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Nice to use iti the hoaM and they're just as con venient as can he w Ρ have then ι in green, red, drab and black, price 1.25 1.50 Crow Bros The Shoers I 15 CENTS Connections to Ennis, Boyce, Gar rett, Ike, Palmer, Trumbull and Ferris. frompt, perfect service. All lines aietallie circuit. Long Distance Telephone. Business Phone £i.(X! a month Residence Phone $·_'.(*) :» ntontl No partv lines. Ellis Co. Independent Telephone Company. Notice ow is your time t >urJ"êr obby suits, skirtjy'and vvraps. Call at Woman's Ex change afid exam in ■ ι full >ine of samples. / . . . Mrs. Κ. I. Monica, Aiçent for R. Η Jjfra.vdon Mnrcan· tile Oo., Xfw York fc/y. „ Hu Ib« t>e<n eonrse or «.ad» J? uior· euceewfui fr»du»les »o< Λ morr r»'!« from *i us! r e » bftn«« for our nuideut* K»erj trr*ilu«l« V for lb· J»"· Ϊ0 je»rs »i work Vol Ml*IO|, MWrfie Τ Ρ PRttlli. PrcvJdcnt TENNESSEE BAR3EP. SMO? Ι'ιι<1·-Γ fie» (nail excluent λ·>1?«·1ι s your eu κίοιιι tfoufh Sid« Square, OI<J St:»n') Jay H&ll, Prop SNAP-SHOTS AT THE NEWS ( daily havpksinos or thk $ CITS BRIEFLY TOLD ♦ ♦ • ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ««♦«»«· W. Rockett has been sick two ! or three days at his home in West. One more week. "Pnone Hood A Martin for tuning and repairing ! pianos by F. Wilkins. 9ii Look up our ad. wheji in need of] any feed of any kinb. We have it. J. T. Williams A tf i Xote the new ads. in the wart column today. It will pay yon to keep your eye on the want column. Alonzo Moseiey has charge of the | office at the Holers hotel thi< week on acconnt of the slight illness of the proprietor, Mr. W. S. Smith. Constable vV. A. Hodge, who hat I been in ill health several months, ! has been confined to his bed several days and his condition is said to he serions. The Cumberland Presbyterian Furnishing Society will give a birth day dinner tomorrow ' Wednesday) at the residence of Mrs. Dave Bul lard. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all members of the church and to the friends of the church. S F* Thompson of Boyce was in Saturday to settle f « » r his weekly. Mr. Thompson said that with :» «ood cotton crop and the staple rpIIîiiiî at ten c<=nts per pout d a man should certainly pay for the papers he reads George Kossoti of Milfordbrought ' i* daughter. Miss Lena, to Waxa hachie yesterday to have lier under go an operation for ear trouble. The operation was successfully perform ed by Dr. Leonard Keplinger. Mr. R'issou and daughter w- re accom ; anied by I>r. Pickett and Miss Kffle Rosgon, daughter if John Rosson. P. K. Beall, a t alf brother to Con gressman J A. Beall, i- here from St I.oui* to spend a few days with relatives and friends. Mr. Beall i« the eldest soil of t!;.· late !Rict a· i Heall and was reared in Ellis county in a:i early day when there were few white families in the county. For several years Mr. Beall has been a successful traveling salesman. Last night just before Frank Wallace, cotton clerk at the Central depot, reached home he "spied what he thought was somebody's pet cat climbing a tree near the sidewalk. Frank couldn't resis; the tempta tion to poke t!ie cute little feline will) his umbrella, and now lie wishes he hadn't. He has no fur ther lise (Of the suit of clothM ! · was wearit ,r. and it i« -al l that I.is wife refused to let him sleep in the house last nulit. J L Lane of Midlothian and Jus tice of the Peace Haskins of Bed <>ak are niu-ini and came;from Cof fee county, Tenn. Yesterday they were in Waxahachie and by acci dent met in this ofllce, this being the first time they had seen each other for several years. While talking