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jj Daniel Frohman Presents U The Popular Screen Stars J OWEN MOORE and jj marguerite courtot h in a faithful visualization of the celebrated C comedy of adventure Roiling Stones U By Edgar Selwyn 1 An unusual photoplay of laughs and thrills on the N Paramount Program—Produced by the Famous L Players Film Company. U Also a Paramopnt-Bray Cartoon Comedy — BOBBY BUMPS AND HIS GOATMO 1 BILE.” Admission 5c, roc and 20c. Empire TheatreT oday “The Web of Guilt” Kuk-m Two Act Drama Featuring Mu lain Hals and True Hoard man. “A GRAIN OF SUSPICION"—Vim Comedy starring Hurry Myers ami Rosemary Theby. Vim Comedy—“STRKTTLY HU8INESS"—Featuring Rui ns and btull as Pokes and .Jabbs. Admission 5e and 10c. NATIONALIZED 1890 tUaxatyarljie National Bank Of Waxahaehie, Texas. Capital, Surplus and Prolits Over $355,000.00 YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED J. H. MILLER, President. DR r w. SIMPSON, Active Vice President P. A. CHAPMAN, Vice President. ITNN D. LASS WELL, W. E. McKNIGHT, WILL McPHERSON. Cashier. Assistant Cashier. Assistant Coshior. DIRECTORS *■ A. CHAPMAN. WM STILES. 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 tlie Elliu County Sanitarium. State Bank Sc Trust (Ecnipang Of Waxahachie, Texas. “GUARANTY FUND BANK” Transacts a General Banking Business Cfcs non-lnter eat bearing and onsecurod Deposit,* ot thle bau» M« Protected by the Depositor* Guarani? Fund of toe State ♦■( haa. *kl« Bank la specially authorized by law to set n Aflmlwl* a*ter1 ifixecator, Guardian, Receiver. Etc Wo Respectfully Solicit Your Business „ OFFICERS s , »• W. COLEMAN, President R J. COLEMAN, Vico President J E. COLEMAN, ( ashler R. C. JOHNSTON, Asa’t Cashier J. E. BATCHLER. Ass’t Cashier DIRECTORS 0- w. COLEMAN, J. E. COLEMAN, M. D HUTHEHFORD D. R. NEWTON, T. A. FERRIS.- R. J. COLEMAN J. C. LUMPKINS, T. H. CHEATHAM, PAT W. SIMS We are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. ESTABLISHED 1808 Citizens National Bank OF WAXAHACH1E, TEXAS Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 Jor almost half a century we huvu been serving our customer* tScse In need of banktt'K facilities wa esteud tbe accomnioa* of a strung anil well euuipned bank i . O. E. DUNLAP, President .•X FtKttia, Active V. Pres.; J. N LANCS FORD. Ads’t. t asble. t • w. SINGLETON, V. ires.; EUMNU 1: ELL AND, Ariel ta imi w. OfclZENDANEH. Cashier: JUSTUS W. FKRKiS, Ass’t. Cashier it , r DIRECTORS *• OCNLAP, T. A. FERRIS, U W GKTUENDANER, R K LR 21*?,% £• W. GILSON, F. A. FERRIS, D G. THOMPSON, J » ’“K.uETON. J N LANGSFOKL. * *re boosters for the Lilia County Sanitarium. ••HOM ING STONES" I E \TI IU XT l»lME TIIEITEII TllH.lt There Is no place on earth which furntshe* mere types for comedy roles than the average boarding house. The action of Edgar Sclwyn's celebrated stage •uccoss, "Helling Slones," which has been adapted foo the screen by tho Famous Players ] Film company, lakes place In one of tho funniest boarding houses that j* u ever saw. Marguerite Courtot | and Owen Moore are re starring un der the direction of Del Henderson In this delightful production which Is tho Paramount feature at tli<> Pixie theater today. A Paramount-Ilrny cartoon comedy Is also being shown. In the title of "Hobby Dumps and Ills Ooatmoblto.” At ltl>«* Empire. "Tho Web of Guilt” Is the fea ture attraction at the Empire thea ter today. This Is a Katem produc tion In two acts starring Marian Sals and True Hroadman. Harry Myers and Rosemary Theby aro playing a Vim comedy In tho title of "A Grain of Suspicion." Tho other re<>| Is also a Vim comedy featuring Burns and Stull at Pokes and Jabbs In "Strictly Business.” 11'A POO IN 19380 run ORGANIZED IN DALLAS. PALLAS, Texas. Nov. 2 7.