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The Waxahachie Daily Light.
VOL CMC XT. «U.U.tiHlK TtiXAA. Tl>:st»tt, it Μ Ιβ. lw»T XIHHKH97. Another Big Shipment PE,ACHES The finest we hjvc had yet. Bettor stock, an J bask et 'jne-thirJ larger thin usual $i/e. Price, per basKet, 25c Pl»r J. B. HINES Fresh Fruits i Fresh Vegetables i Fresh Groceries i ! OF EVERY KIND 5 ROY CONNALLY & CO. i Ice Cold Watermelons ] A Specialty | Fresh Vegetables and Fruits regular j with your grocery order. j Chickens sometimes. j E.. C. LUMLEY, ] Both Phones Opposite P. O. J Some New Cakes Just received at our store— Cocoanut Dainties w Social Tea f Two of the finest cakes you ever -j ate. With your next order ask for 5 a box i P. p. SMITH & CO. New 30 Coal! Coal! Coal! We are goin^ to offer the people of Waxa hachie a proposition on their Winter's sup ply of Coal that has never been made them heretofore. Listen--·>ur teams are ail very busy now delivering ice and tor that reason we c mnot deliver any lar^e quantities of . >al, but, we ire going to iccept orders tor next ten davs tor Coal to be delivered during months "t October and November at ι price that will surprise vou. It you want to get in η this proposition phone us the number >t tons you will want, we will enter tins >n >ur b joks md in October or Ν -vember we will deliver vou the \ erv houest grade ot I- in v Lump McAlester Cul md ollect t r same the small sum of $6.75 per ton. We gu.ir intee the : >al to give satisfaction or mnnev tefunded. This proposition is «pen f t : η i.t\s ni\ In this wav vmt get C i fr ■ I'om the mines which is better than : ·ι·η^ it π α > ■·: ! η ' ρ iv t r ιί until . η \ >'ir : .us J ι ■· !··ί>n · · ·τ..ν >' ..r t η · r l· ir ν I .m; M \ -··' C i • \-t-J :n Κ ' r ' Ν Waxahachie Ice Works ADVERTISINC MAKES KNOWN YOUR BARGAINS * WAN! THE STATE LOOSES OUT j rr#«Til Jrtff IrvMt Ifttvs t« lb fWf€ Iftmer Nrilofrr. I Sherman. TV*n« Jul·· 1Λ Jim! ι tw-fore noon ye*'erday Judge D Κ Uri «m of the friloral court herr In dicated what hi* derlalon voutij 1« in th<· W . ι τ ι ■ m |·|«'γι<> Oil company • ici»· hip <.hm· tried hy him lant week in t h ·· following mwiatme to \ttorne\ < Jetterai Dttvlddon I Sherman. Τιι,ι», July 1 £», lSuT Hon li V Davidson, Attorney « ; « » η • ■γη!, Aufttln. Tfx;i- Present applies Hon fur me to return property to " \V .iters IMer« e (>11 rompant will be d^Dlid, without prejudii e. however. t« any future application to deliver It to receiver of state court should I'nc hereafter I»· nuthorl/ed to take possession Will also make clearer that niv order appointing a receiver was not Intended to authorize hint to sell any property except stock In trade while conducting the business Written opinion will follow (rtigned) I) Κ BRYANT, Judge. It was mated that the written opinion will he \erv long, exhaustive and voluminous and «ill probably not he ready for several days. The message sent yesterday was I In response to a request made by the attorney for the state at the con clusion of the argument, the attor . [ ne>. Mr Allen. stating at the time that the time In which an appeal could be filed was limited, ι During the recent hearing in the ' states' application the reference by state's counsel to the fact that the order appointing Chester Β Dor chester receiver might be construed ! to give the federal receiver the right ι to dispose