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VOLUME XII
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« Where Buying Get the .Rest j
ίφ We're ready to terre you with the beet kind· of goods. Our
> store is an early garden for yoa when all kind· of fresh vegeta
X b'·· d«»licloae berries can be obtained dailv. Oar eatables
φ) «α every line appeal· to your appetite. Thi· is a combination
that a i*reat many people can't pa·· up; that's what keeps os
so basy.
B. HINE.SS
PHONE No. 3 §
Φ
STOP
hoK f»t*.
healthful,
any other coooking medium.
etuftlnif your stomach with food made from
COTTOLENE i· purer, more
more economical than lard or
LEIGH BROTHERS
The Red Cross Flour justifies· <n.ir guaran
tee. SI.40 » sack. In fact, everything is
first-class at Wakeland's. : : : : :
: : : : : Fresh vegetables Saturday.
a J. P. WaKeland 0
South Side Grocer. ΦΦΦ Both Phones
X Millar's Creole Java 6 Mocha Coffees
ι Curacoa Coffee, Charm Java Coffee.
* Cuban Coffee·
A The I ^t c< free concern in the world, and the
A t—st. -.η,! I im the s< \c u'ont uk1 ά ant you to try it
R. J. MOORE, » West Franklin St
THE PINACLE OF
HUMAN SKILL
H a· r»ac( <*d in lb# build
in»· »l Motiu Hr<>·. Hu»'^i··»,
Huck rtio*· · ·μ1 IUbx«i, J-w
*>H Η»*<4·>η·> Su»»*·», Cold
W»** Η··ΓγΙ«»'γι»ιι'Γ», l.irfht
nltijf le» (.'rnaili Kr<»**i««rii
Waxahachie Hardware
'/*· Κ Β Ί«< AM
>* ***** * p*******mt>**Jm
W» ar* ttio Ir<» Créa»! mak'-re
of Wf**»haclii»·. ΡΊνβ Ηιιη·
■iff! sc.! Κisrhiy îSv.-' . allons
•oUi * ι ne·· Jtiinary U. It muni
b» lh· b»*l '>r w wouldn't μ·1Ι
»u tnueh. And it» oaljr a dol
lar · tt&ilou Thai » all.
THE CANDY KITCHEN
Μί* MCH01S0"» Prop
>·«··*»·»·♦ ♦ · »·♦♦♦«·»··«·

The Ice Cream Makers Î
Hutchin ν Rolling
Swin^i
Qujck^ Meal Gasoline
Stows
Quick Meal Oil Stoves
Quick Meal Ranges
Screen l)oorsand win
dows
Water Coolers, |
Ellis Co. Hardw're Co
THE DEAD ARE HONORED
Little Mounts Over Sleepa* Veteriw
Strew· wit* flowers.
Memorial Day exercise· were
held at 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon at the Main Street Christian
cbnrch under the auspices of the
Sims-Watson Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy. On
account of rain the attendance wan
lijfht and only a few of the old vet
erans were in the audience.
Special seats were reserved for the
members of Camp Winnie Davis,
the Daughters of the Confederacy
and the Duulap Rifles. The pro
gram was appropriate to the occa
sion and was composed of addresses
andmuscai numbers.
The exercises opened with the
hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee,"
sung by the audience.
The invocation was offered by
Rev. H. A. Copass.
Following a son«; bv a quartette
of ladies Prof. W. L. Acker, sup
erintendent of the city public
schools, delivered an eloquent ad
fin f.h«* enhitt/'t "MemnrUJ
Day." Prof. Acker paid fine trib
ute* to the soldiers of both armies.
The address of Prof. Acker was
followed by a sont' by a male quar
tette.
"Is It the Duty of the South to Ob
serve These Memorial Days," was
the subject of a splendid address by
Hon. J. C. Lumpkin s His address
was given close attention and re
ceived with approbation.
The list of Confederate and Fed
eral dead, who are buried in the
City Cemetery, was then re;»d by
Adjutant Ryburn of Camp Winnie
Davt*.
The reading "f the lut w ts follow
ed by the sonf, "Nod He With V"U
Till We >te*t A<aiu," imu by the
audience.
The next feature of the program
was th« conferring of crosses (1f
honor on veterans by the children s
auxiliary. Only one veteran went
forward to receive a cro»».
A prayer was offered by Kev. J
C. Smltn and after Rev Ν. (livens
had pronounced the benediction the
people adjourned to the City Ceme
tery where th« tfrav»·» <»f those who
w >r* tf e ifray and those who wore
the blue wer« strewn with a profus
ion of t! iwers
WeMiflf Near Insp.
