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The Waxahachie Daily Light.
TOI I MK IT lilt. TKVt*. MmMiU Jill IV II»IT, Mmtt.it M r-wrr ν rrT"-.aagas^tciMiTHaHairi ■ a· Another Big Shipment PE.ACHES The finest we h.ive hid yet. Better stock, inJ tvisk et >ne-:hird larger than usual size. Price, per baaKet, 25c nT' J.B.HINES Fresh Fruits Fresh Vegetables t Fresh Groceries J OF EVERY KIND ROY CONNALLY & CO, For Saturday's Order We will have α very complete line of Fruits, Melons and Vegetables. Phone us your orders early. Try a sack of R.ed Top or Purity Flour E,. C. LUMLEY, Both Phones Opposite P. O. 1 Some New CaKes I Just received at our store— Cocoanut Dainties Social Tea Two of the finest cakes you ever ate. With your next order ask for a box O'dgon. ρ ρ SMITH 6 CO. New 30 final! Coal! Goal! We are tîoin^ tu >ffer th ·.· people of Waxa hachie a proposition on tneir Winter's sup p!v of Coal that has never been made them her.'tofore. Listen--our teams are all very busy now delivering ue tnd tor that reason we annot 1.-liver iny large ,|uantities of >al. but, we ire goin^ to ucept >rders for next ten davs fur Coal to be delivere i during months of October and November it ι pri, .· 'nit will surprise vou If you want to _;et in <n this proposition phone us th·* number >f t^ns ν u wili want we will *nter this >n ,ur books in 1 in October or November we will leltver vou the verv h nicest grade >t Kan y I.imp M Alest.r C ii in J olie, t ; r - mi·· the small sum ο ί $6.75 per ton. W- ^ , .r ifitee the »al t < give satisfaction r m· nev refunded. I his proposition s ,ρ(·η ; r ten 1 tys >nlv In 'rus w ιν \· >u ^ ·? C■ < ι fres· from th · π·λ λ ' · Ins [ ctt< thai: t on. it μ >λ ^ >«: Ion ι ρ iv f >r h inti pu; in ν si bills Just think : :· mix >'· t η ' >r h !rι. . I πιι· M V · · r C ' !e!:\ re ! in ' ) ' tvr r Ν >\ r Waxahachie Ice Works ADVERTISING MAKES KNOWN YOUR BARGAINS « WANT! A FATAL PIST FKiHT Tv· Plot t>m< μ ι Strveftc ta Im4 m4 0t< b MM M· Jul> 1 \! Satuttla. about ,, ■ i.M'k \\ :!l Hamilton »»· Κ ..l»d In .» » ith Will «irai. in which no w«-*p on* were it - * <i ««ran? w»« brought her·· an,) plai ··<! m : h·· munit Jail b> C'on»'.ibU> Kdward» of l'roup» Th« two nu n «pre working on the farm "f II M (.,<rvli. n«'ar I'ronper The* h.ul had *>me trouble bill It I *»* not thought that If would mult ' »<*rlou»h Saturday night both men· had b*en i<> I'rooper and on lh*· *m home Hamilton nici tirant Hamilton 1 wan In a «aeon accompanied by hl» | (wo «on» When Hamilton Haw, Oranf. so the *tor> (toe*, h·· threw ι a bo* of axle grease at him. hlltlnc | him In the fare Grant then got. ai- j ter Hamilton In spite of the fart that ! Hamilton whipped up his home* and ι tried Ό get away («rant followed, and climbing Into the wagon. the two men began lo fight with their fists. Both fell out of the wagon to the ground and the fight was con tlnued wlili their fist*, neither man having any kind of weapon. Finally Hamilton was killed His skull was crushed and he was terribly bruised It is not known whether he was kill ed by the fall out of the wagon or by blows His two little sons were with him. but were too small to take the side of their parent and could only sit still and watch the j fight whii h went so disastrously for' their father. After the fight Grant went to Prosper, where he was taken in cus tody by Deputy Edwards and brought I to jail here He is well known in ' McKinney, where he formerly serv- I ed as a night policeman. He was married about two years ago. Hamil ton wan a married man and has a family. TO BRKAK SOI,IT> SOUTH. Pi*»i«l<nt Said to Be ConleaiplaltBg KnlcrinK H'edfn In <Veorjjla. Atlanta, Ga., July 15.