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Uh Sale Is Doing the Business mi aiaybac ■naM bbeh ^tesssssM ' We are selling great stacks of goods—and saving the people big money. Next week will be a “wonder sale” week. If you want merchandise at cut prices come to our Big Sale; urham's » “The Home of Goods” / rusi ‘ ",K Music (Hub. Musk club lusnon for January &: First .Lesson la Irtudy of the Orchea . trs and Orchestral Music. 1. Definition of the word '•orchea tra.** t. Distinguish between orchestra and band, between orchestral music 'and rhambep music. 8. Evidence*; of attempted or ebaatrm) music among the ancient people. 4. Status of Instrumental music prior to IdOO. 'Cause for this state. 6. What great force working at beginning of modern period revo lutionised ideas of music? Explain. 0. What peculiarity in the writing t of scores retarded growth of instru mental music? . 7. In what way did the Madrigal influence the development of or chestral music. 8. Date for beginning of modern orchestra. ». Divide hlatory of development Of orchestra Into periods; character ise each period; give names and con tributions of musicians to whom gaeh period is most Indebted. 10. Describe orchestra sccom , MAY PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS Greet you every day during the year of 1917 I —that’s our -wish We OldkaaHardw’re Company a. Kogvin HI. . riiom (Ml — Outlying Paris’ ‘‘Eurydlce.’’ 11. Location of orehestr* at dlf-' feront stages of its development. It. Ideal (oration of orchestra. 13. Give stages In development of the conductors. 14. Name some of most eminent. 15. Function of concert-master. 16. When was "baton" first used? What were some of Its predecessors? 17. What is present day tenden cy lu orchestral music? 16. Popularity and Influence of this form of music? Mabel Smith, leader. HAVE IMIiK HAIK ANI) LOOK YOtTNG Nobody fan Tell Wlien Von Darken Gray, Faded Hair With Huge lea. Grandmother kept her hair beau tifully darkened, glossy and attract ive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sul phur. Whenever her hair took on thi^l dull, faded or streaked appear ance, this simple mixture was ap plied With wonderful effect. By ask ing at any tarug store for "Wyeth’u Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will get a large bottle of this old time recipe, improved by the addi tion of other ingredients, all .ready to use, for about 60 cents. This sim ple mixture can be depended upon | to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist soya everybody use kb Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Compound now because It darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been ap plied—It’s so easy to use. too. You simply dampen a eontb or soft brush and draw tt through your hair, tak ing on strand at a time. By morn ing the gray hair disappears; after another application or two, It Is re stored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful. This preparation is a delightful toilet Requisite. It is not Intended for the cur®, artrtgatiou or prevention of disease.-r-tadv.) Bey VIPS* flab for January 4. German and British Painting. rtilltariau Art—Mrs. C. E. Gough. Woman in Art —As an inspiration, as au interpreter -Mrs. Jack Hood. 1. When and in what - form did the first German painting appear? 2. What were the three schools in the lVh and 15th centuries, and give one artist in each? S. Who was the greatest master of the l&tb century and tell some I thing of his work ? 4. Tell something of the life and : work of the Holheins. WE WISH YOU HEALTH AND HAPPINESS health product** hnppinc* *. Ihirtnc the new }i'*r \ -hull do ever)tiiinjt |Mv**ihle to tn*ure perfect health to ,, n. ItrlBK u* your proscriptions. S , " i ■ Prescription |)rU|tglM» Hotel Ku)>t>r» Comer Telephotae* 67 S. Who ** 4 on school. of it<« Munich : , y 4 Pnaaoldcrf* 'M 4 t What have born thi* relat 4 between German art And Gertuaa « lakophy? 