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Entered at the Waxahachte Po.st #f«ii-o as Mail Mutter of the Second Class._ flOS PAPCR Raf'PXCENTL'i FOP 1 OftUGN ADVSJITiSiM i BY THE 1 evEMej»Ai- orncta t NEW YORK AKD CHICAGO WULKCHtS IN ALE THE PftiNOPAL CITIES EIGHT PAGES After all a Cyolono is nothing but a windy ♦ Teva is now represented m eon* gn ss by seventeen democrats uul I'yclon l)r.'is Villa lias been indicted tor ninr dor out in New Mexico, but so far1 no attest has been made. ♦ The mayor of Waco ought to h< aide to hold hi- job down. They; say In' weighs It50 pounds. Some , eopli 1 ■ that ’At ’V tional peace i ■ in sight, hut we do not wear long distance glasses. ♦ Living at Oyster Ha> it does seem tti.it Teddy would learn how some-' times to close up and keep his mouth -11111. ♦ We are not going to dispute with the- who insist that mowing the lawn tiei«»r> breakfast i splendid! exercise. * Villa appeals thoroughly satis fied that the reports sent out daily j in regard to his death are gri n ;y j exaggerated. A Ttu Witeo Times-HeraW iitU-j mates tba; the folk w w ho h as u bushel of fuu sometimes gets into a peck of trouble. ♦ The good .VaM* ' is extending to, us a Jot oi extra time iu tills wotld' anil we are making every effort to use it to advantage. ♦ llro. Hendrick says be can’t nu ll rstaiul wiiy a man who doesn't be lieve what he. finds iu the lltblo should v.ant to preach. ♦ Yea, there are many things in Ihq t> t and New Tc t ament that we, confess our inability to thoroughly i uud ratand but *be ten command-; iiieutj ate reasonably plum. While dlwuaalng the subject of! good road-1 don't yon think it would lie well to gh' <'«•' thought to the straight and n r*-ow way? ♦ Mas Croat Mritalii any more right ,i ,p .i’h! • i»< !i ;>in Atu»*r'• m to .«I on the high wa- than Cermany has to fin a t ispodo at an eneitty'sj ship. ♦ Tin T* \.i l’r>-‘ As <Hatton will nnot iri Cl r- '» In Juno., but our, ‘«*r%ireit to th« couatry aro too val an bio for undo risk ourself that; If* tl)'' I ' ' * * ▼ The advance in. ti»<* price of t>il j 1, H,t to rlie coni-lupioiifthat ‘John F» J Itockefoller Is 'getfliigj r-siily to «M« another contribution to some col- j lege or university. * i ♦ Cr« at crowds at* both churches \ i ,i y night anit much' inUioHtjbe-j tr ,• manifested. Brother.* room Will} \, mc.clo for you IP vou iwiIMput,Hi jrour appoaranro tonlirht # t . » ♦ Willinm Jennings liryan will ..lee- j ivire at the Chautauuun pavilion ; next Monday night, and one runs no; risk in saying that ho will he heard i jiy a yrc;it crowd. If1* has many f fi lends in this part of the state. ♦ After having to pay that $280, 000 into the state treasury, the, bre.ve- will he a little slow about ! ti nting into the senatorial campaign. ! and this may prove a disappoint , incut io at least one of the as-1 pi runts. ♦ At the sup lestlon of Morris Shep pard Cyclone Davis has concluded to withdraw his remarks about Jeff Dsv!> and Mill) Toombs and \\ . R. I Yancey. 1 os. but h< can never with-i draw hi gratuitous insult to the old confederate soldiers. * If Dr- young people of America re taught the truth in regard to> th*> hfeet of the moderate consump-J tion of beet and wine, very few of j them will need instruction as to the effect of o-ealled “excessive drink ing of stronger liquors. ♦ We arc free to admit that the navigation of the lira :os to Waco and of the Trinity to Dallas would l'.o of I ic.it advantage to the peo ple of Central IV a: , hut we are un able to t mini " over the prospect of cither n ult ever being attained. ♦ <1 mi \\\ It Vs IHV » X TIIK Kl < OVsTID < I ION <>t SI IDH \. ATHKNS, April IP. -Germany lias !x un rec nstru ting Serbia. Aus 11 i -11 tin-.ary lias chajrge of the work, but at the top Germans are directing it. If tb - people will agree to bfccome German: insofar as it is possible t , make (hem over a point lias now been reaclu 1 where the conquerors evidently are disposed to treat them humane! y. Mon are being Invited to return to their homes on condition that they cultivate the land in the Austro Genumis’ interests. Russian pris >n j t iare even being loaned to help , with farm work. Mills are being refitted with mod ern machinery, expert engineers , have assumed management of the ' nines and t very effort is being made I to find work in both from the native i population. A similar policy is being adopted Montenegro. At the same tim ■ these industrial and agricultural im j j rovemeiits are in progress, both are being turned practically into huge i fortifications. ! Schools also are being opened. In ii.dgrade two are running with a I total atcmlanee of about 3.000. lnsirm Don. however, is solely in i Gentian. Serbian children are rom 11 lied ;o learn it, wliotker they wish t. or not. I ir.sui t n t i»\m itirrioN I ltt.ll> IN I St. I \ N I * LONDON. April IS. AU-round <ci!