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« · * - for. tiff new home; afitî a _ splendid assortment from which to'make a choice. We can furnish from i φ kitcHeA to parlor at prices that will prove that you φ can get more pieces than you'd really expect for the ♦ φ outlay. Isn't this worth coming here to figure for? ♦ ♦ Every statement we make is bona tide and can be ♦ explicitly depended upon. KEMBLE BROTHERS. Furniture Dealers and Undertakers. Are Your | Breakfast Biscuits So tasteless ami uninvit ing that it almost re uuires a prescription to get them eaten? ' Use Mcxiem Milling and ν ! Manufacturing Co's . . £ * FLOUR I ♦ ♦ ♦ And your baking will be ♦ a satisfaction and your J breakfasts a delight. . . Ask your Grocer for it. The flour that's sterilized by electricity M. M Mfg Co ♦ Men's Sum* mer Hose Snug and Trim. We have them in drop stitch, plain black and all the popular tancies, and are offering our en tire line at 3 very - great re duction in price. Come see. It's a saving. in i mcWHOBTEB Snappy Styles In Fall Suitings. We Ï, have an exceptiona'- ; ! ly choice line of J|j samples from the jf world's best known <;! weavers for the Fali J! suits and trouser- J [I ings ;:j Look them o\er. . · J! i > THEE EARLEYi Th·· Ιλιπκ i)wtkt)> > rvlrphUM* iltfiii .if 'hi* ι'ιιγ i»ny «-omnRmtralMn *:th λ vul number of cit »·· *u<i u»wn* n*«r b> an· I r*rs t«*. Mi with tiM»uMri<L* Ml MI !h-<U«*niH '·ί (ι«·«ιΐΛ» *h ·«·· b*i»tr<— y« ι want >·· ' m»y our·· I SeamwesieiRT5i.liei.ee · Ζ „ # "McManus For Buggies yf coarse •t R. R. TIME TABLE. Μ. Κ. * T. North Hound. *o. 6 (Flyer) leaves 7:13» m «ίο 202 leaves 9:51am *o 204 leave* 7:25pm South Bound. Ίο. 203 leaves 9:28km Ίο. 201 leaves 6:46pm Ίο. » (Flyer) leavee 9:17pm H. & T. C. West Bound. >0.85 leaves 6:30am No. S3 leaves 6:57 ρ m Vo. 87 arrives 4:0δ ρ m — Does not run west of Waxahacbie. Jo 8 9 arrives 11:15am KftNt Bound. >îo. S 2 leaves 9:30 a m—Connects at Bums for Houston. s'#. 84 leaves 3:00 ρ m—Starts from Waxahachle. Ίο 86 leavee 9:12 pm Ίο. 88 leaves 9:20 a πι—Connects at Garrett for the Norm. Œbc ïï)atlç Xiobt Published Daily Except Sunday by ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING CO Paid-up t «ριΐΛΐ $20,000.00. Entered at the Waxahachie poet office as mail matter of the second class. It. D. Hl'DSOS I*rt*».klOtit <\ W. KENT Vic*v President W. J. Bl'IK. Swn'Urj-Tnwurei Sl'BSCRIPTION R Α Τ Κ S One Month I 50 Six Months, in Advance 2.75 One Year, in Advance 5.00 Γ+ty Kdttor Gonzalez is to have a via^gar and pickle factor>·. No* don't that set your teeth on edge? A Missouri man is suing for his proportion of stock in a Cemetery Association EuriaJ ground must be gelling scarce in old Missouri. The I.ight has always ha-d a high regard for the veracity of it» friend Kirksey. but when he tells us of black bas-s weighing 300 pounds we confess to a desire to have the statement aaccompanied by photo graphs from "reaJ life." and a scale from the fish Any way we promise right now to print no more fish tales from Innocence. It seems there I» no limit to an editor's capa* ity for storing away things eatable, at least some editors. The Comanche Chief of lost week week says The editor intervirw»»d a bucket of ah fine Klberta peaches this week a.·» ever grew and gratified the human throat " TbinK of an editor devouring a bucket of Elberta i»ea< h»·* Two Kills county Klberta* will make a square meal The Austin <orre*ponden' of iji<· Houston Chronicle -end.