The Waxahachie Daily Light (Waxahachie, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 96, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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Wovmd'· fTeate*t dreara if beautjr and \
f!orr is v-hcn natu.i? hu* chosen her to
*· <»rne a r.soth«-T Κ ei . faculty »« k«rnh'
alert and fc«*r nature the finest λ* *he for*- |
see· tie jor the ambition tiie nee©·#· and I
th· ϋίφ-ΙοΓίζ «utii»id ι. α · .mine coQiief ι
nearer day by <!»>-. ■ λ the Ver and Innocent !
beinjj ao »**>n t "♦ aee light and th· wry !
uncertainty- whether ah· «' all ae« · tweet ι
f -.rl fa .re or a b'xve * y fa^ * be*td* her on
he pillow a·' « seat to h«-r tipfctanry.
Then if <e ah« aid take care of her
physical meat*. Σ and m<«ral heaith.
MOTHFK 5 f Bit NO · -d r*teroa!îy
throughout prvgiiftcef wUl relieve the paie
of parturition. nn4 no mofÏHHr and child ran
la ι t>> be healthy. h· art ν strong clear coea-
pieil '»oe<5. f *e bl t> iç.S calm nerved an !
chaerfuî In disposition vho are mutually
Influx. ! for month*bf the continued u*e
of M ther » Prirn ·
Of druggist·* t ·'
Ou-r tfea'..«■· Motherhood" mailed fn»·».
TMC Β HA OFICLD RtOUUTOR CO.
What Is So Cool
As a day in summer
if you have at hind
a nupply of our de-
licious He Cream.
Ttii« U en Hewlett by all to b«· th«-
ti<**t. and w.· t i»k<· KOM <·αγ»« t ti At it a
reputation ahull not »ufl*r turooih
any failure in c»r·· »»r ttn*n*·· of the
WAXAHACHIE CANDY KITCHEN
Citation by Publication
T»« »riT« or T«u>
To i»» .-I>r'·* Of aa> ι JdlllMl of I .it Ceuatj
Y of ar* bareb) t λμ aianded ιο uutHli. *
WrlNH> »·' k< n> »kι - < i-Jbl waiton at tbt»
(iiithig o»*» in Mr» »«·* f <r four *β<**β»ΐν»
* m*» i»r»i κ-u" 10 (in return daj h*re>i so sow*
pebixhad 19 >o«irt«ma<j Ό appear
a; lit·- a<·»: re* -:»r term at tb« iHuiKI · <>urf of
Kl5in In t* botdes a! (be foori Μί·β«β
thereof * tiuMk. on I tit *τ»ι Mtfada > la
tW^mier. 4 t· HW. 'be no· torn* lb» 8r*t 4ay
Of iMvambrr Λ I' IWU. (ban aixl I bant 10 awl» ar
a pel tvoe Bled li -a J «w.rl on I»·· ItnA da> nf
April » !>. law *n<J Drsi <>fti>ea! pa-
«ίίκ» tM -»uae 17. A. I> Ml in a Mill. »ue>bared
on Iti« dockal »? f»îd eo iri N». K£t1 whereiB
Kmma MrtHwiait* J*« nOIT and £ MelMiiM >«
defendant. and <*Κ! pMlftM »!!♦« ;ig tn •■ibataar·'
fail fur di<ore*. all**;** m «αίοιιιι»·1 π.ai plain
tiff and dafeisdar: «at* married in Italia» Couelj
la Mifi ant lived i at man and *ifa eoill
0» nr about (b* lut da} »f Ma 1·β». * bae !he de
fenda ι ]»fl lb» bad and hoaril uf pl».ouff » !!h
tntantwwiof permaheni abandonment. tor* «hieb
lk« plaintiff ba· n>i baard from ham. »nd know*
jot bit » »>#inabmjt» * t< refore she pr*j» tor
J vMf· ans) ««errai re i-f.
Herein faif IK» but bnta betere -»ui ei.uH **
IU af< f<->a>il («·»I ret ar terni !h « «nl.wltb
/our reiarB thereon. me· .r< bu» jeu h*»t *»·
CUied lb* «an »
* IM»< W *. ktMKLK.CIer of (he t»i»irict
l«urt of Kilt·Countj.
Iilini unier m} hand and lb» »ea of -aid court
•ι οΊ!<·» in *1 ·>·1ιβ>'!ιι» ihi· 1 he i ts d»j of June
Λ. I' In'.' * f b KMilLf.. Clef at lb· K.Mrlft
H> ♦ I'. KKMHi.K Depelj.
I eerr'v tl:l« lo be a true copy. li.C. BWEiTT.
Bj «KS r *Β»')ΤΓ. Dfpoljr
Saves A Woman κ Life.