7. What place did Adolph Mental hold in German painting? Tell aotnetbfng of hi* work and person-" ■hit 8. How did Meate| and Lentmrh differ’ \ f ** Who may we consider as the flrml of the new school of today’ JO. Give a description of "Prayer After |,**t Supper ." 11. How has maturallsm affect - German art? 12 What has been the attitude of the English toward painting? 13. When did the first art appear and tell something of ita progress' 14. Tell something of the work of Hogorth. 15. Discuss the two greatest Eng lisb artisla. 15. T»l! something of the greatnet work of Constable. 17. How did the picture of Tur ner dlffet? 18. Tell something of the water colortsts. I 19. Who were the ppo-Raphaelites. and what of their work? 20. What was the wol^t Of I^urne Jones? 21. Who are some of the present day artists? SUITS FII.KI) UNDER THE SHERMAN ANTI-TRUST LAW. WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.—Stilt has bee# filed against the Lovell-McCon nell Manufacturing company, makers ol Klaxon auto h«jms. In Newark. N. J., for violation of the’ anti-trust lows by the department of justice. GERMANS HOLD POSITION ABOUND DEAD MIN’S Hill ... '- ■ * 4 SEVERAL FRENCH ATTACKS WERE REPULSED BY THE GERMAN TROOPS. - » ,, BERLIN. December 30.—German troops yesterday repulsed several French attacks launched against po sitions on Dead Man’s hill, th6 war office announced today. A temporary increase in the fire northwest of Lille on the Somme and especially ou the north bank and at isolated sections on the Aisne front with repeated defeats of Brit ish and French patrols were detail ed in tlie official statement. THE RUSSIAN DUMA HAS TAKEN CHRISTMAS RECESS - I PETROGRAD, December 30.—The duma has adjourned until January 25—the regular Christmas holiday recess. The Russian Christmas comes on January 7 b ythe reckon fhg of the a ndar In use here. • • • • • • v ♦ • RAILROAD TIM® TABL& ♦ Houston and lew* Central. Wost Bound No. 88 leaves. ..7:05 a. m No 81. Motor Car, leaves.'.*: SF. a. m. No. 88 leaves... 7:06 p.m East Bound. No. 88 leaves.I0:4(re. m No. 88 lecvos.......... 8:67 p.m. No. 80, Motor Car. leaves 6:12 p. m ______ Trinity and Brands Valley. South Bound. No 1 leaves.10:16 a.m. North Bound. No. 8 arrive#.. .6:00 p. n. -• / M.. K. «s * North Bound. No. 6 (Flyer) leaves.... .7:08 a. m No. 10 (Limited) leaves..7;25 p. m. Kouth Bound. No. 9 (Limited) leaves.. .8:46 a. m. No. 6'(Flyer) leaves.... .8:06 p. m lnterurban Time Table. , Southbound. \ Local cars thorn Dallas to Waco will pass Waxahachle 6:34. 7:46, 9:46 and 11:46 a. m., 1:46. 3:4«. 6:46, 8:34 and 10:34 p. m. Local cars will arrive In Waxahachle from Dallas 7:46 p. m. and 12:26'a. m. Limited cars from Dallas to Waco will pass Waxshachle 8:34 and 10:84 ». m., 18:84, 2:84, 4:84 and 6:84 p. m Northbound. Locil cars will leave Waxahachle or Dallas 6:65 and 6:42 a. m. Local cars from Waco to Dallas will pass Waxahachle 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 will pass Waxahachle 7:19, 9:19 and 11:19 a. m.. 1:19, 8:19. 6:19 and ■7:19 p m. (Car passing Waxahachle 7:19 a. m. may make local stops be tween Waco and Waxahachle when necessary.) Baggage. Southbound baggage cars will leave Waxahachle 2:40 a ru and 1:08 p. m. Northbound baggage cars will leave 'Waxahachle 2:60 and 10:50 p. m Baggage may also be handled on southbound Local passenger cars tmssing Waxahachle: 7:46. 9:46 and 11:46 a. m., 1:46. 3:46 and 5.46 p Bi., and on Local cars arriving 7:46 p. m.. also on northbound Local pas i enger cars passing Waxahaghie 8:4a and 10:42 a. m. 12:42, 2:42, 4:42 and 6:42 p. m. Now’s the time to make up your mind that you’ll take better care of your storage battery during 1917 than you did last year. We’ll help a lot if you’ll let us. Waxahacbie Battery Co. i temporary Location, Main .Street, opposite Fire Htation. Telephone 22. '*« _ _ glad to teat your battary at dr%y time Over 6,000 of Most Prominent people in United States Boy Studebaker Cars Prominent Boyers’ Day, December 4th National), Known Figure* In tbe W nrlil of Commerce. Indnstrj and Fi nance Recognized Cnnsnal Merit and (Quality of New Merles 18 