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ψ ψ ι « ψ φ φ >1/ Φ Ψ Even if you have put off your Christmas Shopping till the last day or so, you can still find plenty of beautiful gifts here and at prices that will appeal to you. .=* .=* .=* Φ Φ Φ Φ * t 4S φ 4S * w — '.ι:· § JOE A. HARRIS, The Jeweler, | ^ South side of m I All Articles Sold Nicely Engraved FREE OF CHARGE | *·*»**«»»···*··**·«»»**♦♦» ■ ' y » LOHΤ I,« lu·· blmji pur»»· mntalu· ι ft ^ inttm niitiiMv PUnik r*him In thl· oftlc· V If . —I ■.!— .111.1 II ■■■■-.».- f ■ I. ... Λ ■ I .M» — —» TWO OK FOl'K valoir π>«·ιι f.m IC^I board »i M r» Kr Y'.. Oaimnoo·' • >u (' >il«>ift· »tr»'«i,·'Ail ln®d«-rn con vanienc** 'ïî POL'ND- Pur·* ouul*1niag utouey, r«clp«* and phjrilclui'· prescription. Owner eau ««·t *aij>« by pro*lo? property and pavl/t* 'or Ibi» uotl» · WANTED I" know wi ut roi will take for cotton rnVL'it"* k . Ad<lr»«* Ρ <> ho» ι.'' * S ► <>K ΉΑ1.Κ Brand gn Hun·» phaetou, |>*ila» lair /»>b al In* prie·» for •■ι»»' A ρ j J_y s; thl» for particular* * / "Jttpd KoR RKN I A ·ι.ιιη to'jrf πι ί^ι.Ι block Apply 1.1 Τ A k**rri« WANTKI> V-ur rlotlie» *·. tlie Patitorlum <Ί»αιι re·.«ιr/dy and uiakr clotl ··· to your ViuAaur··. Al io ladi·*· tali »rι·»i.' <'lWtn·· called for and d«li*«-red K. P».kkj*AS<>n / ,f J ΚΟΚ KKNT Sior, larKty^ront ι ■ m two block· from fir·· and elwtrlc IIRht Suilai-tof for mail and Wife 11Γ î»i' > tiSl> '.«r!i ' »ίΐ!ΓΓ :*f Wat*r and Kim atreet·. tf IK y.»u luv* not call···! ipf>d examin ai! lh» fancy w >rk &nJr mai'-rial at Woman'· Kscliantyro ·ο at one· and you will I»#· pi·** 'd A visitor one* ui«an· a friend fur all time. tf A. J. MoSKI.KY, aal**irau for "Winona" Mill» full txmiil···· Ho siery and anderwaar, old 'phoue 1ΙΙΓ». WALTER PklDKMORK — Pl'BIJC STKMMiKAI'H Κ Κ Ilia at Cri·» earned. Th· fin of KMfta Λ Hparkmau »I Crlep wm barn m gunday night Tta«r« vu no cotton in th· building mm* th· f«w Maturing bnl·· on the yard were rolled oat of raob of th· ΙΙιιβμ. Th· lo·· Il NtlatUd tt ■boat HW, Th· property w»« in tared for IMUO. Meeting of Elks. iilfht « > f the Heriev nient tft 11 < 1 Pro tective Urder of Klk». There will be an luilialion All member* i»r·· urged to be prrirnl, and vialtlng brother· h»ïf a cordial inrilatlon. J 1. MeCaitney. Κ Κ K«(fr Kennedy, Sec. WOKKN AM» JK\N Κ I.S Jewel», candy, fl'iwer». man (hut in th« order «if a ,woman'* preferen ch. Ji'Wi-l» form t magnet of Iiilgh ty power to th* »vcrage woman. Kveti tliat greatest <<l ail jewel·, health. lu i>fl«ii ruined in the etren uou » effort to mak * or itr* the mon «y t<> l>ur< t,:»»· them If u woman «III risk It*·r health t<> gel a coveted gem, then let lier fortify liereelf • i.-aliift tl>· limiduoii· cniiaequet ce» of cough*. ruld· and bronchial affec tion* l»y th# regular use of I>r Ho»· cliée a lier mur Syrup It will ar re»t <όιι·ιιι ytion promptly m it» ••arly ut as··* and tieal tlie affected lung* and bronchial tube» and drive the ilff,il discale from the avalem. It i« uot a cure-ail, but il la a cer tain cure for cougha. cold* and all bronchial trouble*. You can n«t this reliable remedy at B. W. h ear!·' Jrui, »t<'re. Priceΐκ· and TV. ( M ) A Game oi Football Arrangement» have tieen made tor a fcame of footlutll to be played Chriatinaa day on th» gridiron at Trinity l't»i»*reity. The game will be betweeir the Dalla·· heavy weight- and til» Waxahachie eleven. On the Dalla» team will be several good player», including I)r. t'hoate and Paul Milter· Kd Wicker, Rem bert Wataon and the Hurleaon boy· will be on the Waxahachie team. Revelation Imminent. A nure sien ot approaching revolt and «eriou» trouble in your ayaieui la nervouaaeaa, aleepleaaueaa, or • tomach upaet%. Klectrlc Rlttera will qalokly di^tneuiber the trouble aome cauae·* It never faila to lone the atomaeh, regulate th· Liver, and clarify the blood. Ran down : ayatema beueflt particularly and all the aaual attending achea vaniah under ita aearehlng and thorough effect!veueaa. Electric Bitter· !■ ; only 50e, and tbat ia returned If it ! dont five perfect aatiafaction. 1 Guaranteed bjr Thomaa 4 Moore, drug*i»t» ♦ · J PERSO Ν A„L S ♦ • e • * »·»»«·* W. H Oakley Içft I»Ht nltfht for Proap«ct, Twin. Κ. Vickery of Korl Worth spent J H. Payne lia* gone to Teiuple, til., tu visit re|ati\es Mich Alice Adkiaaon lias «one to Tentietaee to visit relatives Mm» Lula Roberts of Sherman w it h viaitlng I» the city today Tat Ameiior J. N. MeKlroy wu η visitor to Kort Worth today. Mm· Claudle McClevery ()eor|t«lo«li m the plient of Mrs. I aulbee Mis» Jiaiinie Dtvii, wtio !» at· tendini: school in Dallu*. ι» at hmne for the holiday». Mr». <>. B. Sim» went to Dalla» yesterday afternoon t·· \ mit her mother, Mr». S Κ. Buchanan Ν Η Myers of Midlothian left ia»t ii i κ h t for Birmingham, Ala., to »!