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Dixie Theatre Today
Imp DruniA of \m:»/ln^ \dvp»l«h>*> in Two \rt> Fcjittning
Ha. rjr Ciitef, *f< Liiscn and i> r llii] in
“GUILTY”
II-\ —“IIIK MOVING FINGER”—I <•» taring Uv Hill,
Maude <;»<>»;;*• anti p.irtl 151ron.
R»lx'ii laoiuml and a Star Cast in “TIIK SLAVE”—Hr*
drum,..
Admission 5c and tor.
Dixie Theatre Tomorrow
SLUG OFFEHS A KKI» SEAL PLAY IN FIVE UTS FEA*.
TI RING TOM SANT8CHI
•*T!IE COCNTRY THAT t.OH Ft»RGOT."
Empire TheatreToday
!•;>•• a nay Comedy in Two Parts ['cat tiring Marry- IHmkinson
unit it Star Cast
“EASY ED”
Mam Comedy—'V HKSPKKATK IU El,"—Featuring Hatn,
Mild, Etlyt-1 'I’earc anil Henry Hiitdoch,
“THE SELIG TKlBOiK"—A motion picture newspaper.
Admission rtr and lOc.
The feature attraction at the Dixie
theater today is by the Imp players,
“Guilty,” a drama of amazing ad
ventures, starring Harry f’arey,
Edith Johnson and Lee Hill. The
Rex company is showing two dramas,
one is “The Moving Finger,' fea
turing Leo Hill, Maude George and
yil'IHil'l'iT "iTPil - rUMfcCiZHKr
|c AL.L.|
| FOU WANT AO HKRV1CR. {
3 Art! you boost inn for tlit! Kllis |
tj County Sunitiirium?
| Paul Byron, and the other is “The
Slaw," featuring Robert Leonard
and a star cast. Tomorrow the Dixie
will show a Selig Red Seal feature,
“The Country God Forgot," in five
acts, starring Tom Santschi and a
capable cast.
At tlie Empire.
The Esaanay company la showing
a two reel comedy feature at the
Empire theater today in the title of
i “Easy Bud," starring Harry Dunkin
son and a fine east. Ham, Bud,
Ethel Teare and Henry Murdoch
are playing a Ham comedy, "A Des
perate Duel,” and the other reel is
"The Selig Tribune,” a motion pic
ture newspaper showing the late
hapenuings of the world.
Xevvous Women.
When the nervousness is caused
by constipation, as is often the case,
you will get quick lelief by taking
Chamberlain’s Tablets. These tab
lets also improve the digestion. Eor
sale by Curlin’s two drug stores.—
(Adv.)
Head the Light—get all the news.
ESTABLISHED 1««*
Citizens "National ^fiank
OP W A X AH A CH IE, TEXAS
Capital and Surplus $300,000.00
>ot almost half a ca tery we have been serving our customers
To these lu need o' baaking facilities we extend the accommod*
Mona cf a strong and well eeuinned bank
O. F. DUNLAP, President
T. A PEP HIS, Active V. Pres.: J. N.’LANGSFOUD. Ass’t. Cashier;
i. W. JUNO LF, TON, V. Pres.; ERLING IIELLAND, Asa’t. Caahieri
R. W. OETZENDANER, Oubter; JUSTUS W. FERRIS, Amt't. Cashier
1)5 RECTORS
O. ffi. DUNLAr, T. A. FERRIS, H. V/. GETZENDANER. R. K SR
tf»iil, C. W. GIBSON, F A. FERRIS, D. G. THOMPSON, J. W
‘ ■NGFCTON J V LANGSFOUD
Are you boostin'; for the Ellis County Sanitarium?
State Bank & Trust dlompcmg
Of W«.xrh*chie. Texas.
“GUARANTY FUND BANK"'
fransafts a Genera? Banking Busings?
Tta cou-lbterest bearing aud unsecured Deposits ot this ban*
are protected by the Depositors Gaaif-uty Fund of the £*'« r
■etfes.
