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The Waxahachie Daily Light mt'tn ivi «Muni mi imihu mmh ii «ι « ·».··« mhhm < ίφνννν^νντ ψ ψ ψ wwwww ψψ www m tt ψψψψψψ ψψ ψ ψ ψ wwwwww\}wm Read our big ad and price list on the bacR page today. VROtTABLES: Forlemorrow will hnv> Mu'tird. HrtiMishci. Spina, h. Irlltue, Onions. ( <>1 J rrv, SWf«*t Prpprrv New I' »t *!·>.■ - Ship; ,1 Inn ♦ • · ι Uth Γρχιι * —♦··»··♦♦ »♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦·♦ ♦♦♦ ♦·♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PHONr^l SATURDAY Orders ; W· will supply you with everything the Î ; Vegetable MarKet affords, and your ♦ • groceries will be delivered promptly. * ! PLUMMER ô MIDDLETON jj !! Both Phones. Connelly's old stand. !! ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ «»* ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ m««mm ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ We are here to try and do the inevitable | "to please every one " j t Try us and see if we c in please you. * ♦ ♦ R. C. JOHNSTON 4 CO. j Lumley's Old Stand Phones 31 X ♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ΨΨΨΨΨΨΨΨΨΨΨ Ψ Ψ Ψ ψψψψψψψψψψ WWWWWWWWWWW WWW WWWWWWWWWW # * • We have as good Flour as made. Try a sack "Golden ♦ Grai n" or "Golden Gate." Every sack guar- ♦ ♦ anteed. Plenty of fresh Eggs and Butter. Some # fresh Veg tables fer S turhy. Fancy Fruits always * oi hind. Phone us your nee.ls. ♦ ♦ Old Pboof 170 Λ J3 Τ 1 T\4Τ IT V « New Phone 218 V/. Γ· LiUMLiL I ♦ ·*«»»*»«*· ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦*»♦♦ · ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Crackers and Cakes Just recived a fresh shipment of Brown Crackers and 1 ! Cnkes. 9! [Order some nice fresh Tomatoes and nice Red Apples for tomorrow. ♦ Always have fresh Country Butter and Eg#s. * W. A. GIBSON Both Phones No. 91 ·♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ Watch this space if you want to save money ♦ THE SPOT CASH STORE W. B. RENDER >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ φ φ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ««» iffffffffft ▼▼▼ T . » , . ► < » II Flour That Has Quality. We have a carload of fine Illinois Soft Winter ; Wheat Flour. This is the best flour that can be found ■ on the market. There are three grades, "Omega," ♦ φ "Theta" and "Delta." Any one of the three will ♦ ♦ give you good results. A«k us about it the next order !! ! you make. : ! : «,β- P. P. SMITH Ô Co""" i; · » « **>···«,««·«< » NLUHUtb AMBUSH POSSE 1 lit·· Men Λrr hilliii (hitrn|li! «tin Six Woumr«i Ont I stilly OUTLAWS FINALLY ROUTED I <irl) Our ol tlir Rcnnjeilrv ( ί>ρΙιιιι·Ι «llil ΙΊ,κπ! in Jail Agril Whlb Prrjchrr VV ill Dir ol Mttl Irl Wounds j Si imeiig) .·. OK In Mnnh Π Λ . lierce bltlll·' between « h IΓ» ••«•ii deputy UhPrlir» lK»ftd.i| b,v Λ Y Putty of jKufnoln mut Hlxly negroo*, member» ι of tin Sunk'· faction of Indlnn*. 01 jciirrod at Old Weltory (croundn. six mills smith of ||ι·ιι r lot tu OUI» J·" Jterdny morning. lantlng from dftj j break till !