Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 101, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1918 Page: 9 of 10
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41 K. T. Feb. U.
T -M p.
J. L. PIKE, E. &
a BLACK, Recorder
<7 H C. BLACK, Ri
MALE HELP WANTED.
fl.H WIU. BK GIVEN- to ooch of
school boj. who will deliver copies of the
Curtis pttbtlcotton to customer*. Only scfeMt
boys—cleu, rootlesooiily aiwl aniMtlooa
oee4 apply. The VI 0-> la In tuition to Mk
oral ea*k profits and many other adv«nt-
Apply to Tempi# Book Concern.
BUY WANTED—For rmeral work and so
llcltinj. Apply *t Ottaga Hotel. «9-»*
W A NT ED— Mechanic, with references. Ap-
ply K. T, Garage. Broceetlle, Tel. O. J.
Downey, Manager. 98 .p
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
MOl'SE C.IKl. WANTSD—Uolnnunbered
white woman, for houoework. on romh.
two in family; every convenience, no drudg-
ery work; beautiful location and permanent
position for right party. Reference exchang-
ed. Salary all ycu ask If worth It. AiUlresa
B«>* 2®, Route I, Lomtta, Te*. *>-.P
gfrtin tii middle
Hi later tftaa 1:M ». », lUrch IT,
it all luintfeti
ROOMS FOR RENT.
tilt, torn tha taUowlo* Imom: Ftmr or mmn
auto tracks ono road sUta* mubtm and
equipment, one or mora gravel elovamrs
with portable bio# *nd ocrveiuk. on* t«d
srarlflor, material for a Bituminous top-
pine am Meridian fcichisaj—thirty-ntue
nines, Iditsen feot wide; stool for two sUty-
foot and ono thlrty-fOat brldgo spans. All
bids to bo filed with county auditor. Csaal
riffcto iowned. For hrther ia/ormaclcu
a«»ty t» A. U Uk% Coaaty Aadttor
THE GULF. CULORAlH> * SANTA FE
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
ta conformity with tha law. of tho state
of Tel^s gov• rruaf the disposition ot an -
elsltuod aiul r»fused freight. noOco la*herv-
hy given that tho property described tviow
will ha sold at puMTs suction. at tho lacal
freight depot of tho above named railway
company at Temple. TexaA on March 13.
Ml*, of S a. ni. o'clock nnless same is
previously catted for and all lawfully ac-
crued charges paid tUoroon:
One car load rlco straw stored at Temple
from car Li*A*3 ♦l.SCT shipped by W.
Krielow Grain and Mill Company. Jennings.
I .a., ta the Ueaty Brokerage Company. Tem-
ple. Texas, same moving «u Jennings. La.,
to Temple. Texas, way bill gW !S of
Nov. », 1917.
(Signed) A. H. W1GLE. Agent.
Feb. 14, 1919. M-»x
WANTED—Good reliable German or Bohe-
mian girl to do general housework. Phone
Mrs. L. R. Talley, ««. 101-4*.
WANTED TO BUY.
VANTED—To buy tweuty-flve new Ford
cars, and ten used Littl* Six Bnicfca. J. M
Lm & Co.
WANTED—Cuw for ita feed. Have Pt**t>
grass and water.
Addresa <10 North Main.
WANTKD—Five hundred old mattresses to
make like new for ownera at great
money-saving prices, Also make old feather
bed* Into nice rolled-edgo mattresses. Call
for and return Temple. Make same price
<ia If you lived in Helton. Phono 364, or a
card will get me. The expert Mattress Man,
j-xnj-Tj-yirTriri- m * ^ m » * * *
WANTED TO RENT.
FOR HKNT—Two large roome furnished for
housekeping. Mrs, Wall, 814 Nortli Sev-
FOR RENT -March 1. four well furnished
housekeeping room*, with private bath.
Also three-room apartment. 108 North
Ninth. Phone 524. 95-7p
FOK KENT- Three *outh room*, unfurnteh-
ed, u pet aire, all convenience#. Finite
nicely furnished feetus
31 & Nortli Mam street.
FOR RENT—Furnish*»d bed rooms; all eon-
▼eniences; reasonable term*. 118 Fourth
and Bartuu. Phone 361. ldl-7x
FOR RENT—Two furnished housekeeping
rooms; modern, with gas. 60* South Ft ret.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
WANT TO RENT—Three room* furnlehed
or unfurnished. Phone 1289. 101-lp
CLASSES and private lessons in Interpretive
and Ball-room dances. Studio 303 North
Ninth. Phone 739. 68-30p
SEEDS, PLANTS, TREES.
