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Men s, i .adiv and Ctiîld ren's, ut Skidoo Prices iî À· Kk Ai de η Huh G de tin ) Pi k" Ladies white nul «r ι y .nvas oxf^ .i· , ■ price $2.en md $c 50, Skid' ·■> Ι'ι 150 pairs ladies tan οχίι rJs, ankle strap regular $2.50 :'nc .><"> \ Skidoo Pii.e ? . tf Men's Hosiery at Skidoo Prices. Men's 15. biack, tan and ί mc> f* hose, Ski*.: · pri Men's 25c bl k, ran . cy hose. Sku! jo ρ Men'-· 50c bl !..k. t ·λ\ as. · f :.cv ΟΙ|Λ host, Skid >o ι tic. ooc ss Exclusive Shoe Dealers Waxaha-chie, Texas · m ι · &wsaawBe^m Exciusi ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦#♦♦♦♦♦<►♦» ♦ <9 » COUNTY CORKESI»OM)i;.N( ι: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ROCKKTT. Rockett, Texas, July 1! Mr. An drew Kerby has two very sick chil dren. Mr. and Mrs. Bostzell went to Maypearl Friday. Mr. Marvin Marshall had the mis fortune of loosing a Πηο buggy horse Wednesday night. It was thought to have been bitten by a snake and blood poison was the re sult. Mr. B. F. Dennlngton of Waxaha chie is visiting relatives here. Several of our young people en Joyed an ice cream supper at Mr. W. S. Melton's Monday night. Miss Ruby Ashley was visiting friends in Palmer Tuesday. Mrs. J. L. Gillette visited the Mis ses Delia and Martha McGuiro Fri day afternoon. Messrs. Deck and Bennie Coffey were in Waxahachie Tuasday. Messrs. Arch and Sid Fr.rrar niade a business trip to Waxahachie Tue·. M'*J » Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Coffey anil j grand-daughter, Cora - Catherine | Tate spent Thursday with Mr. J. W. ι Dennington and family. Rev. C. E. Llndsey preached to a ! large and attentive congregation on the streets of Rockett Saturday af- j ternoon. Miss Katie Garrett spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Falfa Arring- j ton. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Stewart of near Trumbull attended church at Chapel ! Hill Sunday. Miss Lillie Cunningham of Waxa hachie is visiting relatives here. j Mrs. Levina Andrews of Waxaha- ! chie, who has been visiting relatives and friends here returned home Fri- ! day. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Andrews spent 1 Sunday afternoon with the former's j parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Γ S. Andrews, j Misses Elsie and Mary Farrar ; were visiting in Rockett Thursday. j Mr. Bert Kelly of Palmer spent Friday night ith Mr. Johnson Ash ley. Mrs. / Λ Rice of Waxihachie spent r jneeday and Thursday with her ..ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. An drews. Messrs. LaSalle Everett and Otis Reddell of Palmer were in Rockett Sunday. Mr. Houston Jolly visited home ilks last week, and returned to Ennis Monday. llifM·: Clifford Rockett, Bob Jol ly a 1 .h ,·. ·.■ ι Ashley made a busi ness trip to VVaxahachie Thursday. Mis-.os Ada and Lu la Milton were 1.1 ■ .ι int. rnllri.i jrt Miss ollie Den nlnston's Sunday afternoon. Mr. Clark Hancock and sister, Miss Fay of near Waxahachie, were | in Rockett Sunday. Miss B< mice Jones of Pakofir le visitiiiK at her uncle's, Dr. S. L. Wa il, y. Messrs. Burnie Tate, Johnson Λ .··'.!.·>· a.: I lit·ii Jolly had business iu Palmer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison of Red I <>:·' \ isi!f(l Mr. J. II. Foster and | family Sunday. Mi'ssv .1. W. and Ii. F. Denning-1 ton spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. S. E. Turnipseed at Palmer. Mi. .. Minnie Honeysuckle of Wax-1 ahachie is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ford of near1 Trumbull wore \isiting here Satur day and Sunday. Jlr: S. L. Wadley spent Saturday with her sisters at Palmer, Mes MOI Μ ΛΙΝ PKAK. Mountain Peak, July 12.—We have nothing new to write with re ; : ils to drouth conditions, but the situation is gradually growing woi:· , the water situation being the most serious and Is surely deplora ble. The crop prnsp<vt;i are regarded a.· being hopeles s. Stock owners still hope for rain in time to make feed for the·!