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Laxative Fruit Syrup
PI«R«ent to tak· I
The new laxative. Doe· !
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver ,
troubles and chronic con
stipation by restoring the
natural action of the stom- |
ach, liver and bowels.
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Craighead Ci Penncr
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Puinl mi! Mid I'arwrhiinirinff, Dpoorat
Inif, Work, II.»rdw«mkI Finish all
kuiilM «»f Htmtniiu and VarniHliitiK ΛΙΙ
work urwhi*ηtiM'fl tw nut ixfrt't ion.
( )ld Phone WH.
€[| Our Selective Ringing
Party Lines are just as
good--and cheaper than
a private line.
Give us your order today.
Ellis Co. Independent
..Telephone Company..
F. 9. EATON. Met·.
Time Card
Effective March 14
Nolo cli ft h y' ' 'R In tcnvliu: time
nnd HiTlvliiR I lino WnxnlmPliU'
Tinln Ν». Π 1<»·ι«νρ*
Dnllaa dnHjr nt 9:80 a. m
λ\ lilf 10:.'!;. a 111.
Iljintwnll 1 1 : 00 n. m.
('"rule*no 1 1 : 45 u. in.
Tcagup 1: 2Γ> ρ ro
ΊΊ-ηΙιι No. (1 I.nivos
TritKUo ftl 2 :110 |> in.
Cnrnlcmm 3:50 p.m.
Itni'dwoll 4 : 81 p, m
V ixnliKfliln . 5:00pm.
Ar. Dull*» 0:10 p. m.
C. T. A P. A.
When you want a
Livery Rig of any kind.
Livery and
Τransfer Co
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frletiil» > ίκΐιΐιΐϋ you or If vour r>|n
lin·» or lilond* mn nwmr nn Λ Tl«|f
telephone the Dully Mghi Kvery
I (cm §lven ti* in appreciated by the
nmtingenieti1 of Hi" paper Phone
i; t Newton is lu t>nlln~ today
\V. M Tldwell of Ferrie Ih In the
rlly today.
s Κ Fowler went to Oreen ville
this morning
Henry Morten left last tiI«lit for
Midland where lie will ntay for some
Mrs Harry Parks has gone to
Cleburne to spend a week with rela
Col It II Connelly, ('. Ο Adklns
and J K. Uarker left last night on
a trip ι ο Toyali Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Κ Λ. Du Bone went
lo Venus last night to visit their
daughter, Mrs. I/mis Shackelford.
Mrs Λ. T. Willis lefl last night
for San Angelo in response ίο a
message announcing the serious Ill
ness of her son. Claud Willis.
Ileware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range Hie whole system when enter
ing It through the mucous surfaces.
Such articles should never he used
except on prescriptions from reput
able physicians, as the damage tlioy
will do is ten fold to the good you
ran possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by K. .1. Cheney Λ Co., 'Γ. ledo, O.,
contains no mercury, and Is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you «et the genuine. It
Is taken Internally and made In To
ledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Test Imonlaln free.
Sold by druggists, price 7fic per
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. d
ΙΙιιΐ'Κΐιιΐ') Policies Ιο <·<> Γρ.
Unltlmoro, Md \prll 7 Λ nicot
ine ι>1 ι ho Ιϊιιΐ'κΐιιr> Insurance As
sociation was hold hero today with
ri pii :ciitallv<>R from most of (ho
prlnclp.il burglary Insurance com
panies In (In- oounlry present Tho
principal tuples of discussion were
tin· advisability of mining tho rates
In New York f * 11 \ from $ 1 2. Γ. 0 for
i»M'h $1,1)00, and tho unifying of the
clauses In tho policies Issued by tho
different ι empailles.
Il was the concensus of opinion
that tin night hold-up rider oil
bank policies should bo eliminated
I>.-Hullo action on the proposed stan
dard ri Idenco policy will probably
In· laUnii this afternoon.
Notice to 1'inotorlain.
Waxahachlo Council No. 4fi9
meets tonight In regular session It
Is deal red that all members lie pres
ent. Business of Importance. Work In
I'ravtorlnn and I,ailles decrees
Λ M '/1 l'AllOTlIKUS, Η Λ
p. y. nocKRTT, \v. u.