· o'clock. In which Timo thy Fowl or un nged white preach ! «· ι. was mo r t η 11 y wounded, three ne IgrocH killed outright and Γι η eg roe» ' known Ιο lie wounded Tile ofllcer» : j were Intrenched in a ravine and be ι hind biiehe» Mont of them lay on it heir MtomacliH an they fought l'"ow 1 ' 1er wan wounded when he arose to ι survey I he battleground after a vol 1 ι ley had been tired Tin· negroes were ... ι I sixteen rifle· Nearly a srore ç*onp i d The prlKonerH w ere bron κ Iit here ί lust nlghi b> t'nder*herlff It anno η ι j of Mcintosh county and held In the' federal In 11 until !» : II »>. when they I were talfii to Kufnuln. Among | |thom aii many old men There were Inn few Indian». KM» < >1 NVKNTFTI. CAftRKH. I t nique Cluiriicli'i' I'iww·» Λ way III lleiilli of I'ay no (1i«hvp«. Spokane, Wash., March 20.- - When (In· clods of earth ft'll upon «li·· cofBn containing the remains ρΛ Payne K. Cleave* In the little conic-1 tcry al Lylc. Wash., where pioneers ι 'of Klickitat county were gathered to pay the final tribute of love and I friendship, there came to a clone the· ! eventful career of an unique char j jacler, who played his pari In a Mill' j ring Incident on the high seas more! ■than half a century ago. Cleave*, better known aa ".lack,' ! wan a native of Cumberland county I Maine, horn al North Yarmouth lui I 1 S.12. of Kngllh stock who cane over on the Mayflower In 11(20. | While apprenticed lis a tanner, he nailed before the max! and wan tak en primmer by the Spanish Armada. · ι locked In Moro ('antic and finally lib· ι crated by ('resident Kill more In I MM j when It was dlacovered that a mer· |Chantmnn had been sel*ed. Serious International compilent Ioiih were 'threatoiied at the time and the Incl j <l<nt became pari of American h Ik j tory. j Though proud of bin ancestry, he ! rarely «poke of hln family, and hi» J only known relative was the lale j (louerai Λ. N. Corllas, retired, who anawered the last roll call at lien I ver, Col., In October, IB08. Cleaves nerved during this civil war and be came fa mou a an an army cook. He migrated to Klickitat county In 18 71·, and established the tlrat hotel In (hat part of Washington, where he waa a friend to the early settlors and advised them In many matter*. He waa the most widely read man In While his generoalty and Improvi dence left hlra compar»tlv»ly pennl lens ot death his acquaintance* of the parly day* (ltd not d©««rt him hi th«· hour of nwil. They provided nurce* and gave him evpry cure (Hiring hi* brief elekne**, and he rroaaed the <îr«»nt Dlvld»· with κ *mlle on hlii Up* The burial nervlre wn* «Impie, In rowpllanee with thi* lant wl*ho* of the sturdy pioneer, A pine napllng whs planted at the head of the mound which mark* the routing place of "Old .lack" Cleave* Minllilne Company to Move. The Wannhaehto Medicine com patty has outgrown lt« preeent quar tei'N on North Roger* »treet and li preparing to move Into the Skinner block on Woet Main at reef. Carpen ter» began work Krliliy morning making aome alteration* In that por tlon of the building that 1« to be oc cupied by the medicine company ΜΝΗΜΗ WUMAN Il OEEP MYSTERY Λ I ormrf 1rs,η < < it I Mrrt· I t,ii|n llralh al \m crntw> Iml THE RESULT If JEALOUSY I < Mm lniln*tr Mrs Hliwill I iiIIhiI «mi W*« ''itisoinH My Rival lot Htr I lii»l'atni % Alli'i lior»v · Po ι Iirf Ha vr lllr I irllrrN Vim-eiine* ltnl March Λ young woman I* *u«i>i>cted hy ιli·» lioltri' In cnhTt'M I Ion with III" dcalh Mf-'erda» nf H»l««· 11 I'lillMTtunii » hrlde Ihi' former MIh* .1 >«·«·Ι<· l,ee OvrHoli of t >111)11 tl Ti'tllH