- out a politi '.il dream in which he se*·» ttuver i i.j Mills itud Horace Chilton «etnnp j no the gui» rnatorlai πιηηιηι Mills llviti. > - » off h^ oil welln and • hilton n· makitiu money prm ildRt law it [tcauH!(i9ii fltith have !i«H*n senator* of 'he I nited State- and whlle the* are tjtntwr of enertitjve «tie the ι orr*-pondent s dream la about as u· ti t* either Willi >«si<· ο '■· ηκ > ti.didatet The Hit» - are prett ■ well «a*< and In ih»· up nttw tif thia pai*er the :ic*xt Kt't^rnot will ■ '■·· · II h« f Ηγ(Χ>Η| of 1 I OIL MACHINERY Nom \m« ll<« tor lh-ii Ιι·(ιιιιι»ι »·( · Ml It I HUM*. It will now be but a nkoti ίβ* till tf»e drill β the Ram* oil field will Ih* H ■·}» tat >n Mr Ο I,. Tw»«td'*· iBW «l'ilHMl tie re w.th iwrtal for He 4err -i |> ΜΛΛ irther ««qui [intent* and > lahwdtac and (ettltut r*«iy for ■eora Other 4li|tiii*i(· of awisiBer^ alii ImUoe <M* at vont ThM» heffiee Ui U*»a like w» iway «Μ<α ι*»· whether or mc w* arw ib he ml Belt an it whether or SwC 'Be >alacnt*fi ha»» m*é» a -twwe β* é here Th# wee* mil ha •ttrM ait» ureal ta tar—< tmr the ·«'<oect* of the **· Eaa » New* OUR Topic* of This I rt tfce ttitoe of the year when evwy native N*% Yorker who can "rats»» the price," takee a vacation at some point as far a» his money will carry him, from Broadway Not because he is tired of Uttle old New York—never! But because, In ad dition to his inborn restleaene*· and love of chanpe, he knows it will bene fit his health and his business if he shifts his scene for a spell. Meanwhile, everybody whose lo cum tenens is far away, thinks he is moved next door to heaven when he can lay hands on enough money (and it does take a lot) to bring him to this salt water girdled island when the Summer solstice is upon it: i when there are not too many resi dent citizens here to prevent his see ing the place properly: when our 1 roof gardens are in full blast, and , when, oh. joy! Coney Island is wide open. Well. Coney was never so beautiful and desirable as a pleas i ure ground as if is now It has been sto improved and beautified and ele vated in tone that it is not only the finest and most unique resort of its kind in the world, but women and children < an be as safe within its en . virons as though in the seclusion of their own homes. I Materials will be associated in some very unusual ways, this fall With cloth ι oats will be worn lace or eyelet skirts lined with material matching the coat in tint. The combination is quite chic. Rodices will show suspender ef fects in trimming: and fturplieed j fronts will remain in vogue to a ion siderable extent. Sleeves are smell ier. Skirts will fit more accurately 'than ever round the hips, and flare as voluminously at the hem. Some skirts are draped, seeming, thereby, to foreshadow the revival of tlie overskirt. Big white crin hats shown by T^orC and Taylor are exceedingly pretty, having the entire crowns covered with big roses in all the delicate rose shades. They are put on close ly. yet by no means massed on. the idea being to present an airy effect Tlje hats are sufficiently upiilted at back or sides to look very piquant. Pompadour effects prevail. Cein tures, girdles and suspenders are made of beautiful pompadour rib bons. Big bows of the same adorn children's hat». Wide Pompadour sashes are worn by young ladies and j little girls. Silks show Pompadour ; rose stripes. Pompadour «olffures retain their popularity. Dainty little perfumed caps are worn by ladies