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The Waxahachie Daily Light
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AN INVITATION
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J. Β. H INES
Phones
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Let Us Supply You
with your grocery wants during May. Our
special otter is to give you nothing but the best
of groceries at the right prices, and serve you φ
J in a way that will please. Trial orders win *
φ continuous customers for us—phone and see.
PLUMMER «S MIDDLETON
Both Phones. Connelly's old stand.
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We sell the best Missouri Soft
Wheat Flour at 2 00 per sacK,
every sacK guaranteed. Try
one, and we Know we will
maKe a flour customer of you.
* Fresh Eggs and Butter at all
φ times. Call 31.
R. C. JOHNSTON { CO.
Lumley's Old Stand Phones 31
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FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW 4

Fancy New Tomatoes, Squash, Potatoes, Beans and ·
other Vegetables ν
We respectfully solicit your next month's orders. ♦
Phone us your orders for Good Eatables. φ
Old Pbone 170 Ο 1> Τ I TV4T IP V *
New Phone 218 V^· A · LsKJ ÎVIJL^IL# X ♦
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Spcial for One WeeK
iti'iilnnliiK Saturday, May ImI, ΚιηΙΙιικ Saturday
you unlK^v.' I Hay*
r\ , iu'>" and
Ηΐ'κΙηιιΙηκ Saturday, May 1h(, HikIIιικ
yiiur Wheat Flour It will take tn run
MMurcd I inn κοίηκ ι ο nell you t h«< very liewt
ovci.v nark Kuarauli't'il for ιΜ 7Λ per loo IIin. ΙΙγΤΓιπΤη or Flour
"Jfi'Moy Cream," "Spotlciii, "Uuldeu Friill" and "(lold Heart."
And Will κΐ'ΙΙ you UO IIin Siikii for Olio Hollar with every lilt)
Till* will Include all ciiHlonior» upon I il κ new ao
rirnt. of the mmtli. :::::::
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xt Suiftk,1 ,in
A. GIBSON
th Phones No. 91
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>eans
10c ii
10c II
dy Syrup.


STORE II
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ith Here
hun

BLACK MERS
FIRE TENEMENT
II.ill.m Hiii|.iiii|s ni \·■ ^ ofU
Hum r.ii|lil iVopli
In Drâth
TENANTS IN WHO PANIC
All. r Siiltiraling Walk .mil Slmr**n\*
wiili Krrnsmr Hlarkmatlrts Λ ρ
ply ihr lurch — Many Prr
sons 111111 rrtl.
I
New >ork. Mii\ 1 Kluht pet
«nus. Ave of them children. were
! burned to death uni fourteen oth
»*ΓΗ were Injured sunn· of thrill Γη
(filly. In an Incendiary Urn In μ live
! story tenement house nt 'î 7 Spring
strict. dec 11 pi I'd b\ twenty 111« I la n
inmilles. early yesterday Th · blaze
•followed η demand of members of a
so-called Hl.uk Hand society for the
I payment of $in,oon blac kmail. It
I spread throng the building with
it a rt lin/.: rapidity Hie walls having
(been soaked with oil by tin· black
mailers In a panic which followed
flu· alarm, the tenant* forced their
way down the tin"» escapes or Jumped
from the windows. while babies
! were thrown from windows Into the
arms of policemen on the sidewalk.
Several of the Injured, sl\ of whom
are children, are not expected to
live Joseph llruck, the proprietor of
a grocei\ store on the main floor of
the building. received, April IS, a
letter rending
We demand $10,nun or death.
Bring It In Molt street Pelronlno
Is dead, but the hlack Hand IWch.
BLACK HAND SOCIK^Y.
Monday last hmck receive»* nno
I her li'llm· w ritten III » /slliilUr
mIruin. Il·· titr* «Vit
ί 1
the lui nil·
IhtilldliiK «lui roHponclel
« . 4 1. · · ·- -* «· ilw. IV.. 11.1.
! I ηκ it η <1 found llin hallway* uninnil
i'il with koroMonc nml hhulllg lleroo
j Iy. Twi> hall' oniplled etui χ of koro·
1 Hollo Wot'o (III I III' Ht il 11 h Till' fright
ll'tU'tl t I'll IIII t H floil til till' 1'OOf in'
tlll'IIHgl'd till' II !*·> I'HI'lt |H'H III till' I'Olll',
I wlilrh nrrri" clogged with obiit rttc
lliiliK Moll nml woim»ii wore light
j I il Κ Γι»' " wti \ down tin· osenpoH wlii'ti
tin· police wont tip, aided I limn mid
j I'll t I'l'l IIK (III' t'OtllllH, ll I'll light (Hit M"V
I I'I'al tltlOOtlNclOtlN pOI'NOHH III Ijll'
, MCI'IIIII 111·· HI'VI'I'lll t I'll II II t M WOIO Injur
rd h y fn I It ιικ from I h*· onenpon ami
ι he ι >■ > 11 < < ■ hud to <Ί il Ιι the mon (ι
miivo the womoii ami fhlldroti,
Ovllln I lofent» Sailli».
j t'n April 21» t h tho pouplo nf Silt'
I ills had ιι plcnlr til Ovllla Then
' WOI'O two KIIIIII'H of I III Mol la 11 played
iliolwion tho Ovllla and Su ι d 1m Ural
Hllil Hi'colld I i'il his, hot Ιι gnilloa iohiiII
ling In 7 Ι" ο In favor of Ovllla Tin
I Horoiid t ou m played tho llrnt gallic
I lloriu'o ynaltp pltrhod four In
j iiIiikh for Ovllla In wliclh only twi
ι til ι· η not Ιο II rst huso, lit* atrtlck on
! six moll Alli'ii Stoker caught foi
I Ovllla. I' I). Hrynoli was Ovllla'i
Oil II l'II.