To have given up would haveai^ant
di»mth for Mr*. L>>|s Craig of Dor-
chester M»««. For year· she had
endured untold misery from a severe
lung (rouble and obstinate cough.
"Often" ahe write· "I could scarn-
ly breathe and sometime· could not
•peak. All doctor* and remedies
failed till I u»ed I)r. King'· N«w
Discovery for Consumption and was
completely cured." Sufferers from
Cough· Cold·. Throat and Lung
trouble need this tcrand remedy for
it never dissapoints. Cure is "guar-
anteed by Herring-Sparks Drug Co
Price uOc and tl.OU. Triai bottle free.
Tonight and Friday probably
scattered thunder storm·.
8.K. SHELILTO. Observer.
try NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
ΤΑΚ I NO SUBSTITUTS.
Colds Bronchitis Asthma
Pneumonia3ay Fever Pleu-
risy LaOrippe Hoarseness.
8ore Throat Croup and
v MO CURB. NO PAT.
TMIÂL MTTUS mtlfc
8:Θ0 ρ- Β»·—.Lecture "George
Washington" Ε. Benjamin An-
drew· LL. D Chancellor of the
University of Xebraaka.
CAUGHT OK THE WISO.
The Wi»« Orchestra I· maintain-
ing be&dqaarter· on the grounds.
Thjpy are pleasantly situated' In a
large tent near the extreme east end
of the park. At their'tent may be
found a large string domino tables
and toilet articles for the conven-
enee and accomodation of their
Mrs. Ο. E. Dunlap Mrs. J. F.
Strickland Mrs. J. A. Beaii Miss
Estelle Dunlap Miss Annie Mai
Erwin and Miss Annie Lou Houser
form the personnel of a very pleas-
ant camping party.
Mr. T. A. Ferris cashier of the
Citizens National Rank has his
family located in one of the pretti-
est tents on the ground*.
"Fine weather for red hose" re-
marked one observing young man.
Rubber boots and stilts are now in
Don't become discouraged ; there
will be a rift in the clouds in a few
Mr. Orr of Ferris who is camped
on the grounds with his family was
down town this morning buying sup-
plie* for his tent. He said that
there was some complaint on the
grounds against Mr. T. Ï. Cole
with reference in his address of wel-
come the other night to the fact that
j the «treets had been sprinkled. Mr.
ι Orr says the campers think the
sprinkling process has be»»u over
j done and a cessation would he ap-
A rehearsal for theehllàfen'· pro-
' y ram will be held Saturday after-
noon at five o'clock at the t'hautau-
i qu* icroanii. All children taking
part lu thl· entertalnmei.t are re-
quested to be on hand.
Hon. W. C- W*»r wife and chil-
dren Doaite and Mary arrived this
morning from HIHsboro and are
guests at the Hillsbon headqtiar-
Mi*» Mary Menton of Pari» an
enthusiastic Christian F.ndeavyrer
arrh ed y e aterday.
The stag* decoration in the atidi-
orium is the work of Miss Minnie
Sim* assisted by Mia* Bertha
fVarla Mra. J. L. McCartney and
The tenta were thin morning con-
noted with plank walks and now
campera can visit without getting
stuck in the mud.
lie v. Cocke pastor of the Cui&iber-
land Presbyterian church at Farm-
ersvilje was among the arriv als to-
Rev. U. C. Howard formerly pas-
tor of the Cumberland church at
Rnnis but now stationed at Bowie
arrived today and is meeting with
a number of old friends.
IN TEXAS. ^
Λ-IMPORTANT GATEWAYS- <
Ol«\ F*m «
-'■·· *5* : ·-
FOR SALE—Horse and hungry at a
bargain. Apply jft3 Ferrie Ave.
FOR flret class dress making call at
301 East Main street. 96
THOHE summer chocolatée are
the latest out. Try them at te Em-
pire Bakery. 103
FOR SALE.—A modern np to date
Electric Grist mill. For particulars
see me at my office. Its a monev
maker and the price is lour. A. T.
JUST received as flue a lot of can-
dies as you ever saw at the Empire
LOST—Last night at the Chautau-
qua grounds a child's season ticket
with my name on same. Find«r
please return to Grady Anderson. It
FOB SALE AT a Bargain.—one
I delivery wagon; one one horse dray;
two second hand buggies; one cast-
; register; one screw case. Ellis
I County Hdw Co.
PROF. Τ M. WHITE Magnetic
Healer. Office over Choevee Bros.
A Co's storn. New Phone No. L'»i4.
WE s«*ll Sewing Machines at
lar prices from
hachie Hardware Co
lar prices from $15 to $50. \\ axa·
SEWING MACHINES to s*-]| or
rent. Waxaliaehie Hardware Co.
! W ANTED Everybody iη Waxa-
' hachle to r»*ad this column every
: day. It always contains interest-
j ing ads.