· slock. but the chances for this are very slim. Hev. Hearne, Missionary Baptist, preached at Mountain Peak Sunday, but we forgot his text. He said that when God created man he gave him dominion over the beasts of the field and the fowls of the air and that man was not afraid of any thing but man himself; and that in the language of Shakespeare, "Our con sciences have made us all cowards." Tn the evening the ordinance of bap tism was "dniliiistired in Waxaha clile creek, near Sa mis by Rev. Hearne, the water being rather muddy. The writer formed one of the party and took dinner with Capt. J. P. Bellew, where he enjoyed the first peach pie and fresh roasting ears of the season. Capt. Bellew has a new comer at his house, a prospective housekeep er. tie three before being 'arm hands. Tapt. Bellew is demonstrat ing wh-it the writer has always con tended for that thorough eultivatiot and "dry farming" are one and tin same thing. Ο. H. Farris has a new comer al his r.ome, a p-uspecllve patron ol millinery shops. \V. 1J. Free, our enterprising blacksmith, has gone to Griffith's to reside. L. T. Meredith of Hillsboro has been up In Ellis count; ou a business trip this week. George Speers has gone to Okla homa to make his future home. Mose battles and Albert Ecker berger have gone south to find em ployment. O. S. Edwards and Ο. A. Meredltt went to Fort Worth on the Fourth There were no public celebratior of the Fourth in the drouth strickei rogions that the writer heard of bul plenty in ι he more favored section! reported. The writer enjoyed a lunch witl Ο. E. Burks Thursday. Mrs. Burki and son, D. V., being on a visit tc her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Par ker. Mr. Burks and the writer talk ed on the scriptures but did not agref η ι η h The writer attended church a Cottonwood Sunday last. Elders Lan faster and Griggs preaching. Elde Lancaster living at Howie, Montagu· county. They were Primitive Bap t ists. The writer took dinner with Ρ VV. Edwards, and enjoyed the firs fresh beans of the season. Farmer through this section are in th< drouth section and do not expect t< make any thing in the way of farn crops unless rain comes right away Ed Walker is moving from Venu to his farm near Mountain Peak an< reports about forty houses vacant ii Venus. O. M Renfro has a new boy at hi: home. The writer is encouraged by hear lng one man say that he had sub scribed for the Enterprise in orde to read the "interesting correspond ence" from Mountain Peak and oth ers express a desire of meeting Bil Cox. ASH WOOD. Ash wood, July 12.—Crop report are nolhing encouraging.Cotton look a little better than it did before tli< rerin. The men of this neighborhood me one day la::t week and dug a well ii Little creek that will supply th neighborhood with water. We will have good roads when it does rain. The grader is at work i here now. ! Mr. George Kell lias recently ■ painted his beautiful home, which ι adds to iis appearance. Mr. and Mis. Will Hinkle of Bear j Creek spent last Monday with ye I scribe. .V r. and Mrs. Andrew Taylor of tins plan moved to Dallas last Tues day. Mr. Mareial llinkle went to Dallas lijgt Monday to help celebrate the ; Fourth. H« ;ilth is very good at present. Mr. L. Ε. M. Powell and family passed through here Sunday morn ing. Mr. Doss Byrum and Gale Ander son of this place accompanied the Red Oak ball team te Kaufman county last week. Mr. George Frazier and family of near Sterrett spent Sunday with Mr. ι Anderson and family. The Woodman Circle of lied Oak ■ is doing some fine business at pres ■ till. Everybody is interested. : Mr. A. A. Eason and brother, Mr. .V Τ Eason, made a business trip to Waxaliachie one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Grubbs spent Satur day night with the latter's father 'and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver. J Mr. and Mrs. Hosford of Ovilla I passed through Hed Oak Saturday . ! afternoon in their new auto, j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of ; I Waxahachie spent the past week • with relatives in and around lied ι ».i \r ι Mr. J. \V. Fields, wife and baby visited here Monday. ι , .Mr. J. J. Bice and family were i visiting in Red Oak Sunday, ι ! .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cavet of Red Oak spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tiraillons. Miss Leia Anderson is visiting relatives at Sterrett this week. Luther Timmons, R. A. Fields, Sam Bason, Frank Johnson and Mr. McQuarry composed a fishing party that left for Trinity Monday niorn I ing. SOUTH PRONG. South Prong, July 12.