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A Picture With a Punch That Fairly Knocks You int'the Head !
"HOt'GIlT \M> I* \ID rOR”
The most unusual phfttoplay,
which is sweeping America from
coast to coast like • a raging
storm.
It feck like a blow from
It tears dot, n some play
It looks for o black sheep
in yeur closet, but hopes
It proves that It Isn’t all
she hss got to remember.
:i sand-bag from bcnind. It deals with a daring subject, delicately,
houses' built by vanity. It pulls 'dd'-.fl some air castle* hwng by threads,
in_ your family, but does’'t saj there is one. It locks for a skeleton
not to find one. It doesn't preach that the world Is all wrong, yet
right. It calls the busy, bu»y verld's attention to something that
busy-br hanged. Yet U shows c right way and u wrong way.
Dixie 'Theatre Monday
When the Shoe Pinches Society Buds Don't
It's Time to Take It Off Bloom For a Lifetime!
— This picture doesn't say we re all
bad hoys and girls, men nnd wo
men.
-—It just asks us to be honest with
ourselves.
—It puts up the same rrgument
mother always mrde.
wm *
-»-Th«v’ wither anti fade, shows this
mavis. If we want sunshine In the
winter of life, it ways we must
not force winter Into the sunshine
of life.
- It reasons with us.
ADMISSION 10 AND 20 CENTS
COMING SOON—“THE BIRTH OP A NATION” |
Dixie Theatre Today
Universal special Feature in Three Acts Starring Ben Wilson in
“Society Hypocrites”
W tli Neva Gerber, Helen la-slie, Win, Welch anil Mina Cunard.
Imp Drama—"TIIK MISSING WITXKSS”—Featuring Herbert
Ilrencu, Win. Shay and Vivian Prescott.
Admission 5c and 10c.
Queen Yiieatre Today
“FOLLOWING VTHE FLAG”
,\ thrilling three reel drama. Follow Pershing's column in
to Mexico.. See I nch* Sam's Annj- on the border.
Helen Gibson in “THF HATH OF 1H3ATH’’—Kalem llail
roud drama.
Admission 5e and 10c.
EmpireTheatreToday
Bi'cuhvnj Star Feature in Three Arts Featuring Harry Daven
port ami a Capable Yitngraph Cast in
“Till: HFAKT OF A FOOL."
Mary Anderson in "TAKI.Xt* THE HOXKA Ol'T OI HOXEA
MOON"—-A'itagi aph comedy.
CJeorge Ovey in "THK FICHTiXt; FOLK"—Cub comedy.
Admission 5c and lOc.
Daily Light Want Ads Get
Results—Try One.
BSTAHLISHTTl lae*
Citizens National Bank
OF WA X A HACHIK, TEXAS
Capita! and Surplus $300,000.00
For almost half a century we have been serving our customers
To those lh need of banking facilities we oxtend the aceommod*
clone of a strong and well equipped bank
O. E. DUNLAP, President
f, A FERRIS, Active V. Pres ; J. N LANCSFORD, Ass’t. Caehlet
J W. SINGLETON, V. Pres.; KRLING HELLAND, Ass’t. Cashier
R. W GLTZBNDANER, Cashier: JUSTUS W. FERRIS, Ase’t. Cashier
DIRECTORS
1 2. DUNLAP, T. A. FERRIS, R. W. GETZENDANER, R. K ER
Viift, C. W. GIBSON, F. A. FERRIS. D, G. THOMPSON, J. W
•nGLETON. .1 N. LANGSFORD
Are you boosting for tbe Ellis County Sanitarium?
State Bank & Trust Company
Oft Waxahachie, Texas.
“GUARANTY FUND BANK”
Transacts a Genera! Banking Business
*de non-iaterest bearing '.nd unsecured Deposits oi this bans
ar* protected by the Depositor# Guaranty Fund of th» State *f
ifezr.*.
*ki» Bank i# specially authorised by law to act A dm'*'
U*tor, Executor Guardian, Receiver. Etc.
We Kofepeclfully So*r(i< lour ilUhiuefcs
officers
G. W. COLEMAN, President R. J COLEMAN, Vice President
J K COLEMAN. CaFhlei R. C. JOHNSTON, Ass’t Cashier
J. E. BATCHLEKT Afa’t Cashier
DIRECTORS
G. W COLEMAN, J. E. COLEMAN. M. D. RUTHERFORD
D H NEWTON, T.✓ A FERRIS, R. J. COLEMAN
J. C. LUMPKINS. T H CHEATHAM. P XT W SIMS
Are you hooding ter the Kills County Miuitariuni?