Koley'H Honey and Tar Is η safe
guard again*! serious results from
spring ι ilils, which Inflame the
lungs and develop Into pneumonia.
Avoid counterfeits by Insisting upon
having the genuine Foley's lloney
and Tar, which contains no harmful
drugs. 11. W. FVarls, druggist. d
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at tlio Slum Library Thurs
day afternoon at Π o'clock.
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No. 6 (Flyer) leave» .... 7.20 a m
No. 20 1 leave· 7:32 ρ II)
No. 202 leaves 10:06 a 10
South Hound.
No. 203 leaves »:2F. a m
No. 2H1 leaves 5:35 ρ m
No. Γι (Flyer) 9:09 ρ m
II. «V T. Ο.—-Went Donna.
No. 8Π leaves 8:26 am
No. 83 leaves 6:53 ρ m
No. 8», west, bound arrives 11:15
a m. Connects at Garrett with
tralu from the north and
south from Corslcana.
No. 87, west bound arrives 4:05 ρ
m Connects at Garrett with
train from the north.
Kiist. Hound.
No. 82 leaves 9:24 a m—connect»
at Ennls for Houston,
No. Xfi leaven 9:06 ρ m
No. 88 leaves 10:00 a. m. Connect»
With north bound.
No. S4 liant bound leaven 3:00 ρ m
Connects with north bound,
and southbound to Corslcana
Trinity ιιικ] llrazo* Vulley.
No. 5 leaven 10:35 a m
No. β leaves 5 p. tn.
Trinity'* Schedule of Gaines.
Following Ih the schedule of
names to be played by the Trinity
University baseball team during the
month of April:
April 9 iinil 10 ltaylor University
:k Wuxnhachlc
April I I and 15 -Austin College
at Waxahachle.
April 21 Slate University at
Wnxah aelile
April 26- T. C. 1'. at Waxaha
May 4 T. C 1' al Waxahachle.
May 12 and IS Southwestern
University ai Georgetown,
May 14 and 15 llaylor Universi
ty at Waco.
Arrangements are being mado for
other games, which will probably In
clude a visit to Waco to play T. C.
U. Tile llrst college games for Wax
ahachle will be played Friday and
Saturday when llaylor University
comes here. Much Interest Is being
displayed lu the coming contest and
the Indications are that each gamr
will be largely attended
Does This Suit Tout
Hood Λ Curlln, the enterprising
druggists of Waxahachle, Texas, arc
having such a largo tun on "HINDI
1*0," the new Kidney Cure and
Nerve Tonic, and hear It so highly
praised that they now offer to guar
antee It In every case to cure all
forms of Kidney Troubles and Ner
vous Disorders.
They pay for It If It does not give
you entlro satisfaction.
If you nso It. it Is their risk, not
yours. A 50-cent box sent by mall
under positive guarantee. wtf
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Prompt attention glvon in all rail»
Phone Hip Waxaliathle l.ln rj and
Transfer Co whrp yon want η trunk
nr lingnRge of any kind hauled
Phone 4# tf
There will hi' η white unie lu- ill·1
improvement Society <if ι h·· Main
St γ··ι·ι Chi Ί-t Ian i-liurrh I'rltlto at
ι lu> (ilhaon building
It Is a mistake, I do not want to
sell my studio My work is a groat
pleasure and I am nroud of my stu
dio and the trade I have built up In
your pity Mrs. ('. Κ Jackson, Load
ing Photographer. If
If you have barknrbo and urin
ary troubles you should take Foley's
Kidney Remedy lo strengthen and
build up the kidneys so they will act
properly, as a serious kidney trou
ble may develop. B. W. Fearls,
druggist. d
maki: fast m ν
Kngiiie and ChIiooho icovrp Fifty
Seven Miles In Ninety Minute*.
