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VOLUMK XIV. WAXA HAiTHIK, TKXA8. MATt KI>AV. ft lï 11. |imm! ~ MM It Kit *β. ' I Hkll INtOROES nlLLEC <nsfcN to Deitlt ky Ike WreckiM Denver taseafer Tnin. Rhome. Texas, July 1 1 Fori Worth and Denver passenger trair No. 1, northbound, was wrecked her< yesterday morning at in .50 and thre< unknown negroe ιη··η were killed The wreck was caused by a swltcl· about 100 yards south of the depoi -splitting when the train had almosl passed over it. One day coach an<i .ι Pullman sleeper were derailed. Th< negroes killed were standing on th< front platform of the day coach whet the derailment occurred, and Ir jumping from the train, one fell un der the wheels and was horribly mangled The other two fell against The side of the car and the trucks and were instantly killed, but theit bodies were not mangled The body of Rufus Martin, the ne ro who was hanged in Fort Worth Thursday for the murder of Charles· Swackhammer, a farmer, was in the baggage car of the' train that was wrecked and much comment among the negroes resulted. It was stated by passengers that a number of the negroes had objected to riding on the same train with the corpse of a man tfiat had been hanged DKKAMKD OK lU'IlOIiAKK. Wakened l»y a DrPam Man Grabbs Revolver and Shoote Wife. Canton, 111., July 14.—Wakened trom slumber by a dream that burg lars were looting his safe, dazed and kalf awake, J. C. Davidson, proprie H " tor of a general store at Bryant, ten 'Tf âiiies sçuth of this city, grasped a re * * folver lying on a chair by the bed ttd endeavored to bring it to cock, ae hammer slipped, and a heavy ;iS iliber ball plowe'd through his left 'hand and buried itself in the abdo men of his wife, who was sleeping at his side. The accident occurred be tween It and 12 o'clock Wednesday nisht, and the woman died about noon Thursday. « I <.κ\» ι: \ι, \| \ s UiKK Is ι s.η It Κ Γ Col. Mike S»«'Hi'y |« Thrimii From M"tor Car YeMenla). I Col Mlk·· Swi'vni'i. νiι .■ preside» I and general manager of the Trlnit; j and Brazos Valley, who has been th· j energetic driving splrli in the rush I **d construction of that Hup. w as ser iously injured yesterday by lietm thrown from a motor car m ar Cool idge At th·' tint»· of th<· accldeu Col. Sweenev an<l Chief Engineer 1' Ο Burns were making a trip of in s peer ion over the road In additioi to a number of severe bruises Mr Sweeney received a serious wall wound He was unconscious lw< hours He was sent to Fort Wortl on a Santa Fe special, where he re celved medical attention. Mr j Burns was also slightly injured. The Clansman For MhkIoii. Following Its second tour of th< j South, which begins next September land bids fair to surpass its record I breaking triumph of last season, th< ! Clansman will be seen in Londor j some time in the Faster holidays ι Manager George H Brennan has ar ranged to present the geat DixH j drama at the Shaftsburv Theatre ir the British metroplls. By no othei people are the Southern virtues manners and civilization so highlj appreciated as by the English. Hav ing pressing race problems of theii jown in Egypt, South Africa, India I the British folk will raise to the trut significance of the Clansman and th« lessons of history inculcated there in.. Boll Weevils lleported. , A report comes from Italy that on ι account of the recent rains and I cloudy weather boll weevils havt j made their appearance In the Loftor ; Branch community. It is not be ; lieved, however, that they are in suf i flcient numbers to cause serious dam ! age to the cotton. During the summer kldBK irregularities are often caused b; j excessive drinking or being over ' heated, Attend to the Kidney at one : by using Foley's Kidney Curt I Sold by B. W. Fearls. MEETING OF FARMER' ' , Ust SfvsMNi of f