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No. 203 leaves 9:25 a m No 201 leaves 5 35 ρ m No. 5 (Flyer) 9:09 ρ m M. At 'Γ. Γ.—West Boulin. No. 85 leaves 8:26 a m No. ν 3 leaves 0:53 ρ rj No >ΐί> west hound arrives 11:15 a. m. Connects at Garrett with train from the north and south from Corsicana. No S7. west bound arrives 4:05 p. m Connects at Garrett with train from the nortu Fast Bound. No S2 leaves 0:24 a m—connects at Funis for Houston. No 86 leaves 9 06 ρ m No. 8 8 leaves 10:00 a. m. Connects with north hound. No. 84 East hound leaves 3:00 ρ m. Connects with north bound and southbound to Corsicana Trinity and Brazos Valley. Southbound. No. 5 leaves 9:35 a. m. Northbound. No. 6 leaves 6:30 ρ in Kemeniber this. If there are any new creations Iri printing the Enter prise Publishing Co.. is prepared to furnish th >m to you tf ♦♦♦♦♦«♦m ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ NEWS OF THE STAGE. « ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ Coining Attractions. Thomas Dixon in "The Traitor," February 10. Uncle Josh Perkins, February 11. Uncle Josh Perkins. "Uncle Josh Perkins," the great comedy success, is coming for an engagement of one night at the op era house on February 11. The play is built on original lines and is said lo be presented by a brilliant com pany, who make the most possible out of every type of character enac ted, while built largely for laugh ing purposes, there is enough path os, human interest and thrilling sit uations unfolded to suit all classes of men. women and children too. The forthcoming engagement of this company will doubtless attract un usual attention from the playgoers of the city. The Traitor. Thomas Dixon, .Ir.'s last novel of his reconstruction triology, The Traitor," vied with "The Clansman" in popularity amongst the reading public, and it is still a tremendous selelr although it is over a year old. The play founded on this novel, which is the joint work of ("banning Pollock and .Mr. Dixon, is, however, a hundred times stronger than the novel. While the characters and. chief incidents are for the most, part the same, the story is much more ef fective in its dramatic form, in oth er words, it is a story that is intense ly dramatic from beginning to end. Then again the play offers opportun ities for ι he introduction of new ideas which need the pictorial pres entation ;>f the staire for their pow er to be utilized to the fullest ex tent. The novel has been a good foundation but the superstructure of the plav is after all the real point of interest. As Hamlet said, "The play's the thing," and it far surpas ses the novel in interest, intensity and power. In fact, viewed as a play "The Traitor" is far more effective than "The Clansman" for it tells a more dramatic story. The two plays are indeed the classics of the south and as one is supplementary to the other, all who saw and enjoyed "The Clansman" will naturally be eager to see its sequel The Traitor" will I be the attraction at the opera house ' Wednesday night. \l (he Majcsllc. Do you want to laugh? Then go i tf> the Majestic and see Whitman Air Davis in their comedy sketch enti I iled "His Little Game." ifs a good ] one and the manner in which it is j presented causes the laughs to come 1 fast. The sketch gives each member ! of the team an opportunity for some I real clever acting, and Mr. Whitman is especially good iu making Quick changes from one character to ano ther. Miss l>ollie Garrison is the singing and dancing soubrette for this week. < 'IT Y A X NO l' XCEMENTS. All announcements under this head are made subject to the action [of the white man's primary lo be held February 16. !"or Mavor - A LASSWELL. For Alderman. Ward 1 ED PU'MHOFF I·' r Alderman, Ward 2 F. B. KENNER. For Alderman, Ward 3.— J. T. SULLIVAN llevanietliylenctet rami lie. ι The above is the name of a Ger man ehemical which is one of the ι many valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney Remedy. Hexamothylenete t ramlne is recognized by medical text books aud authorities is a uric acid solvent and antisi ptlc for the urinr Take Foley's Kidney Remedy I as soon as yon notice any irregular ities and «Toid a ««nou· Mialady. Β π. γηγΙι * ♦ ♦ ♦ I'KKSONALS * ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ Miss Xlarv Smith is visiting in Austin. W. L. Steele of West spent Han dily in the city. J. M. Patterson returned this morning from a trip to West Texas. Aiis. M. F. Boyd of Dallas is visit ing relatives and friends in the city. Pete Kllis and Ben Knoch left this morning on a business trip to Okla homa City. Mrs. John Pruitt and two little (laughters of Dallas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gates 011 West Main I si reel. Rogers Hotel Arrivals. I H. Wilson, St. Louis; Geo. H. Albin, Springfield, ().; Mrs. S. King. [New York; J. D. Watkins, New Or leans Κ. M. Hackett, Fort Worth; K. ('. McQueen, Fort Worth; M. A ; Powell, Hillsboro; T. .1. Pearce, Chi cago; W. 11. Hall, St. Joseph, Mo.; R. T. Shaffer, San Antonio; J. C, Gibson, Hillsboro; Geo. W. Eislove, 'New York; J. It. Alexander. Tyler; Robert Jolly, Louisville, Ky.; K. W. I Hart til a 11, Dallas. Big I lu il road Deal. Richmond. Va., Feb. i>.