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The Waxahachie daily light. [volume] (Waxahachie, Tex.) 1894-current, March 31, 1909, Image 4

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Foley's
Honey
and Tar*
Will f;irr a cough or cold no
matter how aevere and preveet
pn«umu«l· and consumption
Λ Guarantee.
Thl· U to certify that all
drugging nrc authorlxed to re
fund yrwtr money If Foley'e
Honey and Tar faite to cure
your cough or cold. Containa
no opiate» The genuine la In a
yellow package. arret! wtnnrra
ANNOUNCEMENT !
The Globe Furniture Ô UndertaKing Co.
ha» purchased the stocK of Furniture
and UndertaKing goods of Kemble Bros,
and will open the doors for business
Friday, April 2nd
II
They will give >ou unheard of bargains.
Everything in the house goes at
LESS THAN COST
Now. this is the opportunity of your life
to buy FyKNiTURF., CARPETS. MATTINGS. LIN
OLEUMS, LACE CURTAINS. WINDOW SHADES, Etc
at prices that will astonish you. Re
member, (his sale begins Friday, April 2
Come Early and Get First Choice
DON'T FORGET THE DATE
Watch tomorrow's Dally Light for fur
ther particulars.
Gï ÔRF furniture « ρ η
ULUDL· UNDERTAKING
Successor to Kemble Bros.
W. 0 CURRY, Mgr, Waxahachie, Texas
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USE YOUR
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SATISFACTION
and
PRINTING
go in the same package
at the
I Southern Printing Co.
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,ln\ini«f lia* ma«li arram<nu-nla In
«upi'ly nnj· »>nn al tlio firnartit Uni··
• till a laifi· liottle h» rt|ir·'»» |>r»
i I alil oil ri'fi'lpt (if $1 on mul If II
lull* to do a* η·|ιπ··<·ιιΐ··ιΙ four mon
• y «III br uftitnloil It» anjr I > π τι k In
|Tulan Λι|ιΙΓ'·κη IiiIiii llRiiriick, Till
|«a, Ohla S Oft |»d
RHKUMATIC IOLKS:
Λre Von Sun· Your Kidneys Are
Well?
Many rheumatic nttaevs are due
to uric acid in the blood. But the
duty of lln> kidneys Is to remove all
iirin acid from the blood. Its pres
ence there shows the kidneys are In
active Don't dally with "uric arid
solvents." You might ko on till
doomsday with them, but until you
cure the kidneys you will never get
well. Doan's Kidney I'llls not only
remove uric acid, but cure the kid
neys and then all danger from uric
acid Is ended. Here Is η Waxahaehle
testimony to prove It:
(!. R. May, farmer, living nine
miles northwest of Waxahaehle,
Texas, says: "My wife was troubled
for nearly a year with rheumatism
and kidney trouble. She had pains In I
tho small of her back end through
her sides, preventing her from as
suming any position that was com
fortable. The kidney secretions at
times acted very Irregularly and
contained a sediment. Her condition
at last became so bad that she was
confined to her bed and though she
tried many remedies and was under ι
the care of a physician, she grow no
better. Doan's Kidney I'llls. procur
ed at H. W. Fearls' drug store re- ,
I loved tho pain and did her more
good than anything she had ever ta
ken. It Is a pleasure to edorso such
a splendid remedy."
For sale by all dealers Price ΓιΟ
cents. Koster-Milburn Co., lluffalo,
New York, sole agents for tho Uni
ted States.
Remember the name - Doan's --
and take no other. d£w3
We have about 25 brand new
Model cook stoves to close nut inside
the next thr<·«■ weeks at 2r> per cent ι
II If for cash We do this in order to ι
make room for a car of Crescent
: loves ai d ranges R 10, Moore Fur
niture Co. dtfwlO
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"inrtiMl fmni Marllti
II··» .1 II Crawford on·* « |W»««on
!'-r in Italy ihU mornlti*
Willi* ('«Ionian and .1 tliiuaton
Miller HN» In Hall»» today
Me Hallln lhiu(ln*a (if Haly If
. i nil I ti κ lola'lie* In the rlly
A no* and n|i-to-d»le 111 ti «I r η I · ■«!
inn κ tnnlihl ai Ih#» Km|ilr«· in·'
Klghlfcti roll# loll pi papor and
'miller for II 00 al Crnnk Γη t(
Seo Httvol nf the atreet ni I ho Ma
i"itI' Iho man of Hip old world οî<
tViinliil—Ten wMlmllon η ml IH>
mli'xitii'ii ni Τιλκί llry (JoorN Co. Ill
Buy your pumps rnim Κ. K. Cronk
•o AM kind». Prices "way down'tf
Buy your floor oil from K. 8.
