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farewell to Hiss Billie Burke hlbe rwentlctli :•«*’. I~»»t Butsorir ft. the Title ol “Love’s Reward” ^„K JtKI.lt* TKlBTMi*’ 2.1 motion picture nous M|irr. •Jam It1"1 K|,M’1 ; in •’!’ \TKN’TKI» i, u *m"—Ham comedy. f,lw«rr<»*—Marie lh.ro I2j^»e I.. IJ.'-ky feature. CbpvT'VMed, 1916 Gcoft* K’. iac Miss Billie Burke Empire ThealreToday S:<eci.tl Two lleel Venue < oniedv Feature “Ducking a Discord” HtarriftK Hula- Miller and Hen Turpin. ‘The Greater Obligation” F.imhiii.v two reel dramatic feature, prevent inn Falward Arnold. Adinivsion 5c and Itle. HOME OK KICK BJUMIXCaiAM, ALABAMA Writes Old Line, Old Fashion, Is-gal Reserve Life Insurance at the very lowest cost to Policyholders. MORE THAN #1,500,000.00 INSURANCE IN FORCE IN ELLIS COUNTY Premiums collected on Texas business arc loaned on Texas farm lands. LET US CARRY YOUR INSURANCE. E. F. Phillips, General Agent Wuxahuchie, Texas NATIONALIZED 1890 tUaxaljarhie National 1?anb Of Waxahachie, Texas. 1 Capital, Surplus and Protits Over $355,000.00 YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED J. H. MILLER, President. DE. C W SIMPSON, Active Vice President P. A, CHAPMAN, Vice President -TO! D. LASSWRLL, VV E. McKNIGHT, WILL McPHERSON, Cutler. ' Assistant Cashier. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS 'A CHAPMAN, WM STILES O. H CHAPMAN, J. H MILLEh DR. C. W. SIMPSON, HARRIS McINTOSH, J. LEE PENN, J. W. HARRISON, B. C. CUNNINGHAM ! Bank & Trust Cmnpaug Of Waxahachie, Texas, “GUARANTY FUND BANK” Transacts a General Banking Business. i B0D intere8t bearing and unsecured Deposit* ol this ban* , otected by the Depositor* Gu&rant} Fund of the Btat* *« l® specially authorized by law to art a* Adtulair • UKetor, Guardian, Receiver, Etc. We Respectfully Solicit Your Business .J * rm OFFICERS MAN* Prpsideut R. J. COLEMAN, Vice President ; WU5MAN, Castiier R. C. JOHNSTON. Ass’t Cashier J. E. BATCHLER, Ass t Cashier 6* DIRECTORS n „ leman, j. e. coleman, m. d. rutherford A “■ NEWTON, T. a. FERRIS, R. J. COLEMAN ' C LUMPKINS, T. H. CHEATHAM, PAT W. SIMS ESTABLISHED 1808 Citizens National IBank OF WAXAHAOU1E, TEXAS ^ Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 *! **a*^ a ceutbry we cave been serving our euetornen °* u“nkiag facilities ive extend ibe accommodr rung and well equipped back 4 .. ° E- DUNLAP, President 118L\'mpTA«Vo V Pr«s.; J N. UVNGSFORD, Ass’t. Cashier " CrrzEvr;*.. Pre* ; ER1.1NU Al ELL AND. Ass t. Cashier «uan*,U, Caghier; JUSTUS W FEiUUS, Aup’t. I aghie r*DtNLAP t DIREGTOB8 2j*'C Wrino A FERR1S, R W. OETZrtNDANKR. R K Eh ,LeT0N ,iynN ' FERRIS D G THOMPSON, J. V* *’• LANOSFORD. HIGH CUSS PROGRAM FOR COTTON PAUCE Stitiio Gift it Varied Eotiriinaiit Offered bj ii; Wict Eiposifioa. NOVEMBER 1 TO 19 THE DATES \ Free Concerts by Famous Conway Band Every Afternoon and Evening —Thrilling Free Act* on War Path. - • Waco, Texas.—It is conceded by peo ple all over the South that the Cotton Palace program this year is by far the l>est that has ever been arranged by any exposition. Unlike the aver age exposition, every day will be a feature day. There will bo something big going on every minute of every day. j Free concerts will be given by Con , way's band in the coliseum every : afternoon and night during the entire ! sixteen days of the exposition. | Spectacular free acts will be given on the War Path every afternoon at 4 o’clock and at 9:30 each night. The Queen’s ball and all other at tractions given in the coliseum are ab ^ solutely free. This is the only ex position in the world where extra i admissions are not charged for at-1 tractions of that character. The official program in condensed form of the entire sixteen days fol lows: Saturday, November 4—All build ings open 9 a. m.; cotton parade 10 a. m.; afternoon football, between Bay lor and Southwestern universities; children’s entertainment in the coli seum from 2:80 to 4:30, 