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j Dixie Theatre Today
Francis X. Bushman iN 'x x \ \ t i wo l ah nxxMvrit in. 1 ti«k ' “The Cry of Conscience” Gold ''»'«• T"° •’!«-<'«»in- IliUKlMl \ll.’ VOLA SMITH an.) an All-Star Cam. \im Connil)—“ \ 'I Alls rooiflll If—| , m-inu Balic Hartiv Raymond Mrhce and Halt Admission 5c and luc. HKXUV B. WALTHAM, COMIVO KKIDAV IV AN I SSANAV » IVi: ACT FKATCKK ‘•Till: STINT; OF VIITOKVf Empire Theati eToday EPISODE X FAIRER THREE Ol “LIREHTY," IX TWO REEKS STIKKIXO MARIE WAKCAMI* AND FEATURE CAST. “American Blood” “FOR LOVE AXI) f.OKR" Bi- hi T«u Art Feature Starriiui EDITH JOHNSON, K. (' SHU.WIVAY ai«l MARC FENTON. Sflijj Comedy—"AN E\ EXTK I I. EVKXIXO"—Featuring Tom Mix and V ictoria Fords1. Admission 5c anti loo. ESTABLISHED ISO* Citizens iSaticmal Bank OF WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS Capital and Surplus 8^500,000.00 ;-?r almost halt a cguiury tvo have bean serving our enstonv ■;c those in neotl of banking facilities e extebd the acccmtr. "”i of a strong and well equipped bunk O. E. DUNLAP, President I A.FERRIS. Actlie V Pres.; J. N. LANGSFORD. Aas't. Caahtm I f. SINGLETON, V. Pres.; BERING HELLAND, AssT. Caahiot Iff.GETZENDANER, Cashier; JUSTUS W. FERRIS, Ass't. CaebJe DIRECTORS II DUNLAP, T A. FERRIS. E. W. QETZENDANEIi, H. K. BR lift, C. W. GIBSON, F. A. FERRIS, D. G. THOMPSON, J. W ‘■nOLETON J N LANGSJ'OFD Ire Jim boosting for the Ellis County Sanitarium? IW MILITIA MIN AH 1C JOINT\(. Tin: lUCDlLAISS SALLEX, Texas, Dec. 19.—Not __ ft II the National Guardsmen o-u the border are anxious to go home. The regulars at Llano Grande arc reiiori o<; to be recruiting heavily from the $8.50 $65. GET YOURS NOW! The l'liri»tin,.; rush ihis year is going to reduce s*tock "'r *han ever before. 13ut our stock of ( till MiilA (.KAMINOI. VS ;* 'iipe enough to t ike «. ve of the demand, but in order I 7 Uot;lin just t .• atvi, . nd fim-h that vou want* ae urge you \ here with the Automatic Record I .',7' ‘1 's 1 ■ i: n ,e • « ; lie 1 ttlU' bia lucid. is ■tn °U ar< *»°ing to get one, get it early, tofci aes® i"'*ns are the lowest that have ever been offered e and there is now no reason why anyone cannot ,.\\n „ .“‘““‘bia (irafonnia, the terms are so easy. VVTjhout Rec *<jector $7 5.i)0. other modtis >15too t i $;;5t*.eo. Nestor Newton I'rv.Mi l*io .gist L ; I <>» : e-tdll. i e\as EICOHIS REPORTS mi m LUNCHEON v<|\\ \ It \s HKI.\ I HI »HOI 4>HI• > t U' t\i i> m iiiM. i ii> i \vt . I KW l».\Y** 1*1 lil IIHIT. I Tag Day \ilMllo. l‘r.*Ti<V.I \mpl. 'I* in* for Kiltln, Km|4) Stock* ing* /*■*».! a Stun for I Infill*-*. — Judge 0. C CJroce presided at the noonday iuncb-oii hv the t'hamtier of . C ommerce today w hen encouraging reports were made regarding tie rtean-up movement, and the "t. day" activities. Mr. T H Harbin, i chairman of the "cleaner Waxsha chie" committee, mode report stiow ng that an immense amount of work lias been done and is still going on in | the city in the effort to mako the ■ town sanitary. He said the credit ’ r°r the success of the undertaking j goes to the ladies w ho entered into she work with the spirit that means success. He told about many hun dred toads of trash now being carted out to the dump giouuds and said the people likewise deserved credit for co-operating with the committee in charge. J■ N. I.angsford made report on j "tag