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Boys are Hard on Shoes
Especially the School Boy Girls too, Need Good Ones for in set’001 th-y arr n)oro or ,p*s “Tom boy*." Taking into consideration these facts we bought a «tork of Thor'S built especially for the hoys and girls Jo wear to school. Thev were ma le for service, stili the style was in cluded. \nd we bought them as reasonable as the makers would sell them, and we give you the advantage of our ability in knowing how and what to buy. Martin-Simmons Shoe Co. South Rogers Street At the IHxie. For the leading attraction at the Cine theatre today Thnnliouser pre snti Doris Grey in a gripping drama iE the title of'“A Flaw In the Kvi dence" The children’s favorite, 5^ Ovey. is playing a Cub ^dy. "Movie Struck.” “Mutual fleetly" is showing in motion pie ces the latest news happenings of world and the attraction is by felig, presenting Tom Mix in “A Btjr of a Story.” Thursday Miss Billie Burke will play one of the ■Gloria's Romance” series and Fri day Dustin Farntim will appear in a Paramount feature, “Davie Crock tit" At the Empire. The leading attarction at the Em pier today is the fourteenth episode of “Peg 0’ the Ring,” featuring Grice Cunard and Francis Ford in “He Will,’’ one of the numbers of tfie great circus serial. Lubln pre ttou “The Usher’s Due,” a two act drama and the single reel is a Vim remedy starring Hardy and Ruge as Plump and Runt in “Their Honey moon.'' Thursday Francis X. Bush ub will be at the Empire. SAGE TEA DANDY TO DARKEN HAIR It's Grandmother's Recipe to Bring Back Color arul Lustre to Hair. You can turn gray, faded hair beautifully dark and lustrous almost •w night if you’ll get a 50-cent. tottle of “Wyeth’s Sage and Sul ”:r Compound" at any drug store. Hillions of bottles bf this old fam ** Sage Tea Recipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, are Kid annually, says a woll-known druggist here, because it darkens the hair ao naturally and evenly that M one can tell it has been applied Those whose hair is turning gray or becoming faded have a surprise nailing them, because after one or ■wo applications the gray hair van btes and your locks become luxu dark and beautiful. Jbls is the age of youth. Gray kred. unattractive folks a rent Wed around, so get busy with etds ^aEe and Sulphur Com f“d tonight and you’ll be de dted wilth your dark, handsome ' and Tour youthful appearance a few days. • -.? pi operation Is a toilet requi * *»d is n°t intended for the cure, ;‘Uon Prevention of disease. "’AdT.) ku, ' AT RARGAm—With nie« k./’ fse; wil> sell at $15. Would brand new. Instruction book ^ eluded. Phone 360 or this ot ^_ dh-tf TRAFFIC LEAGUE COINERS TEXISJIITE SITUATION DAI.I,AS, Texas, Oct. 17.—Repre sentatives of all the larger commer cial bodies, and many industrial con cerns of the state are in session here this morning, at the request of the Texas Industrial Traffic league to« consider the Texas rate situation. The league, an organization of in dustrial traffic men, will take tfie side of the attorney general in the rate litigation growing out of the decision in the Shrevepoprt rate case. The life of the Texas railroad com mission is threatened by the decision in the Shreveport case. The rail roads, under the decision, have plan ned to put into effect new rates to apply on local as well as interstate traffic. Not only the larger roads, but the thirty-four smaller roads which did not take part in tin* pre vious suit, are planning to do this. Attorney General Looney has filed suit for an injunction against these small roads, restraining them from putting the new tariffs into effect, November 1, as planned. OPKX NOSTRILS! EXD A < OLl> Olt CATARRH Hon to Lot Relief When Head and Xose Are Stuffed Up. Count fifty! Your cold in head or catarrh disappears. Your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more snuffling, hawking, mucous discharges, dry ness or headache; no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your nostrils. It penetrates til rough every air passage of the head, soothing and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous mem brane, giving you instant elief. Head colds and catarrh ield like magic. Don’t, stay stuffed-up and miserable. Relief is sure.