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Theatre Today The Cali of the Qifterlands JHistiu Fjirmnn »»<I No**'1’1*' < i,st tdinMon ,v ,u,,, IOc: » • - -_ Empire TheatreT oday „ K»;mav C'ompany Presents Marguerite Clayton and a Star Cast In a Two Heel Feature ‘An Old Fashioned Girl* Ham. Bad ami Ethel Teare in a llam Comedy “One Step Too Far” "THE SEEK' TRIBUNE”—A Fine Motion Picture Newspaper. Admission 5c and 10c. NATIONALIZED 1890 fOaxaljacht? National Bank Of Waxabachie, Texas. Capital, Surplus and Profits Over $355,000.00 YOUR A (TOP NT SOLICITED J. H MILLS®, President. Bit O. W alMPSGN. Active Vice President P. A. CHAPMAN, Vice President linsd. lasswell, w. b. Mcknight, will mcpherson. Cuhier. Assistant Cashier. Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS J A CHAPMAN. WM. ST1LE3. O. H. CHAPMAN, J. H. MILLER DR C. W. SIMPSON, HARRIS McINTOSH, J. LEE PENN, J. W- HARRISON. B C. CUNNINGHAM. We are boosters for the Lllis County Sanitarium. State Brnilt & Trust (Eumpattg Of Waxahachie, Texas. “GUARANTY FUND BANK” Transacts a General Banking Business. fh« non-internet bearing and aneecured Deposits ol this ban* m Fotactoc by ‘be Depositor! Guaranty Fund ol tbe Btatu ♦< TUI Bank Is specially authorized by !»w to act u Adcalut* BiUr, Executor, Gustrd'an, Receiver, Etc. Wc Respectfully Solicit Your Business OFFICERS 8 W. COLEMAN, President R. J- COLEM AN, Vice President liCOLEMAN, Cashier R. C. JOHNSTON, Ass’t Cashier J. E. BATCHLER, Asa't Cashier DIRECTORS G. W. COLEMAN. J. E. COLEMAN, M. D. RUTHERFORD D. R. NEWTON, T. A. FERRIS, R. J. COLEMAN J. C. LUMPKINS, T H. CHEATHAM. PAT W. SIM8 We are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. ESTABLISHED 1W»W Citizens National fiank OF WAXAHACHIK, TEXAS Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 [oi almost half a century wc have boon serving our customers j® those iu need of bankiag facilities we extend the accotnmod* of a strong and well equipped bank. , , O. K. DUNLAP, President [ A. FERIUS, Active V. Pres.; J. N. LANGSFORD, Aes’t. Casbleri W. SINGLETON, V. Pres.; RULING HELLANI), Ass t. Cashier; tW OETZKNDANR’R. Cashier; JUST08 W. FERRIS, Ass’t. Caeb’er , , „ DIRECTORS * *• DUNLAP, T. A. FERIUS, l;. vV. UETZENDANER. R. K. ER W GIBSON, F. A. FERRIS, D. G. THOMPSON, J. W WiLtTON. J N LANGSFORD. "c are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. THE CAREFUL AUTOIST WILL KEEP HIS CAR IN OUR Heated Modern Garage win re it will be safe from tiie 1 costly—''freeze up”—and safe also from t lie dangers of the UNWWTCHED, FLJMSY, barn I or private garage. Here >ou will find a building of modem ton-Lructiou, a con stant, watchful, courteous ser vice and all the advantages of perfect washing and polishing and a first class repair depart ment. Have us quote rates. jjCB. Jackson Motor Car Co., Inc. — sot tii rnnxn. The farmers are all about through picking rotten In this community and gone to work preparing their land for another crop. Rev. J W Newsom, lietter known to us as John Newsom, preached at this place Sunday morning and eve ning. , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Giles nnd Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Chiles spent the noon hour with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Han kins and attended services at this place Sunday. Misses Clara Llewellln, Pearlie May Pigg and Velma Moses took din ner Sunday with Misses Gertrude. Bertha and Ola Carroll. Mrs. Sallic Pago entertained quite a number of her friends Saturday at her home with a dinner given In honor of her seventieth birthday. The dinner consisted of Turkey and other edibles that is required to make a dinner perfect in