800 children1 participating; 7 p. m., street parade; 8 p. m., formal opening of exposition by Governor Ferguson and other of ficials, and presentation of cotton pre miums; 10 p. m., preparedness ball. Sunday, November 5—Free concerts by Conway’s hand and free acts on War Path. Popular excursions will be run on all railroads. Dallas and Aus tin day. Monday, November 6—Buylor Uni versity day. Baby show commences. Football between Meridian Normal of j Meridian and Alexander Collegiate In i stitute of Jacksonville, 2 to 5 p. m.; , ; night, concert and dancing. J Tuesday, November 7—Waco day, 1 j Union Labor day. Business houses i close at 1 o’clock. Nine-thiry a. m., examination of babies; ,'0:30 a. m., ! union labor parade, all departments of city of Waco, merchants’ floats; 2:30 p. m., athletics, speeches, etc., under auspices union labor, athletic field; 9:30 p. m., grand labor ball. Wednesday, November 8 — Texas Central and Cotton Belt West. Co manche, Hamilton, Ireland, Gatesville, Oglesby, McGregor, Morgan, Whitney, Iredell, Walnut Springs, Hico, Dublin, Gorman, Sipe Springs, DeLeon, Rising Star, Cross Plains and Cisco day; also all towns on the Santa Fe railroad, Y. i M. C. A. day. Nine-thirty a. m., ex amination of babies; 10 a. m. until noon, parades by visiting delegations; 2 to 5 p. m., big entertainment, race track and athletic field; 4 to fi p. m., j j all Texas Y. M. C. A. volley ball tour- | jnament; 9:30 p. m., finals volley ball I tournament. I Thursday, November 9 — Queen’s; [ball, M., K. & T. North, Intoru'rban, | Elm Mott, Abbott, Hillsboro, Milford, : Itasca, Grandview, Waxahachie, Al varado, Italy, Temple, Bell County, Lorena, Bruceville, Eddy, Troy, Little River, Holland, Bartlett, Granger, Taylor, LaGrange, Georgetown, Bas trop, Smithville, and all M., K. & T. South day. Nine-tl»irty a. m., examin ation of babies; 10 a. m., parades of visiting delegations from towns and cities; 2 to 5 p. m., entertainment, race track and athletic field; 9:30 p. m., i coronation ceremonies and Queen’s ball. Friday, November 10—Press day. Mart, Marlin, Calvert, Hearne, Bryan, Navasota, Bremond, Brenham, Reisel, and all towns on H. & T. C. and I. & G. N. day. Auction sale of registered [jersey cattle, by Texas Jersey Cattle j club. Nine-thirty a. m., examination of babies; 10 a. m., parades by visit ing delegations; 2 to 5 p. m.. football between Waco and Austin, high schools, athletic field; concert and dancing at night. Saturday, November 11—Traveling I V!’n’s day, Public School day, Waco, | McLennan County, A. & M. College. | all Texas Boy Scouts’ day. Nine-thirty a. m.. examination of babies; 10 a. m., school parade; 11 a. m., traveling men's parade; 1 p. m., parade, stu dents and cadet corps, A. & M. col lege; 2 to 6 j». m., football, Baylor and j A. M.; 2:30 p. m., livestock parade, in front of grandstand; 0:30 p. m., traveling men’s ball. Sunday, November 12—Fort Worth day. Popular excursions on all roads. Concerts by Conway’s band and free acts on War Path. Monday, November 13 — Young Men's Business League day. B t1 horse racing ,n South commences on 1 this day. Special attractions in all exhibit building: One thirty to "> p Ini , horse races; 3 to 4:30 p. m . an ixou. C.uieiit of prue-wuuiing babe.- 'M | I eolfneam; 9:3n p. Y. II. TJ. T„ ball and entertainment features. Tu s<lay, November 14 — Society b.;'l. State University day. Good Koads , and Auto day. Ten-thirty a. m., auto mobile and good roads parade; 1:30 to 5 p. m , horse racing; 9:30 p. m., so- ( ciety ball, the social event of the sea-; son. Wednesday. November 15—Bohem ian and West day. One-thirty to 5 p. m , hor.ie racing; 9:30 p. m., Bohem ian dance and entertainment. Thursday, November 16—Woodmen of the World day, German day. and S. A. A A. P. day. Giddings, Lexi4r , ton, I.ott, Rosebud, Rockdale, Cam eron, Ben Arnold and Burlington day. Cotton Belt East day. Axtell, Mt. Calm, Hubbard City, Dawson, Athens. Corsicana, Powell, Malakoff, Trinidad, Kerens, Chandler, Brownsboro and Tyler day. Ten a. m., German pa rade; It a. m.. W. O. W. parade; 11:30 a. m . parades of visiting delegations; 1:30 to 5 p. ns, horse* racing) 9:30 p. m., German dances and enter tainment. Friday, November 17.