over <ÎTd times they agreed to go back to their native state during the Christn is holiday s and visit their relatives and friends. Mr. Lane's mother still lives and Mr. Haskins ha-, several brother* and sisters t here. A Rl'NAWAY BICYCLE. Terminated with an ugly cut on t| le^r of .1 B. Orner, Franklin (;r«'· e, li, It cev^loped a stubborn : le·-: unyielding n> doctors and rem edi * for four year» Then Buck leh's Arnica Salve cured. It's just >>i .'un t tor burns, scalds, skin eru:> ti· ii« and piles - " at Thomas Λ Moore's dr ig st« 'e ATTRACTIVE MILLINERY 25 Per Cent Reduction -on ι*. Iu<i r'"' (II ;»·, β·ΐ"ίβ. Pattern Hata and all ■ w Y or Κ Jterns I H h BEST ν a lues 'ftered this ^ea " s«>n. and they are >;oinii to move, iur prices are cut s</ low that thev can't stay.... i LEADER AHACHIE. TEXAS Very Necessary In every household it is very necessary to have on hand a good .... Hot Water Bottle There's no doubt that it beats the old fashioned hot brick or hot iron as a foot warmer, or as a means of applying heat in sickness. Every fam ily should have from one to half a dozen We have them at prices from 75c to $1.00. . . HOOD & MARTIN PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Boih Phones - - - - .No 84 Verdict for Plaintiff. The jury in the suit of Mrs. Mag gie Partaiu against the Houston A Texas Central Railroad Company finally reached an agreement yes terday afternoon about five o'clock. The jury's verdict was in favor of the plaintiff, she belnii awarded a judgment fur damage* in the sum of £750. Suii was brought to recov er damages in the sum of f.'iJ.DOti. Elks Social Session. I'he K. 1» (>.!·; I I 1_-e Ν'.'"it) will tiive a social >■ ssiou next Thursday cTa&ing, N"v. 12. All Klks isd t! -ir families are cordially i ivited to attend. C<>M μ ιττ» t.. To Cure a Cold in one Day Ί ake Laxative Hrotno Quinine ι Tablets. All druzirists refund the' money if it fails to curt·. E. \V. I Grove's signature is on «-acli box. 25c. A Successful Year. Kev. J. (_». Putlliau, pastor of the First Methodist church, will lea\ e tonight for Fort Worth t<> attend the annual meeting of the North· west Texas conference. 1 ndei the pastorate of Rev. Putman the church in Waxabachie has enjoyed a successful year. The preacher's ! salary and all other assessment·» hav»- been paid in full, and in some departments there was an excess in collection·. Kev. Putman goes pre pared to make a most excellent re port as to conditions <»f his church. NOT SICK A DA1* SINCF. "1 waa taken severely sick with kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines, none of which relieved me. One day I saw· an ad. of your Electric Hitters an i determined to try that. After taking a few dotes I felt relieved, and soon thereafter was entirely cured, and have not seen a sick day since. Neighbor· of mine have been cured of rheuma tism, neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles and general debility." This ι* what B. F. Mass, of Fre mont, N. C., writes. Only ."«Οι-, at Thomas Moore, druggists. Notice Firemen. The regular meeting of the Κ. Α. I Davis Hook and Ladder company has been changed from t'.e s·· *ond Tuesday night to the second Wedi»»··- ι day night lu each month- All fire men of tTie Waxahachie Kire Depart ment are requested to bn on hand tomorrow night. A Royal Buck Smoker will be given by the R. A. Davie Hook and Ladder company. A pressing invitation is extended to all "old firemen" >>f the Waxahachie Fire Department Will Hancock, Pres. R. T. Yocng, Secretary. WORM DESTROYER. White'· Cream Vermifuge, not only kills worms, but removes the mucus and slime, in which they build their nest*; it brings, and