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Stockings OcMing re-.dy for Chrlr* mae *r«d thlnkim: of gift*, let us uuggrwt "Silk Sank* lugs.” No item Is more suitable or accept able to your lady or *r<rl trtmd than a pretty pair of this* nice stockings Next time you 1 are do* n town drop in and aoc dainty llvnis of foot wear Ttiey are In black, white and uolld color*, and a goodly line of fancies. Your chuMlif can be bad at 804 HiSW“° Do Your dnMslM Wni|<|ilnc fcarrly I ' ' " 1 Durham’s Tor Good Goods ALL THIS WEEK MMMEICIIB TONIGHT Viaduct Grounds Auspices Fire Department VISIT THE BRUNDAGE MIDWAY—IT’S CLASSY AND ORDERLY—CLEAN AND ENTERTAINING NOTE—The sale or use ot Confetti, Rubber Return Balls or like nuisances is not allowed on our grounds. To get toe urn prices tor any ar ticle yon may Uavo tor sale tt ta necessary that everybody know tin t you hate somethin* tor sale, last the Dally Light want column tell them about It tt DISTRICT COURT HRS HEAVY DOCKET RHERQ >1 MUCH III IMVItH) rRUMl tint tm xi. HMi xnmiiMMi ro .XvtH.XMl.N r. X» (YumInuI Curt Have U*- n VI tor Ho■ Month ol th i iuIk r .XIHtougit lie iitnn.1 Jury Will He ItMfmdM. Tbcrc l» a heavy docket ahead for district ronrl despite th* fact that! ihe cow. 1 has l»*t n uuibk' to alt dur ing tie present month. However. It la the purpose of Judge Hawkins to convene court on December 4 and dispatch business as rapidly as pos sible. There will be no criminal case* calUd during the November term but the grand Jury will be in *>-a*ion to make invi ntleatton of all violations of the law. Th assignment of ca.<Is aa fol lows: Divorce Ihtckei. Tuesday, iHermber 3. HMO. 878#—J. H. U Rhone vs. Mtilr.au Rhone. 8968-—A. !>. iuvlt vs Ho;.i navis. 8979—tills Douclass vs. Cornelius Douglass. 8988—Ales HI vers vs. ( yndla Kiv •r« 8995—Ltd* it Clark vs. Bteve ('lark. 9019—Fletcher Morris vs. Matilda Morris. 8023—Annie Klrksey vs. T. B. Klrksey. IIU37—Addle Bedford vs. James Bedford. 9041—Mattie Wilkins vs. James Wilkins. 9u44—Will louder vs. Balilo Las ler. I 9054—Lillian Lamb vo. Janies Lamb. 9U56 — Will Hayes vs. Kmma Hayes. 9970- Minnie Jackson vs. Nathan Junk son. 9077—Hilliard Harris vs. Kota Harris. 9080—Beatrice Seamoro vs. Ike Seamoro. 9082—M. C. Dyer vs. H. L. Dyer. 9084—Millie Moore vs. Matthew Moore. | 9089— Arnold Adams vs. Orlouna 'Adams. 9092—Bertha K. Knight vs. K L K sight. 9096—Thula McKinney vs. Sim McKinney. 9098— Unid W. Hoogewerff vs. Ulster Hoogewerff. 4 9100—Ora Klley vs. Aurelius Hi ley. 9102—Aaron Hansom vs. Boll Hansom. 9105— Guy Hone vs. Mary Hone. 9106— Nellie D. Skelton vs. J. W. Skelton. 9109—Myrtle 1. Kllinglon vs. W. II. Klltnutun. 'Jill—Gertie Lancaster vs. J. J. Lancaster. 9116 - Alec Anderson vs. Mary An derson. 0118'—Minnie Hamilton vb. Kus sel 1 Hampton. 9119—Lois M ox ley vs. H. K. ,^Iox Icy. 9132—John iJavonport vs. Ruth Davenport. 9128 — William Reading vs. Mary Reading. 9129—T. J. Taylor vs. Minnie Tr.y lor. 9134—liau liluitt vs. Lily Bluitt. 8137—Juke Reagan vs. Fannie Roman. 