—Woman'# day. Special attractions in all wom an's departments of the exposition. Sec special exhibits in various build ings. One-thirty to 6 p. m., horse racing; 2 p. ny., unique entertainment in coliseum, in which ten women’s or ganizations will participate; night, concerts and dancing. Saturday, November 18—Railway and Express Men’s day, Farmers’ day, Old Settlers’ day, Confederate day, G. A. R. day. One-thirty to 6 p. m„ horse racing; usual band concerts, free acts and dancing. Sunday, November 19—All Texas day. Excursions on all roads. Con certs and free attractions. Grand finale 1916 Texas Cotton Palace. GOVERNOR FERGUSON TO READ THE BIG COTTON PARADE. Chief Executive Will Drive Six Mule Team in Street Pa geant at Waco. Waco, Texas.—The fanners are all eager to get in the big cotton parade that will be held at 10 O’clock on the aning of the opening day of tho on Palace, Suturday, November 4. The indications are that it will be the biggest parade of any kind ever held in Texas. The farmers have been getting a record price for their cotton and cot ton seed this year, and they are all anxious to celebrate the good times by being in the parade. The leading team in the parade will consist of six handsome mules. They will be driven by Governor James E. Ferguson. „ Some of the farmers who will be in the parade will be presented with val uable premiums that night at the coliseum at the Cotton Palace. “CUPID INFAIRYLAND.7 Eight Hundred Children in Extrava ganza at Waco. Waco, Texas.—“Cupid in Fairy land” is the title of a spectacular ex travaganza that will be given at the Cotton Palace on the afternoon of the opening day of the exposition, Satur day, November 4. Eight hundred chil dren are being trained by a profes sional actress of national fame for this event. It will be one of the most won derful entertainments ever given at thy exposition. It will be a brilliant riot of rich kaleidoscopic color, brimming with color and beauty. It will bo of such an unusual character that no one will want to miss a single minute of it. FUN ON THE WAR PATH. Amusement How at Texas Cotton Pal ace Bigger and Better. Waco, Texas.—The War Path at tractions at the Cotton Palace will be better and more numerous this fall than ever before. The people love the good old fun path, and every effort is being made to furnish clean, whole some amusement of a character that anyone will be glad to see and to take their families along with them. The old mill and the roller coaster that always thrill and delight the hun dreds of thousands of people who tra verse the War Path'are being painted up and put in first-class condition for the reception of the throngs. OPEN THREE SUNDAYS. Cotton Palace Opens at Waco, Novem ber 4. Closes November 19. Waco, Texas.—There will be three Sundays during the Cotton Palace. The management has made special ef forts to entertain the many visitors who will be unable to attend at any other time. All railroads will put on sale excur sion tickets at a remarkably low rate. Special trains will be operated from practically all towns and cities in the State on all three Sundays of the ex- j position. Special concerts will be given by Conway's celebrated hand for the benefit of the Sunday visitors. There will also be many free attractions of a novel character. SOCIETY HALL A FEATURE. Waco. Texas —The Society hall at the t'otton Palace conceded hy peo pie 111 all sections of the stale to he the leading ocial function of Texas during llie .