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WHAT SHAH I RIVE HER?
It! thl* afore will be found u variety of anggssUon* which will help you In selecting the very thing for her gift. Many tltrurtlti Hugs Main Silk and fancy Hosiery Kkl Gtcnrea, Silk Uknm ladlm1 Xwkanir for t.lfts diiintmiK Shirt Waists TaMe l.tm-nr. Htuidkt n-hlefs Cura, Fine t mil* Daniel tlreeii House, Shoes Meets, of White Ivory Hath llobcs, Petticoat* ( Fancy f Vi hired ltn»h Towels Hemst itched I'll low fnses lloudoir t'nps. <>owru> Mlk Vests, shirts, lUoomer* It would he almost Impossible to mention every item that would make a gift for IIKH < 'tune See t»ur fine—Shop Karly Jolesch & Chaska Co The Big Store Since 1875 Candy Specials In order to inset the Increase of business that we have bo, n expecting through the holiday* we have worked over time in our manufacturing depart men*. Wo are now ready to .uibnttt for your approval the choicest line of quality candh* ever obtainable in Waxahachle. \ one-pound box of assorted chocolates 50c Twut;,cu»(1 i/ox of assorted r'uCg coruitutfes s s?' retina ;... «,.* our nut actuate fruit f. ■■ * • -* ' -d-s a« i f • « - ntpeu .TUwus •* ■ $ ■ itivyp&ky •*. >z\‘. - * tH-* .esce.t our La- ■ * ’ , .1 - t o , - c • • *• t ..•** for a prfcjcMt than a beaut) £ul box of qundi. e: ! dy. An extraordinary si y-efuJ of mixed candy 15c per pound. See out show window. PALM SWEET SHOP A New Barber Shop IX mSKMK.Tr I wler McIntosh l»m# Htoiv Mr. Call was formerly with the Hotel Barber Shop and Invitee hla former fvienda and patrons tp call and see him in his new location. Mr. Lee la well Known to many of the customers in the dt> and also invites his friends to call. Join Our Christmas Banking Club You Can Start Now and HAVE MONEY For Christmas of 1917 Read particulars in a big ad on another page. ^ We —===== Guaranty State Bank A STATE GUARANTY FUND BANK IXKAIA Xiiia* Cameo J*wlr> at Curlin'*. I adv 231j • J‘ "* * W “»• vwl5»* • ' ?W rji. u 11 S* *i“ X4?,»4ft* a > .*/* UV *♦. ft/ #itv » i« <4 ':ifui L‘%. ki'.i far }> aimi) mAJ • i ft wen* |M.‘i 1 or. sst. adv V C W CaUanS, Went Marvin ave r.ue. liu“ Utn toaflBMl to. his kofti i i'he past feew days with *1:kneta. -rO — ,, . . For fend and fuel phone IIrod »ad ft Kennedy. Oil phone 16 *J -w>_ Potns*Uis In every home bring i Christman cheer Bird Forrest ad tf — o— Billie Bearden has moved from ’ the Enterprise barber shop to Lee ft Gnlt’n barber shop under McIntosh’s drug store. He invites his friends to call and see him. 232 Leave your orders early for Christ mas trees. Bird Forrest. adv tf The city of Philadelphia uaea over 4 00 Victrolas In their schools. Our schools now- use five. Every home (should have one. Curlin Drug Co., i agent*). adv 231 i I \V. F. Eshleman, who has been i pending a few days here, will leave ti is afternoon for eastern states where he will spend the holiday sea . Flower gifts are always appre ciated and are appropriate to send any one. Bird Forrest. tf Henry Gray, colored, was arrested at Ennis last night by Constable Weaver Hickman on a charge of bootlegging. The negro had fifty pints of “booze” and thirteen pints r<; beer in his possession at the time of his arrest. Wild Smtlax, holly and holly vventhu, and Christmas at the green house. Come see the flowers. Bird Forrest. adv tf Mrs. Marcus Jones of Garrett, whose husband was killed at Ennis some few-weeks ago, appeared be fore the grand Jury today. Our polnsettis are in full bloom. We Invite you to come and see them. Bird Forrest. adv tf BIG JUDGMENT IS II RENDERED IN COURT Vi Ks NvKrf . liiJLiS TL; KFaOXK COE i’A.Vl ON GOLD BONDS. ■■ - ProiH'rty Will Ik Sold on 3th Day of February uimI Proceeds Ap plied on Judgment of sjwj.i.a.'jo. Judge Hawkins wall take things easy In district court for the remain der of the week, attending to such cases as may be settled without a contest. The jury for the week was finally excused last night and left lor their homes. The grand jury, however, is steadily grinding away in an effort to make careful investiga tion of a number of big cases to come* before them. in the court Monday the follow ing orders were issued: J. W. Hussey vs. A. W. Wilson, damages, continued on account of ab sence of witness. It. Hartley vs. P. Freeman, dam ages, continued on motion of de fendant. W. A. Johnson vs. A. J. MutUcan. trespass to try title, continued by agreement. ‘ Motion was filed for uew trial iu the case of Federal Insurance com pany vs. U. Munden, suit to recover automobile. Ida V. McWhorter vs. J. H. Mc Whorter, partition, report of receiv er approved. Henry llerrio.r vs. G. W. Flanna igan, partition, report of receiver ap I proved. In the case of John F. Wright vs. the Kllis County independent Tele phone company, debt and foreclosure, judgment was rendered against the telephone company in the sum of *63,250. tame being principal and interest due on gold bonds issued by the company in 1903. l>efault iu the payment of interest during 1913 gave