every re spect. and it was enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Page received quite a number of presents. Those present were: Mesdames Annie Farrar, J*. M. Wheatley of Wyatt, Lucy Oraston, John Bavis, J. E. Price. Brice Bur gess, W. H, Hankins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Page and little daughters. Mil dred, Vivian and Jewel, and C. C. Wheatley and Misses Mollie Phillips and Leonie Davis. All present join in wishing her more years of health and happiness. Hugh Norman of Five Points at tended church at this place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Gardner of lkc community attended church here Sunday. Rev. W. M. Prestrjdse and Rev. J. W. Newsom and. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pigg took dinner Sunday with .Mrs. Wylie Barlow. Miss Dessa Burgess took dinner Sunday with Miss Ona Aday. Mr. and. Mrs. Brice Burgees spent Sunday in Waxahachle. Miss Martha and Study Harwell are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Moses. Will Harwell of Oklahoma is vis iting his two nieces, Mrs. S. Moses and Mrs. Jess Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burgess spent Sunday with Bob Aday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wheatley spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Holly Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe French spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Parten. Miss I^orone Burgess spent Sun day with Pauline Hankins. Elbert Vnntrese is very sick at this writing with tonsilitis. His many friends hope hi will' soon be well again. Misses Lorene Burgess and Pau line Hankiiis spent Saturday with Juanita, Marie and Gladys Harwell. Mr. and Mrs. Fawny Marclibanks and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Roebuck. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Herrington of Nash community attended church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner spent Sat urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Joe •Jenkins. -+-. KORKKSTOX. Rev. Dupont filled his appoint ment at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tate and l'anii ily vailed Mrs. Tate’s brother, John WhUcfield, at Red Oak Sunday. Mrs. Frank Price of Pottsboro is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rodgers. Miss Ruby Watson and" brother, Seargie Lee, Will Pendley and Cecil Johnston were Sunday guests of Lottye and Harry Appling. Mrs. Lillian Harris and daughter, Juanita, spent Sunday with Mrs. S. P. Leatherman. Misses Ruby Watson and Lottye Appling spent Sunday afternoou with Mrs. Mollie V. Smith aiul Mrs. Audry Loyd at Nash. Mrs. Jeffries attended the Cotton Palace at Waco Saturday. Miss Lena Mina Harwell spent several days last week with her sis ter, Mrs. Pick Roebuck, at Nash. Misses Annie Love Ellison and Ruby Watson entertained with u party Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Justice. Refresh ments consisting of fruit, hot choco late and cake were served to about sixty guests. Mrs. Will Harwell bus returned home from un extended v isit to Uvalde. Farrar Briggs of South Prong at tended church here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker and daughter, Mrs. Will Worley, went to Waxahachle Monday. Guy Roebuck of South Prong at tended church here Saturday night. J.E. Rodgers lias purchased a new six cylinder* car. Mrs. G. W. Martin is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bob Hickiuau, of Avalon. Mrs. i\ G. Cox went to Y\ uxatta chie Saturday Mr. and Mrs. G L. Kosbuck and family of South Wrong spent Satur day ninlit and Sunday with her pa rents, Mr. and Mr*. V. C. Adkins. PLUMBING^ ft TH \T