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For Men There is as much difference lx*tween ordi nary shws and Hanan shoes as there is l>e tween gilt and gold. The Hanan is the Aristo crat among shoes. $7.00 and $7.50. Jolesch & Chaska Co. Exclusively Agency The Big Store Since 1875 KSRO SHOOTISTS WOUND SEVEN mm NOT TWO women mhoot them; hi m BANIN* AND NKOttO MAN FIR (CM INTO CROWD. Officer* HimwI 1'ji I Ur Kliootist* and Lud Ttieas IMIad the Kara nf the County .tall. No Deaths Result. L ' - East week was a prosperous week (or negro cotton pickers and of course they couldn’t stand prosper ity without getting Into trouble. Saturday ntght there was a series of shootings among the colored popu lation and as a result as many a:< three negroes are locked In jail to swatt development"1 Dave Hamilton, who lives In East End. went a visiting early Hatur <Viv night alter he and his wife bad engaged In a little friendly difficul ty. and tbe woman followed Mm aoroas the street and Died through the screen door with a single barrel Shot gun, the load of shot taking effect in Hamilton's right breast. The negro ran out Into the street and fell to the ground where ho lay nutll picked up by white men who appeared on the scene. Ah examination showed that the lead or ehoV had Struck a kind of glancing lick wind not many, tf any. had penetrat-d the lung. If the Igng has not been penetrated and pneuraonta does not set up tho no gro should recover all right. Offi cer* arrested the Hamilton woman lend she is held in Jail to await de ! velopment*. Zulu Watson, another negro Io nian. also took a shot at her hus band Saturday night, using a target rffle. The bullet entered under the left arm and has been lost. Just how serious the negro Is hurt can not be told uuntll further probing Is done. Zula claimed at first that her husband accidentally shot him self, hut the negro claims his wife shot hinm and there Is a story out that the negress undertook to pre vent gambling at her house and a fight ensued In which the target was used with telling effect. The negress was arrested following the shooting. In the third melee about five ne groes were shot, hut the wounds were of a minor nature. A negro by the name of Williams got Into ! trouble with another negro near 1 Rankin, whom he claims used a knife ' and chased him to his house. Wil liams got his shot gun and came buck outside and fired Into the hunch. Five of the negroes were hit by shot, but none were seriously In jured Williams was arrested luter in the plg’.it and la in Jail. Meeting of Eastern Htnr. All members of the Eastern Star are requested to be present tomor row night at regular meeting. Ini tiations. MRS. JENNIE BOUNDS. W. M. JACK K1LU5BREW, Sec. Subscribe for tb' n*n* * ' f Do yourJXjtv* | w The ?, Man with Mon^y has his famijy rotected with mong in the Bank. Dotwu'l li make you “wftt blood" to think wimt would hotcD) of tlmae you loti', and who are depemieat on you, if you ihofkl die petmlleaa? llwtdufKR'l tuxppen to the innn with money. He lias done hh duty. He sate* hi* money And put* it in the llaok where it I* ate from fire, burglar* or hi* own extra*ajtanee. Put VOl'H money In Ol lt bank. _ ‘gfe.. Guaranty State Bank : of Wuahachie, Texas. • • • pkrsovu NKrrvn. • • • Rob* rt Harrison ara* in Corsican.1, today. Pgmcy McKay *pent Sunday In FVrrla Mr Vt. A CtaKHorn I* visltln; today at Dalla".. Dr and Mrs C A Dthnko visit ed Dallas Sunday. Jno. P Oorcp of Ennis was here today on hu*in<*«. Albert «>if and James Otimby viaited Della Sunday. John Templeion of Dallas spent Sunday with home folk*. T J. Stroud has returned from a business trtji to Wichita Falla. Mr and Mrs. Karl Rrown visited with relatives at Ennis Sunday II. D. Rankin and II. N. Raiton were In Dallas today on business. Gentry McCormick attended the 'Majestic ut Dallas Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Virgie McManus of Oak Cliff was a guest of Mrs. Robert Harrison yesterday. Hillie Hughes and Mis* Marie Smith visited the Majestic at Dallas yesterday. Mrs. Qulncey Gctiendaner loft this morning on a visit to Nashville, Tennesf.ee. 0* C. Groce went to Hillsboro this morning where he will attend to legal matters. Mr. and Mr*. P. E. Jones and Mr. and Mra. W. G. Jackson vialted a* Midlothian Sunday. Miss Ijola McCartney left today for Lynchburg, Va.. to enter Ran dolph-Macon college. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hnmlett of ■ Italy were guests of Mr. urid Mrs. | Kt' Woodruff Sunday. Walter Pridemore spent Sunday in the city with his family and return ed to Kaufman today. Ben Rose and sister and mother visited Cleburne Sunday afternoon, returning by wuy of Fort Worth and Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack London of Co lumbus, ,V. M.« are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bollnger on Farley street. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sharp of Ennis were guests yesterday after noon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Har rison. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hulliday, Mr. and Mrs Burke Ralston and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirven attended the Ma jestic at Dallas lust night. Mr. and Mra. Bird Forrest and sons, W. B. Jr. and Fred, accom panied by Mr. and Mrs, Hal Brown motored to Corsicana yesterday. Messra. It. H. Pulliam and Fred Hodge, Misses Elsie and Erin Pul liam and Etna Bass of Bynum spent Sunday in the city with Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Thompson. Dr. and Mrs. Horace Bishop will go to Dallas tomorrow morning to remain until after the opening of S M. tT. Thursday. Dr. . Bishop will attend a meeting of presiding elders there tomorrow. C. E. Dodge left Saturday night for Wichita, Kansas, where he will spend a few days with hie family before they start cast to spend a few woeks. Mrs. Dodge and the chil dren are going to Boston for a visit. Hotel Roger* Arrival*. Mr. and Mrs. Littlepage, Corsi cana; Paxton Llttiepage, Corsicana; R. \V. Lawler, Dallas; Mrs. E. G. Fort and family, 1,03 Angeles; G. C. Odom, Waco; J. F. Strickland, Dallas; Mrs. J. F. Strickland. Dal las; John Depot, Dallas; M. S. Mid dleton, city; Mose Wall, Carthage; Corlnne Barksdale, city; Wayne Mc Knlght, Arlington; Miss Julia Wal lace, Ennisj A. H. Wicker, Ennis; Dudley Farris, Ennis; Miss Verna Erwin, city; Robert Carlisle, city; C. W. Kent, city; Christine Haw kins, City; J. B. Wilson, Dallas; Mr. and Mrs J. B. George, city; Geo. D. Gammon, city; J. L. Gam nun, city; Leo. M. Lichlenstein, Dal las; E. A. Coveil. Chicago; W. W. Smith, Burlington; C. D. Miles, Hub bard; G. W. Ramon, Jewett; John C. Wood, Dallas. NEXT SUNDAY RALLY DAY AT MTHODI8T CHURCH Next Sunday will be the annual Sunday school rally day at the Meth odist church. The 11 o’clock hour will be devoted to the promotion ex ercises. and a splendid program is being arranged for that occasion. The scholars in the primary and junior departments will be promo ted. An effort will be made to have an increased attendance of all the classes that day. Long't'!u>« , «b).> hadn't ie cently survived a drouth when he idropped into gloomy verse about the! ! . ad aspect of a rainy day. I SPECIAL 98c' Till'. WI1K i I Regular $1.50 Fountain Syringes LAROK HI7.K RKI> RI'RRCR If you pass this bargain th*i»* Is somethin* wrona 1.000 \ot^s fo *lth »arh •ynna AUMiKD BOOTI.KfitJKR CAPTt ItKD OX THE RIVER. Constable Hickman and Deputy United States Marshal Mack Wilkin scn of Dallas tiade en important arrest Friday when they landed Frank Kudrna over In Trinity river bcttotn on in alleged charge of h ctlegging and selling without fed eial license. It Is stated by Constable Hickman i that Kudrna had beer and other in tcxtcants hid In piles of brush in va rious places in tho bottoms. He was carried to Dallas Friday night and was to have an examining trial before the t'nited States com missioner this morning. — Ennis News. A Trip to the Country* Sunday