9140—Mrc. Puttie Roberts vs. T. Baby Beauty Cultivate it, influence it. Just ordinary care with the aid of our baby toilet needs assures the results. POWDERS. PERFUMES. SOAPS Moth Pbomw 07. tmt't.GIUTS We Are Boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. DO IT NOW till Your Oh! Sorkett W ith N> \% Sun Klcett ir tilohe* Mote Uiilit l.os t an rut Our l*rux*> W ill Note You Mourn Itt to 4U Watt.25e eurli tut Watt. . . curti lOO Watt, N liftmen 5*1.00 each Itato You Seen the Net* “Mutue" Nut t’raeker? 75C THE OLDHAM HARDWARE CO. South Rogers St. Phone 311 We are boosters for the Kills t'ouut) Sumianuia K Robert*. 1143—Annie Yrrk vs IP*n York • Its — Nanrre Klo»rr» »* K. D, Flowers, • I S3-~ Msv,:cie llobertn)# vs. Adjc Itnls tUug. till—J. ti. Green vs A. E Green. • Iat—Winnie Davis vs. ithallic Davis. • lia- W It. Hhtdd vs. Alice Bbedd. 9167 — Pearly Howard vs. Jesse Howard. 9158— Maim, riper vs. jonn i r. 9159— Washington Diggers vs. Mary luggers 9162—Litt Snow vs. K L. Snow. 91t." —James Walker vs. Mary Walker. 9166 Mr* E. V Wertenberger v*. Es Wertenberger. 9170— U. F. Pointer vs. Siller Pointer. 9171— Uoxlc Gates v^. Mathew Gates. W'nltM mIii}’, lleeeiulH r (i. 9173— Geo. Collins vs. Mattie Col lin*. 9174— Dora Alexander va. Scott Alexander. 9175— Mattie C. I>yer vs. H. L. Dyer. 9178 — Elisabeth Charles vs. Jo se Charles. 9177—Wiley Rhlnehart vs. Ina Rhlnehart. !• 171—Jessie Daniels vs. Sam Dan iels. 9179— James Hudson vs. Sarah Hudson. 9180— Mattie Myers vs. Charles Myers. 91 FI—Ettio Howard vs. A. T. Howard. 9183— Susie Alltnon vs. Horace Allmon. 9184— Lilia Yarbrough vs. J. B: Yarbrough. 9186— Della Killyan vs. Will Klllyan. 9188—Mary Glover vs. John Glov er. 9187— Minnie Tuyloi vs. Thomas J. Taylor. 9188— Mary Jukuhik vs. John Ja kublk. Dial—John Collins r. Lillian Col lins. 9193— -Ida Williams vs. Cbns. Wil ! Ram*. 9194— John Ming vs. Leila Ming. 9197—Hattie Hudgins vs. J. IJ. Hudgins. 9200—Loreanu Slagle vs. M. M. Slagle. 9291—W. D. Davis vs. Dixie Davis. 9202—Hen Uisby vs. Lucy Risby. 9205—Harry Hunter vs. Ivy Hun ter. 9207— Dock Butler vs. Kills But ler. 9208— Emma Gainer vs. Geo. Gar ner. 9209— Dan Fields vs. Isabella Fields. 9213—Millie Williams vs. Andrew Williams. 9216—Eliza Davis vs. Will Davis. 9216— Fannie Mayes vs. Mack Mayes. 9217— Josephine Robertson vs. Early Robertson. 9218— Lillie Culver vs. Arthur Culver. 9232— Bessie Brooks vs. Joseph Brooks. 9223—Jewell Bradley vs. William Bradley. 9228—Willie Wesley vs. Sylvester Wesley. 9230— Margie Allen vs. Frank Al len. 9231— Louise Gaiues vs. Will Gaines. 9233— Lawrence Strong vs. Mar garet Strong. 9234— W. M. Daniels vs. Georgia Daniels. 9235—Mrs. Mary Smith vs. s. L. Smith, alias Sam Swim. 9230—Caliio Williams \s. Lillie Williams. 9237—Silva Williams vs. Lee Wil liams. 92*38—Mrs. Ida Clem \a. G. W. Clem. 9 239—Willie Battle vs. Donnie Battle. 9240—Lola Williams vs. Geo. Wil liams. 9242— Edna McAndrews vs. Eu gene McAndrews. 9243— Earl Bowlin vs. Amy Bow lin. - i Non-jury rases, November term, district court ol Kills county, Texas: Thursday, IRvc.uIm-, V, llilll. 