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M»rW ^,ur in « !"•* Hoi IVMure -tflK 0l> IU NNKKS .^..fy IVnturina Harry ’* juJ Bowman Tiic»>> in Ta, honeymoon on. JL, rrrwot •MM'ivm. rjjm ri('r«»»ii \i.” »•> "<*i liH-a* IdwiV'Inn .v an ! H»r. Queen Today Hi*" n Tw<» lirl l-ralutv With a Star I a«t "TIJK ItFsKRT HAT.” !. Ku Two Rev! (\iin«*v lVa tmt* With Own Rn«««*fl and a Star Faxt -THK RIGHT CAR IIFT Till: WRONG HKHTH” ItljuisKlon 5c anti lt»r. NATION A LI /.►?« • tBaxahnchiE -National Urn' Of Waxahachie. Tex*» Capital, Surplus and Profits Over $355,000.00 yOLP 4fTO(M sOj |rn> j H MILLER President nfj r tv ot»• oaftv Vntfvp Vlrp f'restdp P. A CHAPMAN, Vice President wv n I ASSW KU. > tu. JtcKWGHT WILL MrPHEKSo <C»*h|‘*r XasiBCant Cashier \nsi8>anf rasht* OIR&CTORS ,-HaPMAN WM STILES O 11 CHaYmAN J H Mil I “ rR C W -TMP30N HARltiS McINTOSH J LR* PP\N I W HARRISON P r f'l'VViMCHW t« ire boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. Jte Bank & Trust Company Of Waxahachie. Texas “GUARANTY FUND BANh fransacts a General Bankmu Busin, jl* ncn-*f te/ost oeanas aao uusecureo ,» *|Htecto<l by tlte Depositors Onarsno ‘'"nnc it •*>• DU Btnk l» spedailj lurnorlteo t>j '»« Mr Erwator Ooardlan Receiver, Etc We Respectfully Solicit Your Business OKI ICICRS if COLEMAN, President. R J COLEMAN, Vice Presides l COLEMAN, Cashier R C. JOHNSTON. Ass’t Cnehi. J E RATCHLEU, Ass’t Cashier DIKEtTTORS 5 W COLEMAN. J E. COLEMAN M D RTJTHERHOR* D R NEWTON, T. A KERRIS. R J COLEMAN J. h. LUMPKINS T H CHEATHAM P\T W SIMS W-are booster: for th<- Kills 1 ounty* Sanitarium.' -.wr ahijhhkd tuni* Citizens National Bank « OF WAXAHACHIJE. TEX At* Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 ■v almost naif a century we nave bee! aervii!* uu> oubi.os f|tncee#in need of hunting facilities we T-tend hr m nf a strong and well eaniDT,ed hanb O E. DUNE A F, President 11 FERRIS, Active V. Pres.; J. N. LANUSFORD, Ass t Castile i W. SINGLETON, V. Pros.; EKL1NG HELLAND, Ass t Oashie if GETZENnANER. Casnier: JUSTUS W. FERRIS, Aes’t Oaeille DIRECTORS ' 1 DUNLAP, T, A FERRIS, R. W. GETZENDANER, R K ER SC.W. GIBSON, F. A. FERRIS. D G THOMPSON. J W i V MNOflS'dBb Hears boosters for th> Ellis County Sanitarium. K DARK HAIK AM) I,(H)K YOIXG pf'iui Tell When You Darken tided Hair With Sage Tt'j*. Wudmother kept her hair beau 11 darkened, glossy and attrae Dtti a brew of Sago Tea and P Whenever her hair took on H«l!. faded or streaked appear Miiis simpie mixture was ap • *ith wonderful effect. By NManv drug store for "\Y> Hid Sulphur Compound." "'I1 Set a large bottle of this precipe, improved by the ud-i ■ other ingredients, ail! |f°-r use for about 50 rents' jpPh mixture can be depentlt d upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound now because it darkens so naturally and evenly iliat nobody can tell it has been ap plied— it’s so easy to use, too. You simply- dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through your hair, tak ing one strand at a time; after an other application or two, it is re stored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful. This preparation is a delightful toilet re quisite. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease.- (Ad'\) At the Empire theater today the Kalsm company presents Marian Sal* and True Hroadntan in "The C.un Runners," This is a two art dra matic feature ami pictures a sensa tional story. The V'n comedy com pany featuring Marry Myers and Rosemary Theby in one of their fun ny comedy hits in the title of "The Honeymoon Car." The other reel is an Rs-may (’animated Nooz Picto rial cartoon comedy ns drawn by Wallace Carlson. At ll*c R nipt re l’rlday. In connection with the regular program of the Empire theater Friday the Howell Hardware com pany will present "Through Death Valley," a motion picture showing the death ride through Death VRlley in a Dodge Brothers motor car. This is the orlginnl and true story of O. K. Parker’s memorable trip through this arid desert land. The total dis tance of the trip was 957 miles, and was made In eleven days. If you would see nerve displayed in at tempting a trip through such a des ert you wil! not be disappointed at the picture as shown at the Empire Friday. At the Queen. Two two reel features are being shown at the Queen theater today. The dramatic production is by the ltison feature players, in the title of “The Desert Hat," with a star cast. Tiie other is an I.-Ko comedy fea ture in two parts, featuring Dan Russell with a notable cast of come dians, in “The Right Car Rut the Wrong Rertli." A laugh from start to finish. Rentfrow Is Here. The Rentfrow Stock company ha - arrived in the city and their work men are busy today putting up i I ig tent, which will be opened to night at the corner of Washington and Madison street' . Tiie lieu tf rows will open their en gagement here with a beautiful iV rtli Canadian drama, “The Call of the Woods.” Mr. Rentfrow has one c;f the oldest companies of its kind on the road today and > very one wit > has witnessed a performance of thi. company knows it to be a moral and clean show. The company "as or ganized in 187G by Mr. .1. N. Rent flow and lias never been closed, making a record of thirty years, and the greater part of that time ha been spent dght here in Texas. Mr. Rentfrow and his entire com pany look forward tn meeting their ii'any friends they have made on 1 revious engagements in Wuxaha ehie. ♦ ♦ W AK OIHUTIKS. V ♦ -■ — ♦ « LONDON. Nov. 13.- How * ♦ did you start life?” demanded ♦ ♦ an officer of the Last Hemp- ♦ ♦ stead military tribunal of an ♦ ♦ applicant for exemption. "A ♦ *r a baby, 1 suppose.” answered ♦ ♦ the applicant "If you Ret too O ♦ flippat.it you'll end it its n sol- ♦ ♦ dier,” the offieev retorted. "Ye.. > «> or a com:/'..” the applicant pat- » ♦ ried when the appeal was re ♦ fused. ♦ ♦ — - * ♦ LONDON. Nov. 13.- More «■ ♦ thau 8,GOO women arc now eui- ♦ ♦ ployed on Loudon street ears ♦ ♦ either as “conductrc: ses" or ♦ ♦ “motorwomen.” ♦ ♦ ♦ Through Death Valley j I A GREAT MOTION PICTURE | I at the Empire Friday 11,1 Connection With Regular Program. Same Prices—5e and iOc. HB B Through Death Valley in a I e Brothers Motor Car I a true store in motion pictures oi O. K. ParKcr» men n C«p ■ this arid desert land. Will he shown at the Empire incalre i n | • 111 connection with the regular program. Admission 5c and 10c. * _ It4 - __ - .. a-r n nr K. L' ■ -t It Is Our Desire to Give You Better j j Service < And in order that this may be done we have added an auto truck that we may give you belter and more effici ent service. Hurry Calls will bring a plumber to serve you immediately. When belter plumbing service can be given, we will lead. Edmonds Bros. New Phono ilJ* S. W. Phone «* Ni«h« Phone S. W. 7H4 We are booster:) for the Kills County Sanitarium. ■■■ ■ — —.