— (Adv.) Pair of Mules Brings $300. J. M. Ballard sold a fine pair of mules Tuesday to John Rippey for $500 cash. The mules are only three years old and were raised by Mr. Ballard. Mr. Rippey is one of the county's most successful tenant farmers and rents the F. P. Bradley farm near Collier’s Chapel, wh’ch place he has had for several years, and always manages to save a snug little sum each year for a rainy day. For quick results use the Daily | Light want column. tfj FRESH EVERY MORNING Stone’s Cakes at 10c each POLLIN’ STREET BREAD FROM CORSICANA 6 FOR 25 CENTS Texas Cash Grocery Co 542 untl HI—Xew Phone 221. CANNING CLUB GIRLS ENCAMPMENT NEXT WEEK - I six i.iiu.s iti*ixi m i ls nn \n \X III. SPI \l» \l H k XT HXI. KXS \s I XIK *.l IsfS. Ilia llfmliil It* the Hovcraor of the Slate I- Slw'iliilwl »«»• Salut-tlm of Next Vtivl. Itig Time i* Store. Members of the Girl*" Cunning clubs of Kills county ami ill Texas are planning for n great big time at the Dallas Fair next week. The girl will not go to Dallas In a body Sat- j urday of this week, neither will they | have a part in the demonstration of] the Hoys' Corn and Pig clubs, but | on Monday of next week they will begin an encampment week that promises to be a big event. Mrs. Davis will lake six girls from Kill* county to participate in the on-! campment. They are Mattie Rob erts, Walnut Grove: Hattie Walker, Central High: Christina Holland. Midlothian: Frances Dunaway. Roi; Flora Fulks, Ray. and France Prude, Rockett. The encampment will begin on Monday and continue through the week, with a big demonstration on Saturday. During the week days they will receive instruction In the advanced home demonstration worn, such a« bread making, etc., which has not boon given in their regular work. On Wednesday the girls will spend the day down town, seeing the city from the tall build ings and visiting many places of in terest. At noon the entire party 125 strong will be entertained free of cost with a luncheon at Sanger Bros.’ store. On Saturday there will be a big parade headed by the governor and other notables and the encampment will close on Saturday night. Mrs. Davis plans to spend a considerable pnrt of the time with the girls, but in her absence there will be fifteen county agents present, two district agents and one state agent. BLAHS OF HALTS CLKAXS KIDXFVH If Your Hack Hurts or Bladder Both ers, Drink laits of Water. When your kidneys hurt and your hark feels sore, don’t ge. scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire uri nary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep your bowels clean, by flushing them with a mild, harmless salts which removes the body’s urin ous waste »nd stimulates them to| their normal activity. The function I of the kidneys Is to filter the blood. In 24 hours (hey strain from It 500 grains of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the vital impor tance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of water—you cun’t drink too much; also get from any pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with li thia, and has been used for genera tions to clean and stimulate dogged kidneys; also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot injure; makes a delightful efferves cent lithia-water drink which every one should take now and then to keep their kidneys clean and active. Try this, also keep up the water drinking, and no doubt you w ill won der what became of your kidney trouble and backache.— (Adv.) DALLAS DAY If FI mm I HOLIDAY DALLAS, Texas, Oct. 17.