Cars—Spend f7,000,000 for Htadebuker Cars in a Few Honrs After New Mo dels Are Announced. ESTABLISHED WORLD'S MALES RECORD. _ Monday, December 4, 1916, has been designated as Prominent Buy ers’ Day by the Studebaker Corpora tion—and tt will go on record as the greatest day in tbt* history of the au tomobile. There never has been any question concerning the originality of auto mobile men, but it was left for L. J. Ollier, vice-president in charge of sales of the Studebaker Corporation, to evolve an idea so distinctly new and original that it has startled the country^ in its stupendous and far rcaching results. Mr. Ollier, like every other mem ber of the great Studebaker organisa tion, believes that in their latest pro-, duction they have a line of motor cars that will appeal most strongly to every man. irrespective of his pres tige and position in life. Coincident with the announcement of the new Series 18 cars, it occur red to Mr. Ollier.that if the wonder ful value and 'quality of the Stude baker Series 18 cars was brought to the attention of people who have been in the habit of paying from $2,000 to $6,000 for their motor cars, such people would be quick to recognize that value. Mr. Ollier im mediately instructed Studebaker dealers all over the country to ^et in touch with the most prominent peo ple in their vicinity. Dealers and salesmen, greatly en thused over the uew models, lost no time in interviewing the most promi nent people in their territory-—and, a few hours after the announcement of the new Series 18 models, Decem ber 3, over 6,000 of the most proml inent business, professional and pub lic men in America placed their or ders for Studebaker automobiles. It was precisely as Mr. Ollier had antici pated. It is learned from factory offi cials and local dealers that, so far, the list of prominent buyers of Se ries 18 Studebaker cars includes members of the president’s cabinet, governors of seven states. United States senators, state senators. Unit ed States congressmen, mayors of large cities, noted jurists, bank presi dents and directors, great manufac turers, presidents and directors of great corporations, nationally known clergymen, famous authors, cham pion athletes, famous big league base ball players, favorite stars of the stage and screen. The Cleveland, Ohio, dealer re ported the sale of a'Series 18 Stude baker "Six” to Frank Rockefeller, brother of the oil king. Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels couldn’t resist the luxury and refinement of a Studebaker limousine, and “Uncle Joe” Cannon, ex-speaker Of the house of representatives, at once con cluded he wanted a Studebaker. Chicago Studebaker distributors said that December 4 at their salesrooms gave every evidence of, a pre-arrang ed gathering of Chicago’s most prominent people. They reported 52 sales, among them A. H. Wheeler, president of the Chicago Automatic Telephone Co., J. B, Forgan, presi dent of the First National Bank, and George K. Schmidt, Cook county as sessor. Norman E. Mack, former chairman of the national democratic commit tee, Senator Smoot of Salt Lake City, Victor L. Berger,''first socialist rep resentative elected to congress, Sen ator Lafe Young and other men high up in political and public affairs ex amined the new Series 18 Studebak er Monday, December 4. and by plac ing their orders helped to make Prominent Buyers’ Day the greatest day in automobile history. These are but a few instances, or course, but they are typical of the prominence of the buyers of Stude baker cars. They represent but a few of the 6,000 nationally known men who placed their orders for Studebuker cars on Prominent Buy ers’ Day and, without a doubt, there will be many more prominent nam<s added to the list' of Studebaker own ers when those who saw and rode in the new Series 18 cars on Mon day, December 4, decide to buy a new car. The magnitude of this great sales record is almost'unbelievable. The great amount of money involved is staggering in its immensity, and be comes even more