-nitre year. The chPiseiitu will be decorated in a manner that will . ouvert it into a per-* f°ct fairyland. Prominent men and wo j l*«3 from all parts of the slate will be t. cest. AX INVITIXti BAtHIUMiV makes* the bath the more pleasant, j Thir. is--an am* of open plumbing, where utility and beauty blend to- j gether Into happy effect*. We can beautify your bath room and instal j plumbing arrangements that will not j uni;, give you perfect satisfaction in every way. but will be a source of , pride to you. Edmonds Bros. New Phone M 8. W. Phone 888 Night Phone 8. W. 78*. i R. D. McCombs Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Giant, Tornado, Live Stock and Automobile Insurance Liability and Bonds Wallace & Ralston Transfer and Storage Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed j Old Phone 335 New Phone 1 j H.&TC Oil Burnln, Locomotlw* FT. WORTH uml return Account Manila Gras anil Halloween Carnival $1.70 !>n sale morning of October 20th, pP lay of the doth anil morning of flu list—Final limit November HI. GUNTER HOTEL Official Ucailqua iters T. P. A. and A. A. A. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Absolutely Fire-Proof, Modern European A Hotel Huilt for the Climate Kates: European, $1.00 to $2.00 Per Hay San Antonio Hotel Co. Percy Tyrcn, Owners. ^Manager. Don't worry over trying to find a buyer for whatever you may ha\e for sale. Let the Daily Light want col umn do the wArk for you. tf |»| Itl-i H E CUE \>l I* A I OOI> ft 1- nourishing Sonn* people liavc the idea that because it is cold it is iiphealthlul, hut v In u the doctor or ders It for eontalwent patients that ralluv> k exploded. Hut whether ttje man* is taken for noiuishnieut or plea-ure it units! he pure. Our cr^am is txl^aygood. We guaran tee the purity of its Ingredients. EL-CO Ice Cream Supreme Old Phono 63 New Phone 52 WANT OLUMNl If you want to Buy, Hrll or Kirhaa*o any thins, or 10 lour Hunw or harr rooma to lot, »M tfefao o Jumna. ■ -- ♦ TIIK VUTHKR. ♦ TonUht ami Friday general- ♦ I) fair Maximum >7, mini- ♦ mum o2. ♦ ♦«♦♦♦♦•♦•♦*+♦♦♦« FOR MLB. FOR SALK Two Jersey heifers. Tom Hurloson 193 ALL KINDS of winter blooming bulbs here now. Htrd Forrest. tf FOR SALK Who wants u good four room hotline to move off lot. Phone 159. i»a FOR SAI.K —One large brood mare with colt. Just the thing for the farm. See Jack llnwkins. Waxaha* <hie. ^ 193 FOR SAI.K OR TRADK More than two acres, high and dry. near Trini ty. One half value for quick sale. F. T Ritchie. 191 _t-—.——-— -— FOR HALE On easy term*, bouse ami lot on Ku«t Marvin avenue, or will rent to desirable party. Hee L. L». Lobr. tf FOR SALE—Two and one-half lota in Kirksey addition at a bargain. Sco C. A. Wilkins. tf FOR SALK OR TRADE — King 8 automobile, run three months, per fect condition. Apply to C. A. Tun nell. tf FOR SALE- My nine room resi dence on West Marvin avenue, ad joining University addition. Frank ' Oldham. 3803 Bowser street, Dai last, Texas. tf yjfiTROLA — *40.00 machine and *40 worth of records. Entire outfit $ io. Cash or payments. Speak quick if you want i(. Rhone 337, 183pd FOR SALE A herd of registered Duroc-Jerscy hogs, registered Jersey hull, some heifers and a cow, also some good grude Jersey heifers and a Rubber tiro Columbus surrey and harness. N. J. Thomas. tf FOR HALE—80-acre farm, adjoin ing the town of Boyce, Ellis county; in high state of cultivation, practi cally every acre in cultivation; resi dence and two barns, cistern, on pike road, close to school, churches, depot and postoffice. One of the best cotton farms in Ellis county. See C. W. Kent at Waxahaehie. ot Dr. 11. II. Kent at Ennis. tf HASKELL COUNTY LAND—FTinSt farming land in the middle went. Many exceptional bargains. Here are a few spec Ms: 120 acres, four miles (It Winert, $20 per acre, 564 acres, seven miles northwest of Has kell, well improved, $35 per acre. 1500 acres, thfee miles northwest of Haskell, $iq per acre. 1264 acres, $25 per acre, $5,ooo cash to handle deal. 120 acres, Improved, $30 per acre, $1,200 cash 210 acrea./eight miles southeast of Haskell, 100 acres in cultivation, $22 per acre, $1,500 cash. 100 acres, six miles north west of Haskell, 160 acres in culti vation, well Improved, lank and cis tern, $45 per acre. 1600 acres, six miles of Haskell, $16.50 per acre. 242 acres, eight mile* southeast of Haskell, 100 acres in cultivation. $25 per a’cre. Land is selling fast and higher prides are sure to come. It. W. RUSHING, Haskell. Texas. 