day" activities, Haying the com | tnittee in charge was more than de lighted with the success of flte un j dertakibg. He reported the raising of >508 in cash and approximately $100 worth of groceries and cloth 1 ing. It was stated in connection with I this report that a number of the | lodges and some of the clubs of the j city had in mind the important mat ter of taking collections or making appropriations for the charity fund. It watt also pointed out that a con siderable sum would he needed to take care of the poor of the city I through the coming months. Secretary Carl Sehuiter made an- j nouncement of the meeting of tliej directors of the club for 4:15 o'clock this afternoon. Request came from the committee! u charge oi tile empty stocking cru- j sade to turn in names of the needy i ones to the committee so they could \ ■ be provided with Cliib.nta.- cheer. It was decided that no luncheon be held on next Tuesday because 'of the holiday celebrations. Announcement was made by W. G. McClain that work on the sanitarium fund is progressing in spite of the holiday rush, lie said lie was in re ceipt of a letter enclosing a check of ?100 from M. H. Templeton of Dallas, who expressed an interest in the movement. C. A. Tunnell was named as chair man for the first meeting of the new j year.' ranks of the Indiana and other con tingents ordered home from ihat place. _ I’Ml'LOV KS LET UOM HIiS As CHHISTMAS (ilKTS DALLAS, Texas, Dec. 19. Em ployees of corporations having head quarters in Dallas will share in the: unusual prosperity which has pre vailed this year. Christmas has been selected as the, time for awarding bonuses to em ployees by several local firms. The Western Union Telegraph com pany will distribute a bonus repre senting a percentage of his salary. Messenger boys will get $25 each. A hundred girls working for the Dallas Wool worth Store will git a bonus ranging from $5 to $25 each. The Dallas Seara-Roebuck mail or der house is paying employees for overtime, and in addition is giving them a bonus of seven days' pay for six days' work, during the Christmas holiday rush. MAGNOLIA r**l’!»K AI»V\N<GD ANOTItKIt TFN FF.NTS DALLAS. Texas, Dee. 19>—The Magnolia Petroleum company today announced a ten cents advance in the price of light crude oils to fl.20 j a barrel. Heavy - crudes were ad-; vanc\d five cents to 00 cents a barrel, j -— • GFliMAN MrSSRS ON TIIF I SO.MMI-: FltONT I -- . . LONDON, He-. 19. The German1 losses along the Somme front totals ooe.Ooo according to French esti- ; mates announced in the house of! commons ihi efteriioon by I’onar Law. / GO\ FRNMKNT IVOI LD CONI HOG Till: 11 IIHO STATIONS. '' 1 WASHINGTON, l*ec. 19 Senat or Fletcher today Introduced a hill 1 to regulate the use of radio column- ! ideation which i- intended to ulti-j establish complete control by j tire government of all communication ^ L> the radio method' Retd the Light—get all the news. I mvkk vorn mo'ik \ nu.sKvr I of a b'tta'tii’i; .<eo to it that the j both room baa the proper littingn. I ami that tin: plumbing <• in good or- j der. t'ur tubs unit bath-room fit ; tings are thoroughly up to duto, and | our plumbing ttotk never fails to sat isfy the man most hard to please j When you want plumbing done, we J can save you money. | EdmontM New Phono fW 8>. \V. Pltono l&M .Night Phone S. W. .Ml Are you boosting for tl»o Kills fount v Sanitarium? ui R. D. McCombs Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass,Tornado, Live Stock, and Auto* mobile Insurance. Liability and Bonds. Arr you ItoosihiK for tin* KIM* County Sanitarium? Wallace & Ralston Transfer and Storage Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed Old Phone 335 New Phene I Holiday Rates via * Interurban i it.mini Trip From Waxaliachie To Fort Worth.