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VOLUME IX
WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS, FRIDAY,
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:: I ^ave a full line of canned |
H meats, cracKers, cakes Ù '!
·: picKles for lunches and }
·: moonlight picnics Φ Φ Φ j
I: Fresh fruits, vegetables 6 |
i: melons always on hand ·
J. B. HINES, Phone 3 :
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CaK.es andCra.ckers
Fresh Shipment
Just Received
at
Leigh Bros. ^ Phone 54
Arches (or Pilgrims.
it is estimated that nearly,
UiJDO Knlghte of 1'ythian and their ;
friend* are to make- the pilgrimage
I west to San Franciaco in Augaat j
tient. For thl* »'\«nt âll the overland j
railroad* have η:*4· tipwiily low
rate*. The Californien* are offer- ]
ι in? t>v*ry imipltklity. A feature of j
the ncc|iti(in will !»e bi| arche» thai
will «par the chief »tre*ta of Sa»
Francisco. They are to Ik* modela
of architectural genitia. Tl··· mat#· j
rial Is to l»> entirely of < alif<>ritia
production ami çonipostnl s.»f thç
choicest wood· ami mineral* In the
Htat". The main arch will be seven
ty feet in width and fifty eight fwt
in height!). The exfrlor i* to rt-*em
t>le ivory, trimmed with 34,000 feet
of garland* for each arch, lOOwreath*
of light, 7000 incade*f-ent·, Λ*· are <
light·, 100 double banner*,3J0colon·
«de·. flag* j»eniiant* and emblem*.
Installation Tonight.
Officer· elect of Waxahachte
Lodge No. 80 I. Ο. Ο. κ. will l>e it»
etalled tonight hy l>i»triet Deputy
Stogner, of Ferrie. All member·
ere earnestly r«que*t»-d U> attend.
John Raîeton, X. O.
Bubacribe for the Lioht.
Β. Y. P. U. Program.
Th«· following i* the program for
Sunday, July β. Subject: The
Wicked. I.··»«on Job
Pewc^-Mr. Haw*.
Betrayed-Mr Jenkins,
Self treat—HentMe Hose.
Reaction Mrs, Huck»bi>e.
Retribution- Mr». Thompson.
Κ'βτ—Mm. Watson.
T«rrot llrvoks Tingle.
Found Out Willie Todd
Ν·> Η op—Λ ai y Ash.
R«>*art! Mr*. Park.
V lai tor* cordially invited. A col
lection will be tak<~n r<'»r exiteniws of
representative» to I.a Porte.
Bobbed of Money and Watch.
Some one eut· ml Clar* MeDanlel'·
r«om,rtllevinj{ film of f.s.50 casl and a
fold watch. (,'lare said Ihe watch tv
a present from hi* father and be
would not have not taken anything
for it. A traveling man wa* arr»-s
l«i on ftUftpicion and searched bul
D'>a« of th«· stolen property was
found on hi* peraon.—Ferrie Wheel
Don't Fall To Try Thia.
When cv>r an houeet trial is giv
•»n to Electric Hitters for any troub
le it'· recommended for, a (wrmaneni
cur·· will au rely be «-fleeted. ft η·*Λ
*>τ falla to tone the ttomMh, régulât·
the kidney* and b«>w«-is, *tiinulat<
the ilver, invlrorute the nerves an·
purify the blood. It'* a wond'-rfu
tonic for run-down system*. Elee
trie Hitter* positively cure* Kidnej
and Liver Trouble*, Stomach f>i*
orders, Nervouane··, SleepleB*n··**
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and expeli
Malaria. Satisfaction guatant···»·
by Herring-Spark* Drug Co. On I;
,» cents. *·
Buy and Try a Box Tonight.
While you think of it, go buy am
try a box of Cascarets Candy Ca
thartic, ideal laxative, tonight. V'ou'l
never regrvt it. Genuine tablet
stamped C. C. C. Never sold ii
bulk. All druggists, ioc.
COMPLIMENTARY RECEPTION
Mrs. Erwin and Daughter Enter
taining House Party.