An engine and caboose on the
Houston and Texas Central. In
charge of Conductor W. M. llanney
and Superintendent Sugree, made a
record-breaking run to Fort Worth
Saturday afternoon from ICnnls dur
ing the hlg fire. The news of the
conflagration reached the lOnnis of
fice early In the afternoon. Condtis
tor llanney lives at Fort Worth,
having charge of the Ennls-Fort
Worth local on the Central, and Ills
home wa» in I he heart of the burn
ed district.
An engine and caboose were plac
ed at the disposal of the conductor,
and the fifty-seven miles covered to
Fort Worth In ninety minutes. Two
stops were made, one for water and
the other to meet u train.
Λ Dollar for a l»me.
Trinity University has secured
Mr. Lemuel B. C. Josephs of New
York to give his Interpretation of
the Merchant of Venice. Mr. Josephs
lias appeared In tlx? role of Hhylock
throughout the middle states and
the southwest and has been well re
ceived II will be remembered Hint
Mr. Josephs hud charge of the de
partment at Trinity University two
years ago. coming from Dallas twice
a week. Ills work in (he university
whs of the highest order, lie will be
at the university auditorium Friday
evening. April I», at S o'clock. The
admission will be one dime
Death of It. T. I'ai'climuti.
Prof. R. T. Parchman, who Imt
been sick several months, died Wed
nesday morning about β o'clock al
Ills home In Ilullard Heights. Mr
1'archmun was R1 years old and wai
a splendid citizen. He leaves a wi
dow and several children to mourn
Ills death. Funeral services won
conducted at the Methodist ehurcli
Wednesday afternoon al 2 o'clock
Interinen' wiu, made at the city cem
etery. The funeral and burial servi
ces were attended by a large crowd
of friends of the bereaved family.
McCue Case with Jury.
A telephone message from Fori
Worth at 2 o'clock this aflernooi
stated thai the court's cburgu It
the McCue case was delivered to tin
Jury at 10 o'clock this morning- Al
2 o'clock no verdict had been η g reel
Hicks' Capiidlne Cures Hick Head
Aliso Nervous Headache, Travelert
Headache and aches from Grip
Stomach Troubles or Female trou
bien. Try Capiidlne It'h liquid —cf
fecta Immediately. Sold by drug
gist·. all
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ton. Aprlî Γι. η irlrl
Tim iwth Hot I.
Flol'i'Tlfi· N'l'Wlty ΠΚ·' ft
month llrliiim. April I
ΠπιΙ KnUIi1 Trmmfer».
F. W Plunk to .1 A Paisley, lot
In Italy: ||i50
Κ h il Fain Ιο Κ Κ At wood. three
lots In ΚηηΙκ: $2,rioo
.1 0. Culhertson to Κ II Oood
Ιοι·, 2 l-l acres out of III·· Win F.
Patlon survey; $13 5.
Κ Κ. At wood to (' Ε Kimball,1
three lots ill Klilils; $2,f>0u.
Π. F tirumhack to Γ S. Morton,
lot In Κ ri η I h ; $2.7 0»·.
.1 F. SliiKletoii to \V A. Jones, 1
7.ri acres out of the James Perry sur
vey; $4,500.
V. M. Mass to J. \j. Relt, lot in j
Waxahachie; $2,100.
Susan E. Penn et al to W. (!. Mc-|;
Claln, lot in Waxahachie; $5,C>oo, · j
Hoo<l Ai Ourlln (Jlve l'arts Itcgiinl
">g I>J'N|M'|>siu.
Λ11 hou ni» Indigestion and dyepep-1
tia me so prevalent, most people do
not thoroughly understand their!
ratine and cure. There Is no reason !
why people should not eat anything
they desire If they will only chew [I
it carefully and thoroughly. Many
actually starve themselves Into sick
ness through fear of eating every
good-cooking, good-melllng and good
lasting food, because It does not'
agree with them.
Dieting cannot cure Dyspepsia. If |
we refuse every article of food thai |
disagrees with us. before long we
haveuothlng left, and llnd ourselves
chronic dyspeptics.
