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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Congressional . . .
•OUtrlçt Ortcee . .
Representatl Ǥ
County Offices . .
Precinct Offices .
City Aldermen . .
Other City Offices
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Terms strictly In advance.
All announcements under this
bead are made subject to the action
of tbe ^emocrattc primary elections
la July.
For Representative Place No. 2.—
J. W. SINGLETON.
For Sheriff—
HENRY FORBES.
For Connty Clerk—
JOHN M. LOGGINS.
For County Attorney—
CHARLEY PIPPEN.
J. A. LAWSON.
For Tax Assessor—
JACK KILLEBREW
T. H. CAMPBELL.
For County Collector—
TOM FORREST.
GEO. F. SMITH.
L. L. JETER.
GEO. C. SWEATT.
LUTHER B. BENTLEY
For County Treasurer—
WILL DAVIS
JOHN JOHNSTON, JR.
For Constable Precinct No. 1—
J. J. McCALPIN
For Justice Peace Precinct No. I.—
M. H. FINCH.
CANADA WELCOMES PRINCE.
Royal Reception for Heir Apparent
to England's Throne.
Quebec, July 22.—His Royal High
ness George Frederick, Prince of .
Wales, and heir apparent to the ;
throne of the United Kingdom and
the British Dominions, will this
afternoon make his triumphal entry
into the ancient city of Quebec. En
tering the harbor aboard the magni- j
flcent British cruiser Indomitable,
escorted by a navy squadron, the
prince will iar.d at the navy wharf.
The British, American and French
war ships will fire a royal salute, the
bells of all the churches of the an
cient city will peal in unison, whist
les will blow and thousands of loyal
Canadians will cheer their future
»lj*relsu. The presentation of the
civic address of welcome to the(.
prince will not take place until to
morrow afternoon. His Royal High
ness will take part In -many elabor
ate ceremonies, in connection with
the tercentenary celebration, before
departing next Wednesday morning.
He is accompanied by a brilliant
staff. The Governor general and other
Canadian officials and Vice-President
Fairbanks were received by the
prince on board the cruiser today.
"Academy of Nobodies."
Paris, July 22.—"The Academy of
Nobodies" is the newest Parisian in
stitution. Despite the apparent ln
cluslveneae of Its name, the new or-.
ganlzation promises te be exceeding
ly exclusive. Only those who have no
ambitions, aptltddes,'pretensions. ti
tles. honors or dignities' of any kind
will be Instantly expelled. The news
papers are having a great deal of
fun with the new academy, but so'
far there has been no great rufh for
membership.
.1ZÎ « '
•fMtlr ImtmmJ Tell Lia· raclIKi··
Thi· company having
filtoed in operation a
ar*e number of direct
throurh circuit· be
tween the important
town* in Texaa and
Arkanaa· ia enabled to
offer ita patron· a
more prompt, efficient and compre
heniive lunr diatance aervice than
heretofore. No intermediate «ta
lion· on the*e circuit·, thu· insur
ing a minimum of interruption·. A
new line ha· lust been completed
from Bowie to Binccold which i·
there met with a line of the Pioneer
Telephone Co., thu· fusnlihinr a
flrat eta·· service to Oklahoma Citr
Guthrie A weatern Oklahoma point·.
The Southwestern Tele·
graph A Telephone Co.
Η. Ν. Nycu
NORTH SIDE SQUARE
There Is nothing better (or the
price than the Barbecue to be had
at my market. Try my Sliced Boiled
Ham If you want to enjoy your
lunch. '
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ΜΟΓΧΤΑΙΧ ΓΚΑΚ.
Mountain Peak. Texas, July 21.—
We are having good rains here and
the cotton crop is looking fine. The
corn crop is about made and is mod
erately good. The insects are not re
ported as doing much damage to
cotton, but bad stands are complain
ed of.
A protracted meeting is in pro
grès here, conducted by the Metho
dists. Rev. Hightower preached Sun
day. »
A good crowd attended the picnic
at Oak Branch Thursday.
J. T. and S. W'. Bromley have just
returned from a trip out west, taking
in the soldiers' reunion at Stamford.
Church spent one day last week with
Mrs. Kobe Hickey.