'ronk (Ό , ηti(1 keep down Hip duel.
Tomato nnd cabbage plants nnd
iweet potato slips, 25c. per 100 Bird
Korrest. tf
When you need a plumber, call
Bunkley, with Κ S Cronk Co. Both
I'll on en HI tf
Watch for tin- Ulobe'a ad In to
iiornm'» Daily Light It will pay
'on to do It π !
Mrs M. I! Templeton of Dallas 1^
lin iîim'SI of Mrs II W Leeper on
»Vesl Main f reet
A car lond of tin· famous (lurney
•efrlgorators Just received at Spald
ng (i McCartney's 30ft
Mrs. VV Padgett and Mrs. II
I Perry of Dallas are guests of Mrs
3. M llines today
Mrs. Μ Κ. Pears will return to
riorrow from Corpus Chrlstl, where
:he spent the winter.
Unheard of bargains in furniture,
itc., at the (ilohe, Watch for ail In
«morrow's Dally Light ΠUi<
Mri'. Saille Martin and Mrs .1. F
>trltkland of Dallas spent Tuesday
η the city with relatives
Who makes plans ano builds inod
• ru h omen? Hee H .1. Krwlti, con
rnetor. Office phone <90. tf
Youi last ι linnce to see William
iross, America's foremost German
otnedlan, at the Majestic tonight H
For fishing or picnic parties wo
wive tallyho, wagonette or any kind
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Mr*. C.J OMOOS. ΙΟΙ MirHnA*·
C. A St«v#ne ê Br»* . Chicago
lia* η··* rea<!y for jour ifitttMprUnn
I he Iti'.ml iful fashion «hpwirjr
the moat «*· ici'i h η (I romplft#1 Un»· of
VVotfipn'1* High < U*h Tajrur Marir
Huit*. < 'lnak«. Skirlw, VVai*t*. Furm
În«l TriniiniMl Millinery Al«»«> Misse*
iiitn. ('(«>;,Wn un;i Skirts in·! Chil
<ir**n'M ( I »mKm Never hofor»» ha* it
been uiir plinnuh' to «how k» muni
Itoiuiliful hI vlcfl ami niHtrriiiÎM. ami 1
know that If you will favor no· with a
• all you will thoroughly enjoy looking
throuuli t It·' lit···, whether you wUh to
buy <»r nut.
Λ.
Delayed Shipment
Just Arrived
I
i A large slock (if Dr·- ili'ii White Knaiiiel«nre, Trlpple
Coated, Add Proof. Direct from Germany. To reduce
the Block and place In your hands some of this beautiful
S ware we will make a special price for 30 days.
I
Howell Hardware Co.
Many Styles that
Appeal
At CROW'S
Just in.
Some in Gray Suede
in Children's AnKle
Straps.
Many new patterns in
Ladies' High Grade
Slippers.
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Cheeves Bros. & Company}
OUR SUMMER SUITS are designed expressly for
^ I us by a manufacturer who is a very Czar for detail. As for
style we can't put it in print, but we can put it on your back
for 10.00 to 25.00
. .
f FOR YOUR FEET. Οι r vici, patent, ox blood and
^ tan Oxfords "toe the mark" in style. Might as well try to ex
^ plain ι sunset to you as to attempt to tell you about the style.
" They wear well, too. 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00 and - 5 00
Ç _ --
«*·■/
IS YOUR FAITHFUL"/ old Hat beginning to look
like a kitten rubbed the wrong way? Good time now to think
of Spring styles. We have the newest models, from 2.00
to - - - - 7.00
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-£^TS~THÀT FIT Ire ^rfi^\ÎdTon't°LXcromss
'r r- s
the cnest, ana . -
and the kind we se», 5"c

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