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THE WAXAHACHIE DAILY LIGHT.
assr u asc^'casaarasffi! 'taastmar- ττι rgca^ucag^gaer-'-y ·**· YOLIKK XV. WAXUIidllK. ΤΚΧΛλ. ftAÎTKOI*. Jl I \ I ». 1«*»7. Jfl'JiBEtt w. Fine Elberta Peaches i ► < > Special for Tomorrow \\ 25c per bashet < » < » I Good variety of Vegetables. ; ; ! T' J. B.HINES < Ο ; i Chautauqua Time Is almost here, and it's time you was preparing something to eat, ιί you intend to carr.p. Get a ham and boil it. get spices and nuts and make cakes, pies, etc., and you will no* have to do so much cooking while you are on the ground. For anything you want phone us. ROY CONNALLY & CO. » I * i *, * ; For Saturday's Order * We will have a very complete line of Fruits, Melons and Vegetables. Phone us your orders early. Try a sack of R.ed Top or Purity Flour E.. C. LUMLEY, Both Phones Opposite P. O. Armour's « t ς;: imon Pure" Leaf Lard is one of the best lards on the market. No Ham or Bacon better than ♦ Armour's "Gold Brand." * w i P. P. SMITH «S CO. ♦ ♦ Ne w J 30 J * WALL PAPER WALL PAPER We Imvt> put lu a large bum k ,.f the lateat (ΙοκΙκιι In Wall ι Wr Invito you to t ail and look throuah our ΙμίιιιΙΙ fni lin** We al-'> lain ι full III)·' of Win id ManteM. ΊΊΙΙιικ und OmlM KventhlBR new and up-to dulf and |>rU'··» to Mill \ou Sri' in· lx*fore you Ixiy COMPTON. WILLS ON & HUNTER BROTHERS III c Be up-to-date ( ι ' m' ifn· * r M>tt s hit t ν with "Hh J rvJ tic · » rn it- h. I . ν ir r a V Ijm Vf tl * hifv.1 γ>«·>|ν f<»un J hrte Hirf t Η ;Πν\ Ν »t elite* today. I, ■« .i»l Ι1ιι*ι«Ιΐ·« ChimDenain <; Cougti Remcti* . ψ » « Λ ' » * ΤΗ ill I I \ I \M κ IXIvli; Mr Steals Shroud 1'inm ('uipsc ami Thru ( «ors lo Jail. Little Rock, Ark., July \ ■'. For tin· alleged dealing of the shroud from .lullm 1'arnell, a d»*ad man, and hurvitiK him In tbr -<aiit> white un dershirt furniwhed h\ the <ount\ ho.> pital. despite thr .son's elaim that the> had bought the Khroud, hud Ja< khijQ, in undertaker ha Iwen filled $l5l> and «memed to nix month* in Jail. Parnell'e two none -aw their dead I parent proper h laid out in hi»· eof fin and dfr**«*d In <· Ion κ him k I tirmid .tfid on leaving the under jll.tliet i-arlo the> wete warned by II . t λ · ί ι i. t r ι λΙι.. 11 < ! "! hop1' Ja* Lwtiii't t real ν our ' father Ilk* he did m> When the grave Wa< d t||e> ■ · « J ·· ι ·*. I ' he « offln ορ· ι*·μ| i h· dr \ . · φπ'Ι ·*«| -Λ v- IliU i ' Λ .4Λ vt κ 4ft I xim t ' » ι i « · i ti »· ' ·'. ' ' Ό ·■ : • · ' win» i.i;<»\\ ι n* "V > Il . » . ι · » ·.! ' ί -M il ( ' A I t f · M» h II» u«« «·»*** f PARABLE OF PIODMAL Or Uyte Iflnrfts Stirriri lesinr\t va Ht LmI ley l>r Cl><i\ at tin' Kli*t I'ri—byι··ι Inn church. preached froi» the par able of Ih>· ' i'rodlgal Son ' l.uU.· fifteenth chapter, beginning at th»· eleventh lew, mill <ald In part. Your attention ι» Invited ι» th·· » parable common!) known as th<· parable of (hi· prodigal non bin «hat I < lioone tu cull the parable of the lout t>o> We have In thl» fifteenth ι hapter of I,tike th ι »«· parable· The lost sheep, the lost coin and third Is the parable of the lost bo> Th»· sheep and the money might have been lost through careHnnne**, but certainly the bov was lost η» the reault of his own willfulness He desired ·ο take thla coiirw'. and he took this courae, no doubt, against the will of hie fa ther: and we see the results that fol lowed his life "Again, 1 would nay concerning this parable that I consider It as historical. 