__ I ,-’— ' T — R. D. McComh ! i Fire. Life, Accident, PI# i Glass. Tornad' , l.ive S-»«. <i)d Automohil* insma** iaNiliti nr) U- o Wr are boosters for the Kills I County Sanitarium. I --i—-— 1 Wallace & Ratato | *Van ;? * | I Guarantee ' Oid Phone 3 i 1 . Vew Phone 1 I -• -war ->^wirt».rmvisi ma.-aammmtmm m wmmmm nun i mi.h.ias a n< I rc( urn SfJO. 10 On sale Noi ember ;M) ami December 1 — Final limit December l>, 1016. Official Hcadt|unrtei'h T. i‘. A aikI A. A. \. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Absolutely Eire-Proof, Modern European A Hotel i’.nilt for ilie Climate Rites: Europefitl, SI.00 to l*cr Day San Antonio Hotel l‘ti. Percy Tyren Owners. Manager If you contemplate marriage this ffili let us print your marriage tuvl tnti ms or announcements. J. T Tucker, job printing, “that’s all.” nt the Daily Eight office. tf Ssrviee Is Still There We ere Eoing Bus-ness In the yamc old way, and will appreciate your or.lers for milk I and u« cream. El-CoCreamery Co ! Old Phone 63 New Phone 52 i f MAKKtrT RKniHI • 9 « i oil n--\< « T*W% '^•lMr*« * wtly r<>a* Closed Open Umh laJ» Cloe ><• 19 30 19.50 19.70 19.49 19.87, fan 19.35 19.57 19.76 19.52 19.73; Mar 19.49 19.69 19.94 19 08 19.91 May 19 67 19 89 29.08 19.87 30.07 <\>4l4>u—>r« Orleans Ftilnrw. Tesd’y. Today Closed Open IllKh *.ow Clos’d [Mo. 18.84 19.01 19 16 19 00 19 17 Ian. 19 00 19.18 19 38 19.15 19. S3 Mai 19.24 19 46 19 61 19.42 19.60 May 19.44 19.68 19 82 19,62 19.89 4|kS * "4>ttOII Sow York . 19.60 Sow Orleans . 19.19 Houston.. 19.75 Dallas . 19.05 lirarpool ffpoM. Vestorday . 11 42 Today . 11.49 l.llvrtMHil Holes oiul Ht'ivlpl' ■tales . 10.000 Receipts . 10,000 ttilrago Grain. Wheat. December, closed ....$1.89 Wheat, May. closed . 1.94 Corn, December, closed.98 ('ora. May, closed .IfS Hats, December, closed.58 % Hats. May. cloned .02 l*sal Macke* ft. Anvahacbte dealers are pa* i •hr folio* tux urice* *ni roue' IIIC* 'OflHV Cotton, good middling . 19.45 L'otton, strict middling. 19.25 L'ottou, middling . 19.05 ot'on seed, pci ton.$50.00 Wheat. No. 2. new .$1.75 • iled oats, per ton . $15.00 f'orn, per bushel . $1.20 .its, per bu: hoi . 60c to 65c Alfalfa hay, per ton. . .$18 to $22.5.0 i alrle hoy, per t >n ..,.$16 to $10 •On on gr hs hay . N, . $ 10 to $15 • rg.hu in hay . $16 iai/.o in heads . $30 i'hlckens. friers, per lb . 16i h'Ckens. tirollern pet ill 17 W ■ Turkeys, per pound .20c Docks, each .20< LJeese, ench . 36i Old rooBiera, each .. 16 r<%to hutterfst per pound r’ggs, per dozen ..f.3 5 Country butter, lb.20c ’o 28 Hons, per lb . 12c tweet potatoes, per bushel .. $1.00 ’ on foot . $9.50 , . III says glass or hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out poisons. I if >ou wake tip with a had taste, had breath and tongue is coated; if your head Is dull or aching; If what you eat Hours and forms Ban and add in stomach, or you are bllous, constipated, nervous, sallow and can’t Bet Deling j o t right, begin in side bathing. Drink before break fast, a glims of real hot water with a teuspocuful of limestone, phosphate in It. This will flush the poisons and toxins from stomach, liver, kid reys and bowels and cleanse, sweet - i n and purify the entire alimentary tiact, Do your lndde bathing im mediately upon arising In the morn-, irig to wash out of the system all j the previous day's poisonous waste,] .cases and sour bile before