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Old Fashion Buckwheat Flour j and Ferndell Panca^é Flour Here Maple Syrup and all kinds 6i other good 5yrups Tni» la the mmoo of y·* /or goodn of th*t kind. J. B. MINES j Look the World All Over and you will find no better place to buy than here. We would especially cherish an opportunity tosh >w the fair and unprejudiced mind that we are the people to spend \our money with . when you wi«.h to buy drug*. Our prices make Drujç buying 1 Φ ehewhere Costly t<> you . ... ^ ί The Oriental Drug Store ^ Π. i; A 5 Γ LAM), Proprietor . φ ίΐ5ίζ£· -.''ίΐϋΡ -■ ·· SjSftVii^ · I Sunday Services. | #c2^sas. < *s <-, ^ . ·. 'αά -viss: .'Κ»»Λ Finn Pri-i 'V «rUn ("bur^i - R~«f J N. lv>, pant >r. Sunday #e~ool 9'.4d ». m . l»*gtn» « : |A ο ni ; ρreaching at 1! ». ta, and *! 7:1* μ m, rir î M Κ church Mouth, ·'©H^tte •ireet. « '. Κ Vrt^bt, ρ**ι<».- Pn«clt' II a m. end 7 ρ rr> Hondaν ncbool M 9:30 * ro A . A t.'ilte», '"«opt Κ ·· wortfi « p, m Everybo y invited >o 1 îm»·® M-rvie·» fSapti't Cf'urrb Suniav »eh > i β *Λ », ui , pfwkchltjii U a. m., Β Y P. U < f . m , Ρ reaching 7 p. t» 8. A Cop»·*, p*;or M. Pan '· Tharch, Mr-Mil'·* St 8'itnav iM h'Hil at 1ί> o'clock «nd wr vii*» »! il u'eloch, prir^r*mm* wrnoii ïm 'h·* « v» l<if at 7:00 Evening pray»··· FrWav »t 4 o'clock: a·#" choir r»béer»«l J**r*n<;t«· ManttWd, Rccfcor Chri»'«»n Church S«nd-»y *rb»ol, t ?0. Regular cftorob <mrv o*u 11 a i». ao<l 7 30 ρ m, Jr (\!Ç 3 ρ m , Br. C. Ε. β : iu p. bb.~ A. E, E»«*ti, pastor Cnmb»rUnd Pr»*bfteHan Church St. nday »c· tK>i ®:4f» a. ro. Pr?arhir<st U ». m atd 7 p. in J.C. Snub, p*»u>r The «team beating apparat®* *t <!>«· } at Baptiet ch .rob fia» been in*taHe<j »« d the t>ii iding t l t>« healed lor tbe flrrt time tomorrow with the new pleat. Weather jedicaiioiM, Tonight · bower* or «now Û urlee, colder; Sun.-a> generally fair. -> I·. *hki ι ir< . Ot«*r»rr ■' -■ "" i)ti h ut an Adi'pltd Child. l.'ttl* Elli May Wo'ldridge, «gui thre*· mouth·. tliw a<). put) daughter of Mr λ ml Mr·, J >bn Wooldrldg«, de pm«*d thi» if« i-ebruary 2, lf*0'2. Tber» it a very pathetic atorv in oounectina vetib the abort period of it· life 8>m« time ago the infant *m given te» Mrs. Ike BarfieW while ahe «raa «lopping at a hotel in I)aiiaa Later it wa» turned over to Alex Moeeley, juetice of the peace of tbe Italy precm* <. Mr } Moeeley made a clo»e Inveitigaiinu of the matter and olalma that he teamed enough to con vince bin that the child'a parent· were nam* ! Pool and that they were reefectable citizen» and live I lu Dal· la» Th », however, may he a enter of connecter*· and the real p.rente of tne liuiw WAif m i> never be kaown vew» Irom tac DMrkt The report c-»roe· from thi Midaa mine· in Ttah, wimee mill la now in operation and running regnUHy at a profit of M<M> a m<>nth. This prop· ety Uaitnatetl in th- Γ>««?> Creek die trict and la aho it three m Ilea from the group of claim* '·« inc worked by the draoey Mining A Milling < oixpany of j thla city Btone Brim, make <jo < k dellvi rr o' w»«d, coat, chare <ai a it.' (fed aiuff ebeap for ra«h. To keep Informed of the local hap pening·» f VVatxhachle read the Light. « Try a Package of Breakfast Crisps A Concentrated F«x»l Mailed, -^L· - *r Phone 54 LEIGH BROTHERS « I Builders & Contractors Our stock is very com plete now of CARPEN TERS' TOOLS and BUILDERS' HARD WARE. We ^ill be glad to show \pu our stock and make vjbu prices at any timç. H ave re ceived our stocjt of Wire Netting Each Ad. Count* on Junior Range r. ι //ν ο i f mg** ABOUT PLANTING TREES. Mr. J. R. Hiyhiw Offers Some Segfei tioe· for Beeutlfyief the City. Mr. J. B. Miyhew, of thl» city, tb« well known denier iu froit and orna ment»! tree·, « as seen Renter-lay by a reporter