1 have always treated this parable as such. I believe that there was such a young man: that he did just what has been recorded here concerning him, and that Jesus Christ uses It to Illustrate a great fact of the gospel, and therefore, it is my purpose tonight Just simply follow the young man; to see what he was called upon to face and en dure in the life of sin: to see when he turned from those sins, and then see the attitude of the father toward I him. j "in the first place, ah v« study the parable we come to the conclue ion that this was a good home. Everything leads us to believe that It was a home, not In a city or town, I but rather a home out In the coun try. Λη(1 1 would *»y, by way of patteinK. that the best place a young man was ever permitted to live and grow to young manhood was in ihe country, and 1 regret that in this day parents are leaving the farms to go into the towns and cities, and the result Is that young men who might have grown up to be strong and noble young men, a blessing to society and to Ihe church are being j lost. The best place a young man was ever permitted to live was in the country and on the farm, but there is a tendenc > on the paî t of young men themselves to leave the old home In the country to seek position in the city. "Not only was this a country home, but it was evidently a home of some wealth, and of culture us well as a religious home \ young I man cannot appreciate what these things mean until he leaves the ' home and gets beyond iheli Influ • •III e ami blés .-in g I "Then, again, we notii· that this young man wanted to get nway from till- home lie w.t in the I» t home any young man ever lived in, yet tie [(■included to go out Into t h · world. ; he wanted to I·· free and Independ ent hem e he ·.·■ to hi* fall···!, give 'me lily part of the Inheritance anil > let my l.rothe, ι axe η I part and let |||, d.< as we plea-, with H We find (that the father divided hi- fortune j gave ihe young man his part j and we find him sntbt 'inK "II <» , get her and In liori Huit lea vine I ! h In Ι,ιιιιι. j W» fin,I ι liai in·· >··ιιιι uiau m ( t he (larabl·· -t···»»» «11 a ,i ■ 1 hl ntilisi,,n«, ι ni' Ιι l; hi» pkjKirti luanbootl M· i ifli.l h In |>rln<lpl·" > itti «lin. .1 1 <u α· rtfl·.·■· hl· prlm Ιμΐ· · k» 1 · rtli- 1 ;i», that abbh I» wurtb lu·»·· ·ι..ιβ gold luorr lhaii bum ··■ · m lieu l» m ι» Μι- 1 t nuira taluablv (ban ilunmnit (onilatiln· I»t Cl· ·' n >'.< «·<! ibr folio· !■« 1 int· Tkvtv iiM a ne»· »kn ib» tut·*· ma a hi4 no nu··). » uni»· , aban «m· ha<t Ko rliarart**. a tINM j »b*u ba bail Du . iitpl- t m* at » lima • km h· va· I» ab*»l««· ···! "W (IM 1 ba< b» ItMilt ■ ··» t· hiamalf ba 414 M* cal·» to klManlf •Mil kt tiMWil Mntrif .ml el'b lb#> ••l*r I i a a 'atafiitr Ibl ■·.»·«« MM· (Nil la lb* Xlb fl»i4 I· 1*4 UHlhia I m* Mai «a ba dta «· a* «44 aiwMp bu la*» la Ma Kaa4a k* la 4mm*l b» la IfMBlM >4 kaMr, <4 Ma fatbvi a koato M «a»» ib» amMi M at· fubn · b—aa I fa»·· kmih «baa I. Ma ·>« rv> bat* ilmmé iMk*· aa4 4rlt»« a»4 liai ara I· Ibr f»«b«i a Mwu ««4 I a» ow Wtr a·· a» 'M bai' It ««a a •ml«4 <oa4ttt»a. bat k» · aata le kmaiW W» »o«Va »lwt !b» ■<··« mmm λι ·· to h ι * .