- Today is Dallas Day at the thirty-first an nual State Fair of Texas. It is ex pected that a new attendance record for the day will be et, as other records have been set for almost ev ery other day of the fair. The gen eral prosperity of the state has caused thousands of visitors to flock :o the fair. A committee of young business men lias been at work for a week, irousing interest in the Dallas Day celebration. Practically all stores, minks, and other business houses lave closed, and the mayor has pro 'lalmed today a general holiday. The city has been divided into lections, and each section will use i turnstile at the gate. A hot con est as to which section will have the rreatest attendance at the fair toda.' s on. Prizes have been offered to he business houses which ha\e the ireatest per cent of employee;: pres ent today. Members of the committee haw r- | Should IJ“S di'Tcrcrt from Other* became mote care it taken in the making nr \ the material* used ar* hi chef grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Mftfcr* •.brilliant, *l!ky polUlt that do** n< t i ■' it f • four time* a* long •• ordinary stotwi | pr>;i«h. l*s#s! on *«mpl* *tov** ant) sokl by litfAwAry at*l arnorry Oca | All a- **k i«* trial I*** it nn jr>*«r mnk •fore. m:r ftov# or y«Hir irM r*n*r If vw den'r r>ui it the *••• mtovm ysilth ywi evt* iHh<j. rimr dealer H suttwriiM to »• fund m*t ln***t or |4l*rh Ktlk Stow V’oliah, lUd# In liquid or |«rtc-~Mtt quality. Black Silk Stove Polish Works $terlin«, Illinois fTa* Btsrll ftlltl Wr OryN** trss Viwsrl on ■ rate* rv*IMe M, Ptoe*-Wpes l*r*y«nt* T *• WscS silk Metal fuNsh f..r silver n'.-kel ur It hs« no equal for osroo MtocnrMlea^ toured tlie country around Dallas, urging visitors to attend the fair today. Hogom Hotel Arrival*. Fdlx Nunn. Cincinnati; J. N. Fender, Dslla,;; It. M. Steel, Dallas; .1. M. Elkins. Fort Worth; H. II. Pugh, Pallas: C. M Flanagan, Vicksburg, Mias.; E. t'<. McKay. Hillsboro: B. B. Balt'S, Pallas; J. F. Connelly, Dallas; 11. A., Morris, Chicago; J. H. Johnson. Dallas; \V. J. Robinson, Ennis; Ernest Sehtil inan, New York; II. T. Cerf, Pallas; N. A. Enson, Temple; J. 8. Collins, Pallas; II.' K. Briggs, Dnlaa; W. C. Pittman, Mayfield, Ky.; J. 11. Har din, New York; II, H. Simmons, Hillsboro; C. B, Brocke, Chicago; \V. S. Manglntt, Malwankee; Thos. Fletcher, Anstin; T. S. Young, Fort Worth; Miss N. Pssery, Pallas; E. V. Lesley. Uainsville; Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Marshall. Fort Worth; Frank Smith, Waco; F. B. Ferris, Char lotte, N. C.; Mrs. W. I). Willard, Martinet; Miss Singleton, City; Mr. land Mrs. Tuttum. City; S. J. Ren nett, City; J. B. Smart. Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Shelton, Mem phis; S. O. Scott, McKinney; J. W. jowln, Pallas; C. F. Smith, Savan nah; G. W. Golladay, Maypearl; C. (’. Hightower, San Antonio; O. C. Morris and wife, Galveston; Wm. |Harvey, Pallas; J. F. Schell, Hous ton; K. T. Dodd. Memphis; G. W. Me Elroy, Midlothian; J. P. •Grten wootl, Dallas. Phone !!<;:> for Farley's Cash Gro cery on AlcKinzie street. All kinds of groceries, fruits, cakes and sand wiches for the school children. adv 177 11 lim ine Society. The Ellis County Humane society will hold Its regular meeting Wed nesday afternoon nt four o’clock, October IS, at the Chamber or Com merce rooms. Ail members are urg ed to attend and any others who are interested in humane work. Busi ness of importance. C. M SUPPLE. IV*>-Id.mi. ORA E MILLER. Secretary. Nothing as good for old stoves or iron work as S.-W. Aluminum, the kind that wont burn off. Buy it at Reymuller’s. 178 HERE AM) THERE IN THE DAY’S NEWS. AKRON, Ohio, Or:.. 17.— Wall flowers, stop drooping! Miss Mary Steeds, physical director at Akron university, says any girl may be beautiful if she will substitute dumb bells for the powder puff. ——i Jk. .... CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 17. — Jeffrey Gibbons is a live cop when on duty, but off duty, how ho does Bleep! While he snoozed a thief en tered his home and stole Ills badge from beneath Ids pillow. CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 17 —Mine Paderewski is in Chicago raisint funds to build asylums in Warsaw, Poland, for 100,000 war brides, who have lost their husbands. Wash Away Skin Sores To tho many sufferers of skin dtseaso r>. 