.-j ι ids y school i ι rogrtssing nico
;> at toil place.
Λ number of our young people at
tended the Chautauqua last week.
Mrs. Born Hickey and daughters.
Eddie and Mary, are spending a few
weeks with their daughter and sis
ter. Mrs. Pearson, in west Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom i,oilier and Mrs.
J. K. Smith spent a pleasant day
with Mrs. D. Collier one day last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Colston and
family visited their daughter, Mrs.
Sam Hickey.
Miss Pert Perry and mother visit
ed Mrs. C. C. Banks Saturday.
The meeting at this place is pro
gressing nicely under our pastorf,
Kev. J. E. Crawford. The singing is
They report #ropç good out there and
like the country fine.
F. W. Hollenbaugh and son, Bob,
are out west prospecting, expecting
to move there.
L. O. Moore, cashier of the Farm
ers' National Bank of Midlothian,
spent a few hours at Mammoth
Springs Sunday.
Young people in abundance were
at Mammoth Springs Sunday.
Mrs. J. R Tucker and daughter·
met with a serious accident Thurs
day while on .their way to the pic
nic at Oak Branch. Their buggy
phaft in some way got broke and a
piece penetrated the shoulder ot
their horse causing a severe hurt.
They were assisted back home by Mr.
Sam Hinkle near whose home the
^ccldent occurred.
Mrs. Griffin of Ferris is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Good
win at present.
A Jack Beall club is being formed
here and many voters are becoming
members.
The F. U. of Α., assisted by oth
ers worked out John Washington's
crop Friday. He has been in bad
health quite awhile.
The candidates for state and coun
ty offices spoke at Mountain Peak
Monday night. A good crowd was
present and good humor prevailed.
L. R. Meredith and C. T. Pitts
went to Galveston Saturday and
back Monday. *
A large tent is being put up at
Mountain Peak in which to conduct
services. Two weeks' meeting and a
big revival is expected.
Dr. J. T. Shytlee has a list of 75
voters Indorsing the public record of
Hon. Jack Beall and the list still
grows. Mr. Beall is very popular at
his old home and will receive a
strong vote
COLLIER'S CHAPEL.
Collier's Chapel, Texas, July 20.—
Mr. A. Thomas is building a new ad
dition to one of his tenant houses.
The health of this community la
very good.
Mr. Georç» Williford, who happen
ed to a serious, accidert and shot his
loot, is 'mproving very slowly.
Mr. J. Henry MlUer happened to
a serious accident by sticking a knife
tri hit; arm Thursday.
Miss LUlie Freeman and Miss Alice
I being led by Mr. 'Claud Bell of Hills
boro.
Mr. Olsen Thomas and Mr. Grafton
Nycum of Waxahachle were on their
farm Monday.
There will be a sermon preached
at this place for the old folks. All
are Invited.
We had a nice rain which was
greatly needed on the crops.
Miss Willie Whitnotle spent .Sun
day evening with Mies Bessie Smith.
I Mr. and Mrs. Will Pigg visited
Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Kelley Satur
day night.
Mr. Bill Kelley of Rockett was in
Waxahachle Saturday.
RANKIN.
Rankin, Texas, July 21.—There U
considerable sicknees in our com
munity. The list of sick, so far aa
the writer has beard is Mrs. J. S.
Rains, little John Rains, Mr. Clark,
Mr. Bony Rankin, Mrs. Seabolt and
Roy Curd. Most of these sèem to be
improving.
We had a fine rain last night, giv
ing a good season. It is too late to
affect corn much but it Is fine on
pastures, cane, cotton, etc.
Smiles are seen on most every far
mers' face. The prospects are for a
big crop, s^id that means easy times.
The Baptist protracted meeting
began here last Friday and held ser
vices twice each day except Sunday
night when it was rained out.
Quite a number of people were
surprised to learn that there was a
marriage Sunday. Ti\p happy parties
were Mr. Jesse W. Jones and Miss
Willie Berry. The ceremony was per
formed at 10 a. m. by Rev. Givens,
at the home of the bride's parents.
May their lives be long, prosperous
and happy is the wish of their many
friends.
Mr. Bailey Curd was at home Sat
urday and Sunday, and reports that
he is to teach the Howard school
next winter.