for the Daily Light and from him a very interesting interview w« obtained relative to the question ol planting trees. Mr. Mayhew ban bad eeveral y ear· experience in th<f «αϊ ture of tree» anl has given the mattn a close study and is tnerefore compe tent to offer practical suggestions along tbe line of planting end cultiva ting both fruit and ornamental tree». Mr. Mayhew said: "I no'e with pleasure the interest the Light is taking in tbe matter of tree planting, and aside from any in ▼ iftual remuneration to he derived, /roui I like to see more people inter ested, especially io shade trees Why should we not plant trees and fetter planting their take care of fame"' We aie blessed with soil that will grow ai mo«t anything we plant, and with a srood, strong effort on our part on city conld be mad»· 'a thing of beauty and a ) y forever.' The planting of tree·* and flowers is prompted b^ ι feeling of patriot em love r,f home, which in a broader sense, is love ο city." ''What would yon advise »s being better adapted for >tbade tree*·? af-ked the reporter. '•Why, that U largely a matte»· of preference," replied Mr. Maytiew, "Sycamore, hac«berry, black walnut and several «pertes of tbe maple wiJl make uice tree*. They | are easily transferred and with proper attention they wilt grow very rapidly A great m»uy people n»*ke a mUtafc* in plant ing tre«* for «haie and ornamectal purposes. I have reference to the •ise of the fee, Home peop'e are in cliaed to the belief that a large tree i« the beat for transplanting Thi* in where they make their mistake In making «election of tree· a great deal of care should be given their fixe- Λ em*!! tree, nr aboat two incbee in diameter, t« much easier transplanted loan a tree of ·1χ or eight Incbe· in diameter, and aaide from thla the •mailer tree will take root macb quicker and begin growing. A great many of a· do not take the proper care of uor tree* after going to the expense of planting, hecoe the re sult l« failure. Think of making a ' bitch po«." ont of a beautiful «hade tree? Î know men I don't believe a woman woaid do it) who every day bitch to trees that are worth $25, when a 26-cent poet would do just *■> well. "What would be your remedy for this practice? the reporter asked ' *lake it a misdeamor punishable by b flue, ' replied Mr. Mayhew. "I am iu favor of making it a fine of ten dol lar· to bitch a horse to a tree one') own tree· not excepted) inaide tic corporate limit·, nme to be donated to Trinity t'nlvereity to be «ted foi tree planting on the campa·." Mr. Maybew is now preparing a plat of tbe University ground· and any one dealrlng any Information re· Utive to tree planting ahould see him. I be Jewelry &o* S«le, β >x] eaiee Mtm to bave become cocagioae In Waxabechie. Since this system vu intoduetd here by the Marpby Company other eales have bft?i atfcfmpted with flittering tue· cet". The l«et one to attract the at tention of the pnblic was the box sale pot ou thie morning by the Rote Jewelry Company. The β*le was be liUn promptly nt »:30 and long before tb*' hour the store was thronged people. Each package con tail >«<1 an article worth fifty cents or more ard when the eeliing betau there wa<s a g»n»>rai rush to «*e who would be ftret. Ever} thing passed off qoifctly and frr in a financial point of view the saie was a nuccee·» The purchasers of package» did qaite a gjod deal of swapping and thoe cas ing bo »nd of amusement. The second prisse, a beautifal gold 4 headed umbrella, whs drawn by Η. Ν Peters. The third » gold neck .ace, wan carried off by J M. Dilion and J. A. l\ Kemble, while th« tirst. » dia moi d Oroocb, which wai drawn be tween 10 and 12 o'clock !