198-pd HOUSE FOR RENT—Apply at Mc Duffie Grocery Co. tf FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms one block from square. 200 Water street. Ubone 807 193pd FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms Apply to Mrs. Boozer. 211 McKen zie street. 191 I'd FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur nished room. At 611 Monroe street. 1 hone !»4 1. 192 I FOR RENT*—Six-room house, all | modern conveniences, garage, clojjc; j in, on Main street. Bob Gam- ] : moo. tf FOR RENT—Store building on Col lege street, first door north of Mtd dloiou Printing Co. See Albert Cerf, office over Curlin Pharmacy, tf ■ Ktm RENT- 8 rooms, 2 baths and gas, two blocks from square, Frank-j liu street: also unn 3 rooms and ball,! La: i Pecan .tied. Lust End. C. L < F*nu. tl t f • 1 ■ WANTED. 1-i WANT to mw your wood, phone 704. A. J Kim ber, WANTED—Messenger with wheel. Apply Western Union Telegraph Ce. it! WANTEDv— A middle aged woman' to keep house. Must be flrst-claas. Apply to Texas Cash Grocery Co. 183 WANTED—Three or tour room house to move; must be a bargain. Phone 807. tf M18CKLLANBOCS. | OUT FLOWERS tor all occasions. Bird Forrest. tf A II. D. RANKIN, Contractor Ahd [.under. Phone 413. . tf M. D. Roberts, mores and leyels tiobsoH. Residence phone 337. tf GOLD FISH here now. Bird For rest. tf — - ———- ~ 1 ■ I'Hf DAILY LIGHT will thank you <or any personal or local Horn you may phone or hand in at the nAdk. „ -f —■ — i — TWO CARS Begins*. Michigan, vRalt dry-packed. Get what yon want lie fore it is ail gone. Mcdjiffte Groce ry Compauy. Waxahachie. 103 | .SAVE YQCR DOLLARS—My Ikfct 1 chance offer on Magaslnes, good till ! Nov. lOfh. Liat free at Curlin'* Pharmacy, or phono K. F. Owen. 1|6 dh SEE Mizatl. Peters & Co. for Fife, Tornado and Automobile Insurance. Only the best companies represent ed. Phono 217. tf Call 148 and ask for tho want ud man when you want to buy, aell or uxchungo anything. tf .. ..... —1— ——< . — . ■ m TO MEN—Our system of teaching harboring enables you to learn a profitable profession quickly. Write Moler College, 2011 Elm street, Dal las. 203 pd C. L! KENNEDY ft CO.—Fire, Tor nado und Automobile Insurance. We j represent old line, prompt * paying |compaal#B. South Rogers street. Phone 162. it FPKL FAMINE—Is predicted for several places uh well es hern within next sixty days. With 7000 miners quitting work, together with car shortage for wood, make tho situa tlon serious. An advance of 60 cents per tou is nothing, should the fuel dealers take advantage of the situation. It is not a question of price, but fuel. D. H. THOMPSON. adv 191 .——t-—.. VIOLIN AT BARG A IN—With nice leather case; will sell at $16. Would pass as brand new. Instruction book also Included. Phone 360 or this of fice. dh-tf JU—BgMMa'gJBBEUi- JUUUL1!.' I'T COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT*. For Congress, Fifth District: HATTON W. SUMNERS. ' For State Senator, Tenth District; 1 If. ALDERDICE. For Representative, Place No. W. B. COX. For Representative, Place I: Jack Johnson. For Tax Collector: W. TOM JONES. 'or County Attorney: HENRY TIRBT. 'or 8 he riff: HENRY DEARBORN. , \>r Commissioner, Precinct 1: TIM NEWTON. '*>r Commissioner, Precinct No S' PERCY WOOD. 'or Commissioner, Precinct 4: FRANK KBEBEB. 'or Constable Precinct No. Si JIM HAMM. 1 1 ■"■li ■ .—————^swm I WILL PAY the following prices lor poul try this week: liens, per pound.12c Small Fryers, under 2 \J pounds ... .V* Turkeys, per pound.18c J.E.R0Y j Old PtKHM «u.