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§P^>'k Ι'νΟΤΤηΪΓ il Ο Τ HER ;: FELLOW'S :: KIND ί-*·*·# BUT are alone in attractiveness, individuality and beauty. W4 have studied the situa tion, and have had built a JL.ADIE8' SHOE for Two Dol lars and Fifty Cents that only months of study could produce A Shoe that puts to wondering the mi· crosc op ic criticiscisms of competition :: :: Τrinitonian j is the name $2.50 the price only Crow Bros. 3 sell this Shoe 3 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< I On Monday, Charley Mlddleton I gave *n exhibition on the atreets ► here of the colt· from hie horse, ► Judg·* Dunlap. Tom Yate·, Labe [ White and Tobe Edmonson were se ► lefted as judRes. The colts on ex ► hibtion belonRed to Will Tune, J. [ Lea Gammon and D. C. Jordan. ► After a careful inspection by the ► judsres the first prize was awarded ί Mr. Tune, second to Mr. Oammon J and third to Mr. Jordan. These ► colts are very pretty and speak well ►1 for the Rood qualities of their sire. ► ► Out Of Death's Jaws. I "When death seemed very near ► from a severe stomach and liver * trouble, that I Had suffered with for » years," writes P. Muse, Durham, ► N. Dr. King's New Life Pills J saved my life and Rave perfect , health." Best pills .on earth and ► only 25c at HerrinR-Sparks drug [ store. ► Special Meetings. BeRinninR Wednesday night Oct. Mth, there will he special meetings at Believer· Gospel Hall, corner Beth el and Park streets, (one block east of old Fort Worth and New Orleans depot). The meetings will continue over the following Sunday—four days—at ten in the morning and 3 in the afternoon lor ministry of word to Christians. <Tosy.%i meet ing at 7:30 each night. Visiting, preaching brethren from a distance will be with us. A hearty invitation is extended to all to attend these meetiiiRS. A Dosen Times A Night. Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry, W. Va., writes: "I have had kid ney and bladder trouble for years, and it became so bad that 1 was ob liged to get up at least adoaen times a night. I never recieved any per manent benefit from any medicine until I took Foley's Kidney Cure. After using two bottles, 3 am now cured." Sold by B. W. Fearis. a I THE LONG 6 SHORT OF IT t. K. Alexander of Midlothian it reported seriously ill. Everybody should read the Waot Column every day. It will always Interest you. Read it today. P. K. Derr, a good citizen of the Derr Chapel community west oi Italy, was in the city yesterday. The Twentieth Century Club will I uot meet tomorrow, but will meet I Thursday, Oct. 16, with Miss Ora Miller. \V. C. Williams, who lives near Rockett, was here Monday, rejoic ing over the arrival of a new girl at his home. Dr. \V. M. Shytles formed a part nership with Dr. A. B. Small on the first of this month for the practice of medicine. J H. Walker, of the firm of Cald well A Walker, who has been ill with slow fever for several weeks, is vis iting relatives at Ensign this week. The record at the county jaiJ shows that during the month of September forty-one person· were placed behind the bars. The jail now has fo^ty inmates. A small ad. in the Daily Light's Want column will be read by every body in town. The want column is no longer an experiment; it past that point sometime ago. The advertising car of Ringling Bros, arrived in the city yesterday afternoon and t<>day bill poeters are in different parts of the county put ting up paper for this show. Uncle John Rogers, from Ster rett, was in the city Monday. Uncle John doesn't come to town very often now but his iriends here are always ready to give him a warm greeting. i J. F. Chapman a good citizen of Ellis county who owns a splendid farm between Ovilla and Red Oak, recently bought the Malcolm place 011 Brown street and will soon move here to send hie children to school. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild are preparing for a Hallow'een party somewhat similar to the one they gave last year, when it is hoped the young peyple will come out and avail themselves of an enjoyable time. A social for little children was re cently given by Mrs. Yanlear at home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mull near Forres ton. It was quite a pleasant event for the little people and they wore treated to Ice cream, cake, etc. by Mrs. Vanlear. Prof. Cornelius paid this office a pleasant call yesterday. He has just returned from Arkansas where he has hem teaching singing schools. He says he will soon return to that state to teach a number of smgintr schools near Hot Springs. Aaron Davis, who was born and reared on Bee creek near Boz, was here Monday and said that the In ternational railway was now run ning through that wild creek valley and after forty-six years he found himself in the midst of civilization. If the shows which are soon to exhibit in Waxahachie do not have large crowds il will not be fora lack of advertising. Every village and hamlet in Ellis county have beeu ornamented with flaming posters announcing the dates of their ex hibitions. The Uuild of the Episcopal church are desirous of taking orders for cakes of any kind and also prepared to serve refreshments for receptions or entertainments. By notifying the President, Mrs.Dr. Rodman, at tention will be given to any order. Mrs. E. IS". Baker, Sec. I'ncle Bill Vancleave, an old set tler of Ellis eou"ty, who Is a bach elor and nearly seven feet tall, was ■·-' * - ;·- - - 1 - , 1 . .1 Li— here yesterday end said he had sold hie terra of 200 «ere· toJoho Krabry for 930 per aer·. He thinks of mov ing to Waxahaebie and Investing his money In real estate. A.J. Fanning, who owns a ranch near Plato, vu in the city Monday and «aid that he had leased his ranch to T. H. Skipper for next year and sold him one hundred head of cattle. Mr. Fanning says he will spend next year traveling in the West for his wife's health. I On last Saturday njorning John I Snyder, who lives near Garrett, lost I his house by Are. Yesterday Hard ! shell Jones was in the city solicit ' ing contributions to assist Mr. I Snyder in rebuilding. He raised quite a neat little sum here and re marked to a Light man that the Waxahachie people were the most liberal hearted people on earth when it came to helping a man in distress. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Marshal, who live three miles south of town, were here shopping Monday. Mrs. Marshall stated to Innocence that she had put ep 117 cans of peaches and fourteen gallons of peach but ter, preserves and jelly this sum mer. She iuvited Innocence and his better half to come down and partake of these delicacies, and this Innocence says he upends doing. | Why No! ι Use Fresh Meal ground at home at same price as old meal. It costs no more. Ask your merchant for our mealj if nut satisfactory re I turn to merchant and get your' money back. Wi J. T. WlLJLIAMK A CO. Tribute From Lodge. On Sunday morning Sept. 7, 1902, at hie home In this city, surrounded by hie loved ones and faithful friend· | our beloved brother, W. A. i'alfee, passed into that dreamltM· «leer», called death. He wan one of the charter mem bers of our lodge and always faith fully and weil perforated hie part us a member. His life was an exempli fication of all the beet and loftiest principles of fraternity. Hie was a simple life, a true life. In it there was nothing of sham, or show or hypocrisy. In ail he said or did tie was sit cere, unassumming and honest. He was a man of ten der sympathy and of broad human ity. He saw in every man a brother and practiced the principles of brotherly charity. He knew the frailties of weak aud faltering hu man kind and with (feiierou* heart and lovinu hand he helped to hoar the burdens of hie feHowman. He was a Christian man. The r< - 1 igior he professed eut red Into and formed a part of his daily life. In business, In his church and Sunday j school relations, in his association in this lodge he bor<· about him the same evidences of that faith that was so precious to him. He )iad lived in this city lor more than forty years and had won the love and confidence of our people and by his lofty life proved himself an example that all might follow. In the years of peace he was a safe and conservative citizen, arid in "the perilous days of the past he was a brave aud faithful soldier of the Confederacy. For all these splendid traits that adorned his character and beautified his life we lov.