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Solid Leather School Shoes Warranted to give the wear These shoes are made of the very best kid leather with Rock Oak soles." They come in the blucher cut with single and double soles, either for dress or school wear, worth $1.75. Our price $1.50 : i Walker's Shoe ▼ I Î ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦·♦♦♦♦♦♦ EAST SIDE SQUARE THE DAILY LIGHT Published Daily Except Sunday by ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING CO Paid-up Capital 920,000.00 Entered at the Wax.ahachie post office as mail matter of the second class :::::::: R. D. HUDSON President «0. W. KKNT V ice>-President VV. 3. BU1K. . Sfrrrtery-Treasurfr Η I Β SCKI Ρ Τ 1 Ο X It Α Τ Κ S Οΐιβ Month ... $ 50 Six Months, in Advance . 2.7 5 One Year, in Advanc# . . . . 5.00 W. A. OWXBV . City Kditor HOMKI.V I'HIIjOSOI'HY. Gorgon Graham No man really knows an> thing about women except a widower, and he forgets it when he gets ready to marry again. And no woman r<>ally rinows anything about men except a widow, arid she's got to forget it before she's willing to marry again The best woman in the world will begin trying out a man before she's »een married to him twenty four hours, and unless ha can -unile over the top of a four flush and raise the jnte she's going to rake in the •reeehes and keep them There's only two jobs for a man η his on η house -one s boss and the other'., office bov and a fellow naturally falN nto 'he one for which ne's filter! If there's one thing in the world about which it's possible to get all be fact-, l! - l ia'iimoij.N l'art of 'hem are right :n the hous*· where ου were born, and the neighbors A;ni' t he ί t Don t j ou e\ei forget that it's a • i,i · ,»·«! .· ! ■ ; Κι eep · ;ί η front of an electrit fan than a cook «-love and thiit >i>u can't subject the ι»·» tentpei in the λ m id to "<> d< jcre»-s Κ without « arming it up a wit And don't com add to your η ife - troulil· hj i\,ng how n»u'h i.ettei ou «ouid do . I it --'and par and thank th- IajiI ο ve sot a ■nap \ «011MHU tan find fun froui the • ».i •':»·ηι Ό the I r rte . i>f lit·· <jv»ti • orne but give her 1 lict*a«· to gad ι he greets and a bun· ft of maiine· itcketv ind -he'll find di^onteut J'bete ι. * a> s >11 idle woman or ■ h nil· mau it) •·>»·Γ> divorte ι aile When a man tarn* the bread tu I.· wi'&t o< hi* bro« it rixht that h<· HOD: IB -I"'ild |M*r<>plrt ι baking It < Il <l I ρ Ν <<>>.'>ait for a «aeon load <il ant • m » it H I MiMtr i Hon a »■ THE NEW OFFICERS. Bonds Approved and Oath of Office Administered Today. New faces are now to be seen in some of the offices at the temple of justice. AH bonds were approved today by the commissioners and the oath of office was administered to the new officials by County .Judge Hawkins. For the past two or three days those officers who were retiring from the county's service have been busy packing up their private books and papers, preparatory to moving out to I day. j The only changes made in the of ficial family this year were in the offices of collector .treasurer, coun ty superintendent and county at torney. The others were re-elected ; to serve two more years. In the collector's office Billie ; Bratcher is succeeded by S W. Spencer, who has been a deputy in j the office several years. Mr Spen cer has announced the appointment ,of Mr. Bratcher as his office deputy Jas. T. Brooks succeeds Krnest I) Criddle us superintendent