MOliXINfl HATH How often has it had to be postpon ed becAuffe the hot water wouldn't come, or the faucets wouldn't work, all because there was somethin* wrong with the plumbing? If you want pood plumbing work at short notice, call us. we arc right on the job. Just call us on the 'phone and we will remedy the trouble ir. short order. At Howell Hardware Co. Edmonds Bros. Hew Phone A3 8. W. Phone 223 Night Phone 8. W. 784. We are boosters for the Kills County Sanitarium. R. D. McCombs Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glassjornado, Live Stock, and Auto mobile Insurance. Liability and Bonds. We nro boostors for the Ellis County Sanitarium. Wallace & Ralston Transfer and Storage Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed Old Phone 335 New Phone 1 rm—i \ Dll ii urn Inc Locomotive* NEW CHILEANS unil return $20.10 On wile November 80 anil December 1 — Final limit December 0, 11)10. Mrs. 1*. O. H1uc1k‘II Tells How Site Cured Her Son of a fold. “When my son Ellis was sick with a cold last winter 1 Rave hint Cham berlain's (touch Remedy. It helped him at once and quickly broke up his cold,” writes Mrs. P. O. Stuchell, Homer City, Pa. This remedy has been in ut3e for many years. Its cood qualities have been fully pro ven by many thousands of people. It Is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Curllu’s Two Drug Stores. e o d—adv If You Want Milk Telephone the EL-CO We are Doing Business AikI oil) appreciate your order*. We make itpeehtl creams, lee* and ties* i ts lor all cccuslotis. El-Co Creamery Co Old Phone 03 New Phone 52 MAKKKT REPORT. < Cotton—Non York lulwrea. Yead’y Today Closed Open Utah Ia>w Closed L'eo JO.34 20.0*> 20.15 19 SO 19.82 Jan 20.47 20.20 20.30 19.96 19 99 Mar 20.69 20.38 20.fit 20.1* 20.28 May 20.87 20.60 241.70 20.41 80.87 Cotton—New Orleans l ut tires. Yead’y Today Closed Open 111 k0 Closed iHc 19.81 19.65 19.66 19.36 19.37 Jan. 19.97 19.86 19.86 19.49 19 63 Mar 20.26 20.10 20.10 19.78 19.89 May 20.45 20.23 30.33 20.00 20.02 Spot Cotton. New York . 20.10 j New Orleans. 20.00 lloustou.20.20 Dallas. 19.50 Liverpool SjHits. \ esterday . 12.39 Today. 12.13 4 Liverpool Sales nnil lloclpt*. Sales . 8,000 Iteceipts . 13,000 \\Jlu>at, December, dosed .... 11.80 Wheat. May. closed . $1.87 Corn. December, closed.93 Corn, May, closed.90 Oats. December, dosed.57 Oats, May. closed .61 \ Local Market. The Waxuhachio dealers arc pay ing the following prices for country produco today: Cotton, good middling . 19.90 Cotton, strict middling. 19.70 Cotton, middling . 19.50 Cotton seed, per ton. $55.00 Wheat, No. 2 .$1.85 Haled oats, per ton.,$15 to $18 Corn, per bushel . $1.20 Oats, per bushel . 60c to 65c Alfalfa hay, per ton.$20 to $25 Prairie hay, per ton.$16 to $18 Johnson grass hay. .$12.50 to $17.50 Sorghum liny.$16 to $18 Maize in heads.$35 Chickens, friers, per lb. 16c Chickens, broilers, per lb.,..17ttc Turkeys, per lb . 20c Ducks, each .20c Geese, each . 35c Old roosters, each ........... 16c Cream butterfnt, per lb .28c Plggs, per dozen .35c Country Butter, pound ,.20c to 25e Hens, per lb .. 12c Sweet potatoes, per bushel . . $1.00 Hogs, on foot . $9.60 MARK TKA DANDY TO DAHKICN HAIR It's Grandmother's Recipe to lli'ing Hark Color anil Ijustre to Hair. You can turn gray, faded hair beautifully dark and lustrous al most over night If you'll get a 50 cont bottle of “Wyeth’s Sage and Sul phur Compound” at nny drug store. Millions of bottles of this old fa mous Sage Tea Recipe, Improved by the addition of other ingredients, are sold annually, says a well-known druggist here, because It darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell it has been applied. These