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BBRCUBIZEO FRIOOr HISHT
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lkir^t»r) lu-|«>ri*«l !<• lit* IkflcMi
lltil I |> i > I'rteeiH I \m
l >« II: » He n I » utrrnl
In lit* ('»««•.
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j A burglar entered the toon* of J *
' A and 1* K Rtr eklattd at th* rberry !
) Pointing hat s* on liflerwui atre*t
‘ PV!4»y ulkhi •<•>! **>* tUSi!
| •om*-thlog lilc* %3o it» money The
'.door ef th* room *a* left unlocked
(and th*- burglar pu*«>-footed in and
j helped himself lo ti:< money in J.
A Hiru Hand's trouser poekeis. I».
' K rttrickland did not 1 anything.
The hurglnrv w»* reported in th*
offut-rs Ha turd ay morning and e otill
hunt »a« conduct. d throughout the
iday In an effort to pl< k up th* l> irg
jlar i -la. So far no tree* ha* been
secured of th* guilty oni
On* must own a ftoa to ppre
ctivte the trrlta of the average Snml
lord
Buy It Made in Texas
Great Southern
Life
Houston, Texas
INSURANCE IN FORCE OVER $40,000,000.
Sam W. Carothers
Special Agent, \Aaxahachie. /
O. 8. Carlton. President.
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0 4 44444444444444#, fir utlay school ut 9: 4.7 a m Vmhkt
4 4 j Cpoplc's service .it •'»: HO p in.
4 KM THK CHL’RCHKS. ♦
M , ’ if 4 Hirst lYcshv tniau.
4J44 44 4 4 4 4 44*444444 All the aerviivs m fie Chapman
X Xifdil t*i'ri hy tninii. jbuiltiina on West Mum street duiu.v:
Sunday school »« »:4& » m. Mor-j,h« *>'vt,ion "f "‘"v <b,,iTh
J|t service at 11 o'clock. Chris-j **r%-*eo Sunday at 11 o'clock and
ti#n Kodeavor meeting at tip. 4. j Monday acuool m <15. them a id
leaning service a» 7 o'clock. j bo 110 ‘,v**nln* •s,'rv“ " »< vount of
.____ the revival invetinit ut the Main
W. Haora Kptocpal. 0‘,1Bt*,u, church You are
Hunday school at 10 a. «n. Ser-J
igait and celebration of Holy Corn-j
ttfnnlon at 11 a. m. Rev .1. I! S M*l“ **•*«'« Christian Church.
Whaling, raclor. A cordial luvita-1 Kverythiug is in roadtn - lor the
ti*n to a* ten tied the public to at-1 •*»•>»» nuetin. it is deaired that
|Jgj£ jar muiiy of the church ui< mhera as
,733 j Is possible attend the Bible hc1h.u1
Method* Church. i1 mo .row and , ■ t m tttie togin
V Sunday school at 9:40 a.- >he contest with the Co. s,cun
lWlii.1 at 11 a m. and 7 p n, !“,lOW'- ,U‘" *1-1 ,"'1 «“M/‘rr,,V "!
«• Kpwortb itogoa will meet at ,h" »•"'* ttt U°'h th';
ills hot r t nit.1”.1 . 1". • 1 ’ .nr "I*
0|.
f f «f.uli liiiDiWis a* bo Hi the
Hn* Rapt* tWh Mvr^iees besides the «)ou tongre
<T»«rcb aervitr* at n a. » and i ** a,v «° “>»
~ * »» s-^ ,1 - tt I* iwitth \k‘ nn't*h;u l.vvry ot.f
p. m Dr. J. B. of;
Uajhts. superintendent of. Baptist 1 ,Al1' ' ‘ ,Jl 1 '*
fwt# Missions, will speak at til's ‘
iwaloghtwr. Castor A. N. Mali ' "‘fZ Tm ^ ,
" praacR *t4n evmlftg ShMr- u‘»r ?b'*
Itodiiv ih the iity
PURE WITCH HAZEL
Everybody knows its uses. and everybody should ; . v
the extra strength of the partienlat brand o: Witch
lut'd we sell.
CRAIG-QARLiSLE
DROotavrs
Ituth I’Uoncv (it.
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BKAMIAn OK Pt'iMIR I'lTBKX
«il 1 III « (M W A I. A lit TK>
HKUI.A Tit UMt.
I liiral Tiilwii’ rt«» I ' iHj »n<l I’m*
l»<!i '!•>«.» If n|>« r.
UiKr t'nmtl AttrratraJ
ih* Karan at.