At the lWxle.
The I'niversal company is show
ing a three reel special fe*ure at the
Dixie theater today, starring Ben
Wilson in "Society's Hypocrites,”
1 with Neva Geyber, Helen bealie, Wm.
Welch and Mina Cunurd. The other
\ attraction ia an Imp drama of mys
! tery and adventure, “The Missing
I Witness," featuring Herbert Brenon,
i Wm. Shay and Vivian Prescott. Mon
i day the Dixie will show a Brady '
! made feature starring Alice Brady In (
| "Bought and Paid For.” This is a (
‘wonderful story and wonderfully j
' netted.
L i
At Hie Umpire. f J.
I The big attraction at the Empire :
today is a Broadway star feature, p
"The Heart of a Fool,” in three acts,
| starring Harry Davenport, with the
! support of a capable cast of Vita
graps players. Mary Anderson Is ap
pearing in "Taking the Honey Out
i of Honeymoon,'’ a Vitagrnph comedy.
! George Ovey is playing "The Fight
| ing Four,” a Cub comedy.
I _
I |
• 'At the Queen.
A Selig three reel feature is the!
leading attraction at the Queen the
ter today. It is “Following the Flag,”
a thrilling drama. Follow Pershing’s
column into Mexico, see-Uncle Sam's
army on the border. The single reel
j is one of the sensational railroad
; dramas by Kalem, featuring Helen
j Gibson,
i "
i MEAT CAUSE OK
KIDNEY TROUBLE
! Take Salts U> Flush Kidneys If Back
Hurts or Bladder Bothers.
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it. but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, Hays a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forns uric acid which almost para
lyzes the kidneys tn their efforts to
expel it from the blood. They be
come sluggish and weaken, then you
suffer a dull misery iu the kidney
region, sharp pains in the back or
sick headache, dizziness, your stom
ach sours, tongue is coated and when
the weather is had you have rheu
matic twinges. The urine gets cloudy,
full of sedimout, the channels often
get sore and irritated, obliging you
to seek relief two-or three times dur
ing the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids, |
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off j
the body’s urinous waste get four
ounces of ad Salts from any pharma
cy here; take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for
| a few days and your kidneys will
' then act fine. This famous salts is
j made from the acid of grapes and
i lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
flush and stimulate sluggish kid
neys, also to neutralize the acids in
urine, so it no longer irritates, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot
injure, and makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink.— (adv.)
j -
i To get the neat prices Tor any ar
ticle you may have for sale it is
necessary that everybody know that
you have something for sale. Let
' the Daily Light want column tel)
them about it.
i
j Job printing, ‘‘That's All ” Phone
14S Jack Tucker.— (Adv.)
V
‘81IOWKK8 FOIl ,THK
COMINC YKAR"
rhat’s not a weather prediction. l>ut
i general order that has been sent
to the plumbers from people who
heretofore have missed the pleas
tre and convenience, to say nothing
i*f the cleanliness of, an up-to-date
ihower hath. Most modern homes,
no matter how humble, are having
hem installed. Why not you?
Edmonds Bros.
Sew Phone 58 8. W. Phone 223
Night Phone 8. W 784.
Are you boosting for the Kills
County Smnitoriuni?
R. D. McCombs
Fire, Life, Accident,
Plate Glass,Tornado,
Live Stock, and Auto
mobile Insurance.
Liability and Bonds.
Ait yon boosting for tho Kills
3 County Hunitnrium?
Wallace &
Ralston
Transfer and
Storage Co..
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
Old Phene 135 lew Phone 1
Holiday
Rates
via
Intenirban
Hound Trip
From W»saht»chle
To Fort Worth.8*2.00
To Wato.82.05
To McKinney.82.40
To Sherman .811.00
To Denison.$1.00
Ticket*! on sale December
IS, 19, 20, 21. 22, 2", 24, 25,
20 and 81, 1910 and January
1, 1917. Llmitel to ittuin
January 5, 191/.
V o r further
' Informal ion
cull upon
i T. K. Vutou,
.l^cnt
WaxaliHillic
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♦ MARKKT KKIH*RT. ♦
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(Fur nisi cU by (lie YVavahaclile Cot
ton KxiIihiikc.)
Cotton—New York Futures.
Yesii'y Today
Closed Open lllgb Low Closed
Mai. 17.27 17.35 17.38 17.1!* 17.28
May 17 52 17.01 17.0« 17.41 17.57
July 17.57 17.50 17.67 17.50 17.62 !
Oct. 16.08 16.15 1*6.25 10.10 18.17
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Cotton—New Orleans Future*.