of public ι iust rut tion Capt A B. Mc Knight, who retires from the county treasurer's office, is followed by Col H F Marchbanks ■ of Knnis Bowd Farrar is succeeded as i county attorne\ by Mark Smith Mr. Smith has announced as his assist ants in the prosecution of criminals ih· following well known members of the bar Hon W. H Fears and Clyde F Winn, office· assistants and C. A Pippin to represent the coun ty's interests at Knnis. <» (j i'ier son a sjstan under Mr. Farrar. has been retained by Mr Smith for aj ]m :od of fifteen day it the expira- ' lion of which time the pre-.-nt term of district court will end Without a single exception all of tin- I'uim: office: have performed theii il ni. s efflc leuth and faithfully A I'hvsician Healed. l)i 0··ί. Kwmj», a practicinif phy sician of Smith's UrovM, Κ y., fori over thirty year·, write» in» per sonal ex j erience with Foley's Kid- ι ney ( lire; " Κι ι yware 1 had been ι it uhled with Kulney aud bladder | trouble and "tilaiged prostate gland 1 un· tl everything known to the pro ff-H»i «η without relief, until I com menced to use Foley's Κ nine·* ' Cure. After taking thre* bottles I w»h «ntirelv relieved and cured. I prescribe it now daily in my prac tic* and heartily recommend it· use · t · all physicians for nuch trouble* I ha*« prescribed u in husdred* of r«»'« with perfect success." Hold: by Η W.Kenris. DAILY MAHKKT RKFOKT 1 I UM»«»tn-«l 'if l'ai II W Ι|»«·»ι Λ I 11 t>f il» lit· < ..il·.u Κ*· lunxr \· m V .irk ι ·>«ι·»η <>ι»η ·1 l'iuh ! Dm » βι ι :»β un ft «« tUrrh » MO » 71 M*r ... ..... .. ft »J ft to Ν. w ·>»Ι« .«η» I ι4Ι<·« Ι>*~ > Η * 42 inn , , ί Si » ie Mai' It ft.Tl Mm » *«· · »? j V» .nail*· tu» M«Hrt Middlinc Col I ο» « \ W hr»l I »«» . 1 ··% I Μ>· . .. Iim I β· ι ΙιΧ«4Τ· < .«re Om . . ♦* «% «* «&% ♦- «* i*\ Z*% mm a: . u I Hiiafu ι tela ΙΛΚ- . . . . 1·\ I* «% I TV» w»r tel·**· Awrxut u4 T«rfe»y A*a 4eri*r»-4 u4 ·» •AAf AJBOTtOM *ol«Ai«*r· u4 «ill f«r«Mt tk« l»rt«r u4 τΑ» Me Igfct · 121 I«u >Ια*» Κ 1 Moor· « te *· WORMS ·*♦ ·*-%# M» *» > ·«k • ·»-«# U « « · « fc* .' · * * t ··«»#·%· I i«t ·β Κ* ·*< *«-Ί »·*· ι·* "*ι ι» ι<· - - ·· IË Ν»·»* #.->*♦··%, * , ♦« .. M . .If J· »·■·■** 1 β ■ * < ·** ·■, « / f"« ' ·' · · · à ·- · . . | ·* ·'* *4 ·.«**· ■ ■-* » . . ·■»··*»·.* Γ1|||Ι>Η w* f ϋ f*»t ι *t **·»*<?* m f. PULPIT AND PEW. Whw Religion* SfnifM Will Be Held in the Gttjr Toniomiw MethodlKt Oiurch. On account of the auditorium of the Park school building not being seated there will be no Sunday School tomorrow First ['rcsbjlfrton Church. Sunday School at 9:45 a m. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. J. N. IVY, Pastor. St. Paul's Kpiscopal Church. Rev. W. D. Christian, priest in charge, will hold services at St. Paul's Episcopal church tomorrow at 11 a m., and at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 a m. The Holy Commis sion will be administered in the morning. All cordially invited. Baptist Church. Sunday School 9:30 a m Preach ing at 11 by the pastor. Subject: "The Inspiration of ihe Bible." B. Υ P. Γ. at 6:30 A Junior aud senior meeting will be organized. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Subject: "Alone with Jesus." ( 'uinlH*rland Presbyterian. Sunday School 9 45. Preaching 11. Subject: "Forsaking an Ideal Senior Kndeavor 6:30 ρ ni Preach ing 7.30. Subject "Misdirected Energy." or "A Fool Among the Philistines." Our Methodist breth ren and friends who were so unfor tunate as to lose their church build ing by fire recently are cordially invited to participate with us in our services until they can establish for themselves a place for worship Main Street Christian Church. The subject of the sermon at !he Main Street Christian church to morrow morning will be "Even the Apostles only Human Beings Such as We " It is hoped that every member of the congregation will make a special effort to be pri ent at the morning service All cor dially invited to worship with us. Strangers will be welcomed We shall be glad to have our Mehodist brethren with u>- Sunday School at ii 30 a. m. CHALMERS McPHERSON Minint-r. Cured Cotmiui[ lion. Mrs. 1$. W. Evau* Clearwater. Kan., writes: "My husband lay sick for three months. Hie doctor» said 111 at he had quick consumât i< n. We procured a bottle of Ballard's H->re houud Hyrup, and it cured him. That was six years ago Since then we have always kept a bottle in ti e tioust*. We c iii uot do with iut it. For c 'Uiihe and colds it has no equal " ^όο,Γιϋβ,ΙΙ. Hood A Mariin. Trinity ' nlvrrnity \< t« - Mi Lear> of M. I ford was \ siting his daughter. Miss Vllie aud the i'ni wrsii > Wednesday We were \rr\ glad to hav·· t>ι ("ι I' Stoker visit us Thursda.v Dr. Stoker is recuperating from a spell of fevi ι and will start for New York j fit> as sfwin as lie is K'.ifllcier.tly re- | rove t-d. to enter .i medical hool (ii andma Hornbeak. who lias been tjuite ilck at the home of Di S 1. 11»ι nil· sufficient 1 ν >*iovei«-d ι ο siart for her home at Teiiuacitua today Mrs (»eo Λ l-audium It-It \ ester da> for a two visit with 1er father and mother at «'eltna. Texas This »«-ek vk»f the beginning or th« -.··< .»iid quarter of ihe fall term and quarterl* grades will be s«.nt in ihe parents of out students The body <«f the -.indent* and the quallt) of the wors done are \er> encouraKlng '<· 'ho-·· in rhaige J)r Λ Κ Turnei returned last evening from St Iaïuis and Pitta tiurii. l'a \t the Jatter plaie he at tended tlie l'an l'r e»byleri*o Kte< u l»e Commlsalon Mis inothei · ame with h ι in a* far as Sulphur .Spring» «her·» >he «ill sp«nd a month «lib her brother F Κ ><eott B»«j twfore roiulnK Ό W«iaha<hl·· The friand- and Mtrnni >I Trinity • ill l»e pleased tt> know thai tbe Te*·* S<hool tournai demoted nearly «ne |>ai* ol Its November number to • tnugrtpliirtl > à et r h ot P'e*»dent Τ imr( \ (ink) ι it ni 'be i>r*«idem *· mm pa η n»4 the -aetcb Dr S I. lltiniNali will il»ll>»r m «MÎtKat '«Mal *ddrrs« at Iknf» U» night It»·*. Κλ«·- «μ Η « r < Il H Dail»· *>a «al·· lut nuimiii -•Ian rtf Se»·®!··» .» lia'» Il 1· Limit Mfl» Il M· Kina·? - On ■·>· v·. *· aa4 îs Mai· S: .« ι iin.t No. :: WVo Ο* «ϋ· Vor 27 1· D» • u4 S Rat· · ; I" -tmtl fïar II Dailw Oa *■.· Χ*»* 2* «M Dw ! Rat· «1 ·4 La·)* 'C· «a* fro* iata mt «ai· Hmw Oa aala Va» tt *«4 >· Rat· I« tt Lu»* De* 7 Marafr*.. Oa aala Dar S« kU 27 ' Rat· |S M Da* 2· Bank Deposits Ιο Ellin County. From th« published statements of the ten national bank· of this county m made to the comptroller at tbe close of business on November 10 we have made tbe following compu lation showing amount of money on deposit at that date. The statements are given for the town» in which there are national banks, and not for) each bank : Waxahacbie National Ranks 11.326,907.55! Knnis National Banks 009.998.53 Italy National Banks 291,850.77 I Ferris National Banks 232,023.63 Total S2.710.S30 4S ! In addition to these banks there arc private banks at