putting icoro food into the stomach. To feci like young folks feel; H.e you felt before your blood, ner \» and muscles became loaded with Lady impurities, get from your phar macist a quarter pound of limestone phosphab which is inexpensive and almost taotele-s, except for a nour ish twinge which i t not unpica nut. Jus’ uu soap and hot water act oh the klu. cleansing, sweetening and frei heulng, so hot water and lime stone phosphate act on the stomach, liver, kidneys and bo- els. Men and women who are usually constipated, blllon.c, headachy or have any stom ach disorder should begin this !n sidi bathing before bn-.k! They itre ussur< -1 they wilt become 'F i! crank., ui the subject .shortly.—— udv. War Takt - All t. >m lie,. WINNIPEG, Man., Nov. IT—Of fer-ng up bix son . three stop sous and a bru be- ly-luv- ,tp death on i’ninec' h; itleficld with the m-iian fi.th.-, Mrs. Emma W > I - kins' spidt of optittimru rcniaJns in dim u • ‘l today though h< learre d her husband died d< tending tue I u iou Jack m Afro a. When En .laml elite 1‘ed Europe ! war, she urged till vt h r ! • to ioin t 'ified' in color:.' WANT COLUMN If you want to Huy, Sell or Kx«-han#e anythin*, or Want to Rent 1 our llouar <»r have room* to let. u* r rolwnma. ♦ THIC WKATHBIt. ♦' ♦ — ♦' ♦ Tonight unsettled, rain or ♦ snow, ('older, f reeling; tern- ♦ ♦ bernt-ire will be 18 to 20. Tues- ♦! ♦ day generally colder. ♦ MAI.I ►'OR SALK Plenty of old new*-' npers at tho Dully Light office, tf • _ ^ I ALL KINDS of winter blooming bulbs hero now. Dlrd Forrest. tf FOR SALK—The best buggy horse in Kilts county; nlso good Colum bus surrey. N J. Thomas. tf Al’TOMOUILE Five passenger Cole in fine condition, good terms. Apply at Kenner *- Erwin’s office. tf I — —-’ *• 1 ’ 1 " 11 —-■ - ir ■ * * FOR BALK Young cow with second calf, flesh. Finn cow and will sell cheap. Three to four gallons daily. \x\ s cox. R-A . Midlothian. 201ptl FOR SALE Oil TRADE Kin* 8 automobile, run three months, per fect condition. Apply to C. A. Tun nell. tf FOR SALE -Two and one-half lots u Klrkeey addition at a bargain, eo C. A Wilkins. tf FOR BALE — Five passenger 1911> model Ford. See ear at Wft.xaha [ chic garage. Address W. M. Dawson, Waxahaehie, Route F, or old phone <008-12. 206 pd TWELVE GOOD FARMS FORESALE This is a good productive upland ■nd loam soli with u good day sub* " Low price and attractive terms. Uso have uouin of the best black iv xy prairie loud in the state which 1 can aoll you at low prices. Write me how much cash you have as pay ment, uiul get free list of farms for sale in Kemp country. Hugh Gam ble, Kemp, Texas. 208pd FOR SALE AH grades o< wrapping paper havti made an enormous In crease lu price within the past year. We can sell you newspapers which will answer the same purpose us regular wrapping paper. We have i large quantity on hand and can ell you all you want at ONE FOURTH the price you are paying for wrapping paper. THE DAILY LIGHT. tf FOR It Birr HOUSE FOR RENT—Apply at Me ti'jffle Grocery Co. ^ KOU ItHNT—Niculy furnished light ■ usekeeping rooms close In; all con veniences; to parties without chil li eu. Rhone tl8ti, 415 College st. tf FOR KENT Two rooms furnished or unfurnished, with all modern conveniences, also garage. At 510 We t Jefferson street, H.W. phone '<7k. 205pd -» Dll UKN'i Store buIP.mg (in Col !egi street, first door rorth *>f Mil llftion Printing Co. See Albert fvrf. office over Curlin Pharmacy. < FOR KENT -Six-room l.ou >> o' Brown street, one block from lllgl j s'-hool. I'hone 827, or s»G. C I Sweatt. SJOt; / tMvrim WANT to saw your wood. Old phone 704 A. J. Fincher tf WANTED—Three or tour room house to move; must be a bargain. 