( h·* ;*>i*oIwd ΐ■> return :ο hl» fath· ; Mr· hdd to *·> to h!» '*th.· ■·,..· ■. f.<· «*> in all hi· r.tK lldi and » .·' h.-dn· ·« Krld-nJ. If • mi r . '..«rfc, ι., ti'od ind i»:irli» poU *111 κ t ■ hi til JuM .4» >ou ate Sorti... ..sain t.>nl<[h' I'HIminî rh ►:«*« il·» Hold Jail Itri'nk at ΠγιιμπηιηηΙ li; Γη» \l|i'giil Ki>fïrr.. H··..» η» Τ·*χη·> July I.! Two primmer» held In tin· count) Jail 1er· .>ii i)·,arecs of for*«>r» eff.M ted in ■ .i|w Ihumdii) tilatit ti) unlock ii* ih· · ι door* with wooden key* nitl pry In κ out » l»iir in rU«· «indu» >f ih·· run around Th<· prisoner* * e re J. Κ Tillman and I. W Hoone Tillman w ti m lndlrtt'4 on several "ount- for passing bogus checks on he merchants of Rrownwuod and I* wanted liv the federal court for n» η κ the malls for fraudulent purpose Boone stands indicted for signing ι former partner'» name to >t check rhe men were discovered !>>' fellow irlsoners when they pried off the >iir, but l>y the time these could give he alarm the) had effected their ··» ape and once out in the dark, no race of theiri could be found Yesterday afternoon two men ans wering their description were seen en milt's or more north of Brown wood and a posse of men headed by he sheriff Is now out In seari h of hem \V.\ll WAS SKTTIiKI). t4M>s4\rlt Kiitertuinol Admiral ViiniuiiHito ami Aoki at l.uin tieon New York, July 1 :i.—A peace oilference of hardly less irnport tnce to the United States and Ja l>au than now In session at The lia sue was held at Oyster Bay yester day when Admiral Yamamoto of J a pan and Viscount Aoki, Japanese 1 ambassador, arrived there tor un of- I ftclal visit of respect to the preel- ' dent. Both the distinguished Japan ese having taken advantage of all opportunities to make public declar ations of the peaceful and friendly intentions of their native country, [it is expected the tone of their con ference with the president will par take of the same pacific character. Before the departure. Captain Kongo of Admiral Yamamoto's I suite said the admiral was greatly J pleased with the cordiality shown I him at the luncheon In the Hotel Astor yesterday. \tta<ke<l I n Drunken I'axsi'iiger Conductor Henr\ Barkle> had to 1 contend Thursday with an obstreper nus passenger and he came In toda> ' from hi- Denlson run with his head 1 lied up, but he says you ought to ' set· the other fellow Mr I ï ;· ι k I « \ w i.- conductor <m No |l last night, and after passing Dal- « las he found a great big six footet · mi 'h·· train just drunk enough to |< be a fool lie refused to give up his j ticket. The conductor started ton have the train Mopped when the , fi-iiow m the tMM Im paaatai At· l· 1er ware! s when th«* train had slop ped and Mr Berkley passed out on [ RVSHINO m GROWLER Houston Saloon lien .Setting Beer by the Bucket Under New Law. Houston, Texas, Jul ν l.'î. The ' îewest piia.se of the Daskiri-McGreg-1 )r liquor law is thai it does not at- [ ect the growler trade or Ihe bottle | rade. An individual, firm or corpor- I ition can open up a place and sell ! >eer by the bucket, or whisk> by I he bottle, and just so long as the j Iquor is not drunk on the premises, t will not be ne<«ssar> for the deal- Γ ι to tile application for a permit as j ι retail liquor dealer or to file nppii· Γ at ion with the county judge Tiie α en 1er who sens ikjuuib w m· u ire not <1 r il u k oil the premium is lu m wis»· affected Ιι> the former rul ηκ of AmtlHtant Attorn»·.