of all the oil company's j property in the state called forth re , marks by Judge Bryant from the bench to the effect that while every i precaution had been taken to protect the interests of the state, the para graph upon which the state's counsel ι placed the above construction could lie modified, concluding Its case upon I ι the straight application to have the > I order appointing Receiver Dorehes ; ! ter vacated. ^ Judge Bryant's "telegram to At ► I torney General Davidson as to mak £ I tng the order clearer on that point 'shows that the state's counsel mis = j construed the court's intentions, t 1 When asked as to the effect or ► iltls position. Receiver Dorchestei J I said: "I am still in possession and > (the receiver's office will transact all I » v- - io.ninaoe «f the rnmnfl η ν in this J I state unless restrained by further « I action of the plaintiffs in this rase. ' JThe present ruling left my pogses ' , sion undisturbed." Death of Ale* William I A special from Cuero under date ι of July 15, says: "Mr. Alex Wil ! liams died at his home in this city ι Saturday afternoon after a short ill I ness of measles. For the past 18 I months he had been assistant editor I ι and manager of the Cureo Daily ι Record. He was well thought of and ; liked by all who knew him. Uesides ! a wife and one little child he leaves J _ a brothel·, who resides in Port l.a- 1 ι vaca. The funeral occurred yester-! : day afternoon at â o'clock." ι The part\ referred to in the above! , special i. believed to be the former I editor and manugei of the Dai 1 > Light .Mr William- w a connected with the paper in it- earlv days, and I left hen- scleral veals ago to go to I Cuba, lb· was in Havana ihirlng the Spanish \mericau war. and aftet I peace had been ; estored In -pent a iiuti·· of >■<■.;!- in t In · ι. . . if the I tii 'I II State ■ <I\ I'M! m· · ' 1er he w.i- ι nnuet ted with ι big menautile ' i'-ι , bli.-li men ι ι Hi- I · lenil. in Waxahachie havt krmwn nothing of hi- movetueiii d' ing 'In past t » . ι .ι three > ear Wn* in I'oor Health for \ i-nrs Ira W Kelly ..f Man-field. l'a . writes ' I »a- in poor health for two veals -Hlffei till: f >r. rddtiev nul I...utile: · · <.ut> 1 . ad ; ■ on iderable money ■ onsiiltlng i>h> clan without obtaining any mark· -I ' ■■· l: ! : ' λ ι ■ I ! ο|··ν s Kldlies ("lire, md I d» : le to lit my tewtlmouy that It may I·.» 'he ran*·· .f ·.·»·..· Ill,· It;,· »,·(. ' !·.*·■ Itefiis·· iilistlttiti ■ Il W F I· ι Mil l>lll \ NOT I. \ ► MIT» I» ' lm|MiriAtti Itmfr itf lntl-l'a>« I «η Non HnlM I p. * 'Uli ! «■*«*. Jult He Λ mon»· h·· -fwral (oerefuin* th»· »D'; f pa»N la» » M. h at* η·-» ln !(ik* In fh*· attornr* κ<*η "t.i' » ilrpartinrai »od or>«> that t* 1 < an^'n* » h ·· officiai» rori»lder»M« f .itixleti f.ir it l« rr»lu«'<l that th.· i ruling will «fft i! β great t: un («»»· I [>!·· and mu> be adverw lu >h<* In [ι···»-· i.f njan\ h monte ih<»iu> ι··β,ι alil» to pa> Th«» question h«* been u«k»M If under the I·** the railroad ■ai.,1 str···! ι a rs will fx· [wrnil t t*Vi In • ii-1 fr«-·· ai heretofore children un (I· five \t-.ir~ nf aire ami for half f ir» hlhlri'ii under lut'lve imr» of Tlx* statute ver> rari-fuiU and specifically enumerate* ell lh<· ex • <■;· Ions to whom free (>hma\ Ι·.· g|\en and dulim that any per !