irmer.V (etfrcvs fto< S«cce.vsf«l Cvtr Hell I Of th»· hundred» of ΕΠΙ* count; citizens who have attended the Farm ere' ί'οηκπ·»» during 'he past ft·» yarn not one has regretted his trip and there are men In this count; ι and in all parts of Texas who havi ι never missed a meeting since the or ' ganization of the congress nine year: ago. The session Just cloned was at tended by forty or fifty from Elli! county, though there was no organlz I'd effort to Induce thetn to attend I have not fully recovered from th< hard spoil 1 had In May and I die not feel equal to the task of headlnt a car load down there this year, bul when the time came to go I could not stay away. I took with rix Johnnie Miller, the youth whom 1 raised. For the benefit of the thous ands of readers who could not attend I will try to tell them something about this meeting. We left Waxa hachle on the Central at 9: HO Tues day morning and arrived at College Station where the A and M. college is located, at 4 o'clock that after noon I want to say right here that the crops along the road are the best 1 ever saw The good master has smiled on them this season to such an extent that at Thornton, where the people were almosl on starvation a few years ago and to which place Ellis county made contributions, they are all right now with fine crops. Going down I took the names ol all Ellis county citizens and when we reached College Station 1 rushed t< the main building and registered toi all of them thus securing splendii rooms and beds for the whole outfit We then began exploring the ground and building». There are ο fifteen large three-etory buildings ο ' the grounds· used by the students, du ' ins the school term, and these built " ings are equipped with machinei 5 and other paraphernalia for teachin ■ the different subjects. At the elos of the college this year every youn man who had qualified himself i the different branches taught had good job at splendid wages offerei him. Tlie world has made such raplt progress during the past tew >eat; that thi" young man who qualifie! himself to fill positions has no troub le in securing a job at once. Tht college grounds consist of about 1. 100 acres and a great deal of it ύ in cultivation, and îr is piameu wm. la view to experimenting with the dif ferent field crops This cnltivatior is not for the purpose of making money, but to show to the world what can be done at the experimen tal stations here and in other states for almost all the states have expert mental stations now Some of tin greatest discoveries in ihe dlfteren' field crops have been made, and thi s, experiments, made as they are at tin expense (if the state and uationa government, have been worth mil lion* to the farmers of the I'tiitei States, and each and every fat me ι In Kills county should have his nam I placed <>n ihe mailing list at the \ and M College and net th< bulletin Issued from there, which cost not It Ing but the time spent in readln them I will take pleasure in Se1 ting >uur names on the list If ν ο will notlf) me llehUies the ι top >11 kinds <>f llv«i slock and be« at t the collette and bu led on 'he keeping .in epi the t· edit •nduli Ml out bleu <* ">'» ilrm·» liutlr IΙΓ \t. I ^..1 Of «Aid to uu· I I one ttn> to a 111" «I'd put 1 «·*· -1» '•ι*- #■ *'· j ' laon» - i · ; · ■ 11.11 ■ 1 work- «a» done In the • ι it t«-r·— τ of the association My h<>>. Johnnie Miller, has «ever .il stands of In-e» and ht· devoted mont I of hi-. 