Mr. T. L. Sullivan, a prominent
eiUieu of the Cnap connunuitj, w,»»
in the city .Saturday to procure a
marriage licen»·· f·»r hi· «un, Henry
Sullivan, and Mi·» Naomi Yowell,
daughter «if hie uetifnbor, Mr. J. M
Υ ο well. The marriage of theee
ytjiiux people was *oi«mni*ed Sun
day.
A very IntereatiuKiucident ι» cod
neeted with thia marriage. Mr.
Sullivan and Mr. Yow»»ll w>-re in
the Confederate army and at the
hattl·» ·ιί Franklin, Tenu., the latter
wan badly wounded He was taken
lot!.»· rear by Mr Sullivan wh" re
mained with in m and nuraed him
until fie bad recovered from hi*
woeud» At the cl"»e of t'ie war
they aeparaled and never met a^ain
for a period of about thirty rear·.
A few years arf Mr \ owell n.-ttl·· I
in t! « Cri», coin lUtiHy w ft· It·· y
niet and renewed t! > ir "Id time
fnetidnhip, which reunited ta η an
ion ot tlie two famille* by the r· ir*
riatfe or Mr ^ullitty »;youn,;e»t -·>n
t> tiie yountfeat daujihtei ·Ί Mr
Yowell.
Ballard» Horehouud Svru,
Immediately relieve» b^ara* eroupy
rough, oppreaaed, rattlll la»plllif
and difficult breathing. Heur- (
Mtoirii, I>ru«rifiai, ShulUburtc. Win ,
write». May -It, l.»Ol "I J .»\e bet· η
aeliitt# Baliawi'a Hore'touiul Svrup
for two yearn, and hav* utiver ! ni a
preparation that iia« . iv«n b-Uer
«atiafavtlnu I notice til at when 1
•ell a botiie they ooiu» back for
more t can hone»tl> r» ommeud
il." ifw, "ilo, II.l*i. ."Hold by Η·>>κ1
A Martia.
\*·ΐϋΙ irnui from beiki
Κ or th# accommodation of Waxa
liacbte people who attend the Saeti
i;ttrfo*i at Dalla* Wedtteaday the
t?fntrai wtU run a «perlai Irwin frotn
Walla* to Ihi» city, leaving Dalla·
attar lb· utgiit performance i he
iare for lb· rouud trip will be u
cell I·, and peraom» gotu# to |U1U»
ou th· day train· can ratum ou the
tpMHai·
l<ef«i«r 1er· »! h&lm law l
'I'll· regular term ol Juancm An·
vlataon1· court ινιιιτμμκ) thu uhhh
tug. II»·!· ar· <tuu· « number ol
«DU «at·· tut Hut ductal lu Im Irted.
A Unit·* EntertiiiaeRt.
"A Dream of the Old Country" ta
the name of the concert to be given
next Friday and Saturday afternoon
for the benefit of Cumberland Pres
byterian furnishing fund at the home
of Mr. H. Helland. The entertain
ment ia original with Misa Mueller,
who haa ao carefully drilled the
children who are to take part and a
graet deal of time and work haa
been expended for its success.
Glimpaes of Hungarian, Russian,
French and Italian life will be κίνβη
by children iti national costumes,
aome of which are from across the
waters. Saturday's matinee is spe
cially for children but the program
ia the aame.
Ad-niasion, adults 2ô cents; child
ren 15 cents.
Defeated by Trinity
The Trinity University baseball
team arrived home yesterday morn
ing 'titer playing a series of five
gamea last week at Austin and
Waco. The tour was a very suc
cessful one, the boys losing only
two of the gaines played.
The last game of the wet-k was
played at Waco Saturday afternoon
with the I'exas Christian Iniveraity
team, which resulted in a victory
for Trinity in a score of 2 to 1.
Tht Spectacle Story.
On next Friday night Prof. Geo.
A. Landrum will içive an entertain
ment at the university auditorium.
This will be a three-act comedy en
titled " The Spectacle Story," which
will not be niven for a personal
benefit, but for the· benefit of an or
•rauiiation at the university which
is in debt. The town people are
iir.red to att^n I as this prnmiaea to
be a very flue entertainment.
