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Best a 0 Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass, Diamonds, Hand Painted China, Art Wares, Jardi neres, Fine Jewelry. THOMSON JEWELRY ®(0>Φ®ΦΦΦΦΦ<Π)®ΦΦΦΦ©Φ®<®ΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦΦ®Φ©Φ®®ΦΦΦΦ φ««φφφφ# We have purchased the fixtures and lease of the Ross-Heyer Company, and have just moved into the building occupied by them. We propose to make our store complete in every de tail, and replete with unusual goods found only in the larger cities. Everything we have is new and of the best qualities Our repairing and engraving departments are well and favor ably known, and we shall cater for your busines with the strict est guarantees. . ... . We invite you to come see us in our new quarters. ^ C4 V- 1 We'll Satisfy You or Refund Your Money Pianos, Guitars, \Violins, Banjos, Musical Supplies, Pipes, Canes, Umbrellas. m ♦ : AMUSEMENTS. ♦ j #«♦♦♦♦ +tpi·· following: announcements are m lip by press agents: It PAIR OF PINKS—Abounding fun, new music, new dances, It y girls handsomely gowned, a |e and costly investure of new Jer.v brilliantly illuminated with pi electrical effects, without an fi>u ldened plot, is the story of "A of Pinks" in "a nutshell." But •MM'iires two hours and a half of „BKatit activity and hilarious fun to éomplete the adventures of "Per cy'* end "Harold" as two shy, steal thy |Pinkerton sleuths in search of the Hi a η who wouldn't laugh. Dur la» ^various intervals of the "trial of bu rnor" the audience is cheered oil ta ι he pursuit by big musical num oert, big dancing gatherings, big cav alcades of pretty girls. At the opera hOO'ic Saturday night. January 20 DOHA THORN 13 — That Idyllic picture of the rural English honu Ufa |together witti its flight to tht iWMt aristocratic circles of Englisl soefet y, "Dora Thorne" is provins OB0.*OI the most interesting and sue courtul plavs of the present season The book of "Dora Thorne" had ; •ful vogue some years ago Hid etill has a steady circulation a; Ί of its class. " The conse qDM< i-s of sin seldom end with it O*j%iniitors," is an old adage bu on which is ever new, coming uj befoi· il- as ii truth «lav In day, and one which shall du so as long as the world shall last. This theme is brought out in the play of "Dora Thome" as in (lie hook with a won derfully original setting; tears and laughter follow in Quick succession, sincere heart interest Is manifest at every turn interwoven with the most powerful of all themes, "lx>ve." "Dora Tliorne" will be on view next Monday night at the opera house. -SHEPHARDS MOVING P1CT l.'RES- A marvelous oddity with an innovation of unprecedented comedy events that are not only unique and startling but also ludricous in the I extreme, is the new sensational mov-1 ing picture concert which has kepi ! New York City laughing for the past J three or four months. Only made] possible by recent discoveries and in ventions in motion photography never ι lias anything been offered to com 1 pare with this for originality and the exploration of one of the wildest flights of a lucid imagination. Mr. Archie I- Shephard will present this | iwondeful conception for the first I time outside of New York City dur ling the forthcoming return engage-1 'ment of Shephard's Moving Pictures, I at the opera house Tuesday night. January 23. This, of course, forms only a small part of the elaborate program to be offered at this engage ment. PA lTU G11.MORE- A love story in a colonial setting, which shows how a dashing, intrepid gallant, in face of greatest odds, wins the wom an who was meant for him since the world began, is what our playgoers may expect to see at the opera house ' next week when Paul Gilmore and a ! splendid company appear there in the new spectacular comedy romance, "Captain Débonnaire." The hero of I the drama, is a young officer in the French army, stationed at Quebec— Louis de Cadillac by