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crushed ready to use ΟβΓβαΙδ such as Force, Vim, Malta Vita, Eat-a-Bis cuit, Boston BrownFlak.es, Grape Nuts, Shreaded Wheat Biscuit, Etc. We have a full line of these goods that are fresh. / Tel5Sh3one J. B. HINES ♦ ♦ ♦ : ♦ : ♦ No. 3. ♦ Sweet Things Uvalde Honey—comb or strained. Sugar, cut loat. Powdered, granulated, and Y. Q. Have 25 bar ' Tels granulated in the house no\y. You will need lots of sugar about this time of year. Syrups—Try the Acadia Sirup de Batterie, a Lou isiana product good as any 75c Simp de Batterie mad»*. Put up ii ns for 60c. Hal* Ion cans ι »ι 35c. Louisiana Ribbon Cane The nly wa\ to handle Ribbon Cane in summer is in a sealed tin can. \) w m-'t stay in a barrel. 1 gallon can Rib b 'fiCane. 50c, half gallon can Ribbon C me 30c Lrffts of other cheaper svrup and sorghums in b nrrels and can--. Turn over \ jiew leaf iifi.i drink · · · · · Ralston's Health Cereal Coffee ifistead of Coffee Leigh Bros. Φ Phones 54 15 CENTS To Enois or Any County Connection INOINNOINt All Uti··* iMttauc* froiimt, perfect aervlce *r .Aille circuit. Louu Telephone Huafnea» Phone. .. fci .im a uiontt Residence Phon* f- AU a month No party line· Ellis Co. Independent Telephone Company, gy■ ■ COMING EVENTS. Jen·· 1β.—Thr··» day·' aeaeiou of | the North Texaa Medical Associa tion to till· city. June Zi. — KIIU County Hummer] Normal, ten day· a*·· a I on at Trinity t'nirer»lty. July 'Jl.—Ten day '•'•«••ton of tht Waxahaehie Chautauqua and Sum mer Aaaerobly. w \ ν VBD We would like to aak, through the column* of Your paper, if there t* any peraon who haa us»ul tlreen'» Mower for tha cure of Indl , Dvspepala, and Liver Trou tbat haa not been curtnl and mean their résulta, auch aa Mnacti, fermentatlou of food, coatlv«n«aa, nervoua dy* headache·, dlapondent feel lae;>l*>aaueaa - - In fact, auv counectod with the atomach Thla medicine haa been many yeara lu ail cHrillsed and we wiah to correa you and send you one of free of coat. If you hate August flower, try a '£» ft»at. We have never failing. 1 i «ο, aonie aerloua ia the matter The 2S cent »ii.· has juat juced thla ι cent·. Ita α this year. Regu· . At Jl W Kearia. , Woodbury, N. J. Γ daw chiiè *od barbecued do « Graf too'a. tf A SPLENDID HKMEI>\ Neuralgia pain*. rheumatism,' luiiihajf" and sciatic pain» yield to the penetrating tufluence of Hal lard'» Snow Liniment. It penetrate» to the u*r»*·» and bon#·, and being absorbed into the blood, ita healing properties are cotived to every part of the body mid eflect some wonder ful cur»·». Mr. D K. Moore, agent Illinois Central Railway, Milan!, Ten . «tat*·· "I hare used Kal ian)» Hriow I.hument for rheutna tlaiii, backache, etc., In my family. It is a aplendtd remedy. We could not do without it." J5c, .Vk· and 1.00 at Hood A Martin'» * " Not Busy The piooiessive business man realizes the compre hensive scope of Tele phone service and pro vides ample facilities to accommodate his patrons they are not required to call again because the "line is busy." : : Are your Telephone Facilities ample and the'lines uot busy?' The Southwestern Telegraph end Telephone Compear See McManus' for Pin·, Keliabl· Vehicles I THE REALM OF SOCIETY fiBB| Ladies Entertained at Home of Mrs. Penn. Tuesday afternoon the lady friend· f the Miaaee Wilaon and Mra. 'enn were moat delightfully enter ained at the beatiful spacious home if Mr. and Mra. J. Lee Perm, whoae gracious hoepitallty, often extend >d, la an inapiration to the guests of hat home. During the evening hours Mrs. »enn entertained in honor of Mie» )aisy Bedding, Mine Mabel Boyd, a graduate of the High School of this rear, and her guest, Mies Lizzie β ai Connor, of Dallae. Although the evening was so hreatening twenty-four boys and :irla were participante in the eve ilng's entertainment. The lovely rooms were thrown •pen, beautiful roses, carnations md nasturtiums everywhere de ighted the eye, and diffused