* General 'ullard. which to the »-ff«-< ' thai | he dealers would havt- to clow H-mlltii; ih·· taauance of η permit Phi* I* a question that I» now «Dr ying the Μίαυη men in thin «tat»· The majority have not » limed In touaton. nor In Ualvi-Μιιη. though ill ha»·· · looed in San Antonio. In iwl) other plat-en w»m<· ha»»· » lowd ind others have not All are keep ing thel· ι Jt< rltw* to the κ rutin·) ιttd lUiwutiiK. mil ih· · know n«»r fc ht ti thr word ό·'» »·· doer* ι h in»· that thrv muai rha* Within *he |w·! |h« da»- l it u|i litiratlona hat· bdra filed »t'h the | flerk of th«* court »hil·· ·h. «iu< tpplUaii'a tppllrtl for permit·· ffoht the «lai·· auihorttlea In Xtiatln Am··»» th· a|tflit«Rt» oer·· >>»m< ft · H it-.. * I II ·) II'· In makr kMllltltNHi fol prrmlt» III Ih.»' th·* liquor tkr> aell I' not drunk an th» i>ri>ntlM* Ht» ιηΐιηκ Irwk th· itturtri j.-nt-ral · iff».. wjll· Ί ·»« r»i4*r*4 to Λ iH»r Hinluw <i( J ι. «ι»« >.·ι·. tMr .· ι »d » M« h ha fust ·*«τΜ Hniute·, t> a· Wh »· "A .«rfariit»·. ia4MMwl nr fit m . .«··<· In »he *«1» <4 tainaira'· ta* iiqeem *Hh»r ι· «mMIm at ■Hkr ulMi >*4 mw. or a·· uliui a*d I··· ι·«»*μ>ΜΙ iww k* μ·Μ no lt Nt 4ratk u· th* >whi Tlf U· >··<ι«4 h» th· thirtieth Wgiata 4m» «·♦» iktlwil·) a j II·-rt ·· «an*·* I· «hat H · .tuuieati *» tkr if»· -«twit t-aauwaa fc«< « » A«fMMMIIm· naa« *mU '.etnalrat < I |ti 'tqeom tt'Vi In q«h»ttthm «4 <«<· (illmi i«t fir» ar (MM rati··· ·« W. >Mh at* mm 4r»ai m th» pu ia>n ht »*4e« ha •V Miilawi a «••«•epiwhUeh «tt! The Pesky Flies The fîtes m ι nuhmct inJ the ίι ί·» λ ι' · is kept tn,>\ fri\ in. ·ιι •ut r 1 ft' w . i · m ulf mtst'rihle λ 'n rn In >plte "f her ·?* >rts r*i irn tie !ett t X 1-f w I» « OIT II * HKKMSi l»Rl >· '**' The Great Semi-Annual Clearance SALE at the Matthews' Store <ir <r t * to continue all of NEXT WEEK EVERYTHING ON SALE \MUt\hews Bros.\ I > ι not be required to file applicution ['j for permit as a retail liquor dealer ! or to flle^ petition with the county 'Judge. It is only necessary that lit pay to the lax collector of the | county the fax Imposed under the net and receive the license. This may he done the day the law becomes ef fective." The effect of this opinion is that if dealers discontinu*· selling beer hv the glass to be drunk on the premises, they can continue to sell t<» those who bring bucket» or other vessels and carry the beer away. It will not be necessary where this is don»· to secure permission from the residents of the block, for the reas on that th· count>. not the Vustin authorities, pasn upon the applica tions All that is necessary is to pa> the county and city collector* the tax imposed b> the new law and i« licence will be issued at one»· 4 >4 >M ■ ι»ιι "Nittl Mission R. J Hoftte left thin morning fc Hnni'v Grove in τ••^ρ»»ιι-.· to ι un·: nun·» Mating that on* of hi* rhlldre h .id died I here lam niichi from a at lark of roan»-Hon Mm lleeti ■pie Çjreat ut it·»» UK··* · α i«t H·· l»r (fc* te«*t tttutt) Co· > k**t> t*4 *· »'· itlil t 'h· ! «*4 "I <fc· pri» »· . > ' f . ««ι » ·> t·· . . !\«r* 1 .<> % .«elloc tkoiit f ;f <4· r.4 '*· f ·»** pr'—» w* «eîhnt - ■·> ft. o.c '» '«M»t <)·· ΡΜφΜΜ C. Y. Thomson 6 Co.. f ' 4 « <l . a f ·