11nu» attending that depart ment He I* now up (o Flavius Davenport, he think*, as an expert mi bees and how to manage them • successfully. One man from Corpus Christ I, Farmer Clark lie is railed. is quite a successful dairy man and said he thought he knew all about his busi ness but after examining the scien i tifli method of handling milk and ' making butter there, said he had not ! gotten to \ in his business and would go home a wiser man and would make two dollars to where he form erlj made one. The fare of $2.75 for the round trip and one dollar a day board there pays all expenses. Five or six dollars put an Ellis couu | ty man through congress, and Jack j lleall did not get th^re for anything I like this l*NOCKM.'K ABROAD. I.et ι be t.ood Work Continue. Most of the citizens of College street, it seems. <>y concerted action cut the weeds and grass off their sidewalks and are keeping their lawn in nice condition. This Is very grati fying news and it is to be hoped this ι spirit of cleaning up will become epidemic throughout the city. If all i the citizens of NVaxahachie would I make war on the weeds around their ! premises for a few hours each day a I wonderful improvement would be • noted in the city's appearance. iiuiiuing Λew (iins. Messrs. Hickman and Holder, two ' citizens of the l,one Elm community, about five mile» west of Waxahachle on the Mountain Peak road, are es tablishing a new gin plant there. They were In town yesterday with wagons to haul out a car load of machinery for the plant. r ι A new gin Has »l«o Ju«it boen com a pleted at Maypearl, which Rives tha I town two first class plants. v ι Was In Poor Health For Year g I Ira W. Kelley, of Mansfield, Pa e I writes: "I was in poor health tor two r ! years, suffering from kidney and ι blader trouble and spent considerable ί j money consulting physicians without I j obtaining aùy marked benefit, but [ j was cured by Foley's Kidney Cure, and I desire to add my testftnony that it may be the cause of restoring the health of others." Refuse substi tutes. Sold by B. W. Fearis. Franklin's Kxaiiiiiiiiig Trial. The examining trial of .lames ; Franklin was not concluded yester- j day. bin will be finished about the j latter part of next week. Franklin | is a young negro, and lias been in j jail here sjnce last May on an alleged charge of attempting to commit ι c riminal assault. Notice to tlie I'uhlit. W t . the undersigned, will close our markets at S o'clock ρ m "Χ ιcept on Saturdays Blank Λ; Bel). Satchell & Co Him. \Y F. Hilltip K. Ij. Feary I. (lOuld SG t oui I<HI'Ied : coal discovered in Via n ι »;71· and -old at % 1 -■ 1,1 Th»· last discovered was a 'hompson's warehouse an»l $7.00 per inn dell Ulster lump d HAY (LOSE CHURCHES fttifMa tiskf litis a· (larch <n4 State StpritaM Brussels, July 14 A Belgian bishop, who has jiiMt returned from Paris, says that If th<· l'ope recom mends resistance to the la» ne pa rat- i ing church and state In France and unacceptance of Its liberal articles, the French Cabinet will close the | churches wherever It Ik possible with out violent resistance and will pro pom· a ne» law annulling the life an nultlea of priests who are still In ' charge. The new bishops to 1«· elected will , have to submit to the formality of ob- ! mining "exequaturs," thus putting an end to the actual right of the Pope to choose the bishops I*KKK-A-1MH> WAISTS HAItltKB. Holiness People Publish Proclama tion Against These ( influents. Macon, Mo.. July 14. The follow ing official warning Is published In Ihe Church Herald today for the guid ance of those attending the feast of ' the tabernacles at College Mound, j Mancon county, August 2 to 12 "Pleas»· do not let any young la lies come to the camp meeting with arms and necks exposed by thin sleeves and waists. It seems im modest and unbecoming enough to j wear such garments at home, where j no one sees you but your father and brothers." Jewelry of all sorts has long since been barred by the Holiness people, but this is their flr«t proclamation iagaln»( "®eek-a-boo" »Mrt w*l«U 1 and arm exposure. 