Yesd'y Today
Closod Open Hlgli Low Closed
Mar. 16.78 16-8** 16.34 16.65 16.82
[May 17.01 l<80 17.21 16. So 17.08
| July 17.2'; 17.23 17.33 17.18 17.27
Oct 15.61 15.80 15.90 15.7© 15.80

Spot Cotton.
New York . . . .*. 17.25
New Orleans j. 17.25
Houston . ..17.10
Dallas . 16.65
Liverpool Spots.
Yesterday. 10.64
- Today . 10.63
Liverpool Hales.
Sales .. 6,000
i flecaipts.:. 1,000
! Wheat, May, closed ..$1.74
i Wheat. July, closed.$1.41
■Corn. -May closed.93
■ Coyi, July, closed . ..92]
I Oats, May. dosed .. .5 3
■Oats, July, closed .» . . . .51
Local Market.
The Waxuhuthle dealers are pay
■ lug the following prices for country
prodace today:
Cotton, good middling. 17.15
Cotton, strict middling. 16,95
Cotton, middling ., ... 16.75
Cotton seed, per tou . $55.09
Wheat, No. 2 . $1.7 b
Baled oats, per ton.$15 to $18
Corn, pdr bushel ....». $1.20
Oats, per bushel. l»/c to 65<
Alfalfa hay, per ton.$20 to $26
Prairie hay, pt^r ton.$16 to $18
Johnson grass hay. .$12.60 to $17.50
Sorghum hay.$16 to $18
Maize in head*. $35
Chickens, friers, per lb . 15c
Chickens, broilers, per lb....lt%c
Turkeys, per pound . . .j . . . . . 18c
Ducks, each .20c
Geese, each . 35c
Old roosters, each .. ^6c
Cream butterfat, per lb .28c
Eggs, per dozen .. 2■>.
Country Butter, pound . . 20c to 25c
Hens, per lb . 12c
Sweet potatoes, per bushel . . $1.00
Hogs, on foot . $ * 51
AFRICAN BIG GAME Hl’NTFItH
GOING AFTER AFRICAN LIONS.
CLKVKRAND. Dec. 30. Two of
Colonel Roosevelt’s big game hunt
ing companions in Africa —Clifford
Fuller and Kenyon Painter, are
going l ack after Ilona ns soon aa
the Br; ish' war measures are relax
ed, Fuller told the Northern Ohio
Fish & Game association at Us con
vention here today.
Fuller said the Gertnuus and
British have been bO busy snooting
rich otcer that the lions have been
left uione and are multiplying
rapidly. Fuller has Been discussing
the situation with Pauk Rainey,
showman and lion hunter de luxe.
Painter is a millionaire sj»ort«ma:i
iof this city.
! Read taj Bight—get ail the news.
I
If you want to Hay, Soil or Kxrhaago anything, or want to Root
Yi iir Hi«w> or hare moan to let, art RR* rotamaa.
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* TltK WKATHKH. «
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IX m 8 A Mi.
FOR SALK—Plenty of old news
paper* at the Hally Light office, tf
FOR SALK One secondhand iKxIge,
two secondhand Ford*, one 32 llup
mohll*. Howell Hardware t'o. tf
FOR HALF Three good typewriters
from 115 to 130. one good roll top
desk $15. It. K. Moore Furniture
(o. 241
FOR SALK One registered, medium
type, Poland-Chlna male. (Jood Indi
vidual. O. T. Murphy. R #. Waxa
hachle. Phone Howard exchange.
242pd
KOIl SALK at a bargain, If sold at
once, tiS ‘-s acres laud, twelve mlle^
southeast of Italy in edge of hiavarro
county. Can give possession. K. C.
Johnson, Waxahaohle, Texas. 241
FOR SALE At a bargain, my resi
lience corner West Main and Patrick
streets. Seven rooms, all modern
conveniences. Rhone 228 or 788.
Harry Park. 244
FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and
residence at Howard. Light prices
and easy terms. Address T. M. Bui*
A Co., R.F.D. F. Wasahacble. 267pd
FOR SALE—Watkins Liniment and
other remedies, fine flavoring ex
tracts, pure ground spices, toilet ar
ticles ami foil line stock and poultry
remedies. Satisfaction guaranteed;
will deliver. Phone 080. -%•!. H. An
dersofi (the Watkins man.) tf
FOR SALE—-All grades or wrapping
paper have made an enormous in
crease in price within the past year.