VUla Bank ie specially authorised by law to sot as Admit
trator, JUxscator, Guardian. Receiver. Etc
We Respectfully .Solicit Your Business
OFFICERS
O. W. COLEMAN, Presidr-ut R. J. COLEMAN. Vice President
J E. COLEMAN, Cashier R. C. JOHNSTON, Ass’t Cashier
J. E. BATCHLER, Ass’t Cashier
dire crons
«. w. COLEMAN, J. E. COLEMAN. M. P. RUTHERFORD
D. R. NEWTON, T. A. FERRIS, it. J. COLEMAN
J O. LUMPKINS. T U CHEATHAM. PAT W. SIMS
Are you boosting for the Ellis County Sanitarium?
NATIONALIZED 1890
^Tinxahach'te -XattonaT Bank
Cf VV&>ahschio, 7oxa«.
Capital, Surplus and Profits Over $355,000.00
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
J. H MILLER. PieeLleut.
DR C. W. SI UPSON, Active Vico Preulfieiu
* \ CVA’LMXN, Vie- PiefcHent
LTNN U. LASSWLLU W E. Me KNIGHT. WILL MrPHEUSON
Caahlar. Assistant Cashier Aes'oant Cashier
DIRECTORS
p A CHAPMAN. W M -TIM'S O. H CHAPMAN. J. H ..11LL.BP
DR. C W SIMPSON, HARRIS McINTOSH. .1 LB IS
PfciNN j. V. HAPL ISON H C CIINN'iNGHAM
Aiv you booking lor tile l-.il:>. I uuuty Sauitarloui?
PATKK K'S CHAPEL.
Heaith is very good at present.
The Christmas tree was well At
tended and all behaved themselves.
Crockett Curry and family" and
■taia Curry of Lome Branch, ltufe
Hobbs and family and Fred Hobbs
all ate Christmns dinner with Will
Hobbs and family.
Mr. Ward and family of Hender
son. Texas, haw* moved in our com
munity.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Haniels enter
tained the young folks with a party
Christmas night.
Bill and Annie May Hudson and
Mrs. J. N. Howard are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Skipper at Henderson,
Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudson spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. C. Hud
son.
Misses Pearl and Esther Hobbs,
Birdie Smith, Minne Kirk, Cora
Washington and Frances Lovell all
took dinner with Miss wNllie Taylor
Sunday.
Mrs. May Henry Tune spent Mon
day night with Miss Bertha Stock
ard.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burns and
Houston Hudson left Saturday morn
ing for Henderson. Texas, going in
Mr. Burns’ car.
L. L. Gibson and family and Tom
Ledbetter and family took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lovell Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isom spent Mon
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tune.
Louise, Mabel and Ruth Holland
and B. P. Jones spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mr.’ and Mrs. L. L. Gib
son.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F\ Womack have
moved back in this community.
Mrs. May Henry Tune spent Sun
day with Mrs. Ellen Gibson.
Mrs. J. W. Washington spent Sun
day with Mrs. Lena Matthews.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Penrod were
afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Gibson 'Sunday.
Dora Washington spent Sunday
night with Theadus Matthews.
Eugene Daniels spent Sunday and
Sunday night with Dessie Lovell.
Emmet West of Galveston and
Jim West of Fort Worth spent the
holidays with their mother, Mrs.
Mary West.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sullivan spent
Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Sullivan of Waxahachie.
Mrs. Lily Jarvis of Wichita Falls
is visitng her brother, J. R. Brown,
and her mother. Grandma Brown.
Wcss Tunc spent Saturday night
and Sunday with J. W. Gibson and
family.
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HOWARD.
Elbert Graves and family of Plano
spent Sunday night and Monday with
W. P. Woods and family and Miss
Wilie Woods went home witli them
to visit a few (lavs.
Mrs. J. T. Murphy and Miss Carrie
Fred Cofer have gone to Mississippi
for an extended visit.
Mrs. Orr and children of Mertens
are Visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida
Floyd.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Cantrell gave
a turkey dinner Christmas day.