8014 -J. Si Hogue vs. Southern States l otion corporation et ul. 8851 —Jim Sims vs. estate ot Mary Graves, don used. 8 8 0M— Mrs. I , He Uoekett et ai vs. Murllia E. ltockvtt it ul. 8800 Mis. Matlii Uicuu et ul vs. Elu Glean et ai 81'y7—Allie W. Stone vs. Geo. Killiau i t al yul4—City of Waxuliachie for use. etc., vs. Geo. Sweatl. ye 10 city of Waxuliachie vs. N. A. How lo d ux S‘» 10 .J. N. Lowrauce vs. Myrtle L). Low i unco et al yuon Abe Turtlei is Elmira Tuy lor c t ul y> So W. T V. ui auo v - C E Service I n Kansas Texas. , a trio of fine, trains— T1« Texas Jfew/ N*v££rr’ H« rzr* Schaff, receiver M , K. 4t T. Ky Co. of Texas. 9101— K. G. Hobson nx fr vs. Jas. Harris Hobson. 910$—-Citizens’ National Hank, Ennis, vs. Jas. A. Allen. 9108—Mr*. X. Tankcrslcy et al vs. Kern Hen tie y et al. 9113—Francis Brlgnou vs. Mrs. Lori nr Buie et al. ‘•125— T. P. Whipple, • v; 11. & T. C K. It. Co. 9130—Abe Turner et n) vs. J. 1). Shcgog. 9139—C. M. Jackson vs. II. J. Pip kin. App iirnncc I rocket. 8810—J. M. Tidwell vs. V. P. Nuckolls Jr et al. 9076—James A. Hake-,- et al, re ceiver. vs. Goo. F. Smith et ul. 9136—H. H. Hawley Co. vs. Moore DeGrazler Co. 9138 J. C. Jones, trustee, vs. J. it. Dunuwuy et al. 9139—J. W. Hood vs. C. K. Schaff. I receiver. 914 4—A. D. Uunilell vs. II. t T. C. H. It. Co. 914 6—H. J. Moorhead et ux vs. Southern Traction Co. 914 9—T. Soper vs. James E. Mor ton et ux. 9150— Mrs. M. M. Wil’.brink et al vs. J. P. Sims. 9151— -E. H. Southard vs. Floyd Southard et til. 9156—H. Owens vs. J. W. ltobbins, receiver. 9160—W. T. Hurley et al vs. Ki lls county levee district No. 3 et al. 9101—S. L. Green vs. W. E. Lee et al. 9184—B. B. Eastham et al vs. Alex Rankin et al. 9165—H. Uriu vs J. C. Thomas. 9167— B. Boswell et al vs. Mrs. Tensie Beard et al. 9168— Ida V. McWhorter et al vs. J. H. McWhorter et al. 9169— H. A. Jacksou vs. John Mor gan et al. 9172—C. B. Smith vs. unknown heirs of Nimrod Phillips. 9189— K. K. Atwood vs. Peter Oak ray et ux. 9190— James It. Smith vs. Mamie L. Staton et al. 9192—curs. Sarah Releman vs. The Indopendont Order of Puritans. 9196—William Hunter et al vs.; Will Cook et al. 9196— Henry Owens vs. American National Insurance Co. 9198— Mrs. F. P. Lennon ct al vs. Chas. Lennon et al. 9199— J. Evarts et al vs. John Earl Evarts ct ul. 2203—M. E. Meadows vs. J^ J. Davis c-t al. 9204—Geo. 11. Braney et al vs. P. B. ltice et al. 2206—C. Brannon vs. Pleas Rol lius. 9210— Ex parte, W. F. Feagiu. 9211— i. Z. Ricketts vs. Robert E. Dorris et al. 9212— The state of Texas vs. W. H. Earls. 9214—lleury Border et al vs. G. jw. Flanagan et al. 9219— James W. Knox, receiver, vs. unknown heirs of J. G. Love et al. 9220— lien Jordan vs. Western Union Telegraph Co. 9221— E. C. McCartney vs. Sam Harwell et al. 9224—Watt McCain et ux vs. Western Union Telegraph Co. 9223—Georgia Lee Donley et al vs. B. T. Wakeland Jr. et al. 9226—C. M. Sprouse et al vs. C. W. PUT CREAM IN NOSF. AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clo^Ked Nos trils and End iteud-Culds. You