Miss Bessie Curd left here Satur
day to visit her father in Robertson
county.
Mr. Matt Simpson and wife visited
relatives near Bardwell Sunday.
Mr. Will Dawson and family have
returned from a week's visit to rel
atives.
Mr. Moye and wife of Ennis visit
ed Mrs. Canta Goodwyn Sunday.
M)\K KLM.
Lone Elm, Texas, July 20. Crops
are looking well sine·1 the rains of
late The rain that fell the nigh» of
the 19th was greatly needed. a-s the
ground was getting very dry.
The meeting at Sardis has been
going over a week with large crowds
at every service. We expect a good
time the 29th at Sardis. the W. O.
\V.. W. C. and F. U. of A. and both
Sunday schools are going to have a
picnic. Everybody is cordially invited
to come and bring well filled baskets.
In fact, we want to have an old time
picnic.
The health of the community is
very good, except Miss Lillie John-1
son, who has been quite sick but is
improving some.
Mr. Bill Cox was up in here last
week, Bill said he was headed for
Midlothian, so he drove on. The ma
jority of the people take the Enter
prise through herez for Bill never
misses a man when he gets in a
community.
Mrs. S. S.,Odom spent a pleasant,
evening Saturday with Mrs. G. W.
Chapman.
Mrs. Workman and children vinit
ed her sist«r, Mrs. Parrish. one even
ing last week.
Mrs. Edmond Chapman was in I
our community Monday.
Little Miss Myrtle Chapman is !
spending a week with her grand par
ents at Onward.
OAK BRANCH.
Oak Branch, Texas, July 21.—
Mrs. Mary J. Jordan is on the sick
list.
Farmers are wearing a long smile
on account of the long dry spell be
ing broken up with a good rain.
The picnic was enjoyed by a large
crowd and the two addresses given
by Rev. McClure of Waxahachi*
were highly appreciated.
Just after noon a fright took
place among the stock. Mr. Ducket's
horse landed in the branch and de
molished his buggy but no one was
seriously hurt.
Mr. Olen Turner of near Boz was
a guest of Mrs. Ellis Sunday night.
The Oak meeting was postponed
until August 13.
The camp meeting is to commence
Friday night, the 31st inst. Many ]
J campers are expected. |
I Biehop Bros, have pulled in their
1 thresher for this season.
1
I)KV BRANCH.
Dry Branch. Texas. July 21.—We
had a nice rain Saturday night.
Crops are looking fine around Drj
Branch. *
Mr. Joe Ross has been very ill toi
the past week but is improving now.
Mr. Willie Brown of Waxahachie
has been visitng the Dry Branch
community for the past week.
Miss Carrie Roes and Miss Lee El
la Presley spent a pleasant after
noon Sunday at the home of Miss
Lillie Harding.
Mr. Bruce Wilhoite attended the
the ball game Saturday on the Sims
farm.
Mr. W. R. Wilhoite and Mr. Earn
est Brandon of this place were in
Forreeton Saturday afternoon.
Mre. Minnie Branch of Mississippi
is visiting her eieter, Mrs. Alice
Dearing, of Dry Branch.
Ο VILLA.
Ovilla, Texas, July 21.—Ovilla if)
all smiles this morniDg as we have
had a nice rain. Everybody should
be thankful for this nice rain.
Well, we had quite a large crowd
at the picnic. Everybody seemed to
enjoy it. There was plenty to eat for
everyone.
The Presbyterian camp meeting
has begun here at the camp ground.
Everyone is cordially invited* to
come and lend a helping hand.
Mr. J. A. Cason has been on the
sick list but is better at this writing.
Mrs. J. E. Perkins has been quite
sick with typhoid fever but is bet
ter.
Ovilla 'has organized a baseball
team. Mr. Leonard Curry is captain.
They will accept all games as soon
as they learn how tg play.
FORKE8TON.
Forreston, Texas. July 21.—We
had a Sue rain here Sunday night
and everything is looking cool and
fresh.
Mr. Joe Rogers and wife of How
ard passed through the neighbor
hood Saturday.
Mr. D. H. Hamlin and Mr. Dave
Hamlin left here last week for the
state of Tennessee. ·
Mr. Harve Pearson visited home
folks last week.