! Tlie tiiiisra) of Mr* Martha J Far* J
; ri*. mother of Royal A. PmtI* and
i Thomas A Ferri”. wtio died Fridav J
• morning, w»* held at the Fern*
I hunt on Ferris avenue at 1 rt o'clock
j today, Hev VV B. Andrews, pastor of
'the First Methodist church, conduct-;
j Ing the service. The body was laid t
|tenderly to rest beside the grave 6t
•her late husband. Judge J. W. Fer-:
[ ris .at the city ptaisisrv. follow lay
tin service at home. Fe'or An
drew# read the fifi'-entli chapter of
First Corinthian* from ;D*th to
• ter sea. which deal with death and
j the i sarmUoti. T* i very Impn-s-1
! rive songs were Tend* red by Me -sr-*.
Fainter and Coleman and Mesdmnex
J. lira Gammon and VV. A Crow
:*urt .Vi:«s Nannie linger*.
Thc’e wn» a largo numbr of out
i of tow ii friends and relatives pre^
lent in addition to the Immediate
J family. The floral tribute was very
j beautiful, the entire plat where the
j grave is situated lining covered with
i lovely flowers.
i During the funeral the Citizens
National hank and Sims library weie
dom’d a* a mark of respect to th<
memory of the beloved woman. The
attendance at the funeral set vice*
both at th. homo end at the ceme
tery was very large, attesting the
fact that the deceased was beloved
by a very wide circle of f lends.
T. F. Thompson is in receipt ol
a letter fron: tin* National Campaign
headquarters at New York express
ing thanks for the total of J-lo
sent in to aid the democrats in mak
ing their campaign for Wilsoh. H<
declared he was ashamed that Wax
ahachin was not making any better
showing and that be has withheld
his report hoping the donations
would lie increased. The letter fron,
the national committee sugge ted
that the names of the individual
contributors In* sent in so each could
hare a receipt direct from m-ndqunr
it r
Woman's Missionary Society.
Tiu* Woman's Missionary Society
of the First Baptist church had an
ail day imetim- at the church last
Monday. A spltmdul lunch war
served at the noon hour. In the af
ternoon a round tab - on state mi •
oinas was conducted b> Mrs. Tcnery.
Tho exi utiv.- committee had a
meeting ami outlined the work for
ilte year in line with the state work.
Tho four auxiliaries are asked to
meet next week in their different
sections of town and present tlie
plan of wo"k to the ;■ - tubers and
get ready for work by the following
Monday Hie auxiliaries will meet
hh follows: The South Auxiliary at
Mrs A. Wicker s Monday at 3: lit
o'clock. The North Auxiliary at
Mr . Lumpkins’ at 3:3'* Moin'a .
The Central auxiUttt.v ui Mi,*. Ad.
King's Thursday at 3:30. The K-ts*
Auxihnrjt at Mrs. Kelley’s on K.mf
man -trait at 3;30 Monday.
com mi m:ii.
j LOGIN. DEMOCRATS MAKE
! HMIBIiTIOII TO CAMPAIGIB

! Today is Wilson day with the dem
ocrats id tie I'uifed States and it
its tin it foie very appropriate that the
'.contributors to the national cumpaiKit
iund nuiUe known their donation .
Sui>. vlnK cdent ti. tl Winn of the
city schools, a member of ■ ne local
sol:. Minn committee, was out for a
half ham tins mornini; and ptocund
the following donations:
I,. t CurtHi.s 1 ott
Tom t.ikc.... . i no
W \ Mark- ... 1.'
.1 1). Km,;... 60 t
!-“ • r. (Jtir’Me . l.t>«
j. \v. Broil head. i.*)0
Hob t’Olema t . 1.00
Homer Chnpttt.Ui . 1.06
H. It Wnm. 1.1*0
j lie c; ys the people ar< veiy much I
‘euthu- tal on the subject .: *id that!
| thi other mem be 11 or i:>t He at com-. |
iUlttfE* lo m1! out ttlitl do il j
.lu'it soliciting while the people are)
|! toady to stive.
,

A reicpilon will be given .it the
Ventral I'rcsbytett.Hi nhufch Mon
Ida y evening, Octobei So. nt 7:3b in
I ha nor of the tenth anniversary of
the labors of K *. tutd Mr*, t;. H.;
Hogan ln\'.'.atioiLs have hi en vent'
out u the members of the church io
i attend.
t HuLukcribo tor the Daily Ltgut. I
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ISTSIBEBAKEB \
OWNERS i
Mr. S. W.
Wehriang \
A SI’Kt'IAL HTt'DKliA KKH
MIX II \\l<
Woo ti i* had 7 yt iiis' pc!mil H
experi- • •« with StudebaXer Jj
caia, twelve months of which If
wa* spent at the Detroit fac- H
t< \ , adi »i.- pe: .liiiio ";t!> lo- I
cafrd at my place of basinets.. jjl
ntner Wfttei and Rogers y
nt»eets, after October 1st.