Mrs. Β. K. Erwin and daaghtrr,
Mis· Aynie Maye, are this week en
tertaining a bet y of young lady vis
itors with a series of whist parties,
dances and luncheons. The follow
in? ladies compose the house party
for the week :
Mrs. W. S. Button, Austin; Miss
Annie Lou H<>user, C olumbia, Ten
n*hse»>; Miss Virginia VanZandt,
Miss V"IrfriI Paddock, Miss Vartter
I Wall, Fort Worth; Miss Anna Por
| tia Raker, Waco; Mine Pauline
j Mattinglv, Sherman; Miss Grace
ι Carpenter, Bowling Green, K.v.;
I Miss Bessie M c I>ade, Paris.
j The first entertainment given at
' tiie elegant Erwin home in Wil
| ham* Addition was a "come and
J bo" reception yesterday afternoon
from 5 to 7 o'clock. In preparing
for .this reception Mrs. and Miss
Erwin must have tak»*n for their
motto thes·* lines from Byron:
All who joy would win
Musi share it—
Happiness was born a twin.
House parties anice anywhere,
but this one was ideal. The richly
furnished parlors w>«re tastefully
decorated with carnation*, ferns and
palms. About om> hundred and fif
ty ladies left carils.
In the reception hall those win
so me littl·· ladies, Lillian (Sutton
J *
and V'erna Erwin, received t h e
j curds of the visitors. In the parlor
i Mrs Krwln and Miss Annie Maye
j were assisted fn receiving by Miss
Maker, of Waco; .Miss McDftde, of
ι Paris; Mis- Mattingly, of Sherman;
Miss VanZandt, of Fort Worth. In
! ti ■■ tlining room were Mrs. Jack
i Heal], Miss I>ot Hosford, Mrs. J.
:< . Siddons and Mrs G. C. Groce.
i From th»* dining room the guests
were shown into the punch room
, where the bowl was presided over by
Mrs. Anson Ycajirr and Miss Es
telle Dunlap. in this room punch,
«aff-r» and mint were served.
In the evening the home wa*
turned over to the young people
I who »j>ent several houre pleasantly.
Eleven tables wer»* set for whist and
and four cames played. The con
test for the prites was quite spirited
and resulted In some close scores.
In the contest for the ladies' prize
there was a tie between Mrs. Hill
Harbin, Miae Caille De»n and Miss
Lucy Collins. In the cut Miss Col
lius won and received a pretty cut
«lass cufT box. The gentleman's
pria··, a silver match box. was won
by Ja>. Griffln. After the games
refreshments consisting of ice
crt-am and cake w«-re served and
ι from 11 to 1» o'clock dancing was
1 engaged in.
The P. 0. A. Club.
Mies Minnie Ttmmons was the
I club'· host»·*» at her beautiful home
I 2:»» Kaufman street, last Wednesday
' afternoon. The life of Mrs. Mc·
Kinley and the lesson were dis
cussed and theu an interesting con
test beiiun. We were given neat
j little program» and told to correct
. the old adages which were printed
! in the booklet». At the end of this
s interesting contest Mi Mi Moesi··
ι Morris was declared the winner of a
beautiful pair ot embroidery scts
. nor*. Miss Tlmmona was assisted
In entertaining by Mrs. Hickman,
Mrs. TtinaoM aud Miis Nell
I White, her charming sruest from
I Florida. Delightful tees wet* then
" s»-rved and we adjourned to meet
j next Wednesday afternoon with
Mies Willie Hurrough.
^ Foley's Kidney l'un; purifies th«=
I blood by straining out lmpurltie«
" and tones up the whole system
. Cures kidnev and bladder troubles
) Sold by Ji. W. Fearis.
k Edactt·Yoor Bo*«u frith Cmc*r«ti.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation foreter
k 10c, ûc, U C. C- C. tall, drueicists refuud money
MURDER IN SECOM DEGREE
Sam Dodion Found crailtr and
Given Fire Tears.
After being oat one night and day
the jury in the 8am Dodson case
late yeiterday afternoon returned
its verdict, finding the defendant
guilty of murder in the eeeend de
gree and assessing hie punishment
in the «tate pefcltentlary for a term
of five years. Dod»on ia an ex-con
vict and the crime chargé against
him Is for killing a negro convict
one night last September. The
convicts had been chained for the
night and when the deceased com
plained of having been mistreated
that day it is alleged that Dodeon
walked over to where he was lying
on a mattress and with a muttered
oath shot him dead.