1'houo 807 tf PE ROC JERSEY PIG—Two month: old, fat and well developed. $fi.5*i I if sold at ont o. Phone 3t»0. dhtl WANTED Table boarders and roomer Mode; a convent* aces. A! 610 West JufterKoil struct. S. W phone 07it. .105pc! WANTED- A it; to woiU fed be id l,y young man wb6 '•'nuts te cite.id ’1 rlnity tudversaty. Can lur lash reference .in.; i, not. afraid oi i ■ ork. Gary Jva*.\ Bloom lug Grnc | Te • as. ft i DOST—-A brooch at tlie pure fe<oi show Salurdt’. night. Finder ret tin to Mrs Pat Wilson, or phone PS8 | f 2o; MIHCKLAANEOCR. II Tin? i:~ihe chrysanthemum season • Vend h — ■*. b')*iuet. Bird R’crest. t CUT FLOWERS for alt occaatoua. Rird Forrest. H II. I). RANKIN. Contractor and Limiter. Phone 4IS. if M l> Roberta, mores and levels house*. Residence phone M7. tf SEE Mirell. Petera ft Co. for Fire, tornado and AutOmobtlo Inaurance. Only the best companies represent •■d. Phone 217 M VIOLIN AT RAROAIN- With nice .outlier case, will aell at 116. Would pas* as brand new. Instruction book ilso Included. Phono 360 or tbla of fice dh-tf To MEN—Our system of teaching timbering enables you to learn a pi fltnhle profession quickly. Write Motor College, 2011 Elm street, Del- -— Ins. . 20? Pd BILLIE BRATCHER representing Waxahaehte Nursery Company. Our specialty: Trees and plants adapted to southern soil and climate. I will appreciate your’’order. Waxahaohlo, Texas. d203-w43 C. I, KENNEDY &, CO.—Eire, Tor nado r nd Automobile Insurance. We lepresent old line, prompt paying companies. South Rogers street. Phone 153. n » ^ ItOWDKN COTTON Slvttl>«4li, a cur of Number on« Roas((e^^ iecd, direct from N. 11. Davis of Wills |* hut. Every sack KnniWtdml i $1.75 per bushel, lu 12 bushel lots or more. \V. It. Htoojca, ll-fl \' axahnchle 20(1 K*srn »• v company for thu conviction d I Oil It.null A.(tlO •• I. Light from the vard or lawn tiberfiber of i hie paper EN ot'MLISHINO COM %* • » _ _ To got the best prices Tor any ar ticle you may ha’'o for sale It in necessary that everybody know that vou have something for sale. Let the Delly Light want column tell hem shout t tf Don’t worry over trying to find a buyer for whatever you muy have for I ale. Let the Daily Light want col umn do the work for you. tf i - - ■ —— m I'jTPTrrffH TRAIN KILLS 10 WOMEN LABORERS, BERLIN, N iv. 13.—The Hatkttu Express, which runs between Con stantinople and Berlin, dashed at full speed Into a party of women section hands in a suburb of Berlin. Nineteen women were killed. There was u heavy fog ut the time, rim women had stepped out of the ay of a west-bound train and did • ot observe the approach of the 'tulkun Express. CALL 14S <■«’ WANT \I» KtipVICB. ■ Jr.m V Hr’adicho Powdetts re lieve at cure—lv> cent* ft package. i >u »Ao Hr. James’ i '»wl«r and in just u few moment* /cur head »tears and all neuralgia and atrws vunudua. It's the quickest ii 1 our,-t relief for headache, whether >!*, throbbing, rpMuing or nerve* racking. f^end Bor.ieone to the drug store and fret a ilium piu-kago now. Quit nlToi'ing—it'rt so needle**. Bn -n: ■ vou fcit Dr. James* Headache • l*>>w>lyr*—then there will be uo dietp* f poiutiueut.