We can sell you newppupers which
will answer the same purpose as
regular wrapping paper. We have
a large quantity on hand and can
sell you all you want at ONK
FOPRTII the prlee you are paying
for wrapping paper. THE DAILY
LIGHT. tf
FOR KENT.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
ii mm for light housekeeping. Close
In. 307 North Monroe street. tf
FOR RENT—A store building on
north side of square. Bee E. A. Du
Bose. * tf
FOR RENT -Three connecting fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
Mrs. H. C. Ilmdshaw, Kaufman st.
Old phone 8117. tf
FOR RENT —A good farm. Have
teams and tools to sell. A good
proposition to the right party. O. T.
.Vhirphy, Howard. Texas. 24f>pd
WANTED.
WANTED I want to buy a good
borne. Bert Bhandn. 241pd
WANT to saw your wood. Old
phone 704. A.J. Fincher. tf
WANTED—A colored woman of mid
dle age for domestic help. Apply to
101 W. Mcrvln. or phhne 379. 243
WANTED—-Twelve Buff Orpington
hens and one rooster. Phone 9004
R4, G. B. West. 242pd
-*_- —t
WANTED- Good second-hand top
buggy and harness worth the money.
J. M. Alderdlce. 247pd
WANTED—A few extra heavy fresh
uulch cows, giving not lean than 4
gallons per day. Address F, care
Daily Eight. 241pd
MIBCKLLANEOUH.
H. D. RANKIN, Contractor and
Buuder. Phone 413. tf
M. I). Roberts, moves and level*
houses. Residence phone 287. tf
SERVICE—Two Jersey males for
service ut my barn. Old plione 920.
Feruy & Son. 241pd
TO TRADE I will trade five acres
of land and town lots in Simmons
City for second hand Ford car. It E
Moure. 241
COAL, WOOD AND FEED—Plenty
of lump coal, oak wood, corn, oats,
bran, shops, shorts, etc. Headquar
*
tera for chicken feed. A. Lasewell.
Old phone 477. Ml
PAfinr.R TRADK taught at Tom
R^rlh'f College, the world's graataat.
Position w hen'competent. Free rata
logne explaining. Dallas or Fort
Worth, Texas. I42pd '
C. L. KKNNEDT & CO.- Fire, Tor
nado and Automobile Ii. u wee. We
repreaeut old lino, prompt paying
companies. South Roger* gtreet
Phone lf>2 -f
SKF Mi**ll, I’etefs A Co. for Fire.
Tornado and Automobile Insurance
Only the best companies represert
.1 Ph-> ... 217tf

HOOD INVB8TMKNT For sale
good two-story brick building. 4o*
100. Will bring $100 month Now
pxcupled by us. We want larger
building. See R. K. Moore. 241
8TOLKN From my home on Mon
roe street, Friday r.ight, a bicycle,
22-incli frame, motorcycle waddle, old
style handle bars, new sterdy stud
tire on front rim, dark coined
frame, box chain. Finder return to
dames Ring, carrier for The Dally
Light, and he rewarded. t4SdM
1917 MODEL FORDS—We make
any model Ford a 1917 modal In a
few hours at a email expense. Why
not have your Ford up to the i^lnuta
whan It costs so little to IncludO 1917
body, erown fenders, streamline hood,
and paint chasses. We aleo buy
and sell Fords. 11. O. Savage Auto
Company, 2701-03 Main Street, Dal
ian, Texas. 945
LOST OH FOUND.
FOUND- Sido curtain for automo
bile lop. Owner can have eame by
calling at the Dally Light office. 341
l^offT’ 'Oft '“''STOLEN—Two cotton
tickets, Nos. 174 and 191, Issued by
the Rankin Cotton yard. Cotton buy
ers will take warning and not buy
cotton f/oiu these tickets. L. B.
Robertson. 242pd
LSTUAYED OH STOLEN.
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Made subject to the action of the
white mans primary:
For Mayor:
E. II. I'lUNCE.
CARROLL TODD.
For Alderman Ward 1:
E. P. HAWKINS.
For Alderman Ward 3:
E. F. PHILLIPS. _
If you have second-hand article*
thut you wish ‘.o dispose of let the
people know 1 by'placmg a small
at In the bail Llg’-t want ootumn.
i HOLIDAY HATES
All Points in Texas
Oti sale Dec. 18th to 28th, Inf luslet,
Itac. 81, Iftlfl, und January 1, •
Limit January 8.
All Points In Louisiana
In sale Dec. 21. 22. 28, 24, 25, 22
nd 81—Limit January T.
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Frozen
Pudding
| ■' ■;
/
\11 kinds of fee
Creams and lees
—for
*
El-Co Creamery Co
I Old Phone 63 New PhontfZ'

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