#2.<M* j To Waco.$2.05 | To McKinney.#2. «o i To Sherman.ST.oo I To Denison...Sl.oo Tick, ts on sale DeceAnb.r IS, 19, 20, 21, 22, 2 '., 24, 25, 2ti and 31. 1910 and January 1, J9i7. Finnic 1 to tttuin January 5, 191/. lor further ' information ■ !>A call upon Y T- mmjj& Waxaliachie *1 _ - ■ - . -M-. -- 1 (Job) ItttK i v i r * i i ♦ • 11 iris) ad _ -- - Frozen Pudding —for— CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS —or any kind of ices or ice cream; You will fmd ' QUALITY —in— EL-CO MAKES El-Co Creamery Co Uld Phone 63 New Phone 52 M *HKKT H>'l**»nr. (I ii'uis’i«l Im the Wmrlmrhlf I ni ton l.v Imniti .) t ’niton——New Yoik Nluns. Ye'ii'y Toda» Cloti'il Open High Lou CloMd| Jnn 17 76 17 70 17.70 17.03 17 02 \ :ir is 03 17.01 H u2 17 So !i S' j ! >|A\ *1 18.00 IS.20 IT 'iO 17.60 July is if. IK.nl is 23 17.53 It.51 l.ulbia—New Orleans Kuttires. Ypxl't Today, Clpprd Open .High Low Closed ! Jnn 17.2 i 1 7.23 1 7 22 16.61 16 61 \*r 17. 5 17.#5 17-46 16.84 16.K' May 17 7- 1755 17.6s 17.07 17.03 July 17 01 17.62 17.'2 17.22 17 25 S|.ut Cotton. '4pw V..rk \......! I 7.K0 New Orleans . 17.50 Honsti n . 17.25 HhIIh.s . 16.65 j I I.IW'lpIMlI 'ontfriUiy . 10.801 Today.% .. 10.71 j Liverpool Sale*. Sales ... 10.000 Hccelpts . IS,000 Wheat, December. Me ed ... 11.58 Wheat, May, dosed . A. It.06 Corn. December, rioted .... .92 Corn, May. closed . .91 Outs. December, closed.49 Oets, May dosed . .58 Isual Market. The Waxahadile dealers are pay-, Ing the following prices for country produce today: Cotton, good middling ...... 1T.06 Cotton, strict middling ..... 10.85 Cotton, middling . 10.66] Cotton seed, per ton . $5G.09 Wheat, No. 2 . $1.76 Haled oats, per ton.$15 to $18 Coni, per bushel . $1.20 Oats, per bushel . 60c to 65c Alfalfa hay, per ton.$‘J0 to $25 Prairie hay. per ton.$16 to $18 Johnson grass hay. $12.50 to $17,50 j Sorghum hay.$16 to $18 Maize in heads.,.$25 Chickens, friers, per lb 15c Chickens, broilers, per lb. ...17V4c Turkeys, per lb . . , . J. 20c Ducks, each .20c Geese, each . 86c | Old roostero, each . 16c Cream butterfat, per lh .28c Kegs', p< r doyen . 40c Country Mutter, pound ..20e to 25e Hens, per Hi . 12c Sweet potatoes, per bushel . . $1.00 Hogs, on foot . , 4 RAILROAD TIM 1C TADLR. Houston und Ter-m Central. W«s( Bun ncj No. 86 leaves .7:05 a in No 81, Motor (Jar, leave*. No. 83 leaves. 7:06 p rr East Bound No. 83 It even.10:40 a. m No. 86 le aves. 8:57 p. m No. 80, liotor Car, leave* 6:13 p. m Trinity an<l Brawn Talley. South Bonnet 4o. 1 leaves.10:16 n m North Bound. No. Z t i rives.6:00 p n 61., R. fn T North Bound. No. 6 (Flyer) loaves.7:08 a. m No. 10 (Limited) leave*. *7:26 p. m South Bound. No. 9 (Limited) leaves...8:46 a. m No 5 (Elyer) leaves.9:06 p tu • Ittorurli'iu Time Tattle Brathbonml. Local cars from Dallas to Wac<i will pass Waxabachk) 6 3V. 7:46. 9:46 and 11:46 a. m., 1.46. 