About twenty-five relatives and
friends were present.
Miss Bula Floyd is visiting in
Waxahachie.
Misses Willie Woods and Ila Mae
Graves spent Sunday night with Mrs.
Looney.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Turns of Ku
rils spent a few days last week with
Q. K. Davis and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Parten and
Gentry Godfrey took dinner with
Dr. and Mrs. Looney Monday.
Mr. Hendrix and family of Crisp,
Mr. Brookshire, Miss Pearl Smith
and Mr. B. P. Smith took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Buie Suu
day.
Keller Brookshire and family spent
Christmas with Mr. Hudson and
family at Alsdorf and Miss Jimmie
Hudson came home with them to stay
several days.
Mrs. J. M. Edwards and son,
Lnyne, of Joshua, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Taylor and Dr. oPulter and
daughter, Violet, of Dallas spent the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boren visit
ed relatives at Ray Monday. Mrs.
M. J. Shivers went with them.
Ross Hartsfield and family and
Charlie Osburne and family of Ray
spent Monday night with John Sea
bolt and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Reynolds
took Christmas dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Reynolds.
Roland Taulbee and Horace God
frey spent Monday night with the
former’s mother, Mrs. Sadie Taulhee,
of Waxahachie.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pouker of
South Prang spent Saturday night
ami Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
God frey.
ms. Kooert IMWnillK oi r:usL 11
visiting her mother, Mr.,. \V. H.
Lauier.
Mrs. L. rt. Alexander spent Suu
Ua.> with Mrs. S. R. Wheatley.
••MHOIVKKS KOIt TMK
COMING YK.\K”
That’s not a weather prediction, hut
a general order that has be n sent
to the plutnhers from people who
heretofore have mimed the pleas
ure and convenience, to say nothing
of the cleanliness of an up-to-date
shower hath. Most modern homes,
no matter how htimhle, are having
them ini'talled. Why not you?
Edmonds Bros.
Nssr Phone Aft K. W. Phone SS»S
Night Phone 8. \Y. 784.
Are you boo'•ting for the Ellin
County Sanitarium’.’
R. D. McCombs
Fire, Life, Accident,
Plate Glass,Tornado,
Live Stock, and Auto- |
mobile Insurance.
(Liability and Bonds. |
Are you booMlng for the Kill*
County Hanltarlum?
Wallace & I
Ralston I
Transfer and I
Storage Co. I
Satisfaction |
Guaranteed I
I Old Phone 33$ New Phone 1 |
Holiday
Rentes
via
Interurban
Round Trip
From Waxnhachle
To Fort Worth.
To Waco.i.S-.or»
To McKinney.I<>
To Sherman.Jitsi.oo
To Denison.$t.oo
Tickets on salo December
18, 1!», 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26 and 31, lit 16 and January
1, 11)17. I.iemed to lcturri"
January 5, 19" *
F o r further
' in format ion
call upon
T. E. Newton,
Agest
Wax uliacltio
Cost little—save much—want ads.
Frozen
Pudding
M\ kinds of Ice
Creams and Ices
—for
EI-Co Creamery Co
Old Phone 63 New Phone 52
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♦ MAKKKT RKTORT. ♦
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| (K«mM'<<d l>jr tlie Uia iliwhlr Cwt
t»n F\.
Cotton—New Nork luture*.
Ymd’y Today
Closed Open lll*h Low Cloaod j
■ Mar 17.59 17.73 18.00 17.30 17.311
May 17.88 18,00 18.29 17.58 17.53
Jul> 17 91 17.78 18 29 17 60 17.81
Oct. 16 36 16.46 16.76 16.11 16.12
Cotton—Now Orleans Future*.
Yesd’y Today
Closed Open High Low Closed
Mr.r 17.19 17.30 17.57 16 80 16.94
Mt.r 17 44 17.56 17.86 17.03 17.19
July 17.61 17 75 18.06 17.28 17.40
Oct. 15.95 16.06 16.44 15.71 15.70
Spot Cotton.