Palmer. Midlo thian. Maypearl, Forreston, Milford and Red Oak and three private banks in this city, the deposits of which j are not required to be made public. A reasonable estimate of their do- j posits would be half a million dol lars. which added to the deposits of the national banks would give Ellis county people bank deposits aggre gating $3,200,000 There is yet a vast amount of cotton to be sold, which if disposed of before January first will run the deposits of the various banks of the county up to the four million mark Wanted To phone in their orders for fat turkeys and sich like (for Thanksgiv ing) to Ft. .Γ Moore & Son 9S A Card. This I· to eertifyjthat all druggists are authorized to refund your mon ey if Foley's Honey and Tar fails -o cure your congh or cold It «tops the cough and heals the lungs- Pre vents pneumonia aud will cure in cipient consumption, Ask for Koleys Honey and Tar and insist on having it. Stops the cough aud heals the lunxs. Sold by B. W. Fearis ROUTINE WORK. Member» of the Congre»· Attended « Bull Fight at Juar«z. El Pa «ο, Nov. 18. Another day of routine work In the various section* marked th»· session* of the National Intuition congress Thursday. Ne* XI· xleo .iii 1 Tt-iai del-n.iiw met to gctht to <!►-· ί·1<· on ;<n imicable pet ■ tlenutit of th" guest lou of a dam fos terfing u iteitt to reclaim the valley on both sides of the Rio Oruiilt. This Ui.ittet h i.-, been In . ongie-s and th» courts for year». Among the mlurp»*? uuji that "f Hei l» rt Myri· k editor of Iht- Ameri can * κι I· uitui 1st Engineers of th·* geoiogkal survey beaid I· ■ L'.moin who pleaded for th< ap|»rov il of th» loua Irrigation ea terfir tee* Th. ■ on vent lun .adjourned .it no«»n to iilow it»»· del»-»: it»» to * itnes* a bull fight it JuaH'i M·-t. T' x.i- Xev* Mexko and .Mexico rwv CUplcd the 111 en t II» Il ».f the delegate* In their light over a dun ator.ng the flood » ι(··!μ ·>Γ th* R)i> tir.ind·' Τ· *·ι» ur 'J \|. χι· ·. i.1 ν i« .it. d he ..t, *t r u' t ι.· c-f «a d >( I.! 1*. .fid guv»-· liment 61- »"·«· Clllti' « * 3 AHK U» »«*· ΤΛ.1Α riK .'Ρ II n\ +'\ I hr 'f tV#W Mrn... fut ,i 'UtA κ! Ι'Ι·|ι(ιιη( llulle Ttif Hull» >l)r οί· * >' » ·* | ■ I u l»)t ' *■ nl'ltnvll ·"' m». fît» w» il··» «III wrv» lit r* 11*111 I »·> ft·* Dr|M I.f Ul>4 In V'« Mt il ■· !>■«< «ni Mrtl <· ..>«>*» «i. Mr·urnl Kl 1>«» Al * r«<«|Nlaii TtiurMUr «M *<J df'··»· »»r» IflltrfMl b| ιΙντΜτη») (*W»I ·θ4 Pmlitnil l*Uik ··! »!*· Nu ll· iMtl Irrliratll .r» uaultll·» Th» >>tnitiilt.« on rnl or gtu.it . .. imirwiuM Ihil ' '.· f tut irig ·»Λ »ι· ta» »in f»» ·|ι» »»\ ntlh( mu l'rMMint 1*>μι.λ < ln> j Γ PmdM »f ' «Jllu·' ι· ·*»>« *1 · (»»« Mmt Julfr I. 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Ο. ? ■■■■« « ι CoimectiuK *uh Mi· Kaunas· Sunset Limited* on tt r. Southern Pacific, fi r S-w Orl»an· and the Ka»t. trry <£ ιηχ lullman Obaervatiou », Km·» Chair turn no ! Stand W .«id L'iuiii*,' <'»»r· Τ J ANDKHHON, JOH hrllkn <Ι·β. Pu»» Atreist Α » » Ο» η. ta## Agflit Houston, To κ an ..M·,·.,.*:»,·..,.; GtweMa® I FARM LANDS M ALONG THE DENVER ROAD" IN NORTHWEST TEXAS (THE PANHANDLE) ^ At* Mivan. lrtK i: «%lu· at rat· of X \>+t rmt («r aman Do You Know of Any Equal Investment Aimi aaaiatanc* may b* <»f (r»*l *alu· aeeantt* • ha* yrm u»<d of «lib, aa regard· *ith*r AgrtrnMarai Pr«»p*rtl·· or Mwasnaaa >pi<t>rtai>lii·· and will rati m th lay, why not »m aal Ur»p ua · (»>*tai A. A. GLI3SON. G«n. Pass. Agent. Hurt Worth, Texas.