quickly, a healthy condition of the 'tody, %«4)ere wyrms caunot exist, be at Hood Λ Martin's. Wise-Backus. Lust Wednesday afternoon Attor ney W. L. Wise of this city was united In marriage to Miss Louise Hackus at Fort Wortb. Mr. and Mrs. Wise arrived In Waxahachie yesterday momiusr and are now at home to their friends on Kauf man street. Mr. Wise is an Ellis county boy, beinff reared In the Mountain Peak country. He is a highly esteemed and deserving young man and was recently granted license to practice law. The bride is a moat attractive young lady audhas a host of friends and admirers. Coal and Peed Stuffs. Telephone the Sleeper drain Co. for fancy lu^> fiJcAllater coal and all kinds of teed stuff·. Delivered to any part of the city. tf T. H. Harbin was in Ennis today. Ed Hudson spent the day in Dal las. H. H. Shaw of Ennie was ia the city today. E. S. Campbell was a passenger to Hillsboro this morning. H. N. Peters left this morning on a business trip to South McAllister, I. T. Miss Jewell Files of Itasca is the iru-st of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cunning ham Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 'Templeton spent Sunday In Dallas with rela tives. Miss Brevard Templeton has re-j turned from Ennis where she visit ed Miss Vashti House. I. M. Williams of the Texas Mort gage Hanking Company, was a business visitor to Boyc© City ! this morning. J. F. Steele of Italy, who called at this office Monday to pay for hie weekly «aid he had 25 or W fine jacks, most of them being raised on his farm. Drs. H. O. Stacy, \V. F. West, W. Simpson and T. W. Florer went to Enuis this morning to at tend the monthly meeting of the Kllis County Medical Society. Dr. Satterfleld from Tennessee, is here visiting tiis sister, Mrs. T. B. Williams and brothers at Nash. Tliih is Dr Satterfield's first visit to T»-x;»s and h<* is well pleased with his trip. Dr and NT re. Κ. E. Folk aud daughter. Miss Annie White, .if Nashville, Tenn., are guests « » f t fie family Capt. M. T. Pat tick. Dr. Folk ι* editor of the Baptist and Reflect.'r ami came t<> Dallas to at tend tlie Baptist convention. He i* a brother tof ircuit Att >rney Joseph W Folk, ι : >t Louis. A Profitable Habit... —and a habit that près- j ages "the making of the ♦ man"—Is the savings ♦ h ibit. Î ♦ Better deposit a portion ♦ ; >>t your earnings with us. $ $1.00 will start an ac- ♦ v.»unt. · ♦ We pay 4 per cent on ♦ savings accounts, com- ♦ pounded semi-annually. ♦ Western Bank £ TruslCo YVaxahachie, Texa> SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH Jusl Breathe Hyomei Four Times a Day and Be Cured. If » few year· ago *ouie one had *;tiJ you can cure catarrh by breath ing uir charged with a healing bal· • ail), the idea would have been ridi culed and it remained for that emi nent investigator. H. T. Booth, to discover in Hyouiet Hit· method of care. Hyomei ha* performed almoat mi raculoui cures of catarrh and ι· to day recognized by leading members of the medical t>rof»-**ioti as the only advertised remely that can be relied upon to do ju»t what it claim*. The c miplete outfit of Hyou:ei coat· but #1.00 and cousists of an inhaler, a medicine dropper and a bottle of H y omet. Breathe Hyomei through the in haler for a few minute* four tlmea a day and it will cure the worn case of catarrh. It soothe· and heal· the mucous membrane of the air pas sages, prevent· irritatiou, and ef fect· a complete and laaliug cure. In Waxahachie there are acorea of weii known people who «ay they have been cured of catarrh by Hyo mei. If it doe· not cure you, Hood aud Martin will return the money yoa paid for Hyomei. Thi« i· the strongest evidence that can be of fered a· to their faith in the remedy. Bit toal Strike Miner· iu Colorado are out on a atrike. 