FARMERS—Why buy your planting -seed
from speculators, men who never grew
cotton, who buy their wed wherever they
con find them, when you can get high
class seed that is field selected? The only
way that cotton can be bred true t«> type,
and finned on enr prhrate gin, thereby
eliminating aB ehance of mixing with in-
ferior seed, for lose money than you are pay-
ing for Inferior seed. We still have a lUn-
lted supply of 1915 crop Mebano and Big
Hole Buckellew eotten seed. Also 1917 crop
that produced one-third bale per acre, at
|3 per buahel. Will deliver to Temple lots
of 100 buahele or more. Buckellew Bros.,
Thone Oenavllle. Route S. Troy, Tex.
EGTPT1AN Red Onion Sets, Asparagus
Plants, Garden Seeds for that war garden.
Thone Experiment Station. 99-8*
FOR SALB-Flg trees. TUe very best
10 and 15 cents. KM North Third. Ht-Ip
HOUSE— Big baru and oat houses for rent
with fourteen acres, month 11» rent. One
mile north of town where road torus to cem-
etery. Placa recently repaired and improved
at considerable exponas. City water, W.
Goodrich Jones. 9*-S0x
X (Associated Press Dispatch.)
THE GULF. COLORADO * SASTA fE
TO WHtTM IT MAY CONCEKX:
In conformity with tha laws »f tha state
of Texaa goveruln# the disposition of un-
claimed and refused freight, notice Is here
by given thav the property dew ri bed helow
will be sold at publki aucttoa. at the locul
freight depot of the above unmed railway
eomvianT at Temple, Texas on March 2S,
IJ1», at » a. ni. o'clock nnlesa same Is
previously called for and all lawfully ac-
crued charges paid thereon:
Ona car load rice straw stored at Temple
from car CHIP 350.431 shipped by the W.
Krielow Oraiu and Mill Company, Jennings,
I.a, to the Beaty Brokerage Company, Tem-
ple, Texas, same moving on Jennings. La„
to Temple. Texas; way bill L\V 874 of
Not. 14, 1117. ,
(Signed) \ A. H. WHILE, Agent.
Keb. 14, 1918. ' 92 30x
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
FOR SAUE—Or trade for livestock, my
equity In house and lot In Temple. Would
trade for automobile. *f. T. Shepperd, Sa-
FARMS FOR RENT.
FOR SALE OR TRADN—Residence property
111 South Temple. Would consider anto
or vacant lot as part pay. balance long time,
low Interest. Box 7S, Temple. 9S-3p
FOB RENT—Thlrteen-acre farm. Cash or
Share plan. Stegnll Hotel. 99-3x
POULTRY AND EGGS.
FOR RENT—Three unfurnished connecting
rooms. Phone 1343. Mrs. W. 8. Martin,
704 North Second. 101-1*
FOR SALE—One 350-sgg slxe Incubator In
good running condition. D. A. McGregor,
Troy, Route 2.
WANTBD—Two Rhode Island Red rooatera.
D. A. McGregor, Troy, Route 2. 3S-3p
ECUS from best Brown Leghorns ill country.
31.M per fifteen. None batter. Arthur
Wellhansen, Belton, Tex, 101-7U
FOR SALB^White Plymouth Beck eggs,
Fischal strain, 31.S* for fifteen. Phone
I3S. H. «f. Callaway. 101-4*
DINGLE COMB BKOWN LEGHORN EGGS.
Layer* and county and aUte winners.
31.60 far fifteen; *T-5» ft"- •««. Special pen
$2.50 tor flftetu. E. X. Orlmaa A Sons, Mof-
fat, T«*. 8S-30*
BOOK your order now for toinata plant*
32.M per thousand; WIO for II.Ul 100 for
40 cents. Potato slips 33.60 per thousand;
enbbage plants now ready, 12.50 per UN,
BOO Cor 31.50, all delivered. So«d are eery
acarce this year. We will have fitly aa«
in tomato and cabbage plants, ana ship
when you stiy. Write for catalogue. Mllano
Plant Co., Mllano, Tex.
McOEE TOMATO—1,100 tiushele par acr» no
longer causes surprise; plsaso write for
particular*. M. C. McGee. San Maroo*^.*.
jW/WVWW<'A*<V.*'* * *
FARMERS- Hriag a tarn Of com
Crouch's Mill for custom grtndlng, or u
you haven't the corn bring your sack anyway
and we'll furnish the corn and grind it
while you wait. Get your meal fresh at the
mill and we will sell flour with the meal if
you want It. Remember Crouch's Mlll,_ on
£<•(]$ from pure blood heavy laying White
Leghorn* 3li® for IS; » for SO: 319
for 100. Cock birds of same blood. Baby
ehlck* later. ©. B. Carroll. Temple. t7-S«x
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALK OR TRADE—Piano, In »ood
onditien. Also Bucheya Incubator. 200-
egg capacity. Ring 1(SQ. 101-Jp
New Orleans. La.. Feb. 17.— After reactin#
from prolonged advance In the 4hoorfttnff
hours today, the i^otton market here recov-
ered In the afternoon and w»»nt to a slight
net ad\ \nce ea the ^trenc**eC months. The
mnu» influences workiaff Cor lower prices
were the ivlee fixing bin introduced in con-
grv»e yesterday and private fareca»ts ef
raine for Texas. l*h^ m. rket came hack e«
trade buying and reports ef largti purchases
of spots by eastern mills.