i the trustee tiie right to foreclose al ! though tlie bonds don't mature un til 1023. The trustee, John F. Wright, Is authorized by the courr to sell thi property of the said Kills I County Independent Telephone com j pany on tiie fifth day of February, and apply the proceeds from such ale to the payment of the judg I merit. Santa Claus * Says— J • VICTROLA S ' Make Ideal Xmas Gifts ^ i This Victrola XI, $100. | and 40 selections (20 j Double-faced 10 inch! records) total #115. at 1 #15. down balance $10. | per month. ‘You surely can’t turn down a proposition like this. Select your instru ment today. Other models #15 to #400. Curlia Drug Co. Lo$al Agents Coal, Wood and Feed. Plenty of^Vutnp coal, oak wood, corn, oats, bran, chop**, shorts, etc. Headquarter' for chicken feed. ( A LABS W'CM, PERSONAL MENTION. W, \V Keith of Cleburne was here last night. j c smith »eat to Dallas on bu»i-| .. today. j y; Weatherford of Er.a s wan v o t h,. cour. 1.. wfofey \ Aiex Johnson of Bowie was her. j ry, hosin*etf Wef night. 'Mr. ar.d JTK A J MuPlcah of her*?’ *i osterday. J V. Baldridge of EnnU was a visitor- in the city Monday. J. J. Vaapvy of Mexia was in the city last night on business. jim Dwl>n «f Froft was in the city today to appear before the grand Jury. X. B. Lackland of Dallas was spending the day In Waxahachie yes terday. G. W. Deputy left last night for west Texas where be will spend the winter. Hubert'^.edbetjer and T. B. Mc Alester went to Sherman today on business. Jim Donald, an attorney from Bowie, x*a*>* visitor in the city this morning. Ed Bnrttn left this morning for Tennessee to spend the holidays at the old home. Miss Marie Smith and Lawrence Strong will attend the Majestic at Dallas tonight. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clay of Austin were spending a part of their honey moon in Waxahachie this week. Miss Louise Oldham is home from Milford, where she is attending Pres- i tyterian college, to spend the holi days. Mrs. Charles Elliott and Miss Gen evieve Campbell will leave for Paris tomorrow morning to spend the Christmas holidays. Rogers Hotel .Arrivals. John C. Wrood, Dallas; J. T. Bow man. Austin; W. O. Dltzor, Cleve land, J. H. Higginbotham, Washing ton, D. C.! E. F. Blackmore, Dallas; J. N. Fender, Dallas; J. W. Weather ford, Ennis; J. M. aBldridge, Ennis; J. S. Collins, Dallas; T. J. Collins, Dallas; W. A. Hartman, Dallas; J. McDonad. Dallas; C. T. Collins, Dal las; J. C. McCaffery, Chicago; M. R. Fewell, Dallas; Manton Carrlck, Dallas; W. 8. Robinson, Ennis; J. B. Smart, Fort Worth; H. C. Davis, Dal las; E. B. Rochbaum, Dallas; W. P. Cornwell, Dallas; Joe Smith, Dallas; C. W. Friend, Chlego; J. A. Cay and wife, Fort Worth; L. M. Johns, Fort I Worth; T. C. Wood, Dallas; S. R. J j Fuller, Austin; C. W. Isaacs, St. I ‘Louis; Chas. Thomas, Fort Worth; J ..I Mil ■IIHIWSWWMIMMgWgWm • STONE’S CAKE Princess Raffles Is creating some excitement among the town folks. Read our big ad on page 6. Texas Cash Grocery Co Old Phone* rv42 and 9* —New Phoaa Mi. We are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. Ajax Tires GUARANTEED 5,000 MILES Not only by us—but the makers are behind the guarantee. ALL SIZES—BIG SUPPLY Sims-Thomson Garage For Quick Tire Service. ^ PHONE 642 We are booster* tor the Ellis County Sanitarium. —Xmas Suggest ions— Bracelet Watches, Howard Watches, Diamond * Knife Edge Bar Pins, Sterling Coin Cases, Gold Pencils, Umbrellas, Cutf Links, Tie Clasps, Waldemar Chain and Knife, Cut Glass Jewelry Case, Silverware, La Valliers, Clocks, Engrav ing. Thomson Jewelry Company Jewelers and Opticians—Hotel Block Gift Suggestions aammmmrtmB t For Men Shirts. Ties. Ho* ;r>, Glo'ves. Shoe", Handkerchief Belts. Suspcncers. Bath Robes, Hats. Raincoats, Cacs Overcoats. Hand Bags. — ■ " ' -— CP For Women Shirtwaists. Handkerchiefs. Silk Hosiery, Gloves. Shoes, Silk Petticoats, Raincoats, Silk Kimonos, Dresses, Chif fon Veils. ~ I " " ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Make out your list and come down and let us help you solve your Christmas problems. We are showfc^ lots of good serviceable gifts that will be a pleasure for you to give. LET US SHOW YOU - • t » i ® aft Cheeves Bros 4 Co W. Keith, Cleburne; J. F. Gab iey, Cleburne; M. W. Taylor, Ter ••11; W. S. Howard, Dallas; J. J. fannoy, Mexia; C. H. Hill and wife, Dallas; L. C. Page, Austin. Want ads are good lnvo3ments. The kind of printing that plan at the J. T. Tucker’s, at Daily Li*l office. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Richards tu Mr. and Mrs. McCaliy went to Dali Sunday and attended the Majestic. Above Al In high class Christmas Nov* ties For Him Silk Shirts, Silk Neckwear, SI Mufflers, Gloves—Silk and K* Silk Pajamas, Bath Rob* Smoking Jackets, Gold and St ver Belt Buckles, Gold and 3d ver Handled Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Traveling Sell Likely Baggage. Silver Tr»v« ing Cups, Automobile Glov« Phoenix Silk Hose for U*“ Open Evenings Until