—The boom for McAdoo for next president has been porpetuatixl with the or ganization of tho "McAdoo in iy2u club" lu Pallas. Harry L. Shaw han been chosen chairman, and Mayor Undslcy and other prominent local democrats uro mem boro. A county organization will bo fored this week, and It Is hoped Hint the movement will spread over the state. UUARDSMKN NOT CHARGED FOR UNIVERSITY TRAINING MISSOULA, Mont., Nov. 27.—Un iversity of Montana students who served on tin’ Mexican border with the national guard are enjoying their schooling without charge. As an evidence of tho state's gratitude, all the usual fees were eliminated. * ♦ ♦ MARKET REPORT. ♦ ♦ ♦ Cotton—New York Futures. Yesd’y Today Closed Open High Low Closed Dec. 20.85 21.00 21.01 20.66 2U.GG Jan. 20.i*G 21.00 21.In 20.75 20.80 Mar. 21.07 £1.11 21.32 20.88 20.35 May 21.29 21.00 21.55 21.14 21.14 Cotton—New Orleans Futures. Yosd’y Today ] Closed Open High Low Closed Dec. 20.21 2*0.37 20.43 20.07 20.10 Jan. 20.35 20.58 20.59 20.15 20.27] Mar. 20.G4 20.77 20.87 20.45 20.55 May 20.8C 21.00 21.07 20.60 20.76 Spot Cotton. New York . 20.90 New Orleans .".20.38 Houston .20.90 j Dallas.20.15 _ Liverpool Hi»ots. Yesterday .11.90 Today.1251 -- Liverpool Bales and Receipts. Pales .8,000 Hecolpls . 6,000 Wheat, December, closed.$1.73 Wheat, May, closed . 1.80 Corn, December, closed.00 Corn, May, closed .03 Oats, December, closed.66 Oats, Mai, closed.50 Local Market. The Wuxahachie dealers are-pay ing the following prices for country produce today: Cotton, good middling.20.mi Cotton, strict middling .20.2 < Cotton, middling.20.lu Cotton seed, per ton. 566.00 Wheat, No. 2 ..5' 86 Haled oats, for ton.515 to |18 Corn, per bushel . 51 20 Outs, per bushel . GOc to t;<c Alfalfa hay, per ton.520 to $2.) Prairie hay, per ton.51G to $18 Johnson grass hay. .$12.50 to $1 < 50 Sorghum bay.516 to $18 Maize in heads.53j Chickens, friers, per lb . 15c Chickens, broilers, per lb.... 17 Vic Turkeys, per lb . 20c j Ducks, each .-I,c I Old roosters, each .. 16c Cream butterfat, per lb .28c Eggs, per dozen .35c Country IJutter, pound ,.2oc to 2j< Hens, per lb . 13c Sweet potatoes, per bushel .. $1 00 Ho^c, oii toot . plumbing*<W Til \T MllKMNfl II XT II How often has It had to bo jiustpon cd brraiue the hot water wouldn't come, or (he faucets wouldn't work, all b--cause th< re was something wrong with the plumbing? If you want rood plumbing work at short notice, call us, wo art tight on the Job. Just call us on the 'phono and we will ronnxlj the trouble In short order. .XI llowelt Hardware Co. Edmonds Bros. New Phone oil 8. \V. Phone 22.8 Night Phone 8. XV. 781. We are boosters for the Kills County Sanitarium. IR. D. McCombs Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass,Tom ado, Live Stock, and Auto mobile Insurance. Liability and Bonds. We are boosters for the Kills County Sanitarium. p ■ill. --J-— Wallace & Ralston Transfer and Storage Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed | Old Phone 335 New Phone 1 I _ ■ — ■ ■■■■»»—• NEW OKI.KAN'S ami'i return $20. 10 On sale November 510 mol December 1—1‘lnnl limit December €*, 1010. C A l“l! 14 © POlt WANT AD HEKVICK. Frozen Pudding Ice Cream and Ices —for— Thanksgiving Dinner Phone us your orders for anything in the line. El-Co Creamery Co Old Phone 63 New Phone 52 KllTh K OF Till MTKK*N SALK. Notice u hereby rItcb. that whorc tu*. hy his rcriain deed of trust. dat ed November 12th. ISIS, filed for record In the office of !hn county j clerk of Kills county. Texas, on tho j 13th day of November. A. I>. 1916. snd recorded In volume ——, ! -, of tho deed of trust records of sold Kills county. O. K Welters, of Kills county. Texas, sold and con veyed unto me. 1 M Williams, as trustee for T. J. Colo, whose post office add IT;’a la Waxahachlr. Texaa. the property and real estate, here inbelow and In said deed of trust fully described, lor tho purpose of securing and enforcing tho payment of s» v -n promissory notes, execut'd by said O K Wallers, sumberi'd 1, 2. 3. 