FOCND—The plac«»to nave umbrel-
! las fixed lawn mowers sharpened
««•wing machines cleaned keys and
sittings for lucks etc. Arthur Me-
I key's gun shop rear W. B. Moore's
THF. NEW BAKERY on College
street its now open for business.
The be*t is the cheapest always
i Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. H.
Boehle the baker. 106
WHEN you need a tank of water
I 'phone No.80. H. D. Rosser
: LET me fill your water want». H.
D. Rosser 'phone No. HO.
WANTED—100 more suits to clean
and pre**. R. Perrin at Wear's
New Century Store.
FOR SALE—At a bargain a bnu»»
and h»t near the public »chool.
i Apply to Y. D. Kemble. tf
ι OST—Your opportunity to «ell
L jour house is ι/)βτ if you don't
: une ibis column. Everybody reads
it just like yon are reading it now.
It will cost you but little to adver-
< ti*e it. "
JOB PRINTING quickly and neat-
ly done at the Enterprise Job Office.
We especially solicit commercial
printhiK folder* booklet s cards
: «te. Rent facilities in the city for
! (tuick executiou.
PRESSING.cleaning and repairing.
Will take orders for suit» us soon
as «ampluR arri>e. Thee Farley
110 Maln-st. rear of Citizens Na-
DR. R. JANE L A W R Ε Ν < Ε
uraduate of the A merican School of
; Osteopathy of Kirksville Mo. is
now located at 'J»*8 West Franklin
street and is ready to receive pa-
tients. Consultation free and lit-
ature upon application.
J. M A U>KRDICK
Por D'*tric» Clerk:
Cor County Cterli :
P<»r Bher'tf :
J. P. Mixnk k
For County Tm
! For Ta» Collector;
For Oouuty Baprriau ι dent Public It
Ε. Γ) CBinDLK
RorJosti-e pe*o» Pr*fire No. 1:
Ε Ρ Aswkhon Jk
The Canton Disc ύ
Uneqaaled in giving Universal
|Dallas and W'axahachie
Three Mea Rob tbe Eiprww Cm on
(be Mexican Central.
MHAE A GOOD HAUL.
It If 8*1(1 Th'J HrevrHl »Λ5000 la
Om Pirkifr-Hw Robber· Are
American* and Disappeared
With Their Hootj.
El Pa*o Tex„ July 24.—A daring
hold-up took place on the Mexican Cen-
tral at 12:30 Wednesday morning just
after the train left Bermejilio.
At Bermejilio three Americans board-
ed the train two secreting themselves
on the blind baggage and the other en-
tering the third-claes coach. As soon
as the train pulled out the two riding
on the blind haggage entered the ex-
press car. and covering Messenger
Buokner with their guns ordered him
ίο throw up his hands. The messenger
offered no resistance.
The robbers went through the safe
securing $53000 in currency consigned
to the Boneo Minero at Chihuahua
They also took what other money pack-
age» were in the safe and stood quiet
until the train stopped making a
hasty exit and dropped off the train as
it was slowing up. Alighting they dis-
appeared in the darkness of the night
About the time the robbers entered
the express car the conductor of thf
train became engaged in an altercatior
with a passenger who refused *to pav
his fare. Finally the conductor had
the train stopped and the paesengei
ejected. The robbers alighted at tht
sam<> tfme. It is now believed thF
troublesome passenger was a partnei
of the robbers and bis action a ruse tc
secure the atopj>age of the train.
Reagan Tex.. July 24.—Joseph
Woodlacd was shot and badly wound-
ed here Wednesday. Three shots were
fired in all. two of which passed
through his forearm breaking the
bone just below the elbow. Two bul-
lets also struck him In the left side
Just bel··» the ribs. One of these
entered so»* distance and may prov·
a nerlous wound. The other was only
a glancing s*ot that did no seri.ms
damait'· Angelo Chamberlain surren-
dered immediately after the shooting.
Both men are farmers living three or
four miles cast from town and ar«
A Sloop · »!>·>»*#·«
Savannah. Oa.. July 24.—The sloop
"Lovell Dell." owned and sailed by
Captain Allen N. raider of Thunder-
bolt. and havhiK on board a pleasure
party was capsiied in the Ogeeche®
river near Hellgate during a squall
and Captain Calder's aged mother and
Infant daughter were drowned. Cap-
tain Calder's father and wife were se-
riously Injured and the former may
TyW. Tex. July 24.—Within th«
last few days a dozen leading fire in-
surance companies have notified theii
agents to cancel all business in Tyler
The reason aligned is that they hav*
sustained heavy losses here. Othet
I companies threaten to withdraw. pro-
Tided the agents are not more carefu
: in placing risks There Js some littl«
i txcltemi-nt among policy holders.
a Dr. Cannot Return.