The evidence in the Tom Peeples
case was concluded lust niirht and
this morning the case was submit
ted to the jury without argument.
The jury was out only a few minu
tes when it returned a verdict of
acquittal.
After the above case bad been
finally disposed of the case against
Martin Hall, «-harmed with bitramy,
was called for trial. Hall is alleged
to have takf>n onto himself four
wives more than he was entitled to
under the laws of the state.
The (fraud jury adjourned yester
day afternoon until Monday. It Is
announced that the big twelve will
probably adjourn next w»>ek for the
term.
A. Fi. Hase, of Morjrantown, Ind.,<
had to gut up ten or twelve tini^s
during the night and bad severe
backache and pains ii. the kidneys.
\Va- cured by Foley's Kidney Cure.
Sold by B. W, Fearis.
First Train to Mertens.
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
the first train cwm*· 1. Α Ο. X.
crossed the Cotton Relt track at
Mertens. There was a lar^e crowd
{•resent to witness the scene and tlie
whistle was Mown loud and long.
Dr. McFool was present with a ko
dak and took a picture of the train
while standing on the crossing. The
track has been laid now up past the
the depot about one-half mile. They
have also laid some of the switch
track and are goinif on real fast with
the work. The working crew moved
their camp here for the present.
Just when the trains will start to
running is not yet known.— Mertens
Herald.
Treat Your Kidneys for Rheumatism
When you are suffering from
rheumatism, the kidneys must be
attended to at once so that they will
eliminate the uric acid from the
blood. Foley's Kidney Cure is the
most effective remedy for this pur
IMjse. R. T. Hopkins of Polar, AAis.,
says: "After unsuccessfully doc
toring thr**e years for rhe*matism
witti the best doctors, Itried Foley's
Kidney Cure and it cured me. I
cannot speak too hijrhly of this
great medicine." Suld by B. \V.
Fearis.
Dr. Barrett's Lecture
A fair steed audience greeted Dr.
Barrett in hie illustrated lecture
ou "Ancient Kgypt" at Went End
last night. The views were splen
did, and the doctor's explanation
of their principal points was full oi
interest and instruction.
Took His Life.
Two or three inontha a«o this pa
per contained an account of the at
β tempt of Whit Gardner, a farmer
living near Milford, to take his lift
by cutting hie throat. Gardner had
about recovered from his self-inflict
ed injuries and was this week visit
ing re'atives near Frost. The othei
morning tie carried out his determi
nation of self-destfuotion by β hoot
ins himself through the head with ϊ
target rifle. He leaves a wife auc
eleven children to mourn his death
Epworth League Program.
Following is the League program
for Sunday, July 6:
Subject—The Father's Care.
Bong.
Prayer.
The Life More Than Meat. Leacl·
er, Miss Lucile Arnold.
Our Superiority as Creatures-—
Chas. Gray.
Anxiety Cannot Satisfy— Miss
Jennie Hey.
Song.
The Divine Knowledge of Need-—
Miss Annie Kennedy.
A Father's Promise—Ralph Dowb
in*·
A Day at the Time—Ralph Dowi
Ing. I
Taking Thought Properly— Ml8«
Hattie Slay Smith.
Closing.
No False Claims.
Th>· proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this ae a
sure cure for "consumption." They
do not claim it will cure this drt**d
complaint in advanced cases, but
do positively assert that it will cure
in the earlier stages and never iaila
to give comfort and relief in the
worst cases. Foley's Honey, and
Tar is without doubt the
throat and luntr remedies. V^fuseNi
substitutes. Sold by 1J. W. F«-aria. |
Commission Received.
Postmaster John Beaty has re
ceived from Washington his new
commission as postmaster. 'Γ fa e
new commission bears the-signature
of President Theodore Roosevelt
and it is a nicely engraved d<>cu-1
ment. Mr. Beaty has bad it framed j
and it now hangs on the wall beside ;
the old commission sinned by the
late President McKinley. Mr. Beaty j
is very proud of th».se documents
and says he will keep them well pre
served for historical mementoes.
When Other Medicine» Have Failed
Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It
has cured when everything ri.se has
disappointed.
Vacation Days.
