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The Waxahachie
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Daily Light
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Let Us Supply You
with your grocery wants during May. Our
special offer is to give you nothing but the best
of groceries at the right prices, and serve you ♦
in a way that will please. Trial orders win ·
continuous customers for us—phone and see.
Both Phones. Connelly's old stand.
♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦ « ♦ » ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Hm«m« ♦ ♦ ♦
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We sell the best Missouri Soft |
Wheat Flour at 2 00 per «ack, j
every sack guaranteed. Try ♦
one, and we know we will ♦
make a flour customer of you. »
Fresh Eggs and Butter at all ♦
times. Call 31. ... !'
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• cy New Tomatoes, Squash, Potatoes, Beans and ·
other Vegetables «
We respectfully solicit your next month's orders. ♦

Phone us your orders for Good Eatables. #
ZltZXl O. P. LUMLE.Y .*
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Spcial for One WeeR Only |
11 <>kI η η i η κ Snlurdny, Mny lui. ΚιιιΙΙηκ Kiiturdny Mny Sin. (let
your Whrnt Flour tl will t«Ki> to run you until ni>w wliciM In
nwui rud I am κιιΐιιμ lu κιΊΙ you ι ht* very lient ιΙιμι Ιμ nuide and
every Hiirk χηιιrani«·<·<1 foi Vil. T.Λ per 100 llm. Ilimids of Flour
".lerwy Crenm," "H|>otl···». "Golden Krult" mid "Gold Heurt."
And will HrlI you ii<> H»·· NuKitr fur Ont· Itolliu- wltli every 100
Hih |mrchiiHi>d. Till* will Include nil ruxloniefN ο|κ>ιιΙηκ Ut'W iic
rount. on tho flrtd of tlio month. ::::::
Both Phones No. 91
20c size Pork and Beans
3-lb Tomatoes,
per can

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♦ Fresh shipment of Rock Candy Syrup. ♦
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♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ηφηφφφφη ♦♦♦
A New Month Here
and it finds us better prepared th in ever to serve you
with a complete line of first-class Groceries. We ♦
know we can please you because we please hun- ♦
dreds of others every day. Try us.
°Mçr. ρ ρ SMÏTH ô CO.
I \ Ift Ini^vrt \ι\s II Κ Ili-. In
Irntmn Ι<» Ληη·Μΐη· · .it
IVojrt I imp
Hill Makr llir Rarr Upon th» MnM
Important Uaitr* Which vw 11l U
IVInrr ihr People at fhr
I inn·
H|»eeial to the Dally LtjOit
(J re#»nvtlle Tow· April ".o \<
r<-πΙΙιικ to π letter from lion Cone
Johnson of Tyle, printed in flu* Her
nid 11»Ih morning that gentleman
will I»·» one of the» litndtdat»- Γ·»γ go\
•m nor in I ho next campaign for at ate
jolll< · ^ The l«»ti«»r from Mr Johnson
! wns in reply to oiip ndilnv· oil to him
. η f«>w day* ago by Henry C Harris »>r
I til.' Herald Tin· correspondence 1»·
It ween theae g«'nt lemon as print·»«! In
today's Herald is ns follows:
Ureenvllle. Texas. April 23. 1!>0!«
Hon t'oti" lohnson. Tyler. Texas
I Dour Sir Many of your frienda
in this sectIon and througout the
state nrv. anxious to know if you will
h« a candidate for the democratic
nomination for governor next year.
If you have reached a conclusion
with reference to your candidacy I
[know prospective supporters
* definite slat·
agreeable will
r from you In
know proapectivi
J wouif^^j§*y^*uc^ ,5'
Your» truly,
Mr. .IoIiiimou\ Letter.
Tyler, lV\as. April '2s. 190!».
Henry (' Harris. Kaq.. Greenville,
ι i'Mih λ ι y ιμήγ μγ iiiiu r γοίιπ
Your leller of April L'flrd. Ih receiv
ed. I have recelvim! quite η mini
ber of other nouerons offers of sup
port In the event I become a candi
date for governor I appreciate |
111 oho tiifi il 1 f «»Ht a I loan of confidence
mix! good will ν<Ί',\ much II Ih too
early, l think, for an\ definite an
nouncement or to t>*Iπ an active j
t can vans, hut ι <lo not mind shying ι
j to you ι liai It Ih my present Inton
I Hon to annonnoo at tin* proper linn·
jam) make tho moo. The situation an
I h now appears to mo Is not unfavor I
I able to my candidacy, as I hove said j
to all, I will not bo the candidate If
an.ν particular faction or olomont In I
the party, but my Intention Ih to j
, simply become a candidate for thej
j nomination, having my own vl
and convictions upon the Inimjfi *
'iinoHllons which will hiv-freTore the
people of Texas It l^i^rcnt under
j taking The ηΠιΙο·^η inrge that
any unita te who content
rmivitssltm II for it Mate ofllcc. |
I it mt there Ih nunt her tliltiK 111 ai t litis j
I Iliade lin' hesitate I il m rompu ι » I
ι lively ii poor mini ami ΙΓ I wwc ho j
'Inollned I ronlil not spend anyttlluK
Ilk·' tin' nmoitnt which It him he»n
cosllns the candidates for icovoruor
nml I realize tlini my HtreiiKth mil*!
lu· In the miHi'lllsli support of m\
friends mill those who believe iih I
tin Upon pltllllr tlUl'HtlollH
Your friend,
( Binned 1 t'ONR .1011Ν SO Ν
Nerloiis Accident.