—A special meeting of the stockholders of the , Chesapeake and Ohio railroad com ! pany met in the general offices of I'he corporation today, and ratified ι the action of the board of directors \ 111 authorizing r bond issue of $30, I iitto,000 for tin· purpose of perman ently financing the-road. J. P. Mor I gan Ai Co . and Kuhn, Loeb & Co., ■ are said to have subscribed for the ! issue. Tile road is now under new ! management, and it is stated that it may form an alliance with other systems with the intention of even tually securing a terminus at both oceans < >k!alioma Prosperous. iiUahoma City, Okla., Feb. 9.— I ,ii |ncts of big crops and a year of ! 1, in ι .-tented prosperity In the new (Maie resulted in an unusually large attendance when the retail hard ware and Implement dealers of Ok lahoma opened their annual conven tion here today The session will last 1 hfet^days. One of the lrnport ant subjects slated for discussion Is "How to secure the- passage of good laws and prevent freak laws." ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ; » ♦ ! ♦ I/OCAIi NKW8 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ — ♦♦♦♦ ; "Use the New Phone." tf j Montgomery, photographer. t( Guess who I. B. Wide-awake Is. tf For Valentines phone Bird For- : rest. 270 ' I F. S. Cronk & Co., sen rooting ! cheap. tf j H. W. MADSON, contractor and ; builder. tf ! Want ads, time savers and monay makers. See the fire extinguisher at F. S. Cronk Co. tf Advertising is the best insurance against bankruptcy. Born, to J. H. Hunter and wife, Sunday, a fine boy. Before selecting your Valentines phone Bird Forrest. 2 70 Use the New Phone's "Long Dis tance." Don't forget. tf Short orders, fresh oysters and lake trout. Eatitoriuin. 67 Toinatoe and cabbage plants, 25c per 100. Bird Forrest. tf Don't forget the matinee at the Lyric tomorrow at 3:30 p. m. 266 Eighteen rolls toile! paper and holder fur $1.00 at Cronk Co. tf Buy your pumps from F. S. Cronk Co. All kinds. Prices "way down"tf The Daily Light's Want Column will buy, sell or exchange anything. Buy your floor oil from F. S. Cronk Co., and keep down the dust. Carnation plants from bench in bud and bloom. 50 cents per dozen. 267 When you nee,1 a plumber, call Bunkley, with F. S. Cronk Co. Both Phones 8 4. tf Table board per week or month $3.50 week or $12.50 per month. Eatitorium. 267 Make you a pretty window box j while carnation plants are cheap, j Bird Fol'rest. 266 When jou buy garden and flower jseed. get the best. We have them. I Bird Forrest. tf ! Fine large carnation plants Tues ; day and Wednesday at 50c per doz ; en. Bird Forrest. 266 E. Wilklns, the well known piano • tuner is here. Orders received at j Hood & Curlin's. dtfw3 ! The want ads are read by others ! as well as you, try a want id and j see the work it will do. j Who makes plans and builds mod I ern homes? See S J. Erwln, con tractor. Office phone 490. tf An unusual opportunity to get a I ton of $K.5<> coal for only $7.00, I phone VVaxahachie Ice Works. 71 ι Either phone, No. 49. will get the Waxahachle Livery and Transfer (Ό. Prompt attention given to all rails. All Lump MeAlister coal—no ι slack for the next week »7.00 per ! ton, phone Waxahachie Ice Works. 71 Sali· on carnation plants, Tuesday j and Wednesday, February !) and ! 1 '>. at ft0c per dozen. Bird Forrest. 2G6 Rev. ('. K. Lindsey, who has been j confined (o his home at Red Oak. is I improving; from a severe attack of ; lagrippe. Phone the Waxahaclile Livery and Transfer Co. when you want a trunk or baggage of any kind hauled, j l'hone 49. tf l'hone 11. A. McMillan at the Dal i ly Light office when you wai.t any ki.id of printing done. The best work guaranteed. ti The girls who are to take part in the "tacky" dance are requested to meet at the Klks' club rooms tomor row· morning at 10 o'clock. I am here strictly for the business and to give you the best up-to-date photos in your city. Mrs. C. E. Jack son, the leading photographer, tf Harding & Chase made the big gest hit of the season last night at j lie Lyric. Their work is all new and away from the tiresome old line of stuff. 