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The Daily light VOLUME XI WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS. MONDAY, APHIL 20, 1903 NUMBER 14 WH*EXTEND TO YOU A MOST CORDIAL IN- | VITATION to visit us anv day during this * week, at which time we will serve the finest I up of coffee to be found in this State. t We have secured the sendees of Miss El « sie Neil, ·»η >f the most expert demonstrators in S Chi ο to show you what the qualit' >f our ^erndcll Coffee We know that good cup of I coffee ind that v<»u realize that good .:onee is X >->enti tl to every well regulate^household. Call and see us, and tell us what you think ah· 'it our FERNDELL COFFEES. We strive and aim to pleas*· you, and with the fine quality t Ferndell Coffees, w believ·· we have just what you want. It unable to call, we will be glad to call upon you in your home at vour conven ience. Verv truly and gratefully yours, J. B. HINES Wa*^hle ** ASK ABOUT THE COUPONS Φ* ♦♦♦♦♦♦ Crackers and Cakes I New shipment ·>[ the Ivst m j η υ f a c φ J M·( ι, k r M; : C.iko " in.'SMur t!îL· same ni »η ey than anywhere else. Try an order from us. Leigh Bros. Φ Phones 54 I 1 The World's Approval of <iur Klour provi - that i« roallv «food article ι· <|c:rkl> i^rorlktMl There m Hour ή I Hour What the hou»· *%'> ««iiith tu (lotir that ίη fiitlmnoaiiiHl, ri»··* <|uick ly, ■» ail t! rouerh and ha·, that rich brown to;, rtu^t which ileliirt t* I< r h»-irt. So tnur-h for look* Hi·· ht-adof thehoiiw·· thinks triofe of th" ta*t·· Maifiiolla flour All* «11 th'·»·· r' 'jtiir· tu-ut», Jim Kelleher I******************) HTATKM Κ N'T OK CONDITION S Al ti>· Cloae of Huaiu*·» April 11th, lWU. AAA Κκκΐ' FLKMINo, Preaident, » HkKKV |>. LindhLKY, Cul)., A. TKMfUrruH, Vice-Prea and He< Κ Η. Co* κ ALLY, Local Man. Η Ο TrMPi.icTox, Loral Hee., ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ Î HKSOCRCKS Rilla Mdvkblt Stock· owned HankinK heua* and furuilure Other real eat ale owned . . . . L Cash and <·Xfliallnr·· Due from bank· and i>aokera W-»> Iti 'J"-' Kxcbanjrea for clearing houac .. ·.> XH 17 Caah m vault 47 OM 4u M H TKMHi.rro'c, Onma*l. / «7u *r ψ as /ο (*) / :a lfl W4 360 00 0U0 (ft) 154 1U r»7*J 156 4'.» fl Uâ7 3X7 Kl LlAHILITIKtS. Capital atock paid In >«J Ul« U0 Profita, net, alae· Feb. 2, UftXi 19 ΚΙΰ 19 Depoalta S37 77"J 44 W φ Commewed bualneaa February 2, l9Ui • 1 UG7 087 63 : • — J The tit ate of Texaa, è County of Dallas, * 1, Henry D. Llndaley .caahier of the above named bank ι, neury υ Liuuaiey, caanier oi tùe above named bauk, do * solemnly awear that the above statement la true to the beat or my ♦ knowledge and belief HENRY D LIND8LEY, Caahier. Subscribed and «turn to before me thi· 13th day of April, 1903. J Κ W. HM1TH, Notary Public, Dallaa Co., Texaa. Correc t Atteat: Bknnltt Hiu., W C. W itwkk. A. Tkmh-ktos, lint to us 11 mi in TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Program of Meeting at Waxa* hachie. May 21-22. The Texas Press association will n.'ft in twenty-fourth annual ses sion at Waxahaehie. May 21 ami 22. There are !72 members of the as sociation. Of these anil of news paper workers who havf announced ι their intention of joining, more than 100 ha\e announced positively in response to a circular letter of inquiry that they will attend the Waxahaehie meeting. Counting . wiv«s of members who will later find it convenient to attend, it is reasonable to anticipate an attend ance of 150, which will be the largest in recent vears. As will be seen below, the execu tive committee has arranged an in teresting program and an especially attractive excursion to follow. Al together the Waxahaehie meeting 'promses to be exceptionally pleas ant and profitable. The program follow* ThUK8I>.\> , M.W 21. 10 a. in. to 32 m.—Opening exer cises, reports of officer* and stand ing committees, announcements, etc. »<i t'i (. p. m Exercises b\ el «et· ι ed orator, essavist and noet. \iz.. oration by Col. \V. <; Hterrett, "Htate l'resf," Dallas-i ial\eston News essay. Mrs. S. K. Buchanan, editor "Household,'' Farm and Kaucl . poem, Mrs. Mary Winn Smoots of "Aunt i.ucindy" fame. I Γ! ' ·..· *.