('mil fi'oin « à i'il ml Juror»,
Wo, tho tmdoftdgtiod iiiotnhoi'M ο
tlio κ γη ιι it JuJry, hereby exprohH oui
t h ιι ιι k h to tho Wnxnliitohle Wall]
I.IkIn for coui'IphIi'h oxtomlod dttrlui
our nIIIIiikh.
(I (\ SundeiHon. 1) M White. M
1. Ward, .1 W. Kohhou, .1. M. ('of
foy, ,1 10, MΙ κ li a m. Τ Ο, Client haul
Il M llurloMon. (' Il Taylor, W, It
VVIIhoii, Il (' KiiHihitin, .1 M Pur
kor
Itooolvo llio (ll<l ling.
11 ιι ιι lev 111· , Ala , May 1. Til'
('oiifodoralo Holdlom here who one
carried tin· hIiiIo'h flag, received I
hack today In a grunt celebration
Two niiiuhot'H of tho Fourth Oh I
cavalry brought tho proclotlH roll
horn.
Hlk* I.ilj t'onirr Slono.
Alameda. Cel., May ι Tho cot
nor alone of tho KlkM' new htilldlti
wiih laid today with appropriate cot
mnotiloH before ιι largo attendiuici
Tho hill I d I ιι κ appropriai Ion wan Ir
cleaned $10,000.
SUES PERISH
IN GREAT WIND
I ο» ns .1 rill \ ili.ii)· \\ i|h i| I in!
iiinl I <minti \ I 'islru Is
I wild W.Wi
TENNESSEE SUFFERS MOST
Victim* in I liai Slali Known to Hf
Not I ^•ss 1 Inn I urty Ninr I lir ι
I'roprrl) Loss in 1'ivr
Stall's flmvy
Κ > , May I I>1 η
pfctrl»·^ gathered lust night through
out the south by the Associated
I'γ·ήμ Indicate t luit from T.". in |Oo
peuple vu « * t midden death lu f h ··
great wind that pla>ed havoc
tbroiightout îhe muniiy Thursday
iiifthi Th·· number of injured Ik
probabl.v threefold ι In* llHt of killed,'
and II will probably bo several days
before a complete IIhI can be gath
ered
While the Hloriii which reached
th» eountry from the upper Missis
sl ji|ii valley left i t h near on Missis
s'ppl, ArkatiRHH. Kentucky. Alaba
ma. MI Hun it rt and more remolo etates
Tennessee perhaps suffered the most
severely. It Is nubRtantlated that 49
people were killed.
MiHstssippi's most disastrous point
was Horn Lake, where eighteen met
death Arkansas reports a total of
twelve. with likelihood that It
would be added to as the inaccessl
hie w I re |K)lnts wen» picked up Ala
bam η lias four dead near Ha'rUell.
Kentucky escaped with much prop
erly damage, tint no deaths. while m
Missouri haw thirteen killed al Hi
Noiiiervllle and C.olden ilcorgla Inst ill
!«o when a boat capsized lu an Al <
laiiI η lagoon
In Arknn*:n tin' towns which Iny 1
in ih.· path of the recent tornado at |C*
Hrlnkley suffered tnoit They were ''v
\\ ι Ht Marlon and Wheatley v'' ''1
clnlty. I
In Crawford county ninety I"'1 >
ho η s were reported to have heen In
jured Till* Ik the country about
Kort Smith. Mammoth Springs re ''
ported eight dead. ,
During the day thele w.. some ,,
untangling or the mass of wire In
terruptloti# hv the storm In nil I _
ft at CM ^ l'eiiuc Γ
l't"· Ii mI 111 ni w »> .ι·! γ»ηη j
linn
thence
^^^Vtil^^nMl ell I'll
j* The result of the cutting off of
communication may he responsible
for the reportM of large casualties
from other Tennessee town*.
Keporth at ι' thai elglil or ten are
dead at .liirkHon. Young* Crosaliig
I,an IIν ad. ΛΙ Krnnkllti
(leot'ge Dels reported dead, while
are nit Id to have heen finally hurl at
I lelldci «on.
What properly loss, what honie
lesslicss, how many deslroied lion e:
«■a UK h t tire and were burned, how
lua η y head of livestock ran bellow
lug Into the storm when their si»
bles Were HP'II by the wind cannot
br told.