4, 5. C and 7. respectively, being each for the sums of S6ft0.n0 end due on tho Tlrat dnys of No vember of tho vears 1916, 1917. 1918, 1919. 1920, 1921 and 1922. refa'ctlxely. each of said notes pay nblo to tho order of T. J. (’ole with Interest thereon at the rato of eight per centum per Annum, until ma turity (and thoraftor until paid at the rate of ton por rontum per an num I. the Inton st being payable an nually on tho first day of Novom her. necordlng to the tenor of Inter out coupons thereto attached And whereas, said deed of trust sp<s-lnllv provides that If nny part of said debt should not be paid when iliio or ulimiM rir'.V IlK.tlklllTI) '.it Ill' it| tcrest thereon remain duo and un paid for rooro than ten day a after ItH maturity, then, at the option of the payee In said note or the hold er thereof, exercised at any time af ter such default, said notes shall Immedlali ly become due and pay able, without further notice, and I, as trustee, ns nfor< said, was fully empowered nnd authorised by the grantor tn said deed of trust, nnd It was made my special duty, at the request of the holder of said notes, at any time made after default as i fdresuld, to proceed to advertise and to sell mid property In the man ner and form as provided by wild deed of trust. And reference here by made to said dot'd of trust, and to the record thereof when rrcord d. for full and complete descrip tion of said land and said notes, and (for the powers nnd authority In me I vested by wild deed of trust, and for the provisions and conditions as ret forth In raid deed of trust. And whereas of said series of notes, note No. I, for tho sum of $500.00, due November I, 1016. Is now past duo and payable, and the Installments of Interest on all said notes falling duo on the first day of November, A. P 1916, Is now past due and payable and no pay ments either of principal or Inter est on said Indebtedness secured by said deed of trust have been made except ns follows, vtr.: None, and al though same has been demanded, tho maker of said notes failed and re fused to pay the same. And whereas, after Much default made In the puyrnont of said In debtedness as hereinabove stated, and prior to the request to mo to sell acid property, ns h uelnbelow not forth, the owner and holder of said notes did elect to declare nnd did declare all of said Indebtedness sc oured by said deed of trust, due nnd payable, by reason of which the same Is wholly due and payable, no pay ments having been made on same, except an above stated. Ami whereas, after ho declaring the entire indebtedness secured by said deed of triiHt ho due and payable, the owner and holder of said notes did request. Instruct, nnd authorize me, as such trustee, to proceed to advertise and to sell said property, for the purpose of paying und satis fying said Indebtedness, together With the costs of executing such trust, as In said deed of trust provided. Now, therefore, 1, as trustee, as aforesaid, by virtue of the powers In me vested by said deed of trust, and Tor tho purpose of paying off said Indebtedness and expenses, and at the request of the owner and hold er of said notes ns aforesaid, here by give the notice as provided for in said deed of trust; and I will sell the premises herelnDOlow and in pant deed of trust described, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door, of Kills county, Texas, between the hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. ni„ on the first Tuesduy in Dec ntber, A. D. 1D16, tho same being the filth day of December. A. D. 11)10, and will deliver to the pur chaser or purchasers thereof, a di-esl convoying said property, and bind ing on the grantor In said deed of trust. In absolute warranty, so far na I am empowered or authorized bo to, as such trustee. Said premises are described tia fol lows. viz: All those certain tracts, pieces or parcels of land, situated in tho county of Kills