>y Mr. I). >i m*ti.ard, was presented to his grand daughter, Mi** Jennie Hey. Up ,o noon more thau six hundred packugea had be^n sold an i in the «'· teinoon there «cemed to be no dimu niciui. iu the crowd. M the I hiaicr. I h* Kutltdge Dramatic <· mpsny pre»t nted ·'i lie Seta cr'a Daughter" t · a Jar#»* aiid appreciative audience a si rug-it at (Ireenviatl'e. The larue uumber present Hern generous in h*ir Hhf*l»niiA nf thH nlatr anrl l-hu «pecitities, ami altogether a rielight fui evening whs «peni. Miss Grace Brainoridge assumed the tit'e role and did so very creditably. The rest of the company are all pood and it is one of the b»*t we have had here this reason —Fort Worth Mail- Telegram. This comp-my will be at t^e opera roo*e for three night·, beginning Thursday, Feb. IS. Tt e play for the opening night mill be the great New York . ~d London h noce β «, "The Sen slor's Daughter". Up to date spec ialties between each ic». Rrnovei His *»fe's Body. Mr. T. D. Turner came to yesterday and had bis wife'» remain* exhurn à and prepared t»r sbipmen', and he left with them this morning for Kan sas Oity to be placed in the home cemetery. »«r. "iurner nay* he is now gone from Ennis, and nothing is le't here about which big interest* arts connect ed. Hp lias bten an active and prom inent citizen and ha» worked bard for the Wfiiare of the city, but he is now tone from u». He says h6 bas many friend# in Kuala tur whor, ï e will ev er cht-ri-h plea^a-n memories.—Ennie News. Arrested for Assault to Murder. , Frank Coambtrs, who lives in Kaufman county, is nnder arrest for ί murder. The offense is alleged to i bave been committed on one Frank i Casey, near Telico, fume time ago ! Deputy 8beriS Minuick went to Ln nie tbi< atternoon to bring Chambers ! to jail in the event he cannot make bond. * Cough-ine, for Coughs f and Colds, is the best remedy nine times out 01 ten. There is no better remedy that we have seen. Cough-ine is the im proved Compound Syrup of White Pine, a remedy extensively prescribed by physicians. It is common for every cough medicine to be called the "best,' but we assure you we would npt recom mend it, iî it were not gobd—none better. We pay you back yjbur money if you don't think so. / 35c and 50c Herring-Sparks Prug Co. (Successors to|J. S. Herring ft Co.) Wholesale and Retail Druggists, TODAY SATUR DA Y Our Big Cost Sale will close. Another day and the most successful Cost S3le ever in augurated in «Waxahachie will close. Don't wait until next week and then say you "are always too late to get the good things." Come in today. We will save you money . : : Any Overcoat at cost Any Winter Suit at cost Any Boys' Suit at cost Any Odd Pants at cost • —— 1 J BEGINNING % ÎTodayj 5 And lasting all of next week we offer 2 • you these greatly reduced prices on # 0 goods, the real value of which is so £ Ù i ell known that comment is unnecessary · ^ All Overcoats at just Half Price 0 All Blankets at just half Price φ ^ Ladies' Tailored Suits Pslf Price φ Children's Jackets at Half Price ^ Ladies' Capes at just Half Price f Wilson Bros. $i and ii.25 Negligee Shirts, J madras cloth, attached or detached J Τ collars, 14 to 17^, choice for /J ' Ladies' fine Shoes (nothing reseive), been ^ selling at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00, you will have χ choice of welt or turned soles, full patent 9 leather or patent tips, button or lace, French or medium heels, for only— Two-Fifty ! s ( Misses patent leather or kid spring heel Shoes, ! have been selling at $2.00 and __ f X $2.50,^izes nj^ to 2, choice for ν»·75 Ϊ φ Same goods. sizesJS to 11, have been <£. φ selling at $1.75 and $2, price now Φ "«5^ Our new Embroideries and Laces are here, and we have priced them with the idea of quick selling. March Delineator Now Ready for You J. S. Campbell S Go.