New York . 17.40
Ntw Orleans . 17.16
llo stun . 17.10
Italia* . 17.75
Liverpool Spot*.
Ye. terday . 10.37
Today . 10.61
Liverpool Mule*.
Sah'a.5.00(1
Receipt*. 38,DO©
Wheat. December, closed ... 11.85
Wheat. May, closed . 1.72
Corn, December, closed .91
Corn. May, closed .92
Oat*, December, closed.49
Oats, May, closed.53
local Market.
The Waxnhachle dealer* are pay
ing the following priceB for country
prodaco today:
Cotton, good middling .. 18.15
Cotton, strict middling.17.95
Cotton, middling . 17.75
Cotton seed, per ton. $55.09
Wheat, No. 2 . $1.73
Haled oats, per ton.$16 to $18
i Corn, per bushel . $1.20
| Oats, per bushel . 60c to 65c
| Alfalfa hay, per ton.$20 to $26
I Prairie hay, per ten.$16 to $18
Johnson grass hay. .$12.50 to $17.50
Sorghum hay.$16 to $18
Maixe in heads.,.$35
Chickens, friers, per lb . 16e
Chickens, broilers, per ll»....17%c
Turkeys, per pouud. lhe
Ducks, each . 20c
Gccae, each . 36c
Old roosters, euch .. 16c
Cream butterfat, per id .28c
Eggs, per doren . 2*>.
Country Butter, pound . . 20c to 25e
| Hens, per lb . 12c
Sweet potatoes, per bushel . . $1.00
Hogs, on loot . . . J't ',(■
NORTH PRONG.
Rev. M. W. Preatidge preached
for us Sunday.
Mrs. H. H. Moses aVid family took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lewla
Moses of Palmer.
Mrs. Hardy entertained the little
folks of her neighborhood Satur
day night and they all reported a
jolly time.
Misses Gertie, Ola, Bertha and Ivy
Lee and It. J. Hankins, Bethel and
Duty Carroll all spent Christmas Eve
with Prod and Auta Carroll.
Mr. and Mrs. Brice Burge ss spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bur
gess.
Air. and Alia. J. ti. naiiKins oi ai-|
lus, Okla., are spending Christmas
with is brother, \V. Hankins.
M. P. Roebuck of NuhIi commuul
ly attended* church here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pope and fata
lly and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wor
thy and family of Fort Worth all
spent Christmaa with their parents,
Mr. and Airs. W. H. Hankins.
.'.♦
HOWARD
Mrs. Fannie Chiles served a delic
ious dinner Sunday to relatives and
friends. Those present wore Mr. and
Mrs. J T. Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Edmondson, Mr. and Mra. Bcauric
Cblles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chiles,
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Marks and Dr.
und M s. Looney.
Air. and Mrs. J. W. Byrum spout
Monday with Mr. and Mra. Uob Hob
eon.
' Quite a crowd of young folks met
at Dr. and Mra. Looney's Sunday
night and sang awhile.
Mrs. Dunn from Marshall is visit
ing Mrs. West at present.
iurs. uunn a mi Mrs. went are vis
itinr: Mrs. Bob Kuox today, Tuesday.
.Mr. and Mrs. 0. U. Ward and
| children of Decatur, Ala., are viait
j in*r Mr. and Mrs. George Odom.
Miss Jimmie McKennon of May
' pearl visited here sister, Mrs.
Rhodes, Saturday and they went to
Kinds to visit their mother.
Mr. ru’d Mrs. George Odom and
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ward took din
ner Christmas day with Mr. and
Mrs. Draper at Corsicana.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Davis spent
| Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Junkins
'at Bard well.
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‘ Dcvcuport make.; pictures. tf
WANT C LUMN]
tour It »u»- or have twnu to lat, art roiumng
THK UKUIIKH.
FOR MAI.K.
FOR SALK— Plenty of old new»
l>m>*>r« at the lh*lly I.tfht office. |f
FOR MAI.K Quick. 1913 model
llupniobllp. In first class condition.