afternoon a representa tive of this paper and his wife ac cepted a ride with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Supple, In their Kissel Kar, to their fine farm near Alma. On the return trip we stopped at Ennis, where we were treated to refresh ments by the host, which added to our already delightful outing. "While at Mr. Supple’s farm the re porter inspected his big cotton crop end would estimate the crop at a half bale to the acre. Other cotton crops In the Alma community, we sow, did not promise so large a yield. But from Ennis to Waxaha chie the cotton crop looks goad, and especially good on the county farm and promisee a three-quarter bale to the acre, or better, are assured. AITTOMOBI LISTS! Today is tile best time to discon tinue further use of Motor Cylinder Oil tliat is so low in fire test it burns up before It lubricates. SOXNKBOKVH 100 Per Cent Pure Pennsylvania Amalie 1-2-3 Non-Carbon Cylinder Oil lias highest flash test of any oil on market for water cooled cars. For sale by Sims-Thomson Garage I,A VALLIKUKS— We have just received a new lot of the latest patterns in both yellow and white gold. The best values that can be had. We invite comparison. Thomson Jewelry Company Jewelers and Opticians. Hotel Block D. H. Thompson Lumber Company (Successors to H. D. Timmons I fiiimlter Co.) All kinds of Building i Material, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Paints, Glass and Wall Paper. We solicit a share of yoar trade. Waxahachie, Texas • • 0 I/OCMA. • ♦ School books, etc., at Curlin'*. 32 Miss Fannie Stout has accepted 3 position with the firm of Jolescli * Che ska. —o— Let the Daily Llfht want column rent your roo^s for you. tf —o— ror feed and fuel pnone Broad lead A Kennedy. Old pbon» tf —o— Mrs. VV. W Knight of Italy was operated on at the local sanitarium this morning tor cancer. Late re ports from her say she stood the op eration nicely. Why not let those idle rooms you have bring you in an income? A small want ad in the Daily Light .vlll rent them for you. tf —o— The fire depaument. will hold their regular monthly meeting to night and it is urged that all mem bers be present. i’efre«hments will be served and a good time is expect ed. —*0 Mis« Hillyer wishes to inform her patrons that she will be located with Mrs. Arch Thompson for this win ter, phone 3!t0. Studios over Dooley millinery store and at D. W. Good lett’s residence. 132 W. C. Wilson and Miss Pearl Price were united In marriage Sat urday afternoon ut 3 o’clock by Rev. T P. Griddle at bis residence on Prown street. The contracting par ties were from the Red Oak com munity. —o— VIOLIN' AT BARGAIN—With nice leather case; will sell at $ 1!». Would pass as brand new. Instruction book also included. Phone 360 or this of fice. dh-tr Firemen should not forget that to night is regular mooting night and all members are urged to be pres ent as business of importance must be attended to. Refreshments will be served. The art exhibit, which was to have been given last January for the bene fit of the public schools, but which was prevented by the disaster to the cxlilbP at Mexla, will be held here October 4 to 7. The exhibit this year will be lor the benefit of the school. J. Bert Graham of Trinity Uni versity is minus a pocket book and $7 in money, and doesn’t know for sure whether he lost it or was “touched” while down town last night. He did not miss the pocket book until this morning. —o— C. H. Kelley of near Rockett was ii* Waxahuchie Saturday. While heie he stated to a reporter that he had eight hands from Monday morn ing to Friday night and that they picked ten bales of cotton, the aver age amount of cotton picked daily was 490 pounds. This is some cob ton picking, don’t you think so? Dirt was broken this morning on the new garage to be erected on the chapman lot on West Main street. This building will he a brick struc ture 140x94 feet in size and it will be rushed to an early completion. The building when completed will