-"ti olh<*r than those excepted In the n't » ho accepts and um free trans porlatlon over nil} railway or other < irrying line, or uses m les* rate of fare than Ik received from an> other l«'rnon for a lino each offense fined not less than il on nor tnore than $ 1.0*10 The railroad officiate are also liable for granting the discrim ination and made subject to a like fine and In addition may he senten ce<| to serve a term in the penlten tlarj Children are not exempted or permitted a half ra'e of fare under the new law In line with this question Is another closely related to it and this is whether the law compelling the street railway companies In cities) of over 20.000 Inhabitants to sell | school children tickets at one-half ι the usual rale of fare Is Invalidated by the anti-free pass law and if half rates may be granted by the street railway companies only upon the ap proval of the railway companies. Only a few days ago the manager of the street railway at San Antonio, when ashed to carry free to a subur ban park some children who were being given an outing by a charit able organization, declared that the company would be glad to do so be fore July 12. but after the law be came effective the company would) I be prohibited from rendering such 1 service. Not Ion* since the Austin | electric street railway carried to \ Hvde PnrK a lot of poor children to 1 whom the Salvation Army gave a I picnic; under the construction plac ed on the law this will be forbidden j in the future, but with the approval j Î1 of the railroad commission a special rate may be given. ( See that red garden hose at F. S. j Cronk Co.'s before you buy. No j. ι trouble to show you. tf ; Headquarter With Us The City Drug Store is situated on the north west corner of the square right where you wait for for the oar^ to ta ;e you to the Cha il t a u<1 υ a grounds. We invile you to MÉt your up-town headquar ters at our store You will always l><· welennn to wait for the car-. Come in and make your selves at home uildei mi fan- Leave your in .· age- here. 1 *se i<u: phones. In fait, we r vite yr.;i t<. ask for any accomodation you may want. It will he cheer fully granted Be up-to-date Ui't :nt" >n<· ·>ι r -f' nejilmee shir'» with "PI ι » r · t' h I it". »r * Λ Ν Ι:ΐ*·τ ν tr > bir.1 ηι·\ΐ* foiinj Vt<* Bu* tot Fan, ν \ <·' π v tftîir^ fi ·.! IV I &.t » «Mil » «τ -*»· r» •pie q.vat At til· ptWiQt Un# l* ht * to f»t til·: Vîtl-ir» fv»r ft\** ?* <*<·«?: pttUÎUB t· k<WB, ΛΤ3 f » 1 Iff ttl!S fcCMpftig i* xhm Ύ *]· pro*** ■ «Ml Μ |(}Τ«ΓΙ (if *îl» S«a( Vftla#* in tiJ'WS m« r*> '* 30 ι h·»'' »**a êl>*î'.ï ' te* tupttrfeert* ? of *»^r *. ·»»·!* *a4 JÉMMMlÉÉHMMÉItaJEGÉMk',<^* 1 C. Y. Thomson ί Co Κ* Ψ.Τ. MATTHEWS BROTHERS Semi-Annual Clearance SALE ALL THIS WEEK $12.50 and #15 Suits $10 and $12.50 Suits $16.50 and $18.50 Suits $15 and $16.50 Suits $18 50 and $20 Suits \\ $22.50 and $25 Suits 14-95 Men's 2.50 Hats 1.65 Men's 3.00 Hats 2.45 Men's 4.00 Hats 2.95 All Straw Hats 1-3 off All Panama Hats 1-3 off 2.50 Low Shoes 2.15 II 25c Neckwear 19c 3.00 Low Shoes. 2.45 / 50c Neckwear 39c 4.00 Low Shoes 3.25 | 75c Neckwear 55c 1.50 and 1.75 Shirts 1.35 2.00 Negligee Shirts 1.65 J.50 .Negligee Shirts 1.95 50c Negligee Shirts 39c 75c Negligee Shirts 45c 1 00 Negligee Shirts 89c All 50c Underwear Seam Drawers 44c All 1.00 Underwear 10c Bi.uk ind Γ in Sock> 15c Black md I in So. k- 7 1· 2«1 Bhck ind 1 m H\er\thin^ :s «m >·. bstanti.i! r * 1: Matthews Bros