—That ex Gov. Joseph M. Terrell will, within a few months, be offered the posi tion of t'nited States district attor ney for the northern district of Geor gia. now held by Carter Tate, is the assertion frequently made and gain i it κ credence generally. If is pointed out that President Roosevelt is anx ious to break the solid south and to accomplish this will bestow itnpor-j tant positions upon influential men ^ it is stale) President Roosevelt was · ι deeply touched by the tribute paid! ! him by Georgia at the Jamestown ι 'exposition and that ex Gov Terrell's; appointment will be the first wedge ι .in the stale. It is understood Tate j I will resign to run for Judge It Is I believed Terrell would accept tin· ap- I j pointment. Porting I.b rtion Villi··* Off ii · I >ep 11 ' Sweat' h.i^ been holding the sheriff's offl-e down by 'himself todu> Sheriff Korb··- and 'all the field deputies departed for j different se< tlons of the count\ this ! morning to pout bulletins of the special election to be held Tuesday, \ llgust ' Oil·· I. " ' : · !' . '.·■ pin· ] ed In each "f th·· forty-seven voting precinct· in the ■ ounty. iiid It will probably require t»u for the officers to get election I* to give the port milt y Ιο add a '··* ! menu to the onmtttii hree dayi ThU AN ADDRESS BY BAILEY j Jvvff 'xutar Sf«4f to · Ur«f U*H <1 Cud Sttvrtoy After»··· Enm· Τι·»,» Jul* Î-·< ti*tn: J W Me r·1- §p«»ke b**r« Raturday n<J(. Ihl< f < · Til f > : · » 1 «11·»·!» (o ' Λ .< . ! '-tit! 'f I »'··» ! » '"· 'If·' pMipl·- h .<·»,·.j h· <· si! ι λ IT! fr··: !>a ι« .mil was Itn ' at (h· «'.iM'in largo « :<>»ι1 in<) fur *e»or,ti minute· nu! pro·»····! fi>: the «■»« of ...Imlrlril·: ftlend* •ΛΚ'-r to graap hl» hand lli· ».·· e* or'«*d to ihf King h"t< I. where an Informai r< < option »n» bold Vh·* Emil.- band pltiMvl a number of η«· tlrtriil ah- During th<> re<-opt loti M Κ Ν'. of Terrell ι> r«-« ·· η r <·· 1 ··· 'he senator η bouquet of flower* aent by Mi - Ida Hodxi· of Terrell, who knew Mr H«1 Icy in Mississippi At 2 o'clock Hon (' A 1'lppln of Ennlx Introduced Senator ilalle> In λ patriotic *peo< h Mr Bailey was greeted with ter«-;«t applause Senator HaiI»·% began by compli menting the audience on Its Intelli gence Hi> nald that while newt all rh·· people of T>'ta are intelligent »nd refined there are some who are ilways abusing him and other good men. but their nu m hers are being reduced He says bad men can not one continue In democratic coun ils. they must change or be driver, lut. The committee here had set out ο keep Bailey's friends from Inter rupting him as they have done at >thpr places, and he was not inter rupted. He referred to the Investiga tion, ι lalmlng that not a man who brought charges against his public or private record would swear to such charges. He said nothing about the Dallas banquet, but he lambas ted Representative James for retua to obey Instructions from the \ prltnarlee. to the principle of party organization and discipline. He had not so much personal grievance against hi.1* ene mies as party principle grievance and he urged his friends to hold steadfast to that doctrine. "You elect a man to the legisla- J ture to vote and speak for you. and! when he falls to do so he violates his trust. This country will never ! have the initiative and referendum. ! Xo two men in twenty understands! the amendments to he voted on In j August You are too busy to study ( them; >011 delegate representatives | to attend to such things if all men ( should turn statesmen who would , make the living?" t Mr. Bailey denounced Kepresenta- i five James and extolled Congress- ( man Beall and llepresentatlve Alder dice. He