Mr* Culhcrtftoti an found W I'd iipkiIη\ afternoon In η wood κ lied «t Hip hotiip of loahini llrazelton. where «lie Η ml her husband resided 1 Mill· wb* lightly bound her up nnil face were burned with carbolic Held, and mticli of ι he fluid had born spilled on' her clot hi in She »n nl moat iirtccinHchin In moments of consolouane . In fore her death. «ho «nid "Λ ni h li and woman dragged me Into Un- nhed and poured the stuff down my throat " The |)tincl|wl clew to the murder Hi·- In four letters niy»lerlo\iHly do- | llxered nt the llrnzelton home with | In the Insl wfrt These lellpi were tnrticd over to the police IlllNlncxN Notli'r I have lion nil I the (In Hliop < · I Will , So hint or oil College ut root :i tut Willi con 11 ii 11 ■ ■ the business ni (ho same stand Thi» liabilities of lh<< houao ere assumed by mr ami all accounts dm» lin· h oil Ht» are payable to me, Persona needing work of any kind In thin line are Invited to come and nee me for oHtlinatoH before placing their orders, II·»» peel fully, 807 KI> PAYNK V i'« spa per ( Hiiro Moved. The Mils County Mirror has been moved this week from the Vlekory building on Wnnhlngton street to ι one of the building on College dtreot lit the rear of llio (letnondaiiei· building. The paper occupied (lie | nlllco from which It has Just moved for a period of about slxloon yoai'M, ■ — ; I To I list lire on King lionr. Mrs, Hewitt'» lecture to the ^ Hliakospear olass will bo delivered at the Hlins library tomorrow after- , noon ill 4 o'clock. The subject will bo "King hear." All lovers of this 15rent traded* should be present ΝοπηιιΙ lit Trinity. lu yoHlordn.v's paper tin error was made with reference to (lie Rummer normal being held at Knnls The 1 normiil will bo hold this year at 1 Trinity University In Waxa bach le. ' I I » ΙΙΚΛΤΙΙ OK nil. Ill Oil TI'.ltltY. IIn Dt'liHi <ΊιιιηιμΙ by Wound- Mom Ivttlfo «ιiitl Plwfol. I >111 lu m . ToxtiH, March LM). IM I null !·' Tony wiin nhnt Uild mI :i m s ι iiIkIu h ι u1 donth roflultod nlinoHl II η 1111111\ it Γ t · * I' t ht» onoountoi In vhloh I In* wound* won· Infllotod ΓΙΐο Iγηκ*μΙν ofourt'od about II TrlocK Hoy II Tony, h I η brothor. vont Ιο I ho Hhorlff'N nfflco and sur ondopod It Ih Ntntoil by inomboiM of lu» fit m 11 > thai Dr. T*rry ι η « I Immi rturtiod from flu· clt> niiil whh In (ImiKorouH Htuto of mind, ami that ronhlo ntviHo Innnodlntoly n ΓI « · ι h I m rrlvnl. and that iim η rwmlt ho ro 'olvod ι ho woundu (hut iiulckly aiiHod bin death At ( ll«' Λ11« J4*M( I*·. Two act* of ι>111 excellence tillvt' jim'm ««"cured hy ManiiKcr Iteyniullcr οι- ι he ι l'iimliuli i of I ht- week Ht f hi' ilnlt'Hllr ΊΊ>«· performer* hr<> Itl/.ul ^ Atlma, flexible oqnlllbiiHte, And ■11hh 1 .oiiIni· I'lmpelle. i\ woprnnlst of Μη· ability Tin' net rImmi by tht· nnlllbrlstH 1h the hettt Hint lias been een on ιbf Majestic'» stii*'· nnd l« ilthmit doubt superior to hiij net f th<> kind ever presented In tho It y Mis·) Chapelle In it η operatic Iiir»' ι- whom· repertoire Inolude* (impositions hy iIuhmIciiI authors Uni lins il volci· of wondi rful depth ind eweotnoHM and It In a delight to ittnr lief slnu .liutjtiucnt by Agreement. When dlHtrli't rotiri convened •'rlday morning the attorneys In the 'nue of \ J η h ni spy nnd other» iKalnut the Houston and Texas .'entrai in 11 rond company announ ied that ii compromise hud been cf. 