—This Mou i day morning quite a number of the i neighbors gathered at the home of > W. A. Moses and worked out his crop in order that he may travel t some with his wife who has been ι sick for some time. It is good to live : in a country where the people sc readily respond to one's relief wheu In need and Ellis county Una the be t people 011 eartli win u it comes to such duties. John Holland and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clem. We are very glad to report Billio Vautre e improving from a severe attack <>l slow fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cox visited My ra Roberts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bayless, who recent ly moved here from Venus, lost their infant last week and buried it Thurs day at Ft rreston. A brothf r of W. A. Crutchor Is visiting him from Dallas. Theo. Madry was mingling with friends here last week. Mr. Madry ';as be α living in West Texas for a number of years. Hill fox, the wandering boy for the Enterprise, was to see ye scribe last Saturday. B. G. Roberts says he Intends to help pike the road.; of tills pri inct with old Pete and Jack. lîOVCE. Boyco, July IS. The hot, dry weather is injuring the crops very fust in this section. Some of our citizens went to Dal lag ·« ο In y to inspect some of Uie good roads of Dallas county. Me-srs. I, H. Smith, Paul and Les lie Dai nkie visited Dallas Sun lay. Ii;·. God: ard and son spent Mon 'av in Dallas. Rev. Smith of Waxahacliio occu lieii the pulpit at the Presbyterian •hurcli lifne Sunday, it being his reg ular day. Rev. Stephenson filled Rev. Lind sey's appointment here Sunday at the Method 1st church. Mr. NToeil of Tennessee is visiting 'lis brother who is in the drug busi ness here. Mrs. Henry Wilson has returned torn Childress and reports her mo llir much better. C'ary Wilson made a business trip to Childfcs a few days ago. C. C. Wilson and Clyde Wither s oon have returned from Mineral Wells. i Prof. Hendricks of Mount;·,In Peak has been elected principal of the Boyce school. The ftoyci ('.in company is (jut ting in new machinery preparing for the coming crop. We understar 1 there is a move on foot among the churches at tfcis place to get together and have a ten Jays or two weeks meeting. iîi;u oak. : I Oak, July 12. Wea„ther is ill r. Some of the farmers are iul: ι -ir corn and hauling it In for roughness. Ιί ·. · rt'! filled his regular ap |κ iitmi 1 t at the (.'liri^iian church Sunday and Sunday night. li.- 1. i · ι: ο I urker of Lancas ί Mr. Eagle's and other friends. Misa ] π ni" Simpeôn visited rela tl .it for· la. I week. .Myrtle Lov ranee visited Miss Winn" Miti 1.ell of Lancaster, last week. MisK Burrel Eagle and ye scribe S party Men day in honor of .Miss Parker. iiidma" Conger is very sick at this writing. Mr. C. Rock et t went to Dallas .Monday. Ml·. Mabel Glasscock and brother, Willie, visited .it .Mr. Pearson's last week. ; I on of Henry attend ■ .1 t hut· is In ο Sunday night. li. .. Oit. i and St vie Bell spent Moi lay : ;. ht. with their * cousin, \ is Laura Chapman. The Meti.odist meeting will oom nit e η 'V fourth Sunday, conducted by Rev. Lindsey. ι: v\. R;iy, July !-.- We are having on · ■ an ! ii ν* --ither. Crops are ». in up. \V. aro suffering now ι v. r. Τ . ■ dry weather is :r Un··· over the com munity. Mr. Hecktor Bark'ey ha3 been ν s! ·ι. r t pe t week but is improving a' 11;: writing. .lr. ;":uy OU'trk'.-i folks: are having ι a si< :;e of whoopin ; cough. r. .1 ι 11. "(1 <· ' on and family av· ι on a t ρ to some pt-rt of j th© west. Γ y-tv. s ι !i filled Rev. Llnd s y's place Sunday. Mr. Lutlii·;' Huduall and Miss Bes ,-ie Jin <·;] ν. re united in marriage S . p. ;· , :;,nin at - o'clock. ■ ' ι · r> i ifliij tool: pl.t e at the home • •f t; l:.;. '-; parent-.. Rev. McCur ry : '?rfO"ii !mc the ceremony. The I·· i n :s a poprlar young man of tl:if ■"!'] liumity The bride was a liict- y ! ρ ·;·' ! :■ τηιί lady. The • ouple s: lit a part of the evening at !?·» a a τ ι ■ 1 1.·';': for Fort Worth v\ ' ■ · tUi'v v, ill spend a few days. \W all .·. ish them a long and happy j life.