be occupied by the Buirk agency. The structure is designed especially lor a garage and will be convenient ly arranged. BWiM 1 Secretary Carl Schuster today in the name of the Chamber of Com merce wired Manager Hughie Jen nings of the Detroit Tigers, congratu lating him upon his success in land ing the Tigers on top in the Ameri can league championship race. The j Tigers stepped into first place Sat- J urday afternoon when the' Chicago White Sox won from the Boston Red Sox and sent the erstwhile leaders to third place. On Sunday after noon the lied Sox won from Chicago and ‘he Tigers took a second game from Philadelphia, giving them clean lead of five points over the former leaders. _o~ Wiixnhachie < otton Receipts. 1'p to Saturday night. Sept 16. j the following number of bales of cotton have been received from the wagon in Waxahachie: Wood & Sons’ yard .1723 Waxahachie Cotton Yard .... 1404 Harrison Warehouse .1491 j Total . 4618 „■ —■ - ■■ ~ - Ugr.lPKl) XKGRO STATU CONVICT CkU UHT AT KNXIS. ~ . i on u bie hlckmau b st night cap tured Congress George, a negro con vict. w ho escaped from the Harlem ! state farm uear Richmond, Texas, on | Cheeves Bros ^ Co SILKS Charmeuse. Satins and Mcssalines in ^ for Fall—a beautiful selection ready for your mJ!? A complete line of colors in Taffetas. Crept deft, and Georgettes. New Plaids and Striped Silks in pretty combing* Prices reasonable. Ask to see our Silks. I 1 Cheeves Bros ^ Col December 21, 1914. The negro is about 24 years of age and had been in this communi ty for some time. Constable Hick nan had a description and photo graph of the negro and landed him Friday night while attending a min strel show. Constable Harry Win Word or Palmer assisted in locating the negro, who was carrted to the county jail at Wnxahachlo to await the arrival of a state officer to car ry him bask to the state farm or penitentiary. The negro admitted his identity alter some parleying.—Ennis News. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LUNCHEJM’OSTPONEO REGULAR TUESDAY’S MEETIXF WILL HE HEIjD THURSDAY THIS WEEK. A Full Dozen of the Members Who Usually Attend Luncheons Will lie (hit of Town Tomorroy, Hence the I’ostponment.. Because a dozen or more of the members of the Chamber of Com merce. who usually attend the lun cheons, will be out of town tomor row, it has been decided to post pone the luneheoii8 from Tuesday until Thursday. These gentlemen are groins to visit Cna,g, Sherman to inspect the*** for the purpose, of setting^ sulde them in adoptiag puats'j new sanitarium proposed 'ei haehie. ' President Mincey ud ^ Carl Schuster will g0 whk ^ mittce and it was thonght „ call off the luncheon. --- Cord of Thukv j To the business men ig chants of Waxahaehie, is ^ j the Trinitp University <, team, I wish to extend ttn* I your liberal support of tie a camps, which has in every ^ successful. W. W. RAMSET | ihl _ PAISLEY SHAWL COMRc back mom CHICAGO, Sept, lt.-Ty Paisley shawl of grandootin is coming back into ltioni with a lot of Spanish frill!« helowa. This is the latest <i fashion which will be era) in Chicago this week when ad and designers from tic ii cities of the country will na make known the modes fart£ winter. Spanish hats xitti balls falling off the edge of te in typical Spanish fashions® the approval of the fashion as f THE POPULAR SCHOOL STORE— The school children have already begun to undents that this is the POPULAR STORE for buying things & lunch. You can readily select what you want from our bi(* sortments. Stone’s Cakes are getting very popular—only 10* Texas Cash Grocery Co Old Phone* 549 and 91—New Phone Ml. j I RED SNAPPER FISH EXTRA SELECT OYSTERS— Choice beef, pork, veal and lamb; fresh sausage Some of our sausage, a pork chop or two, a steak, a slice of ham, some streaked bacon. We all and the quality is the best to be had. 'Iry **• Nycum’s MarKel MUD CHAINS » If it should rain, we have a complete stock chains for your car. Sims-Thomson Garag* For Quick Tire Service.