H o A. N. tluthrle. 240
FOR MAMS OR TRADB — 191C
model seven passenger Mitchell car.
practically food us now, run less
tl.nn 9000 mtlea. Hee F^Dulloae. tf j
FOR SALE -One gmul vacant lot
close in. 145x190, on corner. Ad
dress *'C". care Light. 239
FOR SALE Five room house, ad
conveniences, on Brown street. Seej
Mrs. John Criddle.
tues-thu sat-24 Ipd
FOR SALK One registered, medium
type, Poland-China male. Rood Indi
vidual. O. T. Murphy. U 6. Waxa
hachte. Phone Howard exchange.
243pd
FOR SALE at n bargain, IT sold at
once, 68 % acres land, twelve miles
southeast of Italy in edge of Navarro
county. Can give possession. E. C.
Johnson, Waxahachie. Tcxun. 241
FOR SALE Ai » bargain, my resi
dence corner West Main and Patrick i
streets. Seven rooms, all modern
conveniences. Phone 228 or 786.
Harry Park. 248
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop and
residence ut Howard. Light prices
and eusy terms. Address T. M. Buie
£• Co., R F l>. K, Waxahachie. 267pd
FOR BALE—Watkins Unimenl and
other remedies, finy flavoring ex
tracts, pure ground apices, toilet ar
ticles and full line stock and poultry
remedies. Satisfaction guaranteed;
will deliver. Phouo 68 6. A. II. An
derson (the W’atkins man.) tf
FOR SALE—All grades o: wrapping
paper have made an enormous In
crease in price within the past year.
We can sell you newspapers which
will auswor thb same purpose as
regular wrapping paper. Wo have
a large quantity on hand and can
sell you all you want at ONE
FOURTH the price you are paying
for wrapping paper. THE IJAILY
LIOllT. tf
FOR RENT.
FOR KENT -Two nicely furnished
r< oms for light housekeeping. Close
In. 307 North Monroe street. tf
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms,
all modern conveniences; 312 East
University avenue. Old phone 951.
239pd
FOR KENT A good farm. Have
teams and tools to sell. A good
proposition to the right party. O. T.
Murphy, Howard, Texas. 245pd
_S_
FOR RENT -Seven room house,
close In, newly papered and painted.
Phone 899. 240
WANTED.
WANTEft—I want to buy a good
horHe. Bert Shands. 241pd
WaNT to saw your wood. Old
phone 704. A.J. Fincher. tt
HORSES AND MARES WANTED—
There will bo a man at my barn on
Monday. Jan. 1. 1017. to buy war
horses and mares, five to eisht years
old, 15 to 16 3-4 hands high, to be
sound and good bone and to weigh
050 pounds and up Torn Bullard.
240pd
MISCELLANEOUS.
If. D. RANKIN, Contractor and
Buirder. Rhone 413. tf
M. D. Roberts, move# and levels
houses. Residence phone 287. tf
SERVICE—Two Jersey males for
service at my barn. Old phoue 920.
Keray & Son. 241pd
COAL, WOOD AND FEED—Plenty
of lump coal, oak wood, corn, oats,
bran, shops, ahorta. etc. ileadiiuar
[ trrs for chicken feed. A. Laaswell.
Old phone 477. 241
icAKBKR TttAUB taught at Texas
I Barber College, the world’s greatest.
Petition when competent. Fiee cata
lcgu« explaining. Dallas or Fort
Worth. Texan. 24 2pd
C. L. KENNEDY A CO —Fire. Tor
nado cud Automobile Insurance. Wa
lepr-sent old lli.e, prompt pay lug
rompanloa. South Rogers street.
Phone 152. if
r.Ric Mixell, Vetera A Co. for Fire,
Tornado and Automobile Insurance.
Only the best companies represent
ed. Phone 317 tf
1917 MODEL FORDS—We make
any medel Ford a 1917 model in a
few hours at a small expeneo. Why
not have your Ford up to tha minute
when it coats so little to Inrlud# 1917
body, crown fenders, streamline hood,
and paint chasses. We also 1>uy
sgpl sell Fords. H. 0. Savage Auto
Company, 2701-03 Main Street, Dal
las. Texas, 343
LOST OR FOUND.