3:46. r. 4 6, 8:34 and 10:34 p. m. Local cars will arrive in Waxahachie from Dalian 7:46 p. nt. and 12:26 a. m. Limited cars from Dallas to Waco win pa. s Waxahachie 8:34 and 10f3« > m.. 12:34, 2:34, 4:34 and «:34 p. m. Nortlilmuud. Local cbth will leave Waxahachie nr Dallas 6:55 and 6:42 a. in. Local cars from Waco to Dallas will pas* Waxahachie 8:42 and 10:42 a. m 12:42, 2:42, 4:42, 6:42, 9:19 and 1:19 p. m. Limited cars from Waco to Dallas vill pass Waxahachie 7:19, 9:19 and 11:19 a in.. 1:19. 3:19. 619 and [7:19 p mj (Car passing Waxahachie 19 a. m may make local ptops be fw^en Waco and Waxahachie when necessary.I llaggage. koutbhound baggage carp wli ! ileevc Waxahachie 2:40 a. m. nnd 1:08 p. m. Northbound baggage cars will h ave Waxahachie 2:50 and |19:60 p. m. tiaggage may also be handled on Bou'hhnuud Local passenger carp j passing Waxahachie: 7:46. 9:46 anti j 11:46 a. in., 1.46. 3:46 ami 5:46 p. i m., and on Local cars arriving 7:46 p. m, also on novthltound Local pas enger cars nasaing Waxahachie 8:42 and 10:42 a m., 12:42, 2:42. 4:43 and 6:42 d in Read the Light—get all tfco news. WANT 1UMN I, mnnt to Hu>, *oll or K»< <»r »»»*t to Rro* tour tloiiM* or h*vr room* to Irt. ur» t**®* column*. TIIK UKATItKIl. Tonight Inrrpafttng tlcudlwi*, aarm.T. W«iiiMi!»y nnwiiltd, colder. Max. ♦ ?, mtn. 37. run s vi.k. FOR SALK Plenty of old news papers at tbo Dally Light office. tl FOR BALK OR TKADK For a lot, practically new player piano. Phono #60. If FOR BALK - Number of six and eight foot slAiw cases; one small Ki lo and two small cash register*. Thlelen’s Cafe. 2 3 1 FOR SALK OR TRADK - 1916 model seven passenger Mitchell cnr, practically good as new, run less than 9000 miles. See Fd Duliose. tf FOR BALK lS acres on pike ft Reagor Springs, fine location for truck, dairy, turkey and chicken farm. Plenty water, $160 per acre. .1 O. Ray, Waxahaehle, Texas.-235pd FOR SALK Rlacksnilth shop and residence at Howard. Light prices urflT easy terms. Address T. M. Rule A- Co., R.V.D, F, Waxahaehle. S67pd FOR SALK—The farm of the estate of Mrs. L. K. McClain, three and cue-huff miles Fast of Waxahaehle. 200 acres, all deep block land, $110 j per acre. Apply to C. F. McLain, administrator, Greenville, Texas. 234 I.S'i It \ N I'D OH STOLEN. FOUND A Invalller*. Owner Iden tify and pav (or this not ICS. W. E. Co*. 611 Monroe st’eet. 232 I. OST—Gold frame spectacles In mete! leather covered ease. Finder please leave at Dally J.lght office.. adv-231pJ MISOKI.IANKOIX SEND HER « bouquet of polnsetils f;»« Christ mss. Hlrtj Forrest. tf II. D. RANKIN, Contractor and Bunder. I’hons 413. tf 1 i OOMIMJ PLANTS for Christmas. Hlrd Forrest. tf M. D. Roberts, moves and levels houses. Residence phono, 287. tf SERVICE Two Jersey males for service at my barn. Old phone hiSfi. Foray 41 Son. 241pd GOLD FISH, globes and ensiles, tho ehildren will appreciate them fat Christmas., Bird Forrest. tf SEE Mixed, Peters & Co. for Fir*, Tornado and Automobile Insurant’*. Only the best companies represent ed. Phono 217 tf HOLIDAY PACKAGES Lewis St muss will deliver your packages l<. any part of town; charges reason able. Phone 1 IS or leave packages at Tbellen's Cafe. 23o • THE CHRISTMAS flower, the poln sttli, should he in every home. Bird Forrest. tf FOR SALE Watkins Liniment nml other remedies, fine flavoring ex tracts, pure ground spices, toilet at tides nml full line stock ami poultry remedies. Batisfactlqp guaranteed; will deliver. Phone 680. A. 11. An <1-rsori (the Watkins man.) tf FOR BALK Quo light 5 passenger Btudebakor car, electric lights and si alter, new sent covers, in perfect, a udition. One 7-passenger six cyl inder Studebnkor car In perfect me chanical condition, with electric lights uml starter. Both these ears arty bargains. Also one nice mare, gentle and works anywhere. Will give easy terms on any of the above M. B. Ray, Btudebakor dealer. 