delicate ragranre. Si* tables were placed md all enthusiastically engaged In ^laying that most popular game, 'Fîiuch," each striving in the eon eat to win the prize. In a cut for he girl's prize, Miss Mabel Boyd iron and received a beautiful hand tainted puff-box Mr. Oahagan srou the boy's prize, a water color picture of Stanford's "College Girl." Delicious refreshments of brick L-reaai, angel food and salted al monds were served. I.east among the joyous guests were Misses Mar garet Kernble, Clara Boyd and Alpha Penn, three little fairy-like creatures, lending radiant faces and a helping hand when needed. As the small hours of tb» night grew near unto the morning expressions of appreciation were jriv»·», the hum of voices b»»gan to cease, "good nights1' were spoken, and leaving, all were filled with thoughts that ever will revert to this as one of the happiest occasions e\er given them. Marriage Announcement. The following invitation has been sent out. Mr. and Mrs. Kd P. Hawkins in vites you to be present ut the mur riaK·» "f their daughter, Irma, to Mr. Mercer W. Walker. Thursday evening, June lij, ltKV'J, at S o'clock at the Firrt Methodist church, Waxahachie, Texas. The·»» are two of Waxahachle's molt popular young people and the Light takes this opportunity of extending congratulations in ad vance Miss Pickett Entertains. Miss Mary Sue Pickett invited a few triends to her home on Oldham avenue last evening where she en tertained them in a moat charming manner at whist, t-rom 9 to U six apirited gamea of that ever fascinat iug game were played. The con tests were lively and several close ■cores were mad»'. At the conclu sion of the κ am h dainty refresh ments were served by Mrs Picaett and little daughter âidosv Lee. - Blackberries j At twenty cent* /er gallon, you pick them, or thiyr cents picked al j he patch. C. L KlDD. ti j* Onion skin tvyewrlter paper, lega sue, just the thing for carbon copies Enterprise office tl CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK fji The Honor toll Baak of Ellis Cooaty. The Roll of Honor of the National Ranks of the United States j"*. published by the "New York f inan cier" from the statements of the National Ranks, shows that out of 41501 Ranks in operation under Na tional charters only 592 are entitled to position on the Roll. To secure a place on the Roll of Honor a bank must show surplus and undivided profits equal to or in excess of its capital stock. The Citizens National Rank of Waxahachie moved up just ten points the past year, and now stands No. 334 in the National system No. 19 in the state of Texas and is the only bank represented in Ellis county. Its capital today is $10U,UUO.OO, surplus and undivided profits 1138,000.00, making a total operative capital of 1*238,000.00, and it can be further stated that this prosperous institution is one of the few in this state that has never passed ;or failed to pay ι its shareholders regu lar semi-annual dividends. This successful institution has practically been under the same management from its organization, and its original stockholders in con trol, today hold the same relation with the bank. It has always been the policy of j the able directors of this bank to increase its assets in proportion to its continued increasing business, and thus be in position at all times to meet the demands of its num erous patrons throughout this sec tion. Birthday Parly. Mils Jewell McDade, the little (laughter of Mr. aud Mrs. T. J. Mc Dade, is this afternoon celebrating her tenth birthday with a lawn social* A iarge number of her little friends are present aod all are having a merry time. The little hostess was the recipient of <juite a number of nice present». Brick cream and fruit constituted the refreshments. Valuable Collection of Slides. Mr Ernest Anderson, who this year graduated with the degree of A. K. from Trinity and also B. S. from the State t'nlvereity, has just presented the department of