said In speaking of Mr. jt .lames' refusal to vote for him : "lfj< you forgive a recreant legislator this h year another may do the same wax |t next year. The unpardonable poiiti j lal sin is the refusal ·1 a r«jpre*e·-|, tative to obey party Instruction· ! I "Some men say that every has his price. If that is your trine it la not mine Tho Contai soldiers who f.iugl Franklin t.'l MJ have been bribed d not the 1 (southern cauae." There were man. old soldiers ou the platform am they gave liberal applause. The speaker said that moral cow ardice Is worse III politics than ven ality. He contended that the dan ger that threatens this nation Is the extremes, monoply and socialism. Social ism. he says. Is a resul of mon >poly. The best application of the >est Intelligence In the country is in : lemand. Believe in a philosophy thai evels up; let young men seek to ex el. and the country will reward in ivldual merit. I.et us have equali \. but let excellence r· a|> Its reward ii the battle of life Teach corpora-,' Ions to obey the law. Thev do not an· lor fin> for the people furnith be money. Hut a prison sentence ι an not be put on the people. Me irged populists to return to the old-ι line principles of democrat·) "There ie no benefit In a victory Mined ;it the expense of principle j. ,er us have a government of free lom \'o taxation more than enough ο pa> expenses of government; re lu··· ill·· arm> .luatice Is better th in iitiileshlps and patriotism Is belter hail ι hired soldlei\ The American people max' be relied upon to defend he flag from a patriotic motive »lth greater effectiveness than can x· had through any arm* of hire· The »enator «poke lfie«n nilnuli-t, but nanv matters ιιρ<>η ι ». ,ιηχι · κ t 1 h> j I Mil I III·· I \ l«ll· < II > W C HiMMwr. one of 'he old sr· oho liven hetseen Mill·» d no hours an·) .•ft untouched . ι lllxl·»^ I U SHOOTS H Kit HUSBAND. I Mrffm U'omiui Kills -Spouse mad la ! In Jail at Waro. ! Waco, July 15.—At a trading house near Tehuacana at an early hour yesterday Jennie McGowan. Icolored) shot and Instantly killed her husband, Austin McGowan. The weapon used was a 45-caIbre Col't revolver. The woman claims self-de rense. She is In Jail here, ( harmed *ith murder. She is a daughter of Jeorge Allen, a respected netrro and owner of lhat place 111) )l<> III I I \\ \> \ JOkl luslianil I · ι < I Sol 11· · I i < \ · · U if· II.el I'oi.soncfl HriM-lf ami liuli.t. Hawkinsville. Oa , July 1.r> Mrs. duck McKInne» a young wife, af er some words with her husband, vlio lives ne;i : here, vesterda> iwa! owed a dose of strychnine after giving some to her --year-old daugh· er. She then fold her husband of It, a ho treated it .i> :i joke Soon, how ■ver. mother and ι hild died in g;· r I 'loll' , I S ι lil ι · KÎM.-.I Waco Texan. Jul* 15. - Mi ijro woma i^mt to th ■peq .•pat ι» ί Γ—<Dt UIM >· k>i* te c·' tt* < itfpf til# !#·*! lony Cos l>o t* kM« lM «· u* Mill M <f·· ' *·«! of "!»· pro»· itim f <k« · m ι »ι·-«β ία rkw· ι· m v-tiu— tM.i ' 11 t it χ tfc* ; >f vr prttMft. " V · ioWit ι u ir'»l. »il l»t> fcHtr ft ·»,:.■* ·> «ι :>4|mh C. Y Thomson Û Co.. i» i * · Be up-to-date Gft mt 1 Mi· if »'ir v>ft *. ! ι » r t wilt 'PltlenJ t · · rn j· h It»fv ir η λ Ν Ijm yeif's bifti nt»>ts found he»e Bitt lut F un ν \ r»ov THIRSTY ? ? ? ΓΗ it »eem· · · he the trοuh I · with m inv the*e η ■· i iys in.t thirs ty m >rt ιi ^ .τη t · kn •me inJ ;ust w τ t- >m have their t h ιr ■■ h.> I iuen; Our fount ι tracts ' tit Jellv : ' ir.1 /le tr^m if it ittr»< tn V\ t\ η Jt m »»t with like on mut a è. HI· The Great Semi-Annual Clearance SALE at the Matthews' Store to continue all of THIS WEEK EVERYTHING ON SALE \MaUhews Bros,\