1), o the liquid wash has become a household word. They know It Is reliable and they can depend on It, they do not In idtate to recommend It to their neigh tsus. It lias proved itself a remarkabla remedy for all forms of Eczema, it is a germicide that Is harmless to the most delicate skin, but still It la effective and quick In a t Ion. If you are it sufferer from skin diseases. Including ulcers, plm I'l's, scale-', crust or Ee/.emu 111 any form, tula remedy will not disappoint you. It has stood the test and toduy is the master preparation for all skin diseases. feme in today and «~k aliout our guar antee ori D. l> I* Also about Id. Id. D. Soap, that kt. ps the skin healthy. D.D.D.££25 m SWa Bcaeiff Curlln's Two Drug S'orea, Waiuhachio, Terr.3. SANITARIUM BOARD IS ^PLANNINGBIGGAMPAIGN I’RoroNt; r«» * \m ws \i i. Ki ll*. rot \ r\ i\ SHOHTKST i*o*»ihi.k timk. l*rt>|M>M' to lliilvc I'ntnl. W itta W hich to lliiild hilts I on no M'initaiiiim llcfocr Work I- fM«i|>|ie«l. Publicity I iHnmtUrr. The sanitarium board met again In*-) night at Hotel finger*. Holier' Harrison anil \v M. Ninety were sc lotted as assistants to the tienerul ('halt man .fa*. W. Harrison. Owing to the Increased duties of the gen erny chairman It was considered best to gl\e him assistance. II. N. Naylor, Will Moore. Pat Sims, W. A. Ownby and l’. A. Tun ncll were named as n publicity com mitts*.* to put the sanitarium pro ject before the eltliom. This com nilttee will have charge of all pub licity in the county and It is hoped that the press of the county will see the importance of the move and he liberal with their space In the Inter est of the sanitarium. This Is to tie Kilts county's sanitarium and the whole cltixcnahlp should he Interest ed. The date for the campaign to begin will be announced later. On that date It is desired to canvass the whole county. Those who care to donate now can do so by calling on Mr. J. \V. Harrison, Robert Harrison or W. M. Mincey, but your name and amount will not be announced until tiny of general campaign. It is the desire of the board that all friends to the move lie consider ing Hie proposition for wo are ex peel Ini; our people to be very liberal with the matter. There is no better cause you could donate your funds to. SERMaNONLIFE TEACHINGS OF CHRISI "For 1 say unto you, that except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no wise enter It to the kingdom of heaven.” Tills passage of scripture found in Mat thew, chapter a, and verse 2«», was the text taken by Rev. 0. A, Clias tfen at the Main Street Christian church on Sunday morning, the dis course being the third of a series of serntons being delivered on the life and. teachings of Christ. Rev. ChnstPPn said that we were J 11st now studying the sermon on the Mount, the discussion of which will within itself require several clis courses. This sermon, the speaker said, has by some one been very aptly termed The Gospel of the Kingdom, ns in tills great discourse of the Master's, were given virtually* all the great principles of Christian living, that it would lie very profitable tn • deed If Christians would make a con tinuous study of the fifth, sixth and i.eventh chapters of Matthew’s gos pel and guide their thoughts, actions and conversations accordingly. The speaker said that Christ has Just enunciated the great principles of the beatitudes and the blessings em phasized In them; then he Imme diately followed them by teaching the disciples that while Ills followers were blessed by being possessed In mind and heart by these great prin ciples they were not for their own comfort and'salvation alone. He im mediately fixes a responsibility up ci the Christian by saying to them, "Ye are the salt of the earth," mean ing that as Christ ||iis brought tits saving powers into our lives he ex pects us to use these powers in sav ing the world from sin; that every Christian is to have tils or her part in sailing society with the Godly in fluence of a Christian life and saving it from corruption. ‘‘But." the speaker said, "If the salt loses its savor, ‘It is hence good for nothing but to he cast out and trodden under foot of men.’ Jesus was warning his disciples as he does now that they must he care ful to preserve their savor which through Indifference or neglect or sinfulness might become lost by which the church would lo.