1 have received more than J50U too· from these mine· thl· year. Thia mean· a diversion of order· to McAllster coal field·, whioh mean· I^Jgher price coal. D. H. Thompson. 90 A want ad will bring the desired result·. STS£*4t0 V.flLQg.ini llltjfe ftimint rn«| ΙΝΠ mV 9I1BWIH BAKING WSWMR Improves th· flavor and adds te the hoalthfulness of th· food. PRICK BAKING POWOIA CO. CHICAGO I» NaT! Constable Johnson, of Rice, Na varro county, wa· In the city thi· morning on official business. Mr. Johnson «aid crop condition· in hi· part of the eonnty *ere fairly Rood, but in the «onthern part of the coon tv the cotton was totally destroyed by the boll weevils. He said he made a trip through fhat section of the connty a few- days asro and aaw thousands of acres that will not make one hundred pounds to the the acre. The farmers were turning the land and making preparations to sow grain. I Beautiful Clear Skies. * Herbin· exerts a direct influence !on the bowels, liver anl kidneys, parifying and stremftbiiig these or gans, and maintaining them in a normal condition of health: thus re moving a common cause of yellow, moth, jrreasv *fcln and more or less of pimple;, blotches and blackhead·. .">0c at Hood A Martin's. Ellis County Maps Texas Mortgage Banking Co. has just received their New Map of Ellis County from the lithographers. It is com plete in every detail, showing the location of all the Towns, Postoffices. School Hous es, Public Roads, Railroads. Creeks, Bridges, Commissioners. Justice and Vot ing Precincts, lite. C ill and see therfi. Pri;e $2.50 each - Texas Mortgage Banking Co Waxahachie, Texa· FURNITURE New Fuoifure inJ S ν «nd-Hand Furniture 'Γι Hi·» Peopl· <>f hiii Fllia County: 1 d»»ir«· to r*Il y<mr attention fact that I carry in ettK-k « complet· «nJ full line <>f Kin* holts, Flu* Rocker». Kin* Ctillimlvr·, Cln* Kltkbotrdt, til braiid ;.·>· at.J }<ih: fr..n tt,* fικ-tory. wt l«'W-»t po*elbl· pMe·· All th»t I »»k ι» ti it v »n r»U »nJ Iniprct tny Imin'fi»·* Mock and »·-»· f.ir y>ur»*'lf. It you η·*Ί mythlog In tl*·» H*fv»u<l-Hand llti· I run furninl you nt prie·"» that will unijut·»tl<>nably suit > ·ιιγ pork· ftftook All kiad· of i;»·* Furniture from t·· it>· fln«»»t. J. IV. KING The 3 Blue Fronts—120-132-124 N. College Street W esson CooKing Oil Til·.· finest pr·-duct < î w t r ' : rs' nt .... l*l V. TRIP PELT'S "The Texas Road" "Look at the Figures' lilt WerM's Fsir. St Lorn*. 1ΉΜ Will coser twflvt· hundred t»cr*s of land, having thi«*« hundred «ere· of exhibit npaee, and will cost over forty million· of dollar* St. Louis is r»Mh*d directly from T*x *s by the 1. A t«. Ν Iron Mountain lln·*·. Miles, Minutes, Money Saved between Texas and St. Louis, via the I. t. G. N. The 'True St.Louis World's Fair Line' |11 B iM nhoriMt. & hr» Κ il nuls* qa'ckeit 10V mil»·. >h«n««t, 4 ten 7 dilute, quu-.rtt Houston to St. Louis San Antonio to St. Louis l"«j mil*» «kert«»t, u art }7 talnutes qalcksat 1<W all·* ahortaal, I art U amulet quickest Galveston to St. Louis Austin to St. Louis Equally a· ljuick to all Eastern Cities through 8t. Lout·. Excellent dining car service ail the way—all the time The Greatest Exposition alike Age Will open at St. Loula tu May, 11JU4, to coiumemorate the ceuteunial of the great Loulaiana Territory Pur chase by the Γ lilted States from France. St. Louis it reached directly from Texas by the I. Α Ο. N.—Iron Mountain Line·. "The Texas Road" International A Ureal Northern Kailroad L. TRICE. 2nd Vice-Pre·. A Gen. M'g'r D. J. PRICE, General Pass. A Ticket Agent II >· !