The i>iq Εηβγμολ
The Odd frellowa have all the ar
ranitements perfected for their ex- |
cur-ion to t:»e Widow» and Orphan#
Home at Corsicana, on tomor· :
r i* They have a epecia1 train
which will leave Waxahachi" at ·*:.'*)
a. m. aud arrive at the Home at
1 ): lu a. m. < >n return trip, this train
will leave the Home at "> p. m., and
Coraicana at ·,.Λ) p. m., reaching
Waxahachie at 7 p. in. The public
<a invited to go on thia excursion,
and parties wishing to vi<it Corsi
cana can take advantage of this
train.
Weather f orecast.
Tonight and Tuesday generally
fair; warmer Tuesdav.
I<rid*y m>«* -J ; min. ' Runfall
Saturday Sunday .Oi.
C. I) Lunuskkhk,
< Jf)Si·* ΓV <it
TO TEST ORDINANCE
Fruit Vendor Aprils to Jadge Hdwkins
oh Writ of Hebeis ( orpus.
Among the many ordinances or
dained by the city council of Wax
ahachie is oi*e which provides that
it ie unlawful for auctioneers, hawk
ers and vendors of merchandise to
ply their vocation on the public
square or streets of Waxahachie.
This ordinance, like some other or
dinances of the c'ty, has never been
very rigidly enforced. VVheu Ο. H.
Chapman was city attorney he held
to the opinion that the ordinance
was not effective for the reason that
it was in contravention to the laws
of the state.
Saturday morning E. Wiley, ,a
fruit vendor from Dalla», came to
the city and betjan peddling oranges
and bananas on the streets. He was
I arrested by a city officer on the
charge of violating the above ordi
; nance. The vendor engaged the
services of T. P. Whipple, and Sat
urday afternoon went before Re
corder Ross for a trial. A trial of
the case was gone into, but the jury
failed to auree upon a verdict and a
mistrial was entered on the docket.
The case was set for another hear
ing today, but as it was known that
Wiley's attorney would make afiirht
to test the validity of the ordinance
City Attorney Love agreed for the !
matter to be determined before again
going into a trial of the case. Trie I
matter was caken before County
Judtfe Hawkins on a writ ··f habeas
corpus. The application f>>r habeas
corpus proceeding· was prepared
this morning and wm presented to j
the court thii afternoon.
Firatin< F iley's rl > my a:ii Tar.
Foley <v Co., Chic ij»- >, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and !
lung remedy, and on account of the !
Kreat merit and popularity of
Foley's Honey and Tar many imi
tations are offered for the tfeuuiue.
Ask for Foley's Honey and I'ar ;u.d
refuse any substitute offered as no
other preparation will Kive the same ;
satisfaction. It is mildly laxative.
Π contains no opiates and ie satest
for cilhdren and delicate pers ub.
B. W. Fearis.
The ftouldtr Ihdiitauqua.
The Chautauqua session i»t Boul
der, Colorado, will he Hv-m weeks in
length tt.is year, and the quality of
the program is to be exceptionally
good. July 4th will be opening day
an usual Every evening will be
crowded with such attraction· .s
Sim P. Jones, William A Quayle.
the Chicago Glee Club, Laurai t, trie
Magician. Lou J Branch amp, and
Kosani, the Juggler. Music is to
be· one of the strongest features of
the program and some "f the v»-ry
best vocal and instrumental talent
in the country will appear.
A Thoughtful Man
M M Austin of Winchester, Ind.,
knew what to do iu the hour of need.
Hi> wife ftau such an unusual case
of stotnach and liver trouble, pby
siciaus could not ' e|;> ! «r He ,
thought of and tried Dr. King's
N^W l.ife Pills Hiil s: e _-ot relief -U
οnc· ami w is finally cured. Only
iic at riiomas Λ M >or< s irug
store.
Prof Rdynonë Injurt-fl
Prof. C.as Rayn.ond, the voung
teron »ut mi » le in ssr-'ii si ·. in
Wa\ ι n-M I fl Λ *· k« ι W ι»
seriously, :» . ! per *) - lataily. 111
jured it S it ville S iturlis aft«-r
noon \ 1 ; ι gl w 1 wa- bt >» Ί
and in ri tkn . > ι «ι·· »i .· *t«
blown a*· un si a ti l> ;·Ι: tie [ with
I » I fori 1 ■ ' · Wei k-l: I
and he was otherwise ii ui ··.» H's
friends feal that 1 »' Will re-ult
from the aft1 ivl< ·!
tlu» s I his.'