'ected. Λ Judgment by eenieni vas then entered on the ■ Itet. Hy he terms of the Kottleiuci the rall ■Ottd company will pay t «> plain Iffs the difference betwci ;i tho vnl le of tho property and th '«suranco ■ollected, which will ι >nnt to *bout. The comp;>: will alto liny the coût# In tho ln<tr|H'i><l< iiU |<ni(l hi 'IVmih, According to the pr««lItu 1 nttι \ π» poil of lin» ΙΊιΙΙοίΙ Hlnh'i KOVern monl by r'ati'H. tin» Ind'»pend «ni . Itiud (lie SouthwoMtern In I,ho iminlMM' « » Γ lelephonew In nue In T«'Xi»f by aHoirt 40 per eent The Sontbwestern find 11κ nub Ι1γοιι«ι»η. togot her. ha ve l«M" ι ban 1,000 "phone* In (ΛΊΊΗί! nf the Indepentl· ontn alone. In tfil» report Πι·· following ttjutren lire shown for the nfnte of TVxhh: Independent lelephonow lON.NN'J Routhwentern > 11· II1 tele pbonen . V «» S\il< llronneH of I In· Soul li west em < or Hell) I fie ρ h ο 11 · ή Λ Ι'ΗΚΤΤΛ I» not ko hard to bring homo If you know the right npot tud Imvo » Rood otitflt of rods, linos, filon, etc. You murk tho «pot we'll furnlnh ihu rout. Might oven give you η good tip an to whore tho fl»h await your coming, every thing In tho x|x>rtlng good* line SICK Ol'U SHOW WINDOW rnEHCfurrioN οκυααΐΒΤβ Il τ-, ,— The New l'resh Styles ι M Ε Ν" S SUITS I or .S/'f ι tig ii ην (fir .I t f Af 11 % · ihn· In* »f M»|T* 1 loftth-.fr that h*M ««i>r l« « ti *·♦·»♦ \\α*μ»μ tii< fι it »· lh« Μι» - m » Μι ΐί N«|· au'l r* I fftHI M'ld *M< ft * ρ ftHMt *ho*lu Τ lit» «Oint»· m 1 <î t ' frti'fly f'* lift H ' M » •"••"fi ' ' «'··■%! hhi»· PnM«*tn< m util mo«-ih uf ilrtj* lh mftftti» ill fur**·. In timll··! nid In ntb»t« mIim t ίι i· il»'· '·μι «««Λrl· -. ·· ii *·" ι l|M» « 11 · f * » Im» «>f'M No Clothing W i/.s Evrr Cut in Hrttcr Tu sic T/mn I h<s< Suits tot HpritiK lî*»·· Thn nhiioflt** r»f nfcttviîio rftylw IwifY* (tint air of K' MlUlly whI« Il tvt* fi nf i«» ni* i)* uppr»*Hal« Mut for all of thut. Μι*» «Mil lu l1f»Cl<l«MÎ|v llf« Μθ«Ι rOfltM lie vt» f hr ««g fmnf nn«l fit h light h ûIomim tItHti in form··» muinoti The Makes are up to our High Standard thr Best Sot n su H ■' ΐ"·Μ|· m ΜΗ 111 i»·· good. uni a Still mo oxpcu«lvp a not l<» nhov full valur for thi» prie* You will renin rk on Un* Inrrenno lu \ ilufjH over ihns·· of auv former M(Wtf*OU Men's Suits $12.50 to $30.00 NEW 01)1) TROUSERS KtRiiri· lin you muy you cannot bu y h Ritrmpiil Hint a <\ ·) κ mon» lo lin· fi'i'shlm.· mi of ih<· young man u wardrobe llian th<> extra pair of TrouHpr* If well elected. Tile "well m·t■ ting" purl will bo a certain Γί>ηκ<·ΐ|ΐιι·ιιι·«· If you come 10 till» store in do your buyliiK Prices run from 2.50 to V.'oO anil ι In vnrli'l .v of new Spring jm( - 11 ιίιη Ιο MfliTl from lu il·'dcleill.v Ιπγκι Λ η I < 11 · from (hp Rfitple pffwt* «r< are hIiowIiik th«· iicwomI mIjIch In Willie and Striped KlanclH Collin Haiurday and hi··· lln· new (ΊοΙΙιΙιικ ηίκυ New Hats, New Low-Cuts, New Furnishing Goods Matthews Bros. II. ι. .. Ί· I· Il I II" 1 ' 1 II t Ιι I »' 1 Ν 5 M?» North Side Square 3 Days Commencing THURSDAY, Mch25 LOUISE CHAPELLE Ili-rim it RIZAL & ATMIA Tlio Klrxlblo K(|iiIIIIii-I«Ih MAJESTOQRAPH ' Wîmv **<-"'*»«* ρι<«4·ι»·*»· R changed jbivfiy υ 1.1 ι· miB'iTi' κ»1.L.ûa ADMISSION |A S Pertorminees Daily | vv 3:10, 7:3· ami 8:3· p. m. Extra IVrformanre Hat ardu jr.