-d him while living and honor ids memory now. We extend our sympathy to his bereaved family, and would comfort them with the thought that with their loved one, "Death was but the 'gathering to eternal life." We further direct that these ree olutions be recorded upon our min utes, that a copy thereof be furn ished the family of our deceased brother and a copy to the city papers. Osce Goodwin, Thkoimjrk Knih h, Jac k Bkau,. Bottled Beer Cheap. A few barrels of bottled beer for for sale cheap for cash, if sold this week. B. D. Pickens. 02 CIGARS Φ TRY A FE.W STOVES The Cigar with a good quality Is the kiiui you lik" to smoke. We furnish you the kind in our Key West Perfects Hood ô Martin ÏTo'S κ" g Wilson Air=Tight and Η Ε ATE Consume 50 per c any other stoves on fectly harmless. ! Trial Me ma r · | IMoo Pythiai •IVβ a fir The KiJjs C.'aun1'niwork *nce met witii tlie .Co. _ jKltt.'1 e ir~ Dt a<on. Wo.jotjjinjycienned, tmpMoUiintr niacin U atui1 clothe» bouffhi >f your patron W ivrri», t !OD?Ka«t Main S't. ans .t. prives the r:ew<4. Bronchitis For Twenty Veare. Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, 111., writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty years and never ifot relief until ί useJ Foley's Honey and Tar which is a sure cure." Contains no opiates. Hold by B. W. Fearis. Subscribe for Hie Enterpns as well as anybody's money will buy those hand|some IVeady-to Wear Hats at Wholesale price# Nothing lihe therti ever shown in Waxahachie befbre Φ Come and see them and yfru will buy Φ Φ mm w For Early Fall and Winter W earΦΦΦΦ Beautiful Cotton Fabrics in stripes, crepe weave, 27 inches wide, just as prettv as all-wool and desira ble for at-once wear, two styles— 20c and 25c a yard 15 different shades worth fully 10c a yard'more 37-inch French Flannels, beautiful colors for shirt waists, worth 75c yard, only . vvv We are showing a handsome line of/Crepe and Serge Waistings in beautiful stripes; white and all the up-to-date colors, at— / 60c, 75c and 85c a 11* = yard Jolesch Ο Ch&sKa The Correct Men'· tod Woneii'i Vo((itteri - . ί - JÎ.L . JUl'JJIJBA J-lil'lU 1 I "" » Buy Your Qrocerie* From V. TKIPOPBT Motnber Oroc«r· »«d Butcher· Association Telephone 10 118 College Street : ANNOUNCEMENT * £ 1A/® h"v® b' ueht K»»m1 «ul F«Mrt bu*(rïf-«· of W. Κ, 2 ' Jonnin**, an Ooltejj»· Ηι«ν«<, «φΛ u*w ire prr|«rMl ? to tfivf. tue |>«<ίμ!« of WmKtfW# *ij> tMnjr tu t»ur i)u« ce · ihort ro<U>«. Prompt d*ll*iNry. . . . * Waxahachle Feed Fuel Company A. JAf*K*. · »»« ·«*«»·*·* »»*»·»····■·»··«· »■»« ·«.« Il I" 1 I.I .111.11.» Ill, ι „, MIIIIIM.I.I H IJ Waxahachie October* 1 1 J AT BULLARD S LOT I α α AFTLRNOON AND NIGHT α a\ >1 Gentry Bros. : Famous Shows United ; tl^. II iJI—L M I A HUNDRED NEW NOVELTIES THIS YEaR ♦ 1 ι he World s Best Trained Animal Exhibition « . \ X 5 A Nerd of Liliputian Performing Elephants 5 ♦ 350 WISE, EDUCATED ANIMAL ACTORS 350 An Entire Train of Special Care. Twi<-e It» Former Without an ««quai See Yamadi Japanese Troop, Ten in Number The Only Act of the Kind in th* World Watch for tbe Grand Free Street Parade 10 A M RENTE M HER THE DAY AND I JAW i Waxahachie October 1 1 ~ — \t— 1~ ♦ The Only Big Show Coming This Y?ar t Travel in Comfort via the Ψ : Cotton Belt Rqute The beet line to Louisville, Nashville, Cincinnati, Birmingham, Atlanta. Washington, Chattanooga, Metrphis, New Yofk, and all pointe East and South. Courteous treatment, unexcelled equipment, PullmatW&lnepers, Parlor Cafe Car· (meal· a la carte); Reclining Chair Çars, β eat β free. For all Information address any agent, or T.P.LttTUi.P.A., A. 8. Wagner,T. P. a., D. M. Morgan,TPA Corslcaua, Tex. Waco, Tex. Fort Worth, T·*. W. H. Wjsbks, Q, P. 4 Τ. Α., Tyler, T«.