The opening wae at the advance and the
most active uionthe were S to t point* up
on the first call, baying betug based on the
abeence of rain In Texa**. Immediately after
the call, preeeare to sell appeared and the
market sagged. TU.% atunn ai-ea juet enter-
ing the belt by way of Texas wae taken by
bearish tnriere to mean that the extreme
western belt wae altout to get much needed
rain and selling orders increased. The close
was unchanged to « points off. compared
with yesterday's final quotations.
New \ ork.
New York, Feb." 27.- Heavy reallilng was
encouraged on an advance at the opening ef
the cotton market today hut after breaking
from 81.25 to 30 88 for May. prices rallied
Mth that delivery closing at II 06. The
gvuerul list closed steady, net 1& points
higher to 7 points low er, new crop poult ions
b«ing relatively easier on prospects for rain
In the southwest
The upemug advance ef C to 1? points re-
flected the firmness of Liverpool and re-
newal of yesterday's buying movement, but
sentiment seemed to be somewhat unsettled
by reuewed talk ef government price regu-
lation aud there was a good deal of preflt
At auy rate, there was scattered local AUd
southern selling and after the close of
Uverpool. the market broke to 11.1? for
March and 30.Su for July, while October
sold eft to 29 86, or 3& to 82 points net
lower ou tho more active positions. The
volume of liquidation then subsided end the
market turned firmed durlug the after-
noon on reports of a good demand for spots
out of the local stock.
Trade Interests were buyers both on the
esrly decline and afternoon tally, ahich waa
accompanied by reports that lame orders
for cotUm duek aere pending in the do-
mestic goods markets. March led tbo rally,
selling at 81 4&, or into n«w high ground fur
the day In tho late tiadiug, while other eld |
crop months recovered to about or a shade
over last sight's closing figures.
Farm and City Loans.
Belton and Temple.
"We lend our own money and
rive you quick service.
Temple Trust Company
(tin*. M. Orjcaln,
FOR SALJ5 OR T RA DK—Good bunry *n<l
harness. Apply at 1017 South Main street.
BEST Improved farm In B«ll county, 2»0
acres, for aala or trade for small ranch.
Will consider nothing but first class stuff.
J. N. tiunit, Houts 5. T.mnle, l7-80p
St»*( c'osad at a iwt (an of 1 t» H
Total sal*, amounted t. Tli.M* sham.
Uonds iftrr IrrenulAr. s[Mculall«. rails
.howhtf hfavlnm*. Liberty Issue* also
eased. Tatnl sales, par value, agmrated
Old fnlted Stute. S» declined Vi B»r
rent en call, hut the Mieral Panama 1
rase % to 1 par cent.
Russo - Americans
Wanting to Fight
(Associated Press Dispatch.)
New York, Keb. IT. — Huarians In
New York telefrraphed President Wil-
son today asking his permission to
"hold meetings with the object of or-
ganising a Russian legion (or the de-
fense of the revolution in Russia."
Nicholas Hourwich, secretary of
the executive committer of nineteen
appointed at the First United Russia
convention held here Keb. 1, announc-
ed that efforts would be mud« to
mobilise Russian eitlsens in this coun-
try not subject to the selective draft
law "to fight the German invaders. *
Mr. Hourwich said the committee
had nothing to do with the bolsheviki
bureau of Information in this city.
Props of water, grains of sand
| Made the ocean and the land;
A quarter here, a dollar there
Will help your country win the war.
LOST—On streets of Bartlett, near Bartlett
State bank, fab. 27, $50 la currency, one
m bill and three <19 bills. Finder return
to Bartlett Tribune office and receive re-
LOST— Black coat, with brown fur around
collar and cuffs, bwtw.au Nortli Fifth
street an# tha square. Reward for return
to Mrs. O. L. Vance, 1108 South Thirty-first
C^lveston. Tel., Feb. 17.—Middling 31.10;
receipts 3,535, sales 1.299, stwch
Liverpool, Feb. •7.—tipots steady;
LOW Dllddling ........a.....
Kales 2.000 bales, including
can; receipt* none.