name. He won ; the sobriquet Debonnaire by his dash, intrepedity, love of adventure and carelessness of consequences. He laughs in the face of danger, snaps his fingers at. care and is ever ready for a game, a drink, a jost, a joke or an encounter against any odds. The role is the strongest Mr. Gilmore has had since his triumph in "The Three Musketeers." The play is handsome ly mounted and cleverly cast. At the opera house Wednesday night. Janu ary 21. How's This? We offer one hundred ■ dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, tin undersigned, have known F I Cheilev for the last IS years, and beliew him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his flrn·. WAI.DING. KINNAN Λ.- MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall ■· Catarrh Cure Is taktn In ternal! . acting directly upon the blood inj mucous surfaces of the sys tem. Testimonials sent free. Price 7cent.- per bottle Sold by all dr'lg (Itli. Take Hall s- Family Pills for . on stlpation. I I ill k 1 lillllft ( l«»t| at liait I'm> iani to dedition of the *n \|l id t; , ffor ill • ! II» Ί II. l*tw HMHIMtil have Itovrr I.··»ni of · » nn,in<· t « roM ri**ultlliit n | mutiU i«f otfci r :ua< ttotthlt* roter » Hnit> and Tar ha· I» ■ η ••η It aei «S*· ·ι.·ρ» tin rnvgh \ J IU.t>up <»f Mu h I bar» iwi · Hi»·*"· ta iki»· w «·*>· ·***»* :,r « » ♦ ► PERSONAL MENTION ♦ » ♦ »♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ li S. Boze had business in Dallas oil av. II Ν. Peters returned this morn-1 m" from Dallas. .1 W. Martin had business in Ennis j ind Alsdorf today. j1 Y. D. Kemble was a business vis itor to Dallas today. Dabney Sims went to Forrest on this morning to spend a day or two hunting with friends. ι \V. J. Buie has returned to Carls- | bad. New Mexico, after spending sev eral days in the city. * ι Edlridge McCanless and wife of j Knnis arrived in the city this morn- ί ing to stay a day or two. ! Mrs. C. A. Strain arrived front Dallas this morning to visit relatives and friends for a few days. John Quarles has returned front Galveston where he went to purchase I goods for the store of Mistrot Bros. ] & Co. Mrs. H. A. Pailet and Mrs. Genie Watson returned from Sardis where ! they attended the Perkinson-Burns ! nuptials last night. Miss Ola Smith of Hillsboro. who I has been visiting the family of Ε. Ρ i Hawkins, left this morning for a short visit in Ennis. Cncle Henry Orr and wife, who j live near Red Oak, after spending two or three days visiting in the city, returned home this morning. Harry Perkinson and wife arriv ed this morning from Dallas. They will remain here a few days and 1 then go to Red Oak where he is con ducting a blacksmith shop. H. D. Timmons has returned from : Houston where he spent several days looking after the estate of the late M T. Jones. Mr. Timmons is one i of the trustees of this estate. LITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN. Hyomei Inhaler that is Guaranteed by Hood & Martin to Curt Cat arrli. Thousands who have been cured by Hyomei. call the inhaler that comes with every outfit "The little pocket physician." as it is so small that i*. ; can be carried in the pocket or purse There is really no excuse whatever I for anyone having catarrh now tha I Hyomei is so eadily obtainable It 'you have any doubt about this valu·. « Hood Λ: Martin will let von hav. ' ompiete outfit with the understand nq that unless it cures catarrh, it (ill not rust you a cent. \ complete Hyomei outfit consists if "the little pocket physician," a nedicine dropper, and a bottle of! iyomei, and costs only $i, while ad litional bottles of Hyomei can be irocured for 50 cents, making it the nost economical, as well as the most eliable treatment for the cure of j •atarrh. Hundreds of Hoineseeker*. An extremely large crowd of peo-1 pie was handled south last night ! hrough Denison by the Μ . Κ. & 'Γ. ; m the homeseekers rales. The south bound Katy Flyer arrived in iwo sections, after 6 p. m. Two sections >f No. 205, via Fort Worth, were run Hit. but only one section of Xo "< iy way of Dallas. The people were well dres.,'1 and j )f in.1 :ii*.eiiir;fTit class. The·.