leei nue in a lew moments. Your cold iu head or catarrh will be gone. Your clogged nostrils will open. The air passages ot your head will clear and you can breathe fine ly. No more dullness, headache; no hawking, smutting. mucous dis charge or dryuesa; uo struggling tor breath at night. Toil your druggist you want a stuiull bottle of Ely's Ciearn Balm. Apply a little of this fragrant anti septic cream in your nostrils, let it penetrate through e.cry air passage of tho head; soothe and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, aud relief comes instantly. It is just what every cold and ca tarrh sufferer needs Don't stay, slutted up and miserable. (adv ) I Simpson et al. • JIT -O. W. Watson vs. H. I* Wat son. Stin II. UtRca «. Johnnie Iota et al. a:32 -John F Wrfffbt. trust**. *a I tils County Indepcndent Telephone Co. ! 9135—J W Hood vs (has. t. | rtchsiff, receiver. '■ Jury docket: . Mi-oday, Ih-oi-mU-r 11. 8337—Ida Sparks vs. L. 11. Bent !♦■>• et al. 839C—U W. Buyer vs. 1*. A. Cha|> man et al. 8516 — J. E. ilorrlMB et ux vs M . K K T. 8842 W. C. Harwell vs. J. T. Williams et al. 8867 —Federal Insurance Co. vs. U. MumJen. 8896—Levi Young vs. D. H. I Thompson et al. 8912—.Mis. Jennie I/Jtt vs. Aetna Life Insurance Co. Il.tii day. I»eecml*er 14. 8935—J. B. Fortaon et al vs. P. Freeman. 8942—J. W. Hussey vs. A. W. Wil son et al. 8962—Susan Loyd et al vs. State Hank & Trust Co. et al. 8.(73—II. Hartley vs. P. Freeman. 8987—Susan Loyd nx fr vs. Waxa hachio National Hank. Monday, Dereiiilier 18. 9005— W. A. Johnson vs A. J. Mullican et ux. 9006— W. C. Carter vs. H. & T. C. It. K. Co. 9008—Mrs. Lucile Henson vs. H. & T. C. K. R. Co. 9010—L. A. Stephens vs. Joe Hor en. 9020— Minnie Wilemon et al vs. receiver I. & G. N. Thursday, December 21. 9021— C. R. Tirey vs. Receiver I. & G. N. 9024—Elvis Perryman vs. South ern Traction Co. | 9065—John A. Payne vs. South ern Traction Co. 9066—J. T. Williams vs. Sam 11. Andrews et al. . 9072—It. O. Hoover vs. ‘ W. D. Smithwlck. 9074—T. C. Forrest vs. W. D. Smithwick. JOHN H. SHARP. S. B. FARRAR. J. L. GAMMON. G. C. GROCE. T. P. WHIPPLE. C. M. SUPPLE. CARL TANKERSLEY. Committee. For a Weak Stomach. As a general rule all you need to do Is to udopt a diet suited to your age and occupation and to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when constipated, take one of Chamberlain’s Tablets. For sale by Curlin’a Two Drug Stores, e o d-adv When n widow says “time is a great healer,” is signifies she is tak ing notice. Hot Water for Sick Headaches ! Telit why everyone ahould drink hot water with phosphate In It before breakfast. , } i Headache of any kind, is caused by auto-intoxication—which means self-poisoning. Liver and bowel poi sons called toxins, sucked into the blood, through the lymph ducts, ex cite the heart which pumps the blood so last that it congests in the smaller arteries and veins of the head produc ing violent, throbbing pain and dis tress called headache. You become nervous, despondent, sick, feverish und miserable, your meals