fond of acenting their tresses. These caps are of primroee hued silk or pink, or blue, scented by a special process, sweet pea being the favorite extract Suit cases of rush and matting Shave a ho«t of virtues, being very light weight, ti'ted with toilet arti cles inside, and permitting ventila tion of Its contents. Bathing oases lined with rubber are a great con venience to frequenters or the surf, as wet bathing suite and accessories may be carried therein By the way, the newest bathing cap is of silk rubber, shaped like the bonnet of the Salvation Army lassie, and dotted with blue or white. Whale and polar skin compose the smart est suit cases. They resemble the hide of an elephant. It is as easy to keep the face free from superfluous hair as from ordin ary soli, with a little attention, and at trifling expense. Any lady trou bled with a growing of this nature can write me in all confidence and I will tell her of a splendid prepara tion which works like a charm, and is used by the most refined and ex clusive ladies to their great relief and satisfaction My address is f,6 East 130th street. New York Sc arlet is worn by children and j thi»ir elders with equal impunity. The old hitïtori< Berlin work i» a j revival in embroidery lines. Parting the hair is again fashion ] able. Yonng gris dress <heir hair I low on the neck. SIDNEY EXRl.E ! The .liiioani W> r-at. We live not by the quantity we eat, nor the variety, but by what the ayetera can utilité. No matter how good or plentiful your food la. It starves the nywtetri unless yoer di lution Is Rood Ho make certain ι that your food 1a properly digested, by talons a do»»· of Orwn'i Aigust Flower before o*· after meals. It will i not only aid dl2"*tlon. It will atlr | the liver to regular habits, sweeten the stomach and prevent cooatlpa- j tlon Triai bottle 25 f»nts Big' bottle 7 â r««nte Sold by Β W. | F*-m i« ! S KpworOi I.eiMittr l.ttcrary l'r»iiriin Krlday evening August 1!, * 111, at Tu bernaei* \iiKUkta Rru ι ' H«»alah ' l^eailer. Mr N. J Thorn»* < ondttlon» of κ» ι»»»y in (he Houih ι«ι ι he time lleulati wan written. .Mr ; frUMMI l'iiri*!'»· uf the xtory. .Mr I'la ι rut*· Tboinimuii Kilwiird Krelehlun » 'Mooaier -i« * i«>lma- Pf Initfrr. Mr Winn Κκκ'Ί-tn » «*»rl> lift- Misa Nora Pear· \\ ha ι ΙΚϋΜΐη Ι· I here tor >■■ In 'The I'tiiirrh of 'l»f«l i,|flll*" Mliia le*»ii Ifctwling I irM Motintaf < rond. For ih·· («**! few muni h - the fjrrt H>>ndiii ι rtiwit· have been almtMi fmiur»-, but the large i-rtmcl in th«· «Ίΐ» !ι«1»ν ·ιη«*Ι» remind* «m of old Um·" % great many arrived ta the <Φν ·**;«·Γ<ίΒ ■ .ιΙ'ιτηκ'ίΐ ted lut ligfei and b> th* middle of the mot » teg 'he *fwt· want ftfetl) well tirons» I with t»B»lr iadine wu 1«!t*e >iv«ly during the day and a auntb*r <»f imid aaimaix wee* «old Knyal (ni lUww A&utKllM r|a|M*r Ne 73 will m-*< aι lit h*li ikM «veste* al > • rt*rfc All eeefcem are re^eeeted us a- i,rewe^ 6ΑΜΜΟΝ B r W L ψ. UEICM Sm J FOR ONE WEEK, Beginning Saturday, August 5th, to dose August 12th. We must close out our Summer Goods to make room for Fall Shipments that will be arriving daily. : : : : : : Lawns, dimities and tissue» Egyptian tissues worth 25c and 35c. sale price Lawns and dimities of various designs in light colore, worth 16c and 20c, sale price... Lawns and dimities in medium shades, worth 10c and 12 l-2c, sale price A complete line of lawns, worth 7c and 8c, sale price 10 yards for A line of lawns, worth 4c and 5c, sale price. 