Tuesday of lust wm>k Hum Robert*
of Auburn was riding η wild mule
for Luther Thrirnh. when the mule
tried to Jump a wire r«mc« and
threw Mr. Hnhert* off, htoakltiji hit
breast hone and reuderltiR him urt'
coiihcIouh for ulmnt leu hours.
was nl Ill'St thoUKllt lie wu killed,
but liter H tltm lie milled and lit lust
account* he wiih recoverlnw May
liUBt Lecture for Season.
New York, April SO. The third
nml hint series of free public leclureal
under the iiuaplces t»r the hoard of
education entls t oil 1 κ h1 Many of the
lectures In course mid 111 series were
most noteworthy
Five Klcitiociitcil Today.
Powhatan Court House, Va . April
30. IhIibiii and Joe Taylor, Lewi*
Jenkins. William Brown and John
Brywn, were all electrocuted today
In the utate penitentiary.
• - Mu
kill Ai mi
l'injtrrh Κ hanuijtii In ι t.,il
lit il SwrrjKs South ,ιικΙ
Mitldli V\ rsl
Small Iown m Mmmippi Hrp»i<)
to M«m Bern I >r*trny»fl I )· ;i111
Omit m ( Itiiagu anil
l.iHlf RnrK
Sortons Mnrm* m vnrloti* point
In the mlddl·· w<«Mt hiuI pnuth en υ ^
in* d«'Mh* in until* ι'πμρη nnd r*>*uli
in» in Injury to many perww* «ι»
ilanirtK·' to prop#»rt> wer·· report·'·
yiMi»<r<Ia> fn the eaat *nnw «form
w· ι·· experienced Mitd in nortliwof.1
•111 l'ellUM)' I VHIl'H tlie h· *vU«h -now
full of ill*» year occurred
Λ storm which w»-pt across \i
kails,»** h lid northern Mi *i»*sippl lai
last night 1h reported to ha v«· d«
troyed the lift 1·· town of Horn Lak«
Denoto county. Mis Fourteen ρ» ι
sonn wciv Injurod aw tin· n· ult of
ι tornado at Knoxvllh . Γ· · ι » n Man
house» were wrecked ami dama#
! done to property generally
Λ t«»irIΠ«· rain storm. accompani»·'
by hall in the vicinity of Ho
SpriiiK· . Ark . cauiied Merlons dam
ι age to cropH Telegraph and tel»
phone wires were blown down I»
the wind.
Chicago experienced a foriy-Hvi
mil*» Kale which pr » «tγαι«*«t telegraph
• and telephone wire Threw in*jn
were killed il η « | other·, injured I» \ I
the col ! h | »se of m lactor> l'wrla,
III . experienced lin· worst lonn In
» 11 m history. .
Λ mari was killed by ι 11\ <· wire 1 t
1 blown clown b> a stôrm ai Little !
Rock i <
-I 1
I hrre Prominent Young V\ omen ol
Henrietta Meet I rajjie Fait'
j 1
Henrietta. Texan. April
I While hat h I η κ in the Little Wichita 1 ^
I rtvi»r Ν " -ι t « · ι ' < 1 : ι » ι !'.· II Iinnti. Mr· .t Κ |
LebtiH Mi·, Katherine Weavei and
Miss Mazelle Kills were caught In a
Hironv. undertow, m vs « ■ ι » t into ι deep
hoi·· and drowned while hall a do/
ell > OtllO' Kil l·' stood helpless, llliahlc
Mn render mi> assistance l ie parly
of young lelks, chaperoned h> Μ η
! Lelni had «one Into I he wood I'm
an afternoon outing. which wa- to
'close with a dip In the stream, the
place chosen having been hereto
foi ' I < r.< ι «I'll il , .lie and free ol
1 ι reacherous currents A few mln
lutes after entering the water Ml· ;
j Weaver was swept beyond her depth
and Mrs Lehut and Miss Kills hut
rled to her re-cue. both HacrlilcliiK
ι I hel ι Ιί ν es In ;i vain a 11 em pi ι « » - a \ ·
their companion V quickly a· ι >
slide lie ο I hei members of the par
l\ hurtled to town Cor a -istance
-but before I he bodies were ret » \ · · red
life was extllicl. The victim^ »»l III"
ι I raged ) were members of the most
ι prominent families of Henrietta.