London. July 24.—Denying a rumor
| that Dr. Leyds. who was the European
I agent of the Transvaal was returning
to South Africa. Mr Chamberlain thf
colonial secretary made the important
announcement that all those not o!
African birth who hid fought against
the British would not be allowed tc
return to South Africa".
Warned Not to <io to Ρο·«·η
Berlin July 24.—Count Chamberlalr
! Von Morawaiskl. a Polish landed mag
nate has appealed to Emperor Willlati
not to visit Poe en during the arm?
maneuvers to be held in September as
his majesty had planned to do The
chuml>erl*in fears that some foreigi
fanatic might attempt to harm the eui
Indium* Μη·<1 l j» Hnd Shot
Tucson Arix.. July 24.—S. X Jacks
a merchant of Texas returning fpon
the Yaqui river country reports hav
Ιηκ sen 30 Yaquls lined up and sho
Saturday at. a small town called Tot
rln In Sonora. The Indians had beei
captured In the mountains the day 1*'
fore. A number of them were mer
Krun»r'« H«ntenre Cumninted
Guthrie. Ok. July 24—Governor Fer
gusoa has commuted the sentence ο
the Indian bo/ Cephius Bruner to lif
Imprisonment. He was to have beei
hanged at Tecumeeh on Friday of thi
week for the murder of Martin West
aged 12. near Violet Springs Ok. Il
F*»«r duppUmont·! Tr«»ty
Muskogee. ». T. July 24.—The com
mlttee composed of nine members froi
the houae o' warrior* and seven froi
the house of kings of the Creek cour
cil appointed to consider the suppu
mental treaty will report favorably.
Dra«r»ed In » Tank.
Deoison Tex. July 24.—The 13-yeai
old son of a Mr. Menaenhall near Le
I. T.. was drowned In one of the lar|
tanks on the ranch used for seul π
a took water.
Κ log OMrp III.
Dresden July 14.—King Oeorgè <
Saxony who succeeded to the tbroi
Jkm 19 oa the death of hi· broth ι
Alfeert U suffering from pneamoela.
Member Grocer» and Butcher* Association
Telephone 10 n8 College Street
►···· ♦»♦♦♦·♦♦ t
a /*\ 11/ Ε h«ve bought tbe F*ed and Fuel ΙφβΙηβΜ o? W. Κ. *
t J^DDtnif· on College Street and now are prepared J
Ό Rive tbe people of Waxahacriie an)thing in oar line on ♦
•bort notice. Prompt delivery. . . . . X
Waxahachle Feed 0c Fuel Company
i i ι *■ j*cKs· t
·>»· · ' ······ -»-»»»«· ·······« »»♦♦♦♦♦»«»»♦♦♦« »♦*»♦<♦»»
on South Powers 5t.. is headquarters for nice wood.
We are receiving daily shipments of nice dry wood
and it is to your interest to see them before placing
your order for wood or feed. We carry a full line.
Join the procession to vtone Bros yard and be happy
for a dollar saved is a dollar made a hint to thc^wise
is sufficient and all want to be wise. Stone Bros for
business and yours to please. : New phone 171;
Bell phone 81 <4rin£s)
There sefiiie to be some misunderstanding as to the names of some of the
wood yards in Waxahachie. We direct you to McC'aul Λ Young's wood
yard on North Rogers street at McCaul's old staiid. Prompt delivery.
Lonjj Wood $3.35 Blocks $3.75 Stove Wood $450
These prices for cash only.-— New phone 76. Old phone 21
McCAUL 6t tYOUNG Near Central Depo
Cocoanut— Λ Ρ*
Chocolate ™ ^ ^
Angel Food1 Fresh at All Times
Corner Rogers and Water Streets
Livery and Feed Stable
We are prepared to furnish you anything in the
way of an up-to-date rig and will give
your orders prompt attention.
Phone No. 2»
Have the only Rubber-tire Carriage in the city.
All orders given prompt' attention.
Devenport ώ Timmins
Ready for You
We want to start your work for
you aud have it ready for you when
you want it. We'll give you work
that will he equal to your best ex-
pectations. We'll put in more
material that will wear and always
look right. . _■»
We'll have the work done "*SB
at the time we promise SB
HELLO 5 7
!· Summer Excursion
NOW ON SALE
Houston Ô Texas Central
Φ Railroad S
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Massachusetts New York Virginia
Try Cloudcroft New Mexico
9000 feet above sea level. It ie delightfully cool. Or you might
take a trip to New York via Houston
New Orleans and Cromwell Line
8. F. B. MORSE M. L. BOBBINS
Passenger Traffic Manager Oen. Pass and Ticket Agt.
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Hudson, B. D.; Buie, W. J. & Kent, Charles W. The Waxahachie Daily Light (Waxahachie, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 96, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1902, newspaper, July 24, 1902; Waxahachie, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1070680/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .