as being in neflted by Mr ; Long'.- advice and. t-usReKtions. and | after a few short pointed speeches ; by Mr. Street of Ennis. Λ1 ■ .rs. Har-j ris and Cosgrovi of Venus a suej· tiou w as made about someone being j liungry This started the cornniittee j >n valiug" and the eat It· and'eee·· ι ivas invited lo the din in v. room -..111111 j ivas already aranged to'accomniodaI ' I went y -fou r cariers al a time. The! lable was heavy laden vitb most tempting edibles and slill more and nioi" was placed on when the visitors had finished and a number of old I true and tried eaters like Jim God- i frey, Uurr Marlir. Mud Harnett. Dr.! Sewell, Prof. Coghlan, Κ. K. John son, Sel Moore and Mace Hawkins made a combined attack 011 the bill or far»· and still many baskets of frag ments were gathered from tile bat tle ground. m ii one iiuiir on e.uuruay evening i! was learned that Judge Hawkins could not lu· present which was quite a disappointment, as he was on (he program for .·>. speech on good roads, and I he «atriers from Italy tele phoned i hat they intended coming but mis.-i-d tiie train. The next meet inn will be held In Waxahaehie May at 1 : 10 p. m.. at which time every citizen ->f Rliis county is invited to bi· pfcse.it. :·.·.(! especially do We de sire to meet every rural carrier, every road over: etr. every commissioner and cief.-bo·'.} el: .· wise believes in -iood road: and 1 .<■ 11«■ ; roads. "I'll certainly I;·· alad wle c I'llis c.unity hat sufficient road tax to main',tin li< : roads in a decent way.' It. F WYI.OR. 11 < ! furiosity Afiiyil. From tin Detroit New It was the mayor c.f a Western citj who received the following let ter ol inquiry from a Uoston woman: "Kind and Respected Cir 1 see in a paper that a man named John Sipcs was attacked and et up by a bare whose cubs he was tryinti to git when th. she hart con.· up ;iud stop! him by eatin' hint up in the motin t ai η ι -, near yout town. What I want to know is, did It kill him or was he only partly et up and is he from fhis place and all about the bare I dou't know but what he is a distant husband of mini My first husband was of thai name and 1 sup posed he was killed in the war. but tin nam·· of tin man ihc I..ye t-ι lie jing thi saine 1 thought it might be him after all. an I ought to know it I:, wasu't Killed eilhil in tie Wat or :>> the liai· ici I have been married twic· since aud there ought ίο be ili voice papers got out by him or me if th·1 bare did not eat him all up ! If It i.·» him you will know it by him I having six toes on the left foot He also sings base an has a spread eagle tattoed on his trout (lust and a an· j kor on his riitht arm. which you will know ti ι m by if the bare did not eat ι up thi ι sines of its being him If .ι11\ ι1 don t tell him I am married to I * ι·· \\ lit. (·>. η· π- ilk· d loc Mi-I.!.· ι mi ' ■ : 11 * ,· ■ ■: . - ft I aui ibd. but find out nil you can about him without hK know in., any thing what it i» for That Is if the bare did not --at htm all up. if il did I don't ·■· a.·· )ou < h do itnythiu. and you ueedti t ik. no ' .util· Μ . ν lueurs tlw* ' η·φΙ< >î»h Orlno ijuatire Fruit Syruri »tlmu lati the ItT'T «ùd thoroughly «leans in tb«» «yttam «ad clear» the com plHlM of pltuple» nut blotch·· - It Is th·· twst laxative for women and rhtldn h ** It ι· m id and pi*usant Mid du··· out grip» or irk··» Ortuu i* much npurlot to pill·· aperient »aUn nod all ortlluary <athartlra a· It iliiM »«t Irrl'*·» 'h* ttoiuach ttt.t ' I»·»! ·♦■»♦♦♦♦« <3> φ* ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ « * * WANT COLUMN ♦ « *> + «*♦♦-> ♦♦♦♦♦♦■ WEATHER I'oniglii un il Wednes ; day tail·, slowly rising temperature. .Monday max. I'!. min. - . • 'OU Sali: -Corn, nati a ill ha>. .1. C. Gibson. tf WHERE DM yon net it? At the Model lia ko t'y. tf KOI; KENT Cottage on Kaufman street. .VHitli Smith. tt LOST (îold waich fob. Please re tnn» ii» Ralph (Ïy'y Ι lu l ane'. :>o<i !"OR SALE Λ1 y home, 7· room hou » il Olilham avenue. H L. Oorawell.ti ' \N l'KD Set of b<> »lis *" ·.» μ fr'-a, 5 to !> o'eloi.· ]ι -m S-e I .< » ; ι M.— ·>. _ '··!'!" Fl)R Ri!NT Τ .ο )(„···,· rooir. . m! h.il! over Mist rot I rus & Co. F. S. i'ronk. FOR RENT- Nicely furnished room close in. Apply at 112 Kaufman street. tf LOST A purse containing three bills. Libural reward for return to this office. tf WANTED To buy a second hand electric motor, 22t> \olts. at once, j Walter Crow. 300 LOST Gold cross with old English ! S engraved jn center Return to Daily Light office. 99 i WANTED Lady solicitor. Call at on«-i at Jlr> Geddings boarding house ::ill East Main street. 99p FOR RENT A five room house wiln liai' City water and barn. On Col b '.a l ee·. \ T. Bishop. I CLOTHING Cleaned and . pressed ' Buy second hand clothing. ,!. S Per rin, "<"»S East Main street. tf ] FOR SALE One r.O egg hawk-eye incubator cheap. Inquire a! Mrs. C. Λ. Yelte in Dullard Heights 99p | ORDER Vour spring suit now. 1 loi - comb & Page have a nice line of sam- ! pies and will lie glad to show you. tf FUNERAL DIRECTING If > ni need an undertaker, Kemhli Γ,ro- | will answer your call promptly da> or night. tl i FOR RENT Resident ο on Oldham avenue, close in; bath roooi. serv ants house Miss Emm: Da .»♦ 'Γ. F Thompson's. ιί ! I'OII SALE \ brand new pai of $4.00. ball bearing, steel wheel skat.·. Never been used bat one tim» Will fit No sho· Price $2 ι Enquire ;» Daih Light of-i flee. " rf j WANTED Manager for branch of fii e ν wish to locate her·» in Waxa hachie Address, with references. | The Morris Who;» - »'·· 1»· »a.-> Cinln nati. Ohio 02 <ΊΤ\ W\o| \< \ \iy \ts For City uiul t » »lI· « r«»i CHAH I.Κ Y KEVNK! »> —o I 'or C '11 > MatMial TOM DIXON. r< «·».♦ Uuti Ch I 'or < ι» ·» -»« < rctarj CHAKLKY WALT Κ MS I <»r ( ic \ Γrt tsurn SAM \NPRK\YS Γ'ί <it> J Μ K^KHIIMI Κ ο ί< «»r \ M* ? . ut \\ .^ · * ! I Γ H KKNNKH I «»r ϋ·1« rtu-th Ward \\ h Y* UC1QH. π * t|uu —β»— I · r \l«l« r lu t». \\ inl '· l.BE : M. Κ Λ M \ mail gudh urt Ait* u«I« «l tb* ^ uf» vf I»: Kirhutil lturr fi ' ti» Mm» Libra»;. Um u»*h Dr ilur ton Uert*ir**«i «a th· e»»ibj««t of 1 Τ h** NiiViM «»f T»)daT Mr I* An Inirtr^Uttl nk^r and k#*pt ht* <«udt'-n<< »t»U ο don't η..-gleet to order sack of our flour. Milled from the choicest wheat obtainable in the world. Every precaution is taken to secure absolute cleanliness in its preparation. Modern Milling <S M'f'g Co. Si 2/ou Ί,/Jant 2/our Suit Cleaned and iPrcsscd And w int it dune in a manner that v\ ii! meet your evtr\ t auc — bring or send it to ί \m.h l s HABHRl ) \ΝΗΙ:ΚΊ W·4 take pains, and do the work in a scien tific manner. ; TJ/iee Jar/cy Buy a Kauffman . or Enterprise Buggy and you will do well. Sold by HOWELL H'D'W. CO. Cure Your Cough stop your Lung· irritation, relieve your Sore Throat and drive out your Chronic Cold, with the only cer tain, and strictly scientific,Cure for Coughs and Colds: DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR CONSUMPTION Almost In Despair. "Our little daughter was given up by two physicians with consumption of the throat, and we were almost in despair, when our druggist recommended Dr. King's New Discovery. After taking four bottles she was perfectly cured and has had no throat trouble since." —GEO. A. EYLER. Cumberland. Md. Price, 50c and #1.00 ggp TRIAL BOTTLES FREE RECOMMENDED, GUARANTEED AND 8CLD 3Y B. \V. FcnrK, W Tevae.