We can cure dyspepsia. We are so
conHdeut of this fact that we guar-!
antee a cure, and promise to supply J
the medicine free of all cost to.
everyone who will use It, who Is
not perfectly satisfied with the re
sults which It produces. We exact no j
promises, and put no one under nny 1
obligation whatever. Hurely, noth- '
lug could be fairer. We are located j
right here In Waxahachle, and our [
reputation should he sufficient as- j
surance of the genulness of our offer. ;
We want everyone In Waxnhachle j
who Is troubled with Indigestion or
dyspepsia in nny form to come to
our store and get a box of Itexall
Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them homo
and give them a reasonable trial, ac
cording to directions. They are very
pleasant to take; they soothe the
Irritable stomach, strengthen und In
vigorate the digestive organs, pro
mote a healthy and natural bowel
action, Immediately relieve nausea
and all stomach Irritation, produce
perfect and healthy digestion and as
similation, and promote nutrition.
Λ 2fie package of Rexail Dyspep
sia Tablets furnishes 1 Γι days' treat
ment. In ordinary cases, this la suf
ficient to produce a cure. In more
chronic cases, a longer treatment,
of course, Is necessary, and depends
upon the severity of the trouble. For
such cases, we have two larger sizes
which sell for 45c and Site, llood Λ
CilrlIn, Druggists, Waxahachle.
To My Friends and Patrons:
This Is to notify you that I have
opened a new tin shop at 107 North
Rogers street. I am prepared to do
all kinds of tin work, roofing, gut
tering, flues and general repair
work. Call and see me. 1'hone con
nections. W. RCIU'BTER. Η
See one of tho greatest western
pictures ever shown in tho city at
the Empire. S
Ima Jim «ht Ivc* irnwdrd
with tir* fir«h botea
ι «m « «himng with «nap
py new *1>lr« «ml tahle·
imf· η with Shm* ton
vmitnt fut your *rln
tion Out Shoe Depart
nient wa« never in nu h
auprtb readinea* tn «up
!dy Ihr wan!· n( the Mm,
.adira and Chili!»«n with
Shoes lor dreaa up, *trrrt
or ordinary wear It ia
at complet* a Shoe atore
an yon will find in many
a day* journey And you
who art on thr shoe hunt
will do very well by
youraelvea to comr
ar ound our way and take
a prep at what's here in
thin ahop. We Know
the ahoes we carry. We
know the kind of men
who make our shoes, men
who stand behind un, and
we stand behind you.
Can you find any shop to
beat this kind of co-op
Ladies Shoes
A very choice line of fine
Kid Skins, in both black
and tans. Choice pat
ents in light or heavy
soles. Lace Ties, Ankle
Straps, Pumps, Gypsy
Dress Shoes
2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00
Street Shoes
1.50, 2.00
Children's Shoes
The little folks always
come In for a big share
of the pood things in
shoes. We always re
member them. And this
year is no exception, if
any difference, we have
got a better line now
than ever for our little
men and women.
Patents, Vici, Tans.
Sizes 1-5 -
Sizes 6-8 -
Sizes 9-11 -
Sizes 12-2 -
50c to 1.50
75c to 2.00
1.00 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.50
Men's Shoes
We are agents in Wax
ahachie for
Florsheim Shoes
5.00, 6.00
Eclipse Shoes
3.50, 4.00, 5.00
Ralston's Shoes
4.00, 5.00
Fellowcraft Shoes
3.50, 4.00, 4.50
American Gent. Shoes
3.50, 5.00
Beacon Shoes
Every Day Shoes
1.50, 2.00, 2.50
The Home of
Hart Schaffner& Marx
and Sterling Clothes
We Afn giving Premiums to
our customers. Every Γ> cents
nets ft ticket. Always call for
your tickets. Redeemable In
lois or *10.00, $16.00, $20.00.
Λ 4 2 piece Dinner Set with
$20.00 worth ot tickets and
$2.DO In ensh.
Waxahachie, - Texas
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Twr< 5if»! 10c îJk
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are not complete without
Responsible parties may have 10
■lays' trial before paying for une
Southern Printing Co.
Phones 20 111-113 N. Roger» St
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We Bolicit ο nharo of your hunin«»HM.
Office over Matthew» Mr<»«.

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