whose hair is turning gray or becoming failed have a surprise awaiting them, because uftcr one or two applications the gray hair van ishes and your locks become lux uriantly dark and beautiful. Tills is the age of youth. Gray haired, unattractive folks aren’t wanted around, so get busy with Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Com pound tonight and you’ll lie delight ed with your dark> handsome hair and your youthful appearance within a few days. This preparation Is a toilet requi site and is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease, i—-(adv.) If you have second-hand articles that you wish to dispose of let the people know it by placing a small at in the Daily Dig it want column The doSlur that walks by your door Is yours. Get the Delineator and Everybody’s Magazine for one year for $2, or get either magazine two years for $2, three dollars Is the regular price. Phone your mag azine orders, single or clubs, to 315. Mrs. J. A. C. Kemble. tf-Uh •5.00 Reward. K reward of $5.00 will ne paid by this company for the conviction of any one found guilty of taking the Dally Dtgbt from the yard or lawn of any subscriber of this paper. EN TEUPKUiPi PUUDlriHlNO COM PANY. Don't worry over trying to find a buyer for whatever you may liuve for saie. Let the Daily Lly.ht want col umn do the work for you. tf Head the Daily Light. WANTC LUMN If yon want to liny. Soil or Kxchango anythin*, or want to Boot «— ., — — - «• - —• _J TIIK WB4THKR. Tonight and Friday fair. Mas. il min. 34. FOlt HALE. FOR HALE—A good surrey at a bar gain. I. F. Harris. Sl*>l»d ALL KINDS of winter blooming bulbs here now. Bird Forrest. tf FOR SALE—Plonty of old news papers at the Dally Light office, tf DU ROC JERSEY 1TO—Two months old. fat and well developed. 16.60 If Held nt once. Phone 360. dhtf FOR SALE -One team or Iron gray horses, six years old. Call phone, old -’84. new 39. tf SO ACRES east or Ferris, good deep black land, all In cultivation, well Improved. Easy terms. 8eo Cliff I’errler. d SOD FOR SALE OR TRADE—Ford tour ing car; National, ’14 model, and Willys-Kntght. L. It. Fllgo, OlUsmo bile representative. tf FOIt SALE OR TRADE — King 8 automobile, run three months, per fect condition. Apply to 0* A. Tun noll. l!t3 ACRES 3 miles N. W. from Corsicana, fair Improvements, plenty of lasting water, about half black sandy land, balance running Into black land . This Place can be bought at a reasonable price. See A. L. Connally, Waxahachle. d 30# FOR SALE OR TRADE — Nlneteen months-old colt, gentle and well broke for buggy or saddle. Can be seen at J. N. McElroy’s residence at 521 Brown street. dh-tf 122 ACRES one mllo north of Sardis, most all deep land with some wlilto reek. New 4-room bungalow, well of lusting water. This farm Is located on the Waxahachle and Midlothian pike, is convenient to school and church. Wo can soli this farm at a reasonable price with a small cash payment. Bee A. L. Connally. d 20# VIOLIN AT BARGAIN—With nice leather case; will sell at $15. Would pass as brand new. Instruction book also Included. Phone 360 or this of fice. dh-tf 56 ACRES 2 miles east of Bherman, all In cultivation, good deep black land, well Improved, located close to school and church. This Is n r.plendld farm for anyone wanting this size farm.