266 The M. W. M. Club will meet with .Mrs. Lee Hawkins Thursday after noon at :i o'clock. All members who can not attend will please notify the hostess. Will Munroe of Kosse, who is as sociated with his brothers in the ownership of drug stores in Waxa haehie, Wort h am and Kosse, is here for several days. The Philathea class of the Metho dist church will have a business meeting tomorrow at 4 o'clock in tlie parlors at the church. All mem bers are requested to be present. At the regular meeting of the Ladies of the Maccabees tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock the new offi cers will be installed. About fifteen ladies from the Knnis lodge will be on hand to assist with the installa tion. All members are urged to be present. In Honor of Lincoln, Kditor Dally Light Please say that 1, as chairman of the Lincoln one hundredth anniversary connnit t"i». have hoard from most of the postmasters ami precinct chairmen 1 in thig county and that all are | working together to make the 12th | of February, 1909, a day long to be remembered. Some of the preachers and school teachers have reported that they will be on band and a number of ladles will also be pres ent; also Hon. W. 13. Franks, chair man of the Kilis county republican executive committee, will make a talk on that occasion <n keeping with the position he holds. We will have a number of speeches and a complete program will be ready when the time arrives. The principal subject will be "Malice To None: Charity to All." The Daughters of the Confedera cy and a number of Confederate Veterans have been seen and have accepted an invitation to take a lib eral part in the exercises. Everybody is invited. The time is February 12, 1 909, at 2 p. m. at the court house. W. A. MARTIN, Chairman. Meeting ol Elks. The regular meeting of the Elks will be held tonight. It is desired that ali members be present. BEN S. LEIGH, E. R. GEO. I,. GRIFFIN, Secy. $100 Reward. 8100. The readers of this papeF'will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all ι its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's ι Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitution al disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building lip the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faih in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dol lars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list, of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., To ledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 7">c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con-J stipation. d | M it'! ion . for Improvements. New Orleans. Feb. 9. Bids for | the pmchase of a new issue of $·(,- . Otin.nO'i in New Orleans improve- ] ment bonds w ill be opened today ι by the board of liquidation of the! city debt, and the bonds will be j awarded to the highest bidders at ; not h ;.s than par and accrued inter- ; 'est. The bonds bear interest at 4 per | cent, and the principal will fall due ; in 19-12. The proceeds will be used I in improving the sewerage and wa- ! ter service and in other work of vi- j tal urgency to the proper sanitation of the city and the conservation of j tue public health. W. Ο. Λν. Regular meeting of Elm Camp Xo. 46, W. O. W. tonight. Work in Protection Degree. J. Λ. SHORKS, C. C. LEM WRAY, Clerk. Depository for County Funds. At* Tuesday's session of the com missioners' court tile bid of the Wai aliachie National Bank lu become (he depository for the county's funds was accepted. The rate of interest to be paid on the county's funds dur ing I he present term of the county treasurer is 2 3-4 per cent, to be computed on the daily balances. (iift to Sheriff. A suspicious looking box was de livered to Sheriff Forbes Tuesday morning by one of the express com panies. An investigation showed that the box contained a pair of I lie fa mous "Duxback" pants, which were sent to him with the compliments of F. E. Shaffer of Denison. Preaching at Buyer. Services will be held In the Meth odist church at Boyce February 1 4. as follows: Sunday school 10 a. m. A. Fj| Dalinke, Supt. Pr««ching 11 a. m. anil 7:31) jr. m. Epworth League 3:30 ρ m. Strangers cordially invit ed tojall of ihese meetings. C. E. Lindsey, Pastor. Lincoln Stumps. , Postmaster McClain has received 1 three thousand Lincoln anniversary postage stamps which will be placed on sale February 12. The dale of Lincoln's birth, February 12, is printed on the stamps. Pneuiiiuonla Follows LaOrippe. Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar, for la grippe coughs and deep seated colds. Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow pack age. B. W. Fearls. d At the Lyric. "Cleopatra's Lover," or "A Night of Enchantment.'' This is a beauti ful picture. 