impressive when it is fully realized that this vast sum was spent for just the one make of car, and within a few hours after the announcement of the new’ model. It is unquestionably* the largest sum of money ever spent by the American people in a single day for automo biles, regardless of the price. It is. in fact, the largest amount of money ever spent by the public for any one article in a single day, except for food fuel and wearing apparel. M. B. RAY, Dealer for Ellis County Real Estate Transfers. t \ A. W. Wilson to D. V. Cox and I. j L. Cerf 70 aeres out of the Carpen ter survey; consideration $6,000. Jas. George to P. Freeman, 93 acres of land out of the Thos. Hav ens survey; consideration $200 and outstanding notes. R. J. Caldwell to H. A. Curtis. 86 acres out of the do La Garza sur ■ .i ■ i ■ _!_ I C A Li Li E<>!< WANT Al> SERVICE Are .ton boosting for the Ellin County Sanitarium? Ivey; consideration $7,700. H. A. Curtis to J. T. Weatherall, 86 acres out of the de La Garza survey; consideration $8,150. P. H. Rankin, trustee, to Frank Jurieek, 10 acres out of the Rankin survey; consideration ILK'S. P. H. Rankin, trustee< to Char' Jurieek, 48 acres oat of the IKtikm survey; consideration $6,456. Annie Torres to J. B. Mohundre, 35 acres out of the de La Pena sur vey; consideration $500. I. K. Rhodes to T. F. Crayton, 'lot in town of Italy; consideration $350. T. F. Crayton to T. B. Loyd, lot In |Italy; consideration $450. >P.\1N WILL NOT SIPPORT WILSON’S PKACK NOTH LONDON, December 30.— Accord ing to a Central News Agency dis patch from Madrid, Spain has jm forniod the TTnited States govern ment that site cannot support Presi dent Wilson's peace note. Cash Produce & Groc. Supply Co. South Rogers Street Old Phone M4. JI ST BKCAl'SF ( HKISTMAS HAS PASsKD We have doahN onr efforts to supply >ou with the choicest ««• \ oranges apples, bananas, lemons, grnpr Hint nntl nuts of all kin>l«A *Ve wish you a hnpliy anil |H-os|>erolls new year. r i Are you boosting ffor the Kllis County Sanitoiluiu? 19// /9lt 2l/e Sxtend the Season s Sre t and desire to express our platitude an dliigli apptcitation of the loyalty manifested by our customers and friends through the six years and especially the past year. We hope the cor dial relations now existing may continue and prow stronger with the increasing years and wish for you and yours in home and business life a new year of happiness and true prosperity accompanied by that greatest of blessings— GOOD HEALTH. \ The Boyd Gounah Grocery Two Phones, Both—55 Old Phone: New Pfionc 169 / « , 1 • A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR— To All Olir Friends and Customers. Accounts for our charge customers ^vvill start Saturday, De cember 30. to apply on January, 1017, statements. We have laid plans and will strive harder than ever to give you the best of tilings to eat, and more efficient service during the coming year. We enjoyed a good business during the year just closing, and take this opportunity to thank ull who helped make it a success. L. Y. COLE <5 SON Both Phones 883 South Rogers Street, A HAPPY NEW YEAR— Is Our Wish to Every one. Since opening a grocery business in Waxnliachie we have en joyed a good trade, and solicit a share for the coming year. We give you values worth your money, and do our liest to please you. Give us a'trial the first mouth in the new year. Goodlett Cash Grocery “The Home of Gladiola Flour” Old Phone 115 New Phone 30 Are you boosting for the Ellis founty Sanitarium? We Hope All Our Friends and customers have enjoyed a nice Christinas, and our wishes are that the new year will bring sunshine ami gladness to all. We solicit and will appreciate your patronage for 1917. Parker €) Company Are you boosting for the Ellis County Sanitarium? Subscribe for the Daily Light I ■ Should look well besides wear well—have us do the WASHING 1MM.1SHI.NG ' r' J Our work will double >'dur pride in the car—besides mak ing the finish wear longer uml I look better. 1 tl Popular prices. W. B. Jackson Motor Car Co., Inc.