1 (A epertal Section la being held I 1 the city today to fill the vacancy ' j the council from the third ward I I the resignation of Alderman Inj ram. Five citizens of that ward ai I candidates for Mr. Ingram's pine / on the board. They are George Cal /lens, T. J. Bales, Bird Forrest, Em ferson Owen and A. Trlppet. Jr (Their campaign was a short one, bul they lost no time in seeing the voters. I The election is attracting no extraor dinary interest and at one o'clock [only about Hi" votes had been record ed. The polls wlîl close this even ing at 7 o'clock. War Against Consumption. All nations are endeavoring to j check the ravages of consumption | the "white plague" that claims so many victims each year. Foley's Honey ami Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not riai< your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results The genuine is in a yellow package. Sold by Β \\ Fean In the Interest of < nmpbHI. Hon. C\ F Greenwood of Hills boro arrived in flit· eit> this morn ii ·- <o addr* : \ oi - » hi> after roon π the it '♦-»· o. Hon. Tom ι ;'ani| ' eil s · uiui·!. 'm ^overnoi j Mi Greet,ivt <h1 s ·ν count> attorn· > ι <·ι Mil ι ounty. αϊ» I ha abl> repn -ented his count ν in the législature I 'ciii hi s ! I Vim I»··* We have an> amount of hilb'-rti· and Chinese t'litm peaches toi sal*' Ph·>11.· us your ord» .<td ·· wil! ·!»■ llvet von th«· peat h♦ - ih« following >ia> Λ bin bask·· full tin »u cettt* Mi*nr\ and John W illh -tn 4 '.int of I hank*· Mr .1 I * I >uk« of ι ·♦*! , t h<> Miff* ', d *uch 1 RH1HT8 OF ΜΑΝΑΟΚΚ. New York t'wrt IIccMn l*tifli Ma( IV» KirlnM Piw Ihcrtw. I New York. July \4. Th» W»Mj» t and proprietor oC a \ riKtat to »»τ -who \ piUqrkooM Wt»K Â. _ v., .. 1 yaWte ρ tec·, ta tin slat et tlie 4*cia~ n I ten handed down today In the ap pellate division of the supreme court. The derision dismisses the complaint or' James S. Metcaif. the dramatic critic, against Char/es Burnham, a member of the Theater Managers' association. for excluding Metcalt I from Burnham's theater. I K|)H«rth League Program. f Subject— "The Grace of Brother j lv ÎMve." I Leader- .Miss Luc/le Arnold. ! Topics: The new Commandment, John xiii. 3 4 Miss Sidney l-.ee Pickett. Some Fruits of the Sew Command ment. Rom. xii, 10-—R. B. Noll. Λ Continuing Grace, Heb. xiii. I— J. S. Dowling. The Bond of Unity, John xvli, 21 2.: Miss Nora Fears The Teaching of the New Lift*. 1 Thess. i\, Η-1 η .Miss Jaunita Ray \ Proof of the New I.if> Γ Tohn iii. 14 Miss Inez Singleton Λ Demonstration of Dlsciploship. John vili, L Κ Campbell Song Miss lentil· Shelton • eSS» MELONSj Fine ELlberta Peaches, Green Peas t ♦ Fresh Corn, Tomatoes and Cantaloupes Fresh shipmentof pure California Comb and Strained Honey. Both Phones 3 J. B. HINE.S For Saturday... Cantaloupes W atermelons Τ omatoes Green Peppers OHra BlacK-eyed Peas Order from th»· n**ri\Ht phofw ^ ·' f!;*v ** Roy Connally Certainly * I hiv ι*· the plait* to buy (in» μ i its cheap, thi* pij% ? to reciîiw mucous Uf.tment in J ^<·! piompt Jrliverv. OH }·»» p.p. SMITH <5 CO. »·♦♦♦♦< f I t ! ♦ I »«■«·« ««.*;<«( 4* 4.4 PURE GRAPE JUICE u· tpr>t VV Hou>e Yo Pints. iSc . » ν ai wjfH th .* th.it irt* ! Y. B. Early Grocery Co. ♦ -< IT IS WARM TODAY ! (Dine around and it nder our tans i\\ η tie Get cool ' We «*rve th< best Soda W iter m \ow r. for 5 rents II Herring DrugCo. ί'ΑΗΚΙ B S HAIR BALSAM SATISFACTION I That is what we sell you. along with style and fit. The logical moment has arrived to buy sum mer footwear. The logical place to buy is Μ Α Γ Τ Η Ε W S BROTHERS'. 55.50 and $5 Oxfords $4.25 53.50 Oxfords $2.95 52.50 Oxfords $2.15 IS TeU-The-Trnth CKHhtom. MEN'S HOSIERY ! Select col·)rs Selei t qualities Plain or Lace 25c and Up ! Tj/icc J'ar/oi/ Ol R. LINK OF Lawn and Garden Hose Hatrnt Coupiinft.> and Ν.ιζ:Ι«· Guaranteed Water Tight! W r- I loif Μ Λ Ρ M