-;e their influence for good and themselves become as the material salt which tost its savor. "The Mutter said further, 'Ye are the light of the world,’ expected to shin© with (1 tllltns.H it ad Christian lives reflecting the life of the Savior upon humanity. We are not com xr.anded to make our light tthlnc, hut to let it shine, just give the light that Christ lias brought to our lives an opportunity and it will shine within Itself. We are too often afraid we will he too conspicuous in the Master’s service We are willing to have secular honors thrust upon r.s; we can witness to many things In the world, but we are too afraid we , will he s'-en or heard in the cause of 1 the Master. We are not to shine or1 Sun Globes MORE LIGHT FOR LESS MONEY THEY HAVE NO RIVAL 15, 25 and 40-watt.25c each 80-watt. 35c each 100 (nitrogen) watt.$1.00 each THE OLDHAM HARDWARE CO. South Rogers St. Rhone 541 ■OMK WKFIt'K ItlKMIXAIAM. AI.AIiAMA ft Writes Old l.lnc. Old Fashion, Is'gnl Reserve Mfe Insurance \ at the very lowest cost to Policyholder*. MtIKK THAN *1,500.000.00 IXM ltANt’K IN FORMS IN KM.IH COl'NTY Premiums collected on Teta* 1msines* nr® loaned on Tw#» farm land*. MCT VR CARRY YOl’R INHI RANCK. E. F. Phillips, General Agent Wuxaliuchle, Texas make ourselves conspicuous, hut. to let the light that Is within us shine, not for our credit and glory but tnat men may see our works and glorlfv not us, hut the Father who Is in heaven. The gospel hns long ago put Its veto on stationary religion. Christians nre largely the world’s Glide. This should not he entirely truo but there ore those all around us who are judging Christianity and the church hy the actions and con versations of those who profess to be cleansed by the blood of Jems It la an easy matter to confess the sins of the neighbors, but It Is too Often the case that the self exnminn t'on Is neglected In our own lives Our lives should so shine before the vvrrld, that they may sec. not oir piofesaton, - our theory, our claims, bet lliey may sec our good works, and glorify the Father In heaven," Fruits, Cakes nod Sandwiches fo school children at Farley's Cash Grocery on McKinslo street Jus» back of the high sc ho >1 building All kinds of groceries, freo delivery, phone Utilt. adv 177 t’AllTOOMHT t.Ol.ltllllHJ TO UK MAItltllD TODAY. NKW YORK. Ort 17 • \Vhen Reuben L. Goldberg, the New York Kvenlng Mail cartoonist whose In come 1h said to be $100,000 a year, tu-ned out Ids mystery cartoon “It's All Wrong, Irma, It's All Wrong," his friends wondered who Irma might he. Goldberg was married here today to Miss Irma Henman, daughter of Slgci W. Seemcti, a wholesale grocer, Goldberg saw Mias Socman for the first time at a restaurant frith her parents alxnit a year ago. It was m veral months later that bo met her. (iotdbcrg is a qutot young man, "who dees not use the expression*: "I'm ti e guy," "1 never thought of that," "It's All Wrong,” "Katber was right." except in his cartoons. Goldberg In n native of Han Francisco. He cam* tc New York In 1907. While the Hoy Scouts are doing w ell enough, no doubt, they could help n whole lot by rutting the grass at homo. . - ...1 THK < <>N\KMIvNVK OP KBKtTKICAl. FIXTtRKH • vi. f • Ini:*’;.r you can comprehend at a glance. But do you realise the economy they ef r<ct? Better lighting at leas expense than before. That’s a double edged argument that should bring you amund to see ua, ; R.obt. Sewell Klectriml Nuppllea. I’hone T3A BOO VP. Maid I / The man with money put some of his earnings in the Bank when he was young. He is enjoying it now. Don’t be working hard until your <ty|ng day without any money in the c Bank.. START IT NOMi It In a eomfortnhle feeling to know that you have money in the hank, so that wlr-ii your hair is white awl your ttr|w grow slower you nut enjoy the fruits of your eurly saving. The time to hank an I save your money Is when you uru MAKIMi money. Your earning |»ower will wit Inst forever. Now is tlw time to rut out evtravaganres of all kinds »nl hank every dollar you ran. Put YOl'It money in OCR hank. —. We - Guaranty State Bank of Waxahachie, Texas.