The Waxahachie Daily Light from Waxahachie, Texas on May 14, 1904 · Page 1
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D aily VOLUME Zìi WAXAHACHIE. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 14. 1904 1TUMBER 36 Our Garden is Fine Plenty of green and yellow Beans, Squash, Cucumbers, New Irish Potatoes, Fresh Tomatoes, Dewberries, Strawberries every day. ..... Swift’s Premium and Diamond C. Breakfast bacon in today. .... B.HINES “Where Quality Reigns Supreme.” CLOSING Of THE YEAR Prep4r«ti<His Are Being Id de for Com. meiKcment at Trinity Itoiversity. THE PREACHERS MEET FIELD DAY EXERCISES District Conference it ferris b Presided Will Tike Plate at Trinity University Over by ftistiop Duncan. Another euccessful terni of Trinity University will come to au end cn the evening of May 25 with an excellent program to be rendered by the literary societies. On account The thirty-ninth annual session of the district conference of the Waxahachie district was held at Kerris this week and was attended by a large number of preachers from the Monday, May 16. of crop failures in different sections different Chartres in the district of the state last year the attendance was not as large as it would have been, but the progress made by students in all departments has been of a most satifactorv character. The conference convened Tuesday and was presided over by Bishop W. W. Duncan of Spartanburg, S. C. The morning session of the first day was devoted to the calling The Red Cross Flour justifies our guarantee. 51.40 a sack. In fact, everything is first-class at Wake land’s, : : : : : : : : : Fresh vegetables Saturday. 0 J. P. Wakel&nd 0 South Side Grocer. Both Phones WIÊKIÊÊÊÊKKÊÊÊÊÊÊÊHÊÊÊÊÊÊtÊÊIÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ The commencement exercises will of the roll and the appointment of begin Thursday evening, May ly, committees. At 11 o’clock Rev. I. with a recitai by the graduating Z- T. Morris of Kort Worth preached class in the music department. an able sermon in behalf of the General assembly day will be Sat Methodist Orphanage at Waco, At urday, May 21, on which occasion i the conclusion of the discourse a there will be a reunion of the pres- j collection was taken f >r ths Orphsn- ent students and former students of age. the institution | Tuesday afternoon pastors of the The baccalaureate sermon will be ; different charges in the district sub­ preached by Dr. P. M. Riley on mitted their reports, which were re- Sunday, May 22, at 10:3U a. m. ! cefvad and discussed. In the eve- A recital by the pupils of the de- ning Rev. J. ham Barcus, pastor of Prompt Service, Pure Goods, Correct Prices Your Orders Solicited f LEIGH BROTHERS! t Nick s sfi Ice ¡A Cream : am excellence. W u know it is tmod ? v< u w -«ut » xaii>>n •»lily one dollar. »If -'aiIon, t-Oe. Pu t bat 's ait. ('ail for it we will d**» up in pat- THE CANDY KITCHEN NICK NICHOLSON. Proprietor Î Cold Wave Refrigerators # . ' . I » *n n- k Cr ■" Fuv/ers, V\ jtt r C. m .1- ä ' : ! P * ! A ! ' j : - * I r. (S Moves, Buck Stoves and Ranges, Screen Doors and Windows, Black and Galvanized Screen Wire. Full line Sheet Hardware. Moon Buggies, Surries, Phaetons. t Waxahachie Hardware Company D B McCALL, Manager *♦*-** **>* For the Best TRY THE WHITE MOUNTAIN Refrigerator Sold by Ellis Co Hardware Co FOR = ALL = US E,S Whether it 1»« a delicate chain or the heas iest pieces in silver—-this stock is adequate to every demand. Our stock is a very superior one, well assorted with the very newest and most desirable silver and gold articles. Tri# birthday, anniversary or graduating gift seeker can find their wants here. : JOE A. HARRIS, j partment of music will be given ; Monday morning. May 23, at 10:30 j o'clock > The annual entertainment by the pupils of the department of oratory will take place at 8:30 p. m., May 23. j On Tuesday, May 24, at 10:30 a. m. ¡there Will be ¡* recital by the depart- j ment of music and at 8:30 p. ni. the annual concert will be given. Dr. A. K. Turner will deliver an addreNs at 10:30*. m., May 25, and i at shill p. in. the annual exercises by f the literary societies will take place j Lhe clas* r*>H this year is a* tat i lows: Oo next Monday the Annual Field Day of Trinity University will take place on the ca npj s. These exer cises are very interesting at all times, a great variety of events taking place. In the distance races there are five entiies and some of the state record« bid fair to be broken, especially in the 100-yard and 220- yard dashes. For amusement, there are the sack race, the bottle race, the potato race and the baseball game between the faculty and the juniors and seniors. The exercises will begin at 1:30 p. m. and are so arranged that there will be no tiresome waits between times for the spectators. At 4:.ih the Trinity baseball team will m*et the Corsicana league team on the University diamond. Corsicana is now leading the Texas League by a good percentage and HEA D COVERING Getting a little warm isn’t it? Get ready for hot weather. Invest in one of our straw