>*·nd the heliday» with relatives. W. H James and Leui Kergufoti of Ho/ left la»t ιιικίΛ t mit rela· tiu«» at Columbia and Warmer, Tenn. · Kit her I.onig, priest in charge of th»· local Catholic congregation, 1» m the city calling on hi» parishion er·. Mrs. K. Matth· we of Dallas, who iias been \ (siting her bister, Mrs. Blatter, returned home this morn ing. Mrs. J. K. Weaker arrived last night from Kôckwall to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs, Alice Keagle. W.J. Κ aster wood and T. J. Wil bants left last night for Birming ham, Ala., to «pend Christmas with the home folks. Miss Mattie Middleton returned yesterday afternoon from Coraicaua, where ahe went to attend the wed ding of Mi·· Pearl Houaiou. Dr. A. W, Irving, whou wife is the art teacher at Trinity I'ulverai ty, arrived yeaterday morning from Kerr county to apend Chriatmaa here. Mra. Chaa. Auderaon has return ed from H ou a ton. Bhe was aceom aanied bone by bar little boy, Ο leu η T., who naa been tbere for th· paat two week a under treatment. Mr. Ν A. McMillan and wif* of Saint Louii, #.j··-r>t today in the rity, with relatives A Krigbtened Horn·*, Running like nia<t down the street dumping the occupant», or a han drail other accident·. are every day occurrence-. It behoove* every hodv to liitvH a reliable Halve handv and there's none uh k'ood as Buck lei.'s Arnica Salve Hums, Cute, Sores. Eczema and Pile», disappear quickly under its soothing effect. '&c, a' Thomas Λ Moore's drug store. At the Op*ra house We take pleasure in informing you that w·· have secured Joseph Shipman's large Sew York produc tion of "The Merchant of Venice," Shakespeare's famous comedy, for one night, Weenesday, I »··<· J.1 The co n.ianv in playing ι limited number of one night engagements en route t'l the Western cities, and we hav- been fortunate in securing this dale. The production is ι. » t »· 11 .1- I - -11. ir one of the ktr<>nue»t Shak> . ii· i»n companies leaving Ni » Y rt, and the spécial engagement < f Mr. Jo seph DeCra» as Shylock late star of "A t'tv alier of France with Ida May Park as "Portia who played " M arguent» " to |.··»ι< Morrison's ' Mephistophles'' will lJ.V·· toll 4**111 I 11 I'A <tf \ t'Ll Mf J ν chosen cast The company carries the t-ntir» scenic equipment and the manage ment have spared no pain- in elab orately costuming the play. Π is attraction ■» und· 1 the same 11 »n agement that »>> successfully toured "Puddinhead Wilson and th< •'Prisoner of Zenda" last season. As thi* will be the event of the season we trust we will have the full support aud hearty co-opera tion of our better clans of theatre patrons in making it a complete success. The date is Wednesday, Dec. Si. Yours truly, J. M. Cumby. OîUghing Spell Caused Death. "Harry Duckwoll, aged ^5 years, ehoeked to death early yesterday morning at hi· home, in the pres ence of his wife and child. He con tracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning he was seised with a fit of coughing which contin ued for tome tun·, ill· wife sent for a physician bat before be could M rire, another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from auffoca tlon.—8t. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901. Ballard'· Horahound Syrup would have aaved him. 'J5e, Sue and $1.00 at Hood and Martin·. i Cheap Buggies 4 Surreys ♦ ♦ X Having rented out the store room which * we have been using as ,i Carriage Re Î nocitorv we ire cramned for room * ♦ : For the Next 30 Days ♦ ♦ * We will save you big money on anything ♦ in the Vehicle Line. Come .ind inspect I our eleji;irv line. V) trouble t< show Î ^OOiK. ...... ! Ellis County H'd'w Co. Κ ΐ^ΰ^ ΐ?ίϊ>χ^!ξ I OPERA S HOUSE ® TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22 TtiHl beautiful Southern Κοιιιηιιγί "In Louisiana" Th« Sweetest Stor^» ever told A Story of the South, /old In Four Arte A play for the peojile. An all Star Cast Head-on-collisi«»n between two trains. Greatest sensational effect ever pro duced. Prices§0c, 75c, $1.00 Seats nowon Stile. Coming Wedueiditv Dec. iil, Shaàeepeare'· greatest comedy. The Merchant of Venice by Joseph De Grau·*. Coming Saturday, December 2R, "The LliUe Homesteader"—by W. Β Pattou. Cominκ Thursday Deceml»er 31, Gut. Sun'· Great American Mi natrel Company.