23 1 FOR SALE—All grades or wrapping papgr have made an enormous In crease In price within the past year. We can soil you newspapers which will answer the same purpose as regular wrapping paper. We have a large quantity on hund and can sell you aU you want at ONE FOURTH the price you are paying for wrapping paper. THE DAILY LIGHT. tf FOR RENT Two nicely furnished noma for light housekeeping. Close In. 307 North Monroe street. tf FOR RENT —Rooms for light house keeping 511 College street. Phone 4 67. 232 pd FOR BALK OR RENT—Five room house, modern conveniences, well loiated on Ferris avenue. Phone 306. 233 FOR RENT—Two nicely furnlsued rooms foe light housekeeping. all conveniences, close In. Phone 704. tf WANTED. WaNT to saw your wood. Old phone 704. A.J. Finder. tf VIOLIN AT BARGAIN—WPh eke leather case; will sell at $15. Woulo pass us brand new. Instruction book ilso Included. Phone 360 or this of fice. dli-tf BARBER THADE taught' at Texas Barber College, the world's greatest. Position when,competent. Free cata log ic explaining. Dalian or Fort Worth, TexuH. 242pd C. L. KENNEDY & CO.—Fire. Tor nado and Automobile insurance. We represent old lino, prompt paying companies. South Roger* street. Phone 152. tf 1917 MODEL FORDS—-We make any model Ford a 1917 model In a few hours at a small expense. Why not have your Fold up to the minute when'It costs no little to Include 19It body, crown fenders,'streamline hood, and paint chusses. We also buy and s<ll Fords. 11. U. Savage Auto Company. 2701-03 Main Street, Dal las, Texas. 24 5 SYRFP! 8YREF! Our car of pure ribbon cane syrup haw at last arrived. You will find u.) nt warehouse oppo site Central freight depot. Will sell nt the following prices: Whole bar relw at 57 cents, h. If barrels at 60 cents. Will fill your vessels at 05 cents and will furnish new buckets at 70 cents. Muckier & Bishop. d232-w4 9-pd If you contemplate marriage this j fnll let us print your marriage mvl J tations or announcements. J. T. ! Tucker, Job printing, “that’s all,” nt the Dally Light office. tf Rent a tew rooms and receive a nice incomo from them. The Daily 1 Light want column can rent them [W95 . <• /§; i The Daily Light want column will j buy sell or Exchange anything. tf I j HOLIDAY RATES 111 Points in Texan |f)n snl- I ice. 15th to 2tltli, inclusive, I IK c, til. 1916, anti January 1, I lit 7— Limit January 3. \l! Points in latulsiann On sale lK*c. 21. 22. 23, 24, 23, SO iiintl 31—Limit January 7. NATIONALIZED 1890 TOaxahacliiE National Barth Of Waxahachte. Texa* Capital, Surplus and Profits Over $355,000.00 YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED J H. MILLER, President. OR C. W SIMPSON, Artt™ VU-a President »' A CHAPMAN, Vice Presldem ' TNN D. LA38WELL W E McKMGHT, WILL MePHKRSU.' Cuhlwr AssUthut Cashier Asbidfani C*«h'* DIRECTORS ► A CHAPMAN WM STILES. O. H. CHAPMAN J. H MILLER DR C. W. SIMPSON. HARRIS MclNTOHH, J LEB PENN. J. W. HARRISON, B. C. CUNNINGHAM. Are you boosting for the Ellis County Sanitarium?