< ;: p:ion i„ bt iiiK mere and moro striaiigiy urKod in Kurland. It is> t nij partial a yot. T’nmarri. d men ip t ano el II have been railed i.i the colors, b it with numerous «t> st i < >\ v ii: s IWYAUl.i: in < i mu' u i i\ rm i UAK J.otMi. PALI. AS, Texts. April I'd.— !' ..i; t\o I t ten '' ru t tun ' u:\ <• N' . \ork .i^.iittst i a Pacific railroad to: JviMi.tHie alleged to bo due . •• . ■ ■ ■ t : fei’.evl h • , . U V I". ■ I s< !t'l . ti l. e • 'll.1.- of the I ... .11:.I 1 tec. 1 . ill l e >r tr 1 • . . :• i.t c.i - •; !c: court l»ot • t«. • T< v .. i.i vtuit'i: the ...'■ o re '.iUu i Are You Ready?—7-; '"TT.ZT- - nine ' DOORS OPEN TOMORROW MORNI. *» - * : MINCEY DRY GOODS €0 li ' , ., . .........ikMnied a sale in Waxahaclne will visii p, , We;believe \\;e are perfectly sale in saying that Hu* ‘(Jilleront articles will be sold, and when Ilk in store tomorrow. Hundreds of people have phoned, asking at >. ‘ ■ j .. .... However, we could not do this as we want in formation was given, begged that we lay .aside first one bin ’ ‘ inken at our continued refusals in this conneclioi, nive cvorvcmcfnii equal chance, and wcv sincerely trust dim nootunsc "asu. “If You Miss This Bale You’ll Miss It MINCEY DRY GOODS CQnfAN Y Sale in Charge of the Fleig Sale System Be Sure and Find the Right Place—Book for the Big bellow Sign__ ---— " “ “ . ,?n0 Tomorrow Morning Will Receive a Nice Present. And by the Way—Don’t Forget that the First 2o I.adies Spending .,-00 Tom * MISS SKI.IGMW TO HK ItltlOK HlflTISII OFFICIAL LONDON, Aprtl 19.—The marriage of (Jeffrey F. DeTeis sier, captain in the Sots Guards, ami Miss Katherine Seligman, oldest daughter of the late Theo dore Seligman, of New York, and Lady Wnldstein, will take place ijuietly at St. Margaret’s church, Westminster, today. 0 ptions. The call for married men 1 as applied only to those who have declared their willingness to serve. The element known as the “ginger group” wants to make the compulso i summons all-embracing. It is also urged that men up to 4 5 be included. The '"‘gingtI'ites” contention is that the war is now at its mvst criti (al stage and many more men are needed immediately. "If the enemy is not beaten dur-' ing the next few months,” adds the London Express, “the struggle may g , on until Europe is bankrupt and v r are forced to agree to an incon clusive peace. The occasion demands strong, swift action.” HOW TO ItELAIN HEALTH. Tlx groat factor that retards re covers after sickness is that weak ened devitalized condition, and it | will interest our readers to know that our local druggists. Curl in’s Two Drug Stores, have ‘a reliable, •ion-secret strength creator called Vinol, which contains iron for the blood, tile curative medicinal ex tractives of fresh cod livers and the nourishing proprties of beef pep tone, all ^ combined in a delicious native wine. For weak, run-down conditions and to regain strength af ter sit kite. ■ >, there is nothing bet tor.—(adv.) Py WlI.iU'R ‘ KOKKKST, (I'nited Pro- Staff Corm pondont. > LON; ON, April 1!>. There has just reached London tho story of a s,'i a week office boy, 1 "> years old. who died a hero among the bravest of the brav» of King George's finest on i: Pipeli peninsula. It io a story to thrill the heart of] ,\. > of .t e boy in tlie I’n'P-l State this recital of what happened to Cyril Peak alier he let' the drab] orreundm in tiie dreary office of I a big Pall Mall firm and hearkened to the ordei "Charge!” and forgot| tl • '.o nly O.a rcerk's bumptious] summons: "Boy!” j Les than two years ago Cyril Cool, v ... a typical of lice boy with1 . e Pall Mall firm. At the out-, • rcak of the war lie misrepresented age to a rcctruitiug sergeant and j d el the army. Kary in lhl5 his n intent was sent to the Darda-' itelles. A letter to the hay’s parents in Ka t Finchley tells the tory. A .at:.ti.de detailed how the youngster, o' lit In practically every impor tant engagement. Twi • l.o nrprt td la- o( icers t» bringing in Turks he ha I eapturod a! the point of his bnyonet He had undertaken many danger ous outpost duties at <1 his conduct throughout u 11 engagements had won him high praise front the com manders. According to his comrade, the,for mer office boy was in line for dec oration. He was killed December 15; shot through the head. \K\V YORK AIMH’TS E» KOl’KAN CCSTOM Al'CTIOM.NG SHIPS. NEW YORK. April 19.