mid state of Tex as, about six miles north 4 3 east from the city of Waxahachle, and described as follows, viz: First tract: Doing 37 V* acres of the G. W. Younger survey. Begin ning at the southwest corner of lot No 1, and the southeast corner of lot No. 2, a stake in tho south line of the G. W. Younger surve y, said lots numbered In the partition be tween Mary A. Greathouse and the heirs of A Greathouse; thence north 30 west, 328.8 varas to a stake at the northeast corner of lot No. 2: thence south CO west, t>40 varas to a stake In tho north line of lot No. 2; thence south 30 east, 328 8 varas to a stake in the south lino <-r lot No. 2; thence north 60 east, CIO vnrar to the place of beginning, con taining 37 ' j acres, more or less. Second tract: Being 2% acres out of the Benjamin Barton survey, 515 acres, and bounded by field notes as follows, viz: Beginning at a slake jin the south line of the G. W. Young jer snrvec which stake stands 218.8 'varas north 6o east from the south ■ . st cornel of said G W Younger purvey, Kuuth *10 uiiKt, 229.6 Villas to a stake- on Marshall's west (line; theme north with said line, !•_>«;5 varas to t eid Marshall's uorth iw.si ei roe r In the* south line or said Younger survey; thence south to WANT OMNI If you want to Buy. Noll or titrhanoo anythin*, or wan* *0 QM 1 our llo«ae or h*vr room* to lot, art column*. ♦ TIIK WKATIIKR. « Tonight unsettled. Tuesday ♦ l>roh>bl> rain, colder. Max. ♦ 6... min 51. Sunday, max. 58. ♦ min 86. Hilt SALK. ALL KINDS of winter blooming bulbs boro now. lllrd Forreet. tf FOR BALK Plenty of old news papers at the Dally Light of flea. tf FOR SALK Two and one half lots in Klrkiey addition at a bargnin. See A. Wilkins. tf FOR BALE Dullness lot and honse and lot in Red t>uk. Mis. W. C. Nation. 217 FOR SALK One team of Iron gray horses, six yearn old. (’all phone, old 284. new 61*. tf FOR SALK OR TRADE Ford tour ing ear; National, ’14 model, and WlllywKnlglit L. It. Mips Oldnmo bllo representative. tf FOR BALE OR TRADE — Nlnetoen months-old eolt. gentle and well broke for buggy or raddle, ('an be soon at J. N. McKlroy’n residence at 621 Drown strt'ot. . dh-tf FOR SALK 320 acres of cholco Muck waxy land In (’ooke county for $66.00. Well located, good Improvi monts, fine state of cultivation, de sirable Community. Write or phono R. A. Haya, Uulncsvlllo, Texas. 217pd AT A 11AROA1N—800 acres of land near Slidell In Denton county. Good heavy black land, H sots of Improve ments. at $76 per acre. $16,000 cash, balance on easy terms at 7 per cent. We tilso have listed any slxo or price place you may want In Den ton or Collin counties. Addross Graves & Johnson, real estate, Pia no, Texas. 214pd FOR SALK -All grades or wrapping paper have made an onormous In crease In price within tho past year. Wo can sell you newspapers which will answer tho same purpose us regular wrapping paper. Wo have a large quantity on hand and can sell you all you want at ONE FOIJRTH tho price you aro paying for wrapping paper. THE DAILY LIGHT. tf ELLIS COUNTY FARM 11ARGAINH —I own a 70-acre black land farm one and one-half miles from pike road; 66 acres in cultivation, no Johnson grass, good well. Inexhaust ible water, 60 acres of this land Is level, no better cotton furm in Tox us; has one seven-room house and average barn. This farm l» not rent 'll for 1017 cotton crop. If you want a cheap home, come to see me before December 6. L. A. Parish, Lancas ter, Texas. 214 FOB HI.XT. HOUSE FOH RENT—Apply at Mc Duffie Grocery Co. tf FOR RENT—Four room house, with hall, lights and water, big garden. l’hono 36. 214 FURNISHED ROOM with board. Rhone 820 or call at 218 College Street. tf FOR RENT—One nicely furnished hod room, couple y desired. 309 Franklin street. tt FOR RENT—Two furnished light housekeeping rooms. Call at 313 WVst Franklin street, or plionr 409. tf FOlt BALE—Two pieces of old fur niture. Solid walnut wardrobe nnd hall ruck. Dr. 8. L. Rivera. 