W jtfet i>m> )lus^r*U 1 sr- Hi *r·< »? >
.-·.-. of ι »i»rrb tm »m κ at ι r.-u rtn
Csisrrn > in
V S iUIM\ ΙΟ) , I f , I iM '
Ws, ttis undfcrfttgoiHl. hsw tiiv«a ·
for iM *»t rι>e >>ar*. *iui, uei < v« mi ρβιίνι-ι >
loeorn&it m nil θίΐ»ιη«>η r»u»s*.i'4«u sad "les*
ί»!1) «sis to unir> oui mu oensmou isstls »»
iboii firm
Wssi s Truss. wsoi«ssi» nrutftsts, ToMt. "
Wsttlra' kmuss Λ Wsi · S MFSetaSoSl· l>iussni>
i '»Sio
Min otiuKiun >s umii isurs«<i> seosf
ilirw»Uj Ui»>u Ihs SUkkl SStl luanvo «artea· ι lbs
ililta l'ritf·. ·W. WI ûoUlt auhl I» ». l'ru*
(i,h IVniiiSiSu·· » rri't
4*r lu . . Γι U rnr ItiS » ,1
if Ν KtMiH·) Hurt
Μι· \ i K»iHim< wii i ι » be
stay ins at lbs mm* of t ι \V ii
Kldd, lie »i lite city * njiu liui· sas
paiufuii> hurt thi» utuuuuf Hl»«
lu»,I f\'li.«n III 4 l<Ug{V t» CKUie to
(•••ii wt.eii 111· I Iioism twain, ft 1/lit
fusd and sian ii" luii awa> Mrs
h odd 111* «a· till··»» >>Ul of tits « β ι
.Ίβ and sustaiuwd s»»«iai ι aiuiut
itruis»» It is lliuughl ou· tus» «a·
«411 aiusU
Eastman
KodaKs
And Kodak Supplie^
Λ full line fur develop
ing and fini^hin^. ....
Κ >d ik- η 51.(Mi, 52.00.
>5.00. >8.0 . 510.0" ind
515.00 each. ....
Kodak developing ma
. hincs, thr machine that
does away with dark
[ rooms and all the com
plications of Amateur
work it 52.00. 56.0·'' md ι
i |7.50eich.
Citil ^'U'- free tor the
as kin^. . . .
! HERRING
Drug
Company
FOR SALE
ll«r»!UUln· Mlill t'Jûiil ·, Λ 4
it>«eu Iôc m i|»a«w i'u)
XUI «lui .\U«llH4ullier*· 4.K I» .!«>·
«U, Tube Η·>·» bulb·. l>«i
r«l«Utuut·. I'larauu mud Hu»t»u
Kt-rn», UrK« nu a munit M «uteu Η «ι ι
!·*>(<>·, h uolil4» *ua CtiryiwiU)·'
IUUUI». s ι ;
Mrs. Bird Korrtii
kM Μ"»'»· Nrt* iioy
Faultless taste
and versatile marks
this spring collection of
mens goods. Our buy·
I er bestowed much
ί thought and energy upon
gathering the little fads
! of fancy which the man
who "would not be as
other men are," delights
in, and as well as the
things ordinary to all
men. To see is to know.
Profuse detail or attempt- :
ed description would'"
tend rather to confuse.
Let what follows simply
suggest a visit : . . .
Manhattan and Cluett
shirts 51.00 to $3.00. . .
American Hosiery Co.
and Knitting Mills under
wear $1.00 t $4.00 a
suit
Neckwear, h<><! ry. sus
penders, collars and
handkerchiefs in al! the
new styles
MATTHEWS BROS
Tell the Truth Clothiers
s an euro!led member of ο ΚΚ«·!. I AH
or .elepnone user- . lis
posai h place rhe compreh· · ene^s -)«*
'em operated by this l'on . ·* η Τ· \.ts
arwl Arkansas, compris οχ ' ■ * mile* of
copper metaJie circuit·· h** r ng cor»
net",ion?· λ ι h upward* of ·*« c.if~ and
lûwn* Jtnii 7ii.·** - ■'·-£?'?ντ- η %e tv.G
-:at«'- and wtth ; mg df s tant·» τ reach
ing far distant point :iir< ttie
country.
JOIN THE ARMY
I
"McManus"
For
Buggies
of course
When veil think of ι
.rood Iherv v< ι naturally
think t . . . .
Moslems
I
I ijotxl livery
\nv ν iut ι . ii.: ycu
w int -tin inv kind of
t<> be had here. I
MTHK
FKR.FECT
SYSTEM"
CONDEMOSLEY

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