* Easy terms. Bee Cliff Berrler with O. 11. Chapman t, Co. d 209 FOR BALE—All grades of, wrapping paper have made an enormous In crease In price within the past year. We can sell you newspapers which will unswor the same purpose us regular wrupplng paper. Wo have a largo quantity on baud and can sell you all you want at ONE FOURTH the price you are paying for wrapping pupor. T11E DAILY LIGHT. tf JUST THE HOME for a good solid farmer. One of most complete hemes in Waxahachle. Good house, be ms, ull necessary out buildings, and three acres lund. FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT. S. E. Fowler, Waxahachle, Tc*xas. d 211 120 ACRES four miles east of Sher man, Grayson county, Tffxas, all deep black land, Hus just rolling enough to drain. Hus go>d im provements and lasting water. Also 143 acres 3 ’4 miles east of Sher man. Tills is all deep black land, l.ood Imp rove men ts, lasting water, well located as to school and church es. Wo can take in exchange for these two farms property well locat ed to Waxahaehle. Any one desiring to trade a small farm in Ellis county for more land, would do well to see us und get our prices and terms on these two farms. See A. L. Con nolly, Waxabachie. d 209 FOIt RENT. HOI SE FOR RENT—Apply at Mc Duffie Grocery Co. tf i EOlt RENT—Two large unfurnished housekeeping rooms, close tn, mod <*rn convenience*. floe. Ocorjte Craw ford. or phone 337. WASfTKD. WANT to saw your wood. Old phnae 704. A. J. Fincher. tf WANTED— Three or four room houso to move; must bo a bargain. Phone 807 tf WANT your orders for eosl. Have plenty now but do not know how long It will last. noth phones No. 75. I>. H. Thmuiwoa. *1® _ _ . i — ■» ■ w—»w— WANTED—Wosld consider the | purchase of a paying business. In voicing In the neighborhood of |2ooo. Must stand strict investiga tion. Prefer variety atore. Address I lux 22. Denison. Texas. 110 pd WAnT you to know that rice, lum ber and coal are not any higher than usual, but you had as well prepare for higher prices on lumber after new year. Export trade 14 being booked. D. H. Thompson Lumber Co. »® MJIKTCLLA SHOVE. This la the chrysanthemum season. Pend her a boquet. Bird Forrest tf H. D. HAN KIN, Contractor and builder. Phone 411. tf M. D. Robe its, moves and leveli houses. Residence phono 287. tf CUT FLOWERS for all occasions. Bird Forrest. tf BEE Mixed, Peters * Co. for Fire, Tornado and Automobile Insurance. Only the host companies represent ed. Phono 217 tf so ACRES 4 miles south of Midlo thian, all In cultivation, a new 5 room bungalow, small barn, lasting v oter. This land runs from deep black land to Rood white rock. All lays well and la located close to school and church. Wo huve this land for the next few days at a very attractive price. Would like to talk to anyone Interested In buying a I urm of this kind. See A. L. Con nnlly. d 309 C. L. KENNEDY & CO.—Fire, Tor nado and Automobile Insurance. We represent old line, prompt paying companies. South Rogers street.. Phone 162. * tt 113 ACRES about two miles south east of Midlothian on the Midlothian and Waxahachle pike; about 65 acres good black land, bafmee being od white rock land, good house end barn and lasting water. This is u splendid little farm and egn be bought small cash payment and easy terms on the balance. See Cliff Derrler with O. 11. Cbapmun tt Co. d 309 M>HT OR POUND. FOUND—Pair of ktd gloves, noar Contrul railway. Call at Dally Light office/ 309 FOUND—On Sardis road, 32x3 tk au jtomobile casing. Owner oan have Kanie by calling at Daily Light of fice. 210 C L. FOR WANT AO 8BRVICQ. NO HEADACHE OR NEURALGIA PAIN Get a 10 cent package of Dr. James’ Headache Powders and don’t suffer. When your head aches you simply must have relief or you v.-ill go wild. It's needless to suffer wlicn you can take a remedy liko Tir. James’ Head ache I’owdorn and relievo the pain und neuralgia at ouce. Send someone to tlm drug store now for a dime package of l)r. Jitmim' lloadache lhiwdcij. !V>n't suffer! In a few moment* yon will fuel tlm— headache uooe—np uioag ueuraigva pain.