· caused jut little trouble at the union depot t Hpite of th*. many inconv-vk-n-tcs under which the depot aulmoii'.i'.s abor. I siis,li\ on homeseeke-s' c y '.;istons there H more or loss tio'.ible η handling the people. Ihev nish 'iom one piece to another without <nowing or seeming to care where hey are going: climb on trains in spite of explicit instructions, and do their best to get left. last night it was remarked by a number of peo ple who were at the depot that the crowd was better behaved and easier to handle than any that has ever come through Denison.—Denison Herald. For City Secretary. In this issue of the Daily Light will be found the announcement of Charley Walters as a candidate for the office of city secretary. Mr. Wal ters is a little late entering the con test, but he hopes to see the voters of the city and present his claims personally between now and the date for holding the primary election. Mr. Walters has resided in Waxahachie about ten years, and is highly esteem ed by a large circle of friends. He honest, honorable and upright and is well qualified to fill the office he seeks He has been connected with various business concerns of the city, for the past four years he has been with the Oldham Hardware Com pati-· Mr. Walters makes his an nouncement subject to the action of th·' ,-iiy primary election, and solicits the -upport and encouragement of th· ■ ίuens of the town. \t the Opera House. ·· ut' i t s weird and horrifying •he play of Di Jekyl and lias since its first produc n - Strong drawing card. 0 was the offering ·>t the Dramatic Company ai the ι-e iasi night, and while it se· ii here several times it 1 fnirh good sized audi tion in th's play is centered < ιoiiiid the dual character of and Mr Hyde. This part ι.- ililfictilt io handle, but Ν Wallock. the company's man. proved himself equal tkion. The part given Ms >1 elliv of ope foi display - κ lull lis 11 a, loi Misa > ..II» was good us SI Ml and n<-lobera of tin· caet gave ■-.Hirt Tie Two Orphan I r I M % < rt-l .11 \ ■ - I V White Who de . Ii*· city ef \Y ι\aiiMt hie Mi Whit* author)!··* uuouiAi νiuv u* be made Mil> .4 « 1<·η οt the ciljr primary ftidd F«>brnarj ·; He ItdVIt In WdUlim lllf to 'induction from 'hi* jiaper Λ !.. Il thi I I lui I» highly inlprrii· » h.· kuo* htm He It get) . <-o in ιii<| aithal λ i1 "hI Mai. Hi» quailft>atioB· to i«ti<i > «ttiMrhjirsrv -*<■* ? . mnu! 't * tit* wieli thai wit* hi* iim« Μ i' Η · ι ! til « ttti ■ Ί. <l11i Mi h «» u h( mmny *#n m â b»m·. Ort»w luaiUt F rut * r%$- ; Γ» · rfcru&fr * • *« «m ia4 ·αβι«(ιΐη tii< » * - t ji*» sut . ' « r. * : ■■ ' can t « -nr. • . - .·> i * IfMl b* '*r *3 4M·.. 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Positively guaranteed to help or money refunded. Saved the Preacher. Rev. 0. D. Moore of Harpersville, Ν. Y„ writes: "I had a fearful cough for months, "which nothing would relieve, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It cured my cough and saved my life." Prices, 50c and $1.00 Trial Bottles Free RECOMMENDED, GUARANTEED AMD «OU» Β* H. W. Fearls, Waxahnchie. T» vas. Shelton Opera House Saturday, Jan. 20 The Fun Furnishers WEST & VOKE.S CIS PERCY «5 HAROLD and MARGARET DALY VOKES Loosening Frolic "A Pair of Pinks" Supported by an Excellent Cast 40 PEOPLE 40 Prices 25c to $1.00 Opera House MONDAY JAN 22 ! <runi.it i -all· η ' Bertha M. Clay's Hamou;» Novel Ihe l.nammus \erdict '( the New Y irk irk! Chicago Papers— "A Substantial Success" Î ν vU Character of the Sti^e Today Rowland Ù Clifford I'n«inU th< Quaint ( nutly Drum» "DORA THORN Ε 99 A Strong Act ing Company An Elaborate Production -, ONE NlûHT ONLY A Play Τ rue seats on sale now to Nature Price»-25 50. 75. $1 Use Light Want Ads They are Good Little Salesmen.