LOST—Uold oval shaped watch fob
pendant, with several links of chain.
Call old phona 103. 240pd
LOST- Leather not« book containing
several notes aiui accounts. Finder
plea»« notify W. H. Bratcher, Wax
nhaebie. Texas. 239pd
KMTUAYKl) OK STOLEN.
TAKEN UP by the undersigned, one
male black shoot about six months
old. Owner cart get same by paying
tor keep and for this advertisement.
I). M. Pruitt. R-D, Waxahachle,
Texas. 240
*5.00 ne»ara.
\ roward of 16.00 will *e paid by
ibis company for tba eonvicMon of
auy one found guilty of taking tba
iJelly Light from the yard or lawa
of any subscriber of Ibis paper. EN
TERPRISE PUBLISHING COM
PANY.
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v RAILROAD TIMM TABLE. O
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lloaston Ml Tein* Central
Wnsl Bound
No. 86 leaves. .7:06 a. a
No 81. Motor Car. lease#. .6:86 a. tn.
No 88 leaver. 7:06 p. a.
East Bound.
No. 83 leaves.10:40 a.m.
No. 86 leaves. . . 8:67 p. m.
No. 80. Motor Car, leasee 6:13 ». a.
Trinity and Bruno* Talley.
Houth bound.
No" 1 learns.10:11 a. a.
North Bound.
-n t arrises.6:00 p. u.
ML. ft. JO T
North ftonud
No. C (Flyer) leaves.7:08 a«#u.
No. 10 (Limited) leaves. .7:25 p. m.
Mouth Bound.
No. 0 (Limited) leave*.. .8:45 a. m.
'•I r, (Flyer) leaves.9:06p.m.
ItttrirhM Time TiiXila.
. Southbound.
Local cars from Dallas to Waco
will pass Waxahachle 6:34. 7:46,
9:46 and 11:48 a. m., 1:46. 3:46,
5:46. 3:34 and 10:84 p. m. Local
cars will arrive In V.axahsehie from
Dallas 7:46 p. m. ai d 12:26 a. m.
Limited cars from Dallas to Waco
will pass Waxahachle 3:34 and 10:34
». m., 12:34. 3:34, 4:34 and 6:84
p. m.
Northbound.
Local cars will leave Wsxabacbt«
or Dallas 5:56 and 6:4 2 a. no. Local
cars from Waco to Dallas will pass
Waxahachle 8:42 and 10:48 a. m..
12:42, 2:41, 4:42. 6:42, 9:19 and
1:19 p. m.
Limited oars from Waco to Dallas
will pass Waxahachle 7:19, 9:19 and
11:19 a. m.. 1:19. 8:19. 5:19 and
7:19 p. m. (Car passing Waxahachle
7-19 a. m. may make local stops be
tween Waco and Waxahachia when
necessary.)
1 ’■> ?■
uugKmp.
Southbound baggage ear* will
leave Waxahachla 2:40 a. tn aad
1:08 p. m. Northbound b a range
icars wll' b-Hte Wasabachle 2:60 and
110:50 p tn
Baggage may also b«> handled on
non'h bound Local pawugrr cars
passing YVaxaltachie" 7:4#, 0:4# and
11:4# a. m.. 1:46, 8:46 and 5:4# p.
ni., it ml on Loc*l cara arriving 7:4#
p. ox., also on northbound Local nts
enger cars parsing Waxahachlo 8:41
land 10-42 ft. in.. 12:42. 8:48. 4:41
! • rx *1 ll ■ 4 n
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| HOLIDAY RATES
AU Points tn Texas
‘On salo Dec. 13th to 26tli, incluatn^
Dee. 3t,(lfl|<S, and January 1, t»IT—
Limit January 3.
AII Points in Louisian*
>u sale Dec. 21. 22. 2*. 24, *3,
ml 31—Limit January 7.

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