sour and almost nauseate you. Then you re sort to acetanilide, aspriu or the bro mides which temporarily relieve bu; do not rid the blood of these irritat iug toxins. A glass of hot water with a tea spoontul of limestone phosphate in it, drank before breakfast for awhile, will not only wash these poisons from the system and cure you of j headache but will cleanse, purify and freshen the entire alimentary canal. Ask your pharmacist for a quarter pound of limestone phosphate. It is inexpensive, harmless as sugar, and almost tasteless, except for a sour ish twinge which is not unpleasant. if you aren't feeling your best, if tongue is coated or you wake up with bad taste, foul breath or have colds, iudigestimi, biliousness, con-" stipation or sour, acid stomach, be gin the phosphates! hot water cure to rid your system of toxins and poisons. R< ults arc quick and it is claim ed that those who continue to flush out the stomach, liver and bowels every morning never have any head a he or knew a miserable moment.— t adv. J buy apples by the bcx— It's economy to buy eating apples by the box. We have them in all sizes from xoo to 250 in the box. Wo are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. Nice, Red, Juicy. Jonathan Apples * Just the kind for School Lunches One-Half Peck for 25c BOYD GOUNAH Two Phones, Both—53 Old Phone; New Phone 163 We are boostc/s fo” tbe Ellis County Sanitarium. The Famous Gebhardt’s Line Chili con carne, spaghetti and chili, rice with chili, gen uine Mexican frijoles—meat added. Gebhardt’s Eagle brand of chili, etc., is one that will give satisfaction. ' L. Y. COLE 6 SON Both Phone* 288 South Roger* Street Fresh Cocoa Nuts NEW CROP AND THEY ARE NICE ONES FRESH SHIPMENT OF SHREDDED COCOANUT Goodlett Cash Grocery “The Home of Gladiola Flour” Old Phone 115 New Phone 30 We are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium^^^^^^ PAN CAKES AND SYRUP— Good and wholesome any time of the year—but particu larly palatable these crisp, cool mornings, before breaking into the harness for the daily work. We have just received a shipment of Pan Cake Flour and Pure Maple Syrup. Don’t Forget “GOLD PLUME” Coffee Is Best. Parker Company We are boosters for the Bills County Sanitarium. MUSIC INSTRUCTIONS PIANO, VIOLIN, VOCAL, HARMONY, COMPOSITION— Dr. Reinhnrd W. Gebliardt, the eminent pianiet. riolly-^ couirooor and Director of Gebliardt College of .Music, ' in Wednesday of each week to teaching a limited number of l,u Wax. aucliie. t . Those desiring to take advantage of Dr. Gebliardt s n tions in any of the above lines will address 03. GEBKA3DT c**v Daily j;r RKi West Knit St., Dallas, Phone S. W. < 1 — _ Turkeys „ 1 will pay the following prices until notuied h*ro paper: ! Turkeys 20c per pound. lwaysP*^ Bring me your turkeys and chickens. I have a j the highest prices for your turkeys and chickens, a short you in weight. You can bring your own co ^ and wei^h your own turkeys, if your scales are coir See tue regardless of prices you nr, ofl»red. •J. E. RlOV Old Phone 613.