10 yards for Scotch lawns, to ladies only, sale price, 10 yards for Τ able Linen 72-inch table linen, worth 85c, sale price 60-inch bleached table linen, worth 5<k', sale price 48 inch bleached table linen, worth 35c, sale price Boo Κ Fold NtpKins Napkins worth $2.50 per dor en, sale price per dozen Napkins worth f2 25 per dozen, sale price per dozen .... Napkins worth 12 00 per dozen, sale price per dozen Napkins worth 11.75 per dozen, sal»» price per dozen Toweling •jC per pair. 3t">-inch linen towels, worth sale ρ ice, each 27-inch nuck towels, worth SSc j>er pair, skle price, each 59C 39C 26C 1.69 149 1.39 1.19 I9C 13c Counterpanes 1.79 Counterpanes, worth $2.25, sale price Counterpanes, worth $2.00, I AQ sale price » ·*Τν Counterpanes, worth #l.y, sale price Counterpanes, worth $1.0'·. sale price..... 1.19 89C Ladies Vests I2c A complete line of ladies v* st*, 2ôc ()uality. sale price 10 Per Cent Discount On lace curtains, window shades, carpet*. mattinK* nigs and linoleums 25 Per Cent Discount >n all Milliner]? Goods Clothing Department You can't afford to mise our Clothing «le Suits worth $K.(I0, q OQ sale price.......... O·L· u Suits in blue serye, worth $9.0(1, sale prwe Suit* worth from 15.00 to 19.00, sale ρ ice No suit in the house for more than $».29. Come and make your choice. Shirts Our 1.(10 shirts, •ale price Our 75c shirts. Mile price Our 50c shirts. sale price 4.50 9.29 69c 43C 33c R.eady-to-wear Department—Ten per cent dis count on all ready-to-wear garments.—Yours-for-Trade^^^ D. EGGER & SON *1«M» Kt-MnHj, ΙΗΚΙ, The readers of this psfwr wit! l>e pleased to learn that there is at least fine dreaded disease that «icnrc haï been able to cur* in all It* Mages, and that 1» Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur* Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re qoirtM a constitutional treatment. Haîl'a Ca'arrh Cure in taken intern· [ally, acting directly upon the blood H&d mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its work. The propriteors have wi much faitb in its rarttlct powers ! hat th«y offer uoe hundred dollar* tor any ca«e that it fsils to cure. Kt-ud for a list of text ι montai*. Address Κ J. CHEN'BT * CO Toledo. Ohio. Hold by druxgists. Take Hall's family Pills for con si ipat ion. DR. CHARLES FLESH FOOD I Fer tl«· Farm and C«ma)«non Mm >■*·· mimtiH; ami *y M«M • x-lι iiMil, «·■«· u4 ««hi at iMkm «·» ! M(t Ik·! It rw· Wktittti tp»M«4 H U »>·ι>ι « lhr<*e* Ik· par*· al ih làln ami IW«M teiM wmM»· fotltk· MUi| 11mm RIMOVINO WNtNKLCS MllH ·»|>Ι.«··Ι^ΙΙ·Ι>·>·Λ«» «>ι»ιι> • ttau »·!·.· >■·<»»«—>■< ΓΗ (karl·· PWM »«■ < M paaUtr·!? tlM <a*tf law· Μ ·»«>ι:·1 «»··ι • tMl «ΗΠ^ιμ»·4 juS'* (k* **rk **4 •lu «ad »«<| m ' Mmlia In· ··» it ha· iIm kifkm i»*w^^^j|IhiMi·! î*· "ΓίοΓτ βα*««τκ·ντsroaa·t*r> oauoeam •'t»f , β · · ι·, ta m»d ■·>· <·*· ·*««·*·«* <é IW irtrtAL am* mmé »«< m ■»· 4»iim «· «tu wui m oh rnrr ai-m· !««·«·m*, -«m ·« rWfc*. «ΜΜ,'ΜτηΜΜ. S« «i —M ».· iWy mu m aw « m to UNI 9ΛΛ&ϋΛ^- mMWQA» OIL CHARLES CO. eWfV&,r Phone us your orders for Groceries and Feed Stuffs Prompt attenMon given to all orders. T. J. Stroud ύ Co T. J. Stroud. Both Phones Η. B. Reasonover. Time and Place The time to buy Hardware. Stove·, Ran*·», Buggiea, Har ness. etc , ia NOW. We say the PLACE is the .... Aaxahachie Hardware Co The new Laxstrvt Π Τ) Τ W Π Ονα that docs not $npc UUlê\U Slewiefi and Uv«f cr itaseate. I IV,.té p - - tfouKeird * .j t te u!u. Laxative Fruit Syrup Chrorj: C'rjti fcf ft «.