Details <>r Incidents cam»· filtering
ilir.nigli the wlrcH of desolation from
lime to lime during I he da> but
I here wiih no way of checking or
verifying tlieni.
·|»Ιιι« storm In many way* played
Sardonic tricks with Its victims It
hurled lam· Jackson, an aged man
or Montgomery county, Tennessee.
1 2110 yards from his ruined bonne
'and snapped Ills neck and lie was
' round tbus yesterday
H broke twenty church steeples
I trom their bel fries, stood them
1 point UP In the earth or hurled llient
I Into ireetops. II tore up the battle
Held of Krankllli, Tenu., like a can
I ulster did In* the civil war. It scat
ι,.red all Hie beliches In the grand
stand at the Utlonla race track,
I Kentucky, and whirled a scantling
'through the front window or lleorge
Tlbbett's house Into a pile ot dishes
and through the kitchen wall Into
the yard.
The Western ΓηΙοιι reported that
forty-eight wires were down about
[I Memphis and the Postal had but
i'" Among the reports which showed
(be force or the wind are these:
j ,.\t Decherd, Tetin., a man and a |
child were burled under the roof of
their house, torn off by the gale |
I At At wood. Tenu., the house of
itev ι,,i,n Bryant *" Ulml '
Hug wood, but the l'a ni II v escaped j
il η Injured.
At Decherd the freight house of
the Nashville and Chattanooga rail
road was unroofed The wind spread
such destruction and death In till""
county, Tennessee, thai every doctoi
In the neighboring towns were rush
ed to the scene
The Natltorluni open* tomorrow.
Illy ( til nu* Monday
Whm proinlnos to ho Mi»» bout
mo of Un» η'ίιήιπ will !>·> played on
»· Trlnlf} I'hIvoimIIv riiinpu Mon·
> afternoon. when Trltiltv and Τ
I tiioi'i for Mo IIr ι tlnn» thin
ahoii. Moth tf-nriiM ii r ο in good
rrn ητηϊ aplrltcd plavltix may bn
pod ·μΙ I ,ιιΙ.Ίν γ ( ' ι ι, is u on
cry ;»m·· plnytMl lui! Trinity Iihm
» m nul In Γ«·νι·ΐΉ< ilils order of
111 ' · m tn MondnyV nain·· Γ ( ' ('
i\n lands .il lin· ln»ad of fin» per
titan·» column, m II h Trlnli s moo
d Tin· i'.miih· Mondas ssill I··· «'all
ai I o'clock
KIkMocii roll h ' πι|·ί paper nnrt
>ld«M toi $ I .un il ι ion!. ( o, tt
liettcr Shirls,$l.i>< >
Hhirta «<· m>I nt ll ♦ »* Ami It ft II vmu oui* n#*«!
to ttiMII«* Λ f«· * oowtpiftimu* «lilt » ho** *ho*tt
%mi t« t .til·»·! ·»», f. · ι ho Mini· Utotio*
Our Dollar Shut
Is n I,ton t'i η π Ί ηοηηιηκ I*· ttor ν λ I μ ο for
ιϋι* ιοί··' ΥΙιmtn rut» !>· It ml h» m» ν othor -lollm
HMrt Pntlorn* tu ov»»ry ιη*Μη<«· «γ»» nom mi<1
protty
Manhattan Shirts arc $ 1.5<J
(>ih«»r* too «ιt ititN prloo. but wo nro no* tolling
of th·· boa» $1 f»0 Hlilrta An unuί 1 our Hprtng
atylo* un» h littlo HUp'Tlor to any yon ran And
«•I*··* lion*
Matthews Bros.
ι
Τ .· 1 I ' li " -r r 11 I ll" (' 1 ο 1 h t η 1 ·
is vont ιιΐ'. νι» Μ·:νι·:ι, ?
IΓ η" ιιικί ,νοιιΊ ι· lu I of Hiihi·
Mull (IooiIh, KImIiIiik Tmklo, or
anything <·Ih«· In h|ioiIIiik kooiIm
yon won't full to loolt ΙΙιιόιικΙι
our κ nuit KHt hortiiK <" liuplc·
iniMitH iiil<1 ιιμριιπιΙιΐΗ or nil ηοιΊη
of indoor mill outdoor ιιιΙιΙ<ίΙγη,
KIUiii'h ii ii <1 η|ιοιΊη Von μι·ι what
you wunt lion» ni n fuir prie··
Ml H
..«'RKRCMITION DHUdaiSTft··
Mf&SC i
North Side Square
3 Days Commenolng
THURSDAY, An. 29
MISS SUE eOODWIN
('(ton Hlioutcr.
LEWIS & HARR
In a roittfdy Mkntch,
"lilfi- mt I In· Sh uimt Itlvor."
MAJESTOGRAPH
New Moving Picture·
CHANGKI) DAILY
ADMISSION ΊΛ_
3 Performances Daily | ν ν
3:30, 7:45 and 8:30 p. m.
Rxtra IVrforninnre Baturdaj.
CLOTHES
$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
nut a mere question of
price. Buy Athletic Cut
Clothes; the Clothing that
is first in style, first in
quality and first in du
rability.
JOLESCH
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CHASKA

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