Mr. John Hampton is visiting hie
mother this week. Mr. Hightower is
visitiag his sons here from Lamar.
Mr. M. D. Dugger has been on
the sick list this week.
There are a good many sick folke
over the settlement.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cure· Colds. Croup aud Wtooopin* Cough.
i
The South Sea Whiskers Trade.
"In the south sens whiskers is a rarl
ty," said a sailor. "Most of them then
Maoris baa hair lens faces, like a girl's
When a young Maori, at the age of six
teen or so. finds himself endowed witi
whiskers he blesses the day when he
was born, for now, by tar. he knows
his whiskers will keep him from want
in his old age.
"Purzlin", ain't it? I'll explain It out
to you.
"The Maori chiefs down Tahiti way
wears a complicated headdress, and a
necessary part of this here headdress
ta a lot of stiff tofts of white whisker·.
The headdress mtkfts pays for whit·
whiskers their weight In gold.
"Bo, yon see, old feelers with snowy
spinach Is In demand In the south seas.
Contractor* keeps herds of these old
feller·, the same as drover· keep·
•beep, and regMar In June and Decem
ber the semiannual sbearln' come· off.
"The early white harvest Is loaded
•o to pirogues, and the contractor· put·
«at over the roarln' coral reef·, and
from Island to Island aells to the chiefs
big handfuls of that there snowy fluff
for Its weight in French gold."—New
Orleans Times-Democrat.
The family medldne la tbouaaiids or
borne· for 69 year»—Dr. Thacher'· Liver
Vtd Blood
The Irresponsible Child.
Small Boy (noticing the Phi
» Kappa key banging from the mini*
ter's watch chain)—Did you find it
again, or is this another?
Minister—Why, my little man. what
do you mean? I never lost It.
I Small Boy—Oh, mother said you had
I lost the charm you bad when you were
I young·.—Judge.
Saw Thing·,
j Oculist (trying'various glasses)—How
do they look now? See them any bet
ter? Mr. Wunmore—Well, the green
ι giraffe I can sbee Arab rate, bet that
red el'phant an' the purple 'potamug
■till look kinder—kinder blurred.— I
Peck.
Sympathy. 1
"What made you kick JtnipeOB?" j
"He called me an aae."
"Ob, well, kicking is a characteristic
et mm, but I shouldn't think you'd Γ·»
want to coDlrn J ins peon's statement'
*o quickly."—Load*· Telegraph.
Why It Was There.
▲unty--Tommy, I ρ tit three pic» Ins
here yesterday, and a«w there to emly
one. How is that? Tommy—Pleas», ft
was to dark, aunty, I didn't see that
one!— Punch. <
Read the Advertisement*".
HON. R. R. WILLIAMS.
The above out ha* been printed in the Dallas News, Fort Worth
Record and other state papers, and is said to be a fair likeness of the
Hopkins county candidate for governor who has fair chances to be nom
inated in th-e primary election Saturday.
SPECIAL PURCHASE
OF
SHIRTWAISTS
W e have received
by express «seventy
five fine Shir twaists
which oura buyer
picked up at prices
representing about
one half of the ac
tual values. The
materials are La wns
and Lingirie, also
Allover Nets in
cream, white and
solid black; the
styles are the very
best and each
waist is correctlv
tailored. It is our
purpose to close
out these waists at
prices less than
wholesale cost, so
come in tomorrow
and see the best
waist values ever
offered in the city,
at
1.11,1.38,1.6S IIP TO 4.40
\ JOLESCH & CHASKA
CHEERFUL NEWS. {
There is a place in town where you can get clothes
statisfaction. No 4Mf's," "and's" or "but's"—just !
satisfaction or your money back. Every garment
made to individual measurement. If you come to us .
once you will come to us always. No words >
wasted in our ads—we simply want to show you, |
Suits to order, $20, $25.00, $27.50, $30-00 or-$35.00. j
East Side Square. CALVIN BR.OS
Fans! Fans! Fans!
Get you a fan and keep cool.
We have plenty of both Ceiling and Desk Fane in stock.
Phone us and we will do the rest.
Waxahachie Electric 4 Gas ;
COMPANY — J

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