WORLD'S Greatest Laylnc Strain* Parks'
Barred Rocks and English White !<•«-
boms. Eb«s 12.50 per setting. L. F. Me-
Kay, breeder of egg record htns,' Temple,
Tex., Box T. 94-Mp
NOTICE—Owing to conditions over which
we have no control, w. are forced to dis-
continue our local lino to Temple. Begin-
ning March 1 we will go on a toll Imsls.
Oanavlll. Telephone Co., T. K. Buckellew.
Liverpool. Feb. 2".—Futures cloaed barely
steady. New contracts:
Old contracts, fixed prices:
May-Juno * .22.10
HIGlf ORADE Black Langshans, winners
191$ Temple and Waco. Highest honors
1»1J Waco. First, seeon* pen, third, fourth,
fifth cockerel. First, third, fourth, fifth
pullet. Best display Black Langshans
Georgetown, 1917. First, second, fourth
hens. Second, third «.ch. Best solid eol-
ared female tn show. Bk«* 13.60 setting,
from pen, Tard eggs $2 for fifteen, .r $9.00
per hundred. J. B. Kea, OeBavllto, Tex.
FOR SALE—One 110-6ger Incubator, 39.00.
Also sixty feet new %-lnch galvan sed
one half price. Phone 1095. Call «
»• "• ' *
BERMUDA ONION PLANTS—Fine stock,
500, $1.25; 1,000, $2.00, delivered. Cab-
bane plants ready about March 1, 100, 50
cents J00, $1.00: 500, $1.50; 1,000, $2.50, de-
livered. Tomato and potato plants ready
about April 15. Send for catalogue price
list Plant war garden with SMITH'S plants
and win. K. C. Smith, Plant Farm, Mllano,
FOll SALE— Lake Folk country clnb mem-
bership. Address V. C., care Telegram.
SMITH FOHM-A-TRUCK for sale at Frank
DoerinK's. In good shape. C. H. Browns,
Saiado, Tex. ""-3"
FOR SALE—Nearly new 346-Kanon gas or
oil tank, ground joint faucet with lock and
tey. Also brand new auto tent, never used.
F. W. Guffy, Belton.
FOR SALE CHEAP- One two-horse delivery
wagon tn good condition, at Horan's gro-
FOR 8 A LB—Bfy Oakland 32, five-passenger
car. Looks like new; as good as new: in
perfect condition In every respect. Will
have to see car to appreciate It. Would con-
sider some good trade. B. Kollman, Bart-
FOR SALE—Black Minorca eggs for netting.
lOo each. Phono 16S9Z. Billy Slaughter.
Temple, Tex. 8»-Mp
RAISE MORE CHICKENS AND HELP WIN
THE WAR—BGtlS from a winning and
laying strain Barred Plymouth Rocks, $2.50
for fifteen. W rlt. for prica baby chick*. Fred
Whltmire, Belton, Tex. 72-30*
EtJSlfl from good strain Barred Rocks, the
kind that lay all winter, *1.50 for fifteen.
Mrs. Jtarbach, 1212 South Eleventh. S5-15p
FOB SALE—Black Minorca eggs, $1.00 per
dozen. J. H. Miller, UK East Avenue A.
SINGLE Comb Brown Leghorn eggs for
hatching, from birds that are prise win-
ners and egg layers; $1.50 for 15; $4.00 for
50; $7-60 for 100. Neale Ranch, Lometa.
SINGLH Comb Heds and Whit. Rocks-
Heavy layer* exhibition quality. F. M.
Porter. Phono 792. 95~3®p
FOR SALE—In oil belt near Urownwood,
320-acre well Improved black Innd farm.
15# acres In cultivation. Act gnlek er loae
this bargain. Address W. E. M-. care
I GRAIN. X
Fort Worth, Tex., Fob. 37.—Cattle- Re-
e.tpts 3.000; market steady and active.
Beeves $1 $491154; stockrrs $;.$«« ll.lt;
heifers $4.50910.$!: cow. $»75g9.50. bulls
$« 00«ft.7S; calves $« 50912.51).
Hogs—Receipts 4,440: market IH to 75c
lower. Heavy $14.54 9 14'$: »«ht $14.33®
16 50, medium $II.M9 14.25; mixed $15-759
lfi 00; common $14.04 91$ $$.' Pira $<1109
Sheep— Receipt. 1,344; market steady.
Lambs $15 OOft 10 50; yearlings $13.90®14 00;
wethers $11,001^12.00; ewes $10.0«®11 00;
cull. |«.5t 97.40;_goats $6 M#7.5t.
* Kansas Clly, Mo., tVb. 27.—Ho*.—Re-
ceipts 19,