1 lake pleasure in recom
mending him to you and as
sure you he is thoroughly U
capable.
M. fkRay I
St udehnker Dealer.
iSmMnT
TOMS- HUSHES HEETIW
0\-t..U.I- srATTMIKD A HOI1 I
mu admost hiEoki: 11*
MM IIMi I AST MtiKT.
K AN’S AS CITY, October 28 Ox
...il, as il smelling compound, was
r-rntteicd through the auditorium
last nigh* where" the Women’s Alli
ance attempted to hold a Hughes
meeting. Ifomo of li'.e women braved
the sici: tion. bat many verr fore
(1 tt >e,m because of v. do: head
•icites caus'd by inhaling trie fumes.
A small i lot was caused when heck
lers tried to break up a Hughes pa
ade at tiie i n ion station.
\ITKi: M 1.1 OK Sli\ I-. 11AI. ll.WS
1 H.HTiNO ON Till SOJDIK
IS KKVHWI I).
Berlin Official Statement Says -Ml
lit** lll.nk;* Wen* licpuNod
liv Artillery and Mn
ciiine <*un Kite.
BKRUN, Of 2s-. The allied
trooi s asauni d tae offensive after
several day-' lull on the Somme
front, the war office announced to
day.
"Preceded by a strong ajidlery
preparation the Kngi-Mt r.ttacke*l
:o o: the line in Guedeeourt and
I,cm Bouess,'' said the off! a! rtate
ni it. "and the French advanced %n
Mprval in Die evening."
The statement concluded with this:
"Our troops repulsed the attack by
artillery fir" and machine guns."
THE FIRST STEP
Usually the first indication of a
lowering of health is oiuiii in the
bowels and liver. Something goes
wrong—we ear too much. «r work
too hard—and the bowel action
weakens or the liver is sluggish.
That heavy feeling 0:1 arisi i r m
the morning, • dryness oi the
throat, with bad ta.de. a slight
headache, dull eye —all show that
food has ic: meiiU d in the intes
tines. and t' it the body is man
ufacturing poisons instead of
good hb td.
Clear .t a'! out. Gr * the
stomach rmi oowels a fr - ■' sart.
b.icoutas i> . h\er to go to
wi ,r’. b . ->rn do ,-n , ■ - ’ -
4 - W.‘ V • I HUH Ci 1
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m:n i \ m no-* ikm * hi i*i;*• -
iiiiirr -I
mi in'. ri:»M* .
Kiliol In' 'll" frame'
lli....in. In i li<ragi> I"" ' e*1-*
.Ag*.—Member Te\tr«
\all".ml l.narrl.
CHICAGO, October 2H.— Oeor**:^
■■ milt h H <\>ufe eri t > the murder ;
j of hi,, fiance*. Mis* Frames Bloom. I
. j.ed lx. a telephone m>*raior, whom j
■ hr poshed off the breakwater ai
! verm b'i cb July 4. 1914. where
and A ndt bad pone to watch
, ;i fir-worrs display
Tb inf- • 'nation was contained In
i te'eg front Captain Adams of
It-iP Kon.ili Tp'ms infantry, now sta
in, n*d ai M irfa, Tcxas. in which
r«»#im**nt Arndt is a private,
j A rr.<it s, i an*r into tii^ water in an
par* i .-I fort to 'live the Kiri's,
! i , flip rower a Jtry exhonorated ,
Vi *'ip Jo tring he confessed
jir-tlmacy with the pirl but no in-j
j eliminating evidence war discover-i
[ to.
j Arndt carried lii* secret two years'
I t hi rous'detiee forced him to tell j
; it. accordftiK to iii» alleged cotcfes- j
j scon.
When told of the alleged confes
j s oil Mrs Lillian Bloom, mother of
j ih« g’ll, said she would not appear
I against him.
"The Lord will pa a ish him; a
! higher authority than tlie law will
i avenge," she said.
- i
f*YYOIM\\ ( H YVGF.K HFIt MINI)
WILL I'ltOSFtT'TK AHXD'i'
CHICAGO. Oct. 2S. Changing
lier original resolve not to appear
ag'inst George Arndt, who is said
u) ji ,\e eo;.fec-sed to the murder ot
her daughter. Mrs. Lillian Bloom to
! day swore to a warrant to arrest
Arndt, chargiug him with the mur
I <ler o' Mis F rancos Bloom.
| Officers wili leave immediately Ipr
j Marfa. Texas, to bring Arndt back
here for trial.
GAMUT I. KAHLIl IS YCCOMI'A
MKI» BY A 5..Y11GI FOBCK OF .
YY F.I.L YH.MFH Ml Y.
' Hinder* Fur-tilt By Cutting the
Mexican Central Ki.Hw.'y Line
.Veur O tiz—Moving
Nr. Ill wal'd.
I _
1
j FI. FASO, Texas, October UK. —
| \ ilia, with a latge part of bis force.
I is i day marching on Sant i Uosalia,
| about t ight miles northwest of ( hi
I Imalnia City, after cutting tiie Mexi
! ran Centra! lailv.av imp near Ortiz
1 [
icstei ilay , r ■n.Jpring pm suit, accord
; iii.r to advice*; to tin* American act
i it-, riti« s hero today.
i
TUI MOVI Ml NT OF TIIOOPH
AfltONN CHANNEL WIFI,
rittx i:ei> .\s isr.u..
FOXIiQN. Oil. 28.—Newspapers
I expressed some disappointment that
j inly two ot tin- German •aiders tha:
‘ retercd the Kngllsh channel on
t r} liursduv nigiit were destroyed, but
t t fared the raid had iro effect on
tile transportation of troops and pro
visions to France.
Officials commenting on the Ger
man statement that said nil the raid
ers had returned safely, (oin'cd out 1
tie- it ci fii.it tl.e -.•time at a ement had
i en made by tho German admiralty
j r ;■ Zeppelin had been shot down
I • • mu!' whmii n. admitted later.
- • mi ' »t \»’<i\ >n : i:t n \\ > ri;
j IMPOK 1 ' N i It 111.M \> TOW N
-mi m <u-' i mm viu v.
i
laid;.i- VV< Huiiicd Hid the lluil- j
way I h i Torn I p by l>ei . h
mem ol Vil
li'-! t-.
I I. I* \so, T<*\ •*. 0»*i. 2K.—The1
HI 1*01 mill 1-ui'i.y town of Santa
i I ’ vi’l .i. ah' a So in 1« - Mtii.h of Chi-1
litin!iun City, ha- been cut off from j
i imm;-dealion with the -outli, I
VVhil. ilia m.-in Iwmlit army u.i
•;: ‘M ti h.o: ■ .1 11 ;H rfh a . 1, -
l ■•>'!'■•»» < \ iiii-la-. . in !c,| the
I Iiv.a J.
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5 Cash Produce & Groc. Supply Co.!
i 10 J North Roge rs Street—Rhone Ml.
(Extra Special Blended
WHOLE WHEAT HEALTH FLOUR
Fine for hot cates, mud ins, waffles, biscuits and brow*
bread. , . .
Is what you want for convalescence, constipate »ed
weak stomach troubles.
Every Sack Guaranteed..
Car hweet
Potatoes from
Angalina
County
» Small enough for baking, large enough for frying.
Make pies, custards, bake 'em, fry 'em. They are tasty
wholesome and the cheapest food on the market. Ask your
groceryman for the Henson potato from Angalina county.
The following merchants have them in stock now:
! McDuffie Grocery Co.
R S. Middleton
McDonald Bros.
R. T. Dever
Goodlett Cash Grocerv
Texas Cash Grocery
Hoyd Gounah
Lee Craigg
!A. J. finchcr
W. Tc Henson
FRESH AND NEW
MAZDA FLOUR
Carload Just Received
A perfect Flour for every purpose.
Every sack guaranteed good, or it costs you nothing.
Some nice frying chickens and fat mackerel.
I L. Y. COLE & SON
^ fhinwwi its# Noctii Hop>rs Ktwi.
I St. Charles Coffee
I
“EVERY CUP IS A CUP OF JOY"
* Goodlett Cash Grocery
“The Home of Cladiola Flour”
j West Franklin Street.
| Old Phone 115 New Phone 30
I
i YO'JR SUNDAY' DINNER —
i
We thought ot it yesterday aid ordeied and received a
| variety of good things to make you enjoy this meal.
!
Ask Us to Tell You What We Have.
] iJ. Olira Martin
g Successors to Martin <V McCormick.
j When You Visit the
| Dallas Fair
i AND WANT TO EAT AT A CLEAN,
I SANITARY PLACE GO TO
I Bedford's Cafe
■ ' ^ - 1 I i Street, ?*ai!;*.s— <»pp<»sjUe Tilt h* 'Gocltii ^r, ® ol
Doors Wist a( Krvsi.v.
%
j Big Line for
} Saturday
i (>
Fresh vegetables and fruits. We "ill have ^
everything the ira. ret produces.
* Parker & Company j

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