212 EOR RENT-—Charley Khld place on Ennis street, Including ulinut six acres of land, orchard, etc. See W. ,11. Kidd. 216pd FOR RENT One or tfo furnished light housekeeping rooms, dose iu Call al 2og West Franklin street or phone 929. 214 FOR RENT—Two large unfurnished houseke* ping rooms, close in. mod ern conveniences, bee George Craw - ford, or phone 397. tt west, 132 varus to tUe place of be ginning. This sale Is made subject to n first lieu of *1,600.00. Witness my hand this 13th day of November, A. D. 1916. I. M. WILLIAMS. Mon.( Adv)2l2 Trustee. W WANTED. WANT to raw your wood. Old ! phone 704. A.J. Fincher. tf | WANTED—Uy December 1, two or ilhree rooms tor Huht housekeeping, iMuxt In iwrtly furnished. near bu*l ! noMR Bcctlon; rollftble parties Ad i dress J. care Dally Eight. 214 MlfHKIXANfcDUS. Thin Is the 'chrysanthemum reason. Pend her a Ixxiuct. Ulrd Format, t* H. p. RANKIN. Contractor and I on tiler. Phone 418. tf M D. Roberts, move* and level* houses. Residence phone 287. tf CUT F1.DWURS for all occasion*. Ulrd Forrest. tf -—--—a HKK MUell. Peters & Co. for Ftre, Tornado und Automobile Insurance Only tho beet companies represent ed. Phono 217 If C. D. KENNEDY ft CO.~Flrc, Tor nsdo nnd AntrtntoWle Instfranca. We represent old line, prompt paying companies. Mouth Uogora straat. Phono 162. U LOHT. • |LOST—Cold watch charm with two Indie*' picture* Imilde. “H. A. II.** la engraved on bach. Finder pleaee return to this office. dhtf LOST Oil STB AY HD*- Friday night, n large dark Jereey cow. Finder please uotlfy tho city hall. 313pd ..- —■ " * 9 ' . ... o ♦ • KAILUOAD TIM* TABU f • ♦ 11 oast on anti Tex'** Central. Went Mound. No. SB leaves.7:06 n. m No. II, Motor Car. leaves. .1:65 a. m. No. 83 leavea... 7:06 p.m. Rant llouad. No. 83 leavea.10:40 a. m. No. 86 leave*.8:67 p.m. No. 80, Motor Car. leave* 6:11 |k m. Trinity and llraao* Tallsy. A South Bound. No. 1 leave*.10:15 a.m. North Bound. No. 8 arrive*.8:00 p. M.. K. 4* T. North Bound. No. 6 (Flyer) leaven.7:08a.m. No. 10 (Limited) leaves. .7:26 p. m. South Bound. No. 9 (Limited) leaves.. .8:46 a. m. No. 6 (Flyer) leaves.0:06 p.m. lnterurbnn 'lime TlMa HouthlHJtmU. Local cars from Dallas to Waco will pans Waxahacbie 6:84, 7:48, 9:46 and 11:48 a. m., 1:48. 8:48. 5:46, 8:34 and 10:84 p. m. Local cars will arrive In Waxahachle from Dallas 7:46 p. m and 12:25 n. m. Limited cars from Dallas to Waco will pass Waxahacbie 8:84 and 10:84 >. m., 12:34, 2:34, 4:84 and 9:84 p. m. Northbound. Local cars will leavo Waxahacbie or Dallas 5:55 and 6:42 a. m. Local cats from Waco to Dallas will pass Waxahuchlo 8:42 end 10:42 a. m.» 12:42, 2:42, 4:42, 8:42, 9:19 end 1:19 p. m. Limited curs from Waco to Dallas will pass Waxahacbie 7:19, 9:19 and 11:19 a. m., 1:19, 8:19, 5:19 and 7:19 p. m. (Car passing Waxahachla 7:19 a. in. may make local stops be tween Waco and Waxahachle whea necessary.) Baggage. Bouth bound baggage cars will leave Waxahachle 2:40 a. m. and l:t)8 p. m. Northbound baggage cars will leavo Waxahachle 8:50 and 10:50 n. m. * Baggage may also be handled an southbound Local passenger can passing Waxahachle: 7:46. 9:46 and 11:46 a. m.. 1:46, 3:46 and 5:46 p. m., and an Local care arriving 7:49 p. m., b^bo on northbound Local pa» engor cars passing Waxahachle 8:43 and 10:42 a. m., 12:42, 2:43. 4:48 and 6:42 p. in. HEADACHE STOPS. NEURALGIA GONE ————_______ • Dr. James’ Headache Powder* give instant relief—Cost dime a package. Nerve-racking, splitting or dal], throbbing headache* yield in just a few moments to Dr. Jumoa’ Headache Ruw dor* which tout ouly/lo cents a pack upe at any drug store. It’s the tjulck *"*t, surest headache relief in the whole world. i tlun't suiTer! Relieve the './ci.y and distress now! You can, Milhous ot mou and women have found tlmt I mad ache utul nouriilgla misery ja needles*. Uet what You v.j ’or.