-t · *ep ses W.!l ! · follow ed by a general discussion on th* query, "W1 at Would You I)o If Ν ο ι Could Do A- You Would to which every membar mill be re quested to iimk·' a brief response. The idea is to · xhibit ti e hin drances, commercial, legal or Oth erwise Willi, fetter the editor II : id to present th· ideal tsork whict in ι κ1 t be done hv the press under I * oil er circumstances. Κ very mem i ber is appointed to prepare a )>rlef ( speech on this topic none to exceed ! five minutes. l KiiiA\, >1 \ ^ 22. • a. ι:. I" 12 Address by Κ«·\ . Oeorge Kankm, T«-xas Christ an Advocate, «>ιι " J ounsaliMii » ml its Halation to Γ ni i.c Morale," f.illow ed by diwueilon, paper by Mist. Maid J Alien · f tii»· Bartlett N«w·, followed by discussion paper by J1r I* i Keac! <>f th·· Ooniab-s I iquir· r on "The Maki . '>( h !■» ic (>··>!>in 1 Daily ai.d \\ <-··'. '.)* in a Country Town. ' follow» 1 by .li^ cutilon; opening of questlo' Ικ>χ ami discussion of it* rout· ute. J t·» 4 p. m. Κ lection of officers, •«lection of next place of meet ing. I resolutions, etc. It will be observed lliat bot en n Witts and a part of Friday afternoon ar·- b'ft f'»r local entertainment of which the president i* prepared to guarantee an abundance In the best quality of Texas hospitality. Till EX» I K8W.N I rider the advico of the executive committee the president has ar ranged an excursion, following the meeting, to tour industrial and di- j versified Texas The schedule is not yet arranged in detail, but spe cific announcement will b· made in ample time. The excursionists will hare seen the successful cotton mill at Waxa hachie and they will spend Satur day, May 23, at the great new pack eries in Kort Worth. Possibly a visit may h»* mûri* mit »<> Thnrb»r iniii' * and vitrified brick establieh ment, one of the largest industrial communities in the south. There is ale«i an urgent invitation t<· run d'iwu to Hruwnwood and pay a visit to the «rave of the lamented S. M. Vernon, hut lack of ti;. < will prob ably prevent. From Fort Worth; the «xcursiun will pointu Ku>( Tex an and southward through the great fruit helt which will beat its l>e»t In I'I'i'im and fruitage, tlien down int·· the lumber, oil anil rice district, sfeioir the new pine shav ing» paper · ι : 11 at Orange, the big Industriel· at Beaumont and wit i '»«siriK the flooding of '!■' great rire farms of South Texas The party w:ll disj ■ rse at Houston. The plai is to travel altogether in day light and .» iarti*· part «if the journey will be mad· on special schedule. Citiea ni η* th·- way may be de pended upon to inak· pleasant breaks in the journey. It;»· vj»it Jwili open the IJO of maiiv eiiitors t«> the greatness of industrial and diversified Texas and the result will be a new and deli,.· t ful appreciation of this wonderful state. Member w! .. will οίιι the t-xcur- ! » i ■ >n should pro ν id*· themselves with transportation from Hi>uiton, t}.·· point of dispersion. The <-xcursion transportation w ill be prov tded lu a body by the committee. The journcv ran be mad·· in one w<*ek fr· ·r. ti · lay of leaving Wa\a hachie to the day of arrival at home, making altogether about ten da*π for annual meeting and excur sion. The necessary expenses will be no more tl au ordinary traveling expenses for that length of tune. More particular announcement of the excursion will be made later to member· of the association and to others who have signified a desire to go. EXtXITlVE COM M ITTICI The executive committee of the Texas Frees association is hereby called to meet at Waxahachie, Thursday, May 21, at a m., one hour before the meeting of the asso ciation. C'UMM'I Ol'BI.EY, President. Houston, Texas, April IS. EXERCISES FOR FIELD DAY Program to be Given by Hifh Schjol Pupils San Ja cinto Day. K<»li<·wiri>ar is the program for lieid day exercises to be given by the ι high echowl pupils 011 San Jacinto, j day, Tuesday afternoon, April _'l, beginning at two o'clock: First Grade—Hoop Drill, girls: Dude Race, 4 buys. Second Grade Scarf Drill, girl»;' Dude Race, 4 boys. Second and Third Grades — Wand Drill, girls: Brownie Race, 7 boys. Third Grade Indian Huntress ι Drill, girls; Rrownle Race, 7 boys. Fourth tirade — Patriot's Drill, girls; Blindman's Race, bovs. Fourth Grade—Dairy Maid Drill, girls; Sack Race, boys. Fifth Grade- Bean Bag Drill, girls : Clown Race, boys. Fifth and Sixth Grades -Rrooui Drill, girls; Cob Race, boys. Sixth Grade—Ring Drill, «iris; IMn Race, boy». Seventh (trade Cmbreila Drill, girls; Blind-fold Game, boys. High School Military Drill, r I s ; I ! in. m i h Race, Hurdle Rac. , I limbing, F Race, R inn Race, V\ Ileeiharriιw K»ce K»f M m - Race, Ob»tac|· Rac··, Μ··:? ι it hard Race, Horizontal liar, Tug of War, Running Broad Jump. Run ning High Jump, Vaulting, Reap Frog. There w ill b< three tut'- ·>' » irhe Ι*'·«ιι hove of different grade·,. Decoration Day. The member· of Camp Winni·· i>avis, I'nited Confederate Veter ans, and of Sims-Watson Chapter, Daughters of t! e Confederacy, have, arranged to obsorve S am1 ay, April J'i, as Decoration Day. The exercises will be held in the cemetery park at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. \V. J. tin i ♦- has been appointed chairman of tire decoration commit tee anil she requests all persons who wish to furnish flowers to send' them tu the cemetery between .. and 4 o'clock, as she will he there ti> re ceive them. Citizens of the town wt know the location of graves of old soldiers are requested to furnish sucl information to either Miss M<dlie PMllips i.i Mr- Κ H.cirif fln. A Fortune in Dogs. • Mie of the features of the (Jrcat Kioto show··, united this ·-· asoti, is then troop of thoroughbred dog» In h'-leeting material for their kennels only registered do>rs were purchased and to the fancier of thoroughbreds a genuine treat is promised. The Ion.; list includes importe.1 French, Uern.an and ltussiai Poodle·, Sky 'lerriers, Krirlien Hull»;, a magnifi cent troup· of Scotch Collies, in fact, each and every do^ in the iist 'I* i* a pedigreed t*»«nty and many of - them are the winners of American and foreign i.euch show prizes. It you are interested in thoroughbred doge pay a visit to these kennels, where polite attendants will be pleased to point out the favorites and answer all queries. Will exhibit at \V ax ah ac hie to morrow ■ Η Κ A I Τ Ν AM) 8TRENUTH Arn destrabl·· Vou ar· strong S and vigorous, when your blood in I nure M an ν nay, most women, I fail t·· ; roperl.s digest t: · ir food, I and ho become sallow, thin and I weak, while the brightness, fresh ness anil beauty of the skin ai I complexion, depart. Remedy this I unpleasant evil, by eating nourish ing food, and taking » small dose of I Herbine after each meal, to digest I what you have eaten **<· at Hood I Λ Martin'· I COMING EVENTS. April '_'l Field day at I'aik I'ub- I lie school. Μ ι · Protracted meeting at I Main îStreet Christian Church. May til Annual meeting of the I Texas Pre·* Association. Two days I lession. $150.00 Reward. The Houston aud Tvtas Railroad I Company will pay $1 jrt.00 for the ar- I rest and coin idnm #f the party or I laitisi who plac.· ] . i.st ruction 11 M track MM and ftH ...'snast I >f Sardls on Port Worth branch on I tight of \■ ηl »'n' caused!I ■ΓΓ'-i k of we>t bound Knight κ vira il «M J. Ν Μ 111 >' r, Manager l't J | Crop and Cnattie M'^tiia^m no* In stock. Orders tilled for any quan tity desired Also bill of sale books for stockman. The Koterpris· New rubber tired buggies at L'jnde Motley'·. 13 Men are buying Clothing nimbly these days. It'5 the time of the year when everything wants to put on new life and new clothes. It's natur al, perfectly natural. No thrifty man can afford to be poky or dowdy in this age of thrift, when appearances count for so much. Spring selling is now in full blast. This store's ability to serve >8*ίν* ^Princeton" Ou>nQ jurt trrxrr the men fofks of Ellis county was* never so thoroughly tested a> now and we stand the test. In tact, we like to be tested. Suits as low in prke as 58.50 and as huh as $25.00. Of course the between grades ire the most popular sellers and so there's a larger assortment of ^uits at S1J.50 and $15.(X) than we have ever shown. Every wearing wmt from he id to foot can best be suppliee here. It's ,i pleasure to show. u«c/ ΦΦΦ The WANT COLUMN Will BUY SELL or EXCHANGE Anything ΦΦΦ : ♦ : ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ : s ♦ ♦ : ί ►·♦♦·♦♦♦♦♦«·««··< The new game FLINCH Now in stocK her©. Shipment re ceived yesterday. : THE HERRING DRUG COMPANY VImUmIc asd Retail Druffists A Waxahachie See McManus' for Kitif>,|Ki'liabl«> Vehicles House Cleaning Time Come· with spring ami you will likely need mui' : : : Bed Bu>i Poison, Kat and Roach Killer, as well as Fly Paper, also London Purple^Paris Green, etc. A\¥ theee we have and w/uld be pleased to supply ufiiir wants. We would ee /»-<-ially call your attention Fly Net a· well as Tangle Foot and Dutchess Poison Paper Call to see us Thomas & Moore Oriental Drug Store.