—-Hanavig & Johnson, ship bfokors, will intro duce to New York today on the floor of tho Maritime Exchange the old European custom of selling ships by auction. They have already four vessels for disposal and expect to have more. Almost any kind <U' a seagoing vessel in good condition will bring a high price now because of the de mand for them and the phenotninal highness of freight rates. In some recent sales steamships have brought more than twice their original cost. The sales have been advertised in nil parts of the country and cable grams will be sent do foreign agents offering to handle any ships they may wish to sell. Ships for sale that may be in port will ho open to inspection prior to the auction. The ships will bo knocked down to the highest respon sible bidder, with the understanding that the ship may he withdrawn if the price is unsatisfactory to the owner. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Houston anil Texas Central. West. Hound I No. 85 leaves..7:20 a. m No 81. Motor Car, lt> ves 11:10am !No. 83 leaves. 7:05 p. in East Bound. ! No. 82 leav .10:40 a. m lNo. 8(3 leaves. *:o7 p. m Nu. 8U, Motor Car, ioa\es 5:13 p. m. Trinity an l Brazos Valley. HouLh Hound. No. 1 leaves.10:15 a. m North Bound. No. 2 arrives.6:00 p. in. M., K. & T. North Hound. No. 6 (Flyer) leaves.6:59 a. m No. 10 (Limited) leaves. . 7:20 p. m Hound. jNo. 9 (Limited) Laves. . 9:25 a. in iNo. 5 (Flyer) leaves.9:05 p. in I lnterurban Time Table. North Bound. Local Cars leave Waxahachie for Dallas and all intermediato points 5:55 and 6:47 a. in. Local cm s from Waco running through to Dallas, making all stops, pass Waxahachls 8:47, 10:47 a. in., and 13-47, 2:47, 4:47, 6:47, 9:30 and 11:30 p. m. (Cars passing at 9:31 and 11:30 will run on limited time.) Limited Cars trom Waco, running through to Dallas, stopping only lu ;cities and towns, pass Waxahachie al j 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 a. m., and . 1:30, 3:30, 5:20 and 7:30 p. m. South Bound. | Local Cars trom Dallas, running | trough to Waco, making al: stops, BEEN FISHING YET? Those who have been say they are bit ing good: 1 Bifes don’t get the fish; it takes taclde and we have it. See our line before VOU bUy. * ■:* P: .-Tf’.j ; Howell Hardware Co. !f necessary, pass WaxahacMo 6:40, 7:43, 9:43 ami 11:49 a. m., 1:49. ' :3, 5:4:'. 8:40 arul 10:40 p. in (Car,: passing 6:40 a. in. and 8:4'’ and 13:40 p. in. run cm limited time) Cars arriving from Dallas and intei mediate points 7:49 p. in. and 12:4 a. m. stop at Waxahachie. Dimited Cars from Dallas, running | through to Waco, stopping only in cities and towns, pass WaxabachU | 8:40 and 10:40 a. m., 12:40, 2:40, 4:40 and 6:40 p. m. North bound baggage and express cars pass WuxahacUte 12:15, 6:02 | and 10:58 p. m. South bound baggage and exprei | cars pass Waxahachie 1:07 and 9:06 ! p. n*. ! ;too,ooo row 11: i»i:s to ok I SKD IN ONi; SilOK Oi'.DLIL j LONDON, April 1'.;.—British t)oot manufacturers i day ;..-aa i the greatest single boo; ■ r eve placed in Groat Britain. They are under contract : 1 3, 000,000 Cossack boot - for t. Rut A Sian army. High Co'.sick b- 'Ots ci s.- nm ■ ! comparatively cncrni u.:ub* “ leather, each pair of leys • feet and each pair < <••• i *" feet" About 300,mm hid - "id ® used in filling t o order. If you will read U-e ^ Li'b want column closely every ! W will pick up enough bargains alia | section of the pager within a ysa to pay for the Daily h: ; tion over and over again. give you such fine satisfaction through that mellow-mild-body, that tlavoi, that aost ^ of bite, parch and any unpleasant cigaretty after-taste, that vour fondest cigarette des. are fulfilled, at last ! Camels are new to >uur taste because they aie blended boice Turkish an ! Lb0’' Domestic tobaccos They will not tire your taste, they are always most refm> u Smokers do not look foi or expect coupons 01 premiums * Camels because they realize the value is in the cigarettes u ,l stand e\’erv test against any cigarette in the world at any f p&Wfisfflgwj * A’K tisA"c TOMiint? a £,bn r> ^ c I ’ JS- I-~‘- •>' *--:__> The ±..,mpplaced over k end scale the pa»'kaJt. m which keeps out oir, fi the reb y p -t* serv:ng the £ a:: rtv of the blended, m t ba _ By insert nd ■ t * finders as illu•* ■ ir&U'cz the tamp easily W breaks without tearing 3 the tin 1mI. which folds w bac.x into its place. Smoke Came’s liberally without a comeback! ^"u ; ‘^“*4, how delightful they are when you gi'/e th^m try out! You 11 prefer that Camel blend ♦o eithei kind I tobacco smoked straight1 «-!.• • • ° 10 f r ■ •; R J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO f Winstou-Saleto, N. C.