1 [\ ||(| I e ; 1111 · I ο I III'' \ 'Ml ΙΟ',' ' I' ' till il
I It Χί.Ι ΙΜ I I I I U.I I
Chief of I It··· I>· |>i«itiiι··ιιI Snln ami
lliirki'<'|M'i Yrrestcil.
I · . ι « n · ·. Ti'Mi \ 11 rl I < · VinIit
day afternoon while πΐιιηιΙΙιικ In tIn*
' l'urnililiv loii· οΓ ShuιιιΙΐ'Γ-ί Λ Γη,,
ί'Hi- h .1 gloat, veterinary iwitM
l'ami chief of ιΐι·' Πι·' department, wa·
nhot vvllli η linluiin lit elo.-n» rnnu·'
inn' rlini'Ki' 111W 111 κ ■·ΓΓ»·«·ι In lin· Ι'ΊΙ
' ΙιΓιίικΙ il il il ο in» In lilt* left Ι«·ηΐ|>Ιι·.
it· il 11ι ι ιήιιΙΙ Inn Instantly
Dick Ward, liarkeeper η ι l lin
IVi't'lrHM luir. wim arrented charged
! «il Ii ι In· crime iiml taken I" I lie
county .lull.
Mevlco I 'n(m l'ai lit oil \\ IumiI
Mexico City, Α ι>ι -11 nil Th»· offl ι
clal deci'iv of I'l I'slili'iit Mill/. reward
Inn lin· ι n r I IT on wheat effective to
ilny Ηΐιγκ "Wheal I lui I «hull be till-,
ported t II roil β Ii the custom house*
of the republic after UiIh dale. until
.1 tint* 15. Inclualve, «hall eîintlnue to
lu· Mllliji'd to tin· t il \ ol' one peso l'or,
l'iu-h HID kltoBramn, kiosk weight
J Tlila tux Ih nt the rate of one-half i
cent per kilo Ainerlcnn money, as j
compared with the former tariff in
one nnd one-half centu
Supreme ΓιιιιΛ'κ Km!.
I Washington, April '.In. The call!
of the Hitpieine court docket wan
suspended today A cm riling to the J
announcement or Chief .lustlce Kul
ler the court will take η recess from
Monday. May !lrd. until May 17.
when a further recess will he taken
until May :l I. (lie date of llnal ad
Jonrnment for the term.
ι nit ι ι πιιι ι MCI \ m in
tliiuixi a> III I »iilli#s λ!,.» Ha*»· luliel
Dalian. T« xas. April !<> At If
Vlork last night police officer* from
he rentrai station iv»»t· Minunoncii
·> the -muthf»HMtf*rn fuihnrba of th»»
11 > to lu\ «ait gate a runaway in
vhlrh ι tir···· children «•'re injured,
»ne of Ihetn, It In feared, fatally
Two whit ο wo m on are under ar
• •«f in connection with the affair
According to flie officers on»*
fal1<] suffered a broken '*'«· another
broken collar bo * . »?ni shoulder,
lilie the third Is Injured Internally.
Head what ine auveriiv
IS vont IM AM liKVKI. ?
If ho and you're In η I of Hum·
Hull (îooiIh. I-MhIiIiiκ Ttickli', or
nnvtIII π κ «>Ικ«· In η|>οι·(Ιιικ rooiIh
you won't ΓιιΙΙ Ιο look ΙΙιιοιιμΙι
our κ1'1'"' KHtln'rlng of I m |>l<·
itu^^g^d ιιρρηπιΐιικ or nil wort h
ill lili l Ich,
( n|iortn Vou r.i'i whnl
Γ "· ''4kA i"'1·' 1,1 11 I'll 11" I'l l····
[5;i ; !jF
mu <<<1IMTS··
North *Μ· Square
3 Dey* Commencing
t\>oii or.
In ii ('omWIy Hketrli.
"1,1ft· ο» tin· Suhiiim* Hlvrr."
New Moving Piotures
S Performances Daily | |fv
3:S0, 7:45 and 8:30 p. m.
Kxtm IVrfnrmiuire e»tnr<l«j·.
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$12 to $30
Greens and Browns for
the man who wants the
latest novelties— Blues
and Grays for the more
conservative dressers.
Don't lose sight of the
fact that a bargain is al
ways a matter of value
not a mere question of
price. Buy Athletic Cut
Clothes; the Clothing that
is first in style, first in
quality and first in du
- and ■
I he New
Straw Hat
VV'hitrvtM \i>-u taste If it onform* tc
slvlr we Ivtw a Striw H it th i1 will
please you l"t vie have til of the
nrw shapov SI >0 In #4 Ou
S west I elt Hats
^"It ind btiff Kelt Hat* in hl;h k inJ
ill uihkI n|«>rs |>ri. t\1 it fr >m ? ί to
Matthews Bros.
"1 ι · I ]-t h <· V ι il ι h " Γ 1 ο t h I «* ' ·

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