Vacation days are here and the
children are fairly living out of
doors. There could be no healthier
place for them. You need only to
guard against accidents incidental
to most open air sports. No reme
dy equals !>·Witt's Witch Haz'-l
Salve for quicklj stopping pains or
removing danger of serious conse
quences. For cuts, scalds and
wounds. "I used DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve for sores, cuts and
bruise*»,says L. B. Johnson,
Swift, Tex. :'lt is the best remedy
on the market." Surecure for piles
and skiu diseases.. Bewareof coun
terfeits. Herring-Sparks Drug Co.
Acts Immediately.
Colda are sometimes more trou
blesome m summer than in winter,
it is so hard to keep from adding to
them while cooling off after exer
cise. One Minute Cough Cure cure*
at once. Absolutely safe. Acts
immediately. Sure cure for coughs,
colds, croup, throat and lung trou
bles. Herring-Sparks Drug Co..
Subscribe for the Light.
If a Man Lie t* You,
And say some oth&r salve, oint
ment, lotion, oil or alleged healer is
as good as Bucklen'e Arnica Salve,
tell him thirty years' of marvelous
cures of Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns,
Feloae, I'lcers. Cuis. Scalds. Bruis
ps and Skin Eruptions prove it's,
ttie best and cheapest. 2& at Her
ring-Sparks Drug Co.
The Best Prescription, for Malaria
Chills and f#ver is a bottle ot
Grove's Taeieless C sill Tonic. It
is shnply iron and quinine in a
tasteless' form. Sv cure, ao pay.
Price 50 ceuts.
You Know Wharf You are· T aking
When you take» Grove's Τ a stole sa
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle show
ing that it is simply lion and Qui
nine in a tafUeiess ftvriii. No ourov
no pay. 50 €>«its.
I
Travel is Necessary
Sometimes
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Long Distance
Telephone
will MTe you much
tr***l end mon*·}·
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New KodaR Goods
New stuck just receiveiVof Eastman's
Kodak Supplies—f?Se\r^ Films, new
Paper, new Kodaks', A'ili be glad to
to have your order/for anything in
Kodaks 0 a* û a 0
Herring-SparKs Drug Co.
Wholesale 4 Eelail Druggists
How are
YourFeet
Do they need a new
cover? We have about
120 pairs of Tan Shoes
in high and low cuts from
the very |best makers—
Stacy. Adams & Co. and
Packard & Field. Gtxxi
shapes and sizes, iust as
good fitters, just as good
wearers as you could
wish fcr. The colors are
a little off. We want to
close them out. Half
price is all it takes to
get a pair·#^#·#^####
$5.00 shoeiT $2.50
tr$4.00 shoes $2.00
[|N3.50 shoes „ $ 1.7i»
&3.00 shoes $1.50
Btcù
"JdtkcM Cfctfa&Vv
Poleza
SulKy Plo.Ws
Excel
All Qtfiers
E.asy Τerms
See
J. W. McManus
Waxahachie,
Texas
Margaret Allen 81-7
Zioua Belt ... 'Ï757
Ruth Smith — 2111
Maud Gritttn 72U
Mattie Smith .... .. tJ47
Annie Blanch Few ,'ii>4
Pauline Freeman ;#Xi
Ida Blank 202
Cora Haesell, Sarlvo . 2440
Ida Bales, Waxahachie 2128
Kirtly Walker, Forreston 1682
Grace Edwards, Malonej . 588
Cora Clark, Waxahachie 2-">4
Myrtle Wheatley, Waxahachie 22ί»
Mattie Bryant, Avalon 15)3
Ora Fleming, Howard lfvS
Ovee Fuijua, Funis 141
Willie I>ee Campbell .
Ossie Holmes , ;*>
Irene Ke&ton, Bardwell 2ti
Mattie Lou Smith, Milford ... !·
Awarded
According to the terms of
the contest as announced
in the beginning, the ad
vertisements were counted
tndjjy, and the Junior
R^Âge awarded. Follow
\pg is the list of contestants
And the number of adver
tisements each one turned
into our office:
COUNTY LIST
CITY LIST
The Stoves were accordingly awarded to little Miss Mar
garet Allen, ot this city, and little Miss Cora Hassell, ot
Saralvo. I hey will please call for their prizes.
T. J. TINGLE., Manager

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