Biology iu Trinity with more than one hun dred prepared slides. These slides represent the embryo of the chick, fleh, frog, etc., as well as the vital organs of the cat. There are sev eral prepared for plants also. This is a valuable collection as the slides cost from .jO cents to fl.OU each. Mr. Anderson is one of Trinity's most promising graduates, winning first houers in the class this year. He leaves Tehuacana Saturday, the 13th inst., for Chicago I'niversity where he will take post graduate I work. Notice. We Uave a siu4ll jpeock of White ! aiul Standard Sewytg Machines we I will close out chMp. They are bran new and fully warranted. Call and examine them. tf The ouiham H'dw. Co. Weather Forecast. Tonight and Friday generally fair ; cooler tonight, warmer Friday. H. ALKKKL) Dennibos, Observer. COTTON MARKET WENT WILD Advance of Ntaety«Six Points Recorded in Two Days. Now that the cotton crop of last year has passed out of the hands of the planter the farmer· on exchange who farm with a little piece of chalk and a wet rag are making1 more money than they know what to do with. The New York and New Or leans market· have been wild tbia week, an advance of ninety-six points being recorded for Monday and Tuesday. Yesterday the mar ket was weak and unsteady, but closed a few points up. In New Orleans Tuesday July cotton closed at 13.30, a price that was so far ahead of ali records for years that comparison» were use less. Yesterday July cotton opened at 13.51, advancing during the day to I3.fi8 and then settled back to Hi.40 at the closing hour. Excursion to Waco. An excursion train will be run from Dallas to Waco Sunday by the Katy on account of a baseball game to be played by Paris and Coreicana. The train will leave Waxahachie at 0:0!» a. m. The fare for the round trip will be $1.00. 61 A Golden opportunity in the season's selling there hasaccumlated up wards of fifty suits, just, one or two of each lot., In order to clear 'em out quickly we are tutting the prices; they were originally our best sellers at £1* 0, 515, 512.50, and $10; take pick of the lot at 58.80. They won't last long and we advise you to come in at once. See Enterprise Job Office For legal blanks. Bill of Sale books 20 cents each. HAIR BRUSHES Φ κ A better Hair Brush than any other that vou can get for the same price. : : We have searched all the factories and show rooms for our H3'r Brushes, and offer best values for thk m<>ney that can be found any where. If you buy any Hair Brush in our lot and, after getting home, you feel that you have not gotten your money's worth, bring the Brush back to us and get your money back. , . . We have 'em all sizes, all prices. THE HERRING DRUG COMPANY VMmb maâ Bétail Dralliiti A Wutbchic * I AS <IS /is φ φ Λ î IS * « 4S /fs φ 1S DURHAM'S 10 DAYS Clothing Sale! Mens Summer Suits We ρ Lice un special sale 12 lots of mens summer 1 suits, coats and pants , only, coats unlined, cool and comfortable clothing, come in all wool crashes, flannels, sizes, see this list : 7056 gray woolen crash suit, $10, special 8.65 9240 blue hair line serge Milts. 510, special 7.95 '>443 gray striped wool crash suit $12.50, 9.75 6969 grayish color wool .rash suit, >10. spe 7.75 6963, and 7101 two lines wool crash suits, >10.00 special - - 8.95 9244 dark wool flannel suits, 58.50, spec 7.50 •>6l4, 9312, ^314. three lots dark wool flannel suits, 57.50. special 5.95 883l> light wool flannel suits, 510, spe 6.00 7083 striped wool crash suit, 57.50, spe 5.95 7071, 7332, 7080, three lines woolen crash and flannel suits, 56.50, special 5.00 Special discount During this sale we will make ι special dis count on all BLACK SUITS. Bovs « Suits >f 10 per cent during this sale Men's Pants 55.00 pants for 10 day 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 AAA 4.35 r, 3.35 Γ 3.00 \ 2.65 2.25 1.85 1.35 ë Sr-> s Williams Kneeland Shoes at cost. 56 pairs νια, Kangaroo, pat ent, $3.50, $4.00. $5.00 lit AT U COST.