266 Foley's Orino Laxative cureâ con stipation and liver trouble and mak es the bowels healthy and regular. Orino le superior to pills and tablets as it does not gripe or nauseate. Why take anything else? B. W. Fearls. d Foley's Kidney Remedy Cures Backache, Kidney and Bladder Trouble. It corrects irregularities, strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate the impurities from the blood and tones up the whole system. Commence taking Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and avoid Bright's Disease or Dia· betes. SO. and $1.00 bottles. B. W. FEARIS. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ WANT COLUMN ♦ ♦ ♦ WEATHER—Tonight fair colder with freezing, Wednesday fair. Max. 68; Min. 49. FOR RENT—A five room house. See Dr. Kepltnger. tf ORDERS TAKEN at the Daily Light office for engraved calling cards, tf FOR RENT—Four room house at 204 Briggs street. Apply to H. L. Wyatt. tf R. D. McOOMBS, Fire, life, accident, tornado, plat glass aDl live stock in surance. tf SOUND- A signet shirt waist pin. Owner can have same by calling at this office. 66 W AXA H AC HT Ε Hot Mineral water delivered daily. B. S. McCourt, old phone 461. tf FOR SALE—Fine Wyandotte eggs, $1.00 for 15. O. A. Finley, 401 Wil liams street. t2 7 8 STENOGRAPHER—Miss Lola Cur iin, office with G. C. Groce, Citizens Bank Building. oktf WANTED-—From one to two dozen young hens or pullets. See I). J. Mc Gee, phone 246. 268 WANTED Your order for ton of Lump McAlister coal at $7.00 per Ion. Waxahachie ice Works. 71 LOST Presumably in Empire thea ter, long fur scarf. Finder return to this office and receive reward. tf HAY FOR SALE—I have more hay than I need. Will sell it at my barn for 2Γ> cents per bale. Tom Bullard. tf LOST Bracelet in cemetery or be t ween there and Trinity University. Return lo this office and be reward ed. 268p COW FOR SALE Fine milch cow with young calf four days old. Ap ply at 1 1 Γι Aklridge street. A. L. Barr. 26pd DAY BOARDERS WANTED—At Loper house, 301 East Main street, close in, gooil table board $3.00 per week. 266pd LADIES- Cu-Onra tlie Crude Oil Hair Tonic will not leave the hair greasy, sticky, or gummy. Guaran teed by Hood & Curlin. 70pd FOR RENT A fine room house, with bath, sewerage and city water at $18 per month. Will be vacated Monday. See J. W. Martin. tf LOST -Sunday on square or Frank lin street, gold watch fob. Initial "L. E." on charm. Finder please re turn to Matthews Bros, and receive reward. 266 WANTED By March 1st, 3 furn ished rooms complete for light housekeeping. Must be close in and reasonable rent. Phone Sam Roy, Hotel Barber Shop. 268 CALVIN BROS., are prepared to at tend te your wants when they are In the gents' furnishing line. Clean ing, pressing and repairing receive their careful attention and satisfac tion is always guaranteed. Phone them and see. tf FOR SALE—Household, kitchen furniture, home-canned frtuts and a nice lot of meat and lard. Will be sold to the highest bidder, Friday, Feb. 12. at W. T. Morris' on Grove Creek. (11. F. Spalding farm). Come and get the benefit of bargains. 67p THURSDAY, FEB. 11 THE BIG FUN SHOW Uncle Josh SINGERS, DANCERS and COMEDIANS An Ever lasting Suceess Perkins See Uncle Josh at the County Fair Wafch ior the Big Parade of the Hayseed Band Prices 25c, 35c, 50c Kodak by Flash Light All you need to get a good flash light picture is a small package of Eastman flash sheets. It's easy and you'll be de lighted with the results. We will give you a little hook to tell you just how to get good flash light pictures. Try your luck at once; we have the flash sheets. H Χ ill THE REXALL DRUGGISTS "First in Everything" LADIES HOME JOURNAL COLLIERS WEEKLY and SATURDAY EVENING POST BINDERS ADDRESS BOOKS SCRAP BOOKS, Etc. Southern Printing Co. Bowd Farrar John D. McRae Y. D. Kemble Farrar, McRae & Kemble Attorneys=at=Law Office Northeast Corner Square WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS ant to Buy? an* to Rent? ant to Sell? ant to Lease? ant anything? If you do —then patronize the never failing "business getters." — Daily Light Want Ads work while you sleep Try one today. UJIiMIMII 11 I' w Not How Cheap, But How Good In the matt· r ι Price there are two ways of doing business. One is to ni ike a Pru'· i<» closi* a d«*t] and do th·· work to Id tin Prier Tin other way is t<> d< > t he w m k ι ht* w ay it ou£ht t>> (·<· don·· and « hargv a lair living Profit for the ser\ iee. Wtiy not lia\<* the be*t your money will '''(liiniMiul. If y ■ m w ant troud ser vice and a lair deal, se·· ε. s. bozp: Architect and Builder Office in Citizens National Jftanh Ο 111 ce Phone ^7 Residence Phone 7H Selective Ringing Party Lines Ο $1.50 per month —ο We ring only the party wanted wiili four parties on same line Ellis Co. Independent Telephone Co. F. S ISATON. Mer. Phone i 49 When, you want a Livery Rig of any kind WAXAHACHIE, Livery and Transfer Co ^■îcceseora to VATTON KEXNED7 CO.