hats, nice—neat—light ............... Straight Brims In the plain or rough straw. Manila straw, in Panama shapes, 5d.f)0 to 54.00 ...................................... Genuine Panam a ’ s— good shapes, 50.50, 57.50 and 510.00. . . every one who knows the Trinity the church at Corsicana, delivered a boys, know' that they will interest stirring sermon on the subject, i the leaguers and that it will be a "Christian Education.'1 The ser- j good game. mon resulted in an endowment of The admission will he 25 cents for I1U0D being subscribed for a scholar- j everything—the contests and the ship in the Southwestern University big ball game. S<> everybody attend and get several hours of enjoyment for 25 cents, . MATTHEWS BROS Tell-the-Truth Clothiers Mood, in honor of Rev. Francis A. founder of that institution. At 9 o’clock Wednesday morning the routine work of the conference was taken up and prosecuted until 11 o’clock when a sermon was Mark'd to Brandon. Col. C. R, Gibson, editor of the Texas Odd Fellow, started t" Bran- preached by Rev. A. F. Watkins of I don yesterday afternoon to visit the W'llltain Gordon Lang, A. B. Mlnni« BradfordCu uningham Glenn Lawson Sneed, A. B AB. Cloyd Loom Graduates it Minnie Finan Adelaide J am V Kerr, music » Biniti A. B I he Meetiif Another fine audience ¡ the Main Str*'*«t Christi as * au lurct Fan- I last night to bear Evangelist non, His «snnon was a continuation of the one of the previous evening on the theme "What shall I j do With Jesus who j*, called the Christ?” T here is not the setn- blance of anythin*' sensational about Mr. Fannon s methods. He uses no I clap-trap schemes, but puts his work upon lhe high plane of a message | from God to man. He dues not degrade his great plea and those who ■ hear are impressed with his evident ! earnestness. He w ill preach at s I p. m. this evening, and at 11 a m. and ** p m. tomorrow, Priit&wg Tonight. There has been some misunderstanding concerning my announcement for tonight and some have thought that Mr. Fannon would perhaps not preach and only a song service be held. There will be preaching by Mr. Fannon* The service will begin at eight o’clock. W* cordially invite you to attend. Chalmers McPherson. EXAMINATION TABLETS For School Fxami- nations, 5c and 10c each .............................. Let us s ’ you.. HERRING Drug Company Nashville. Re\. W’atkms is agent of the super an uated fund of the Methodist church, South. He preached a strong sermon, touching the duty of th*» church to her worn- out j'reachers and the widows and orphans of deceased preachers. The afternoon see-ion of the conference was devoted to hearing reports o, various committees, the p ts-ing on th» characters of local deacons and elders and renewing the license of local preachers. Four delegates were elected to represent th»* hstri’t at the Northwest Texas conference wnicb meets at Mineral WWI» m xt November. Knnis was -“i*-et*- I as the place for holding the next district conference. Bishop Duncan closed the con-1 ference Wednesday night with a sermon. At the conclusion of the; sermon the new church was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies. fleeting ef Rid tstite Men. A. I. Bishop is at home from Dallas, where ! e attended the an- 1 uuai meeting of the Texas Beal Fatale ami Industrial Association. Mr. Bishop says there was a large j attendance and considerable business was transacted by the association Dallas wits selected as the * place for holding the meeting of the* association next year. An ass'xciation of the real estate men of Texas was formed a few years ago and its purpose is to build up Texas, promote immigration and secure such legislation as will be favorable to the investment of outside capital In the state. Odd Fellows’ lodge at that place last night, Soon after the Cotton Belt train left Corsicana ttie trucks «»f the engine tender left the track, delaying the tr iiti until it was too late for Mr. Gibson to fill his appointment. 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The Tribune of Cullman, Ala., dated May*», contained a notice of the death of Major Hiram Adkins, which occurred in that city May 4. Major Adkins was the father of Mr. C. O. Adkins, formerly of this city, but now residing in Dallas. Deceased watt a native of Tennessee] and went to Alabama with his parents when a small child. He was about 71 years old and was one of Alabama's most prominent citizens. For a long time he was a United States revenue officer and served his county a number of years as sheriff. for Mil. Four resident lots within two block- of the public square, #* 11 located. Brice $200 each. SeeiK 3ti K. H. GRIFFIN* The Richest Man in the World. The richest man in the world cat <s not have his kidney’s replaced noi live without them, so it is important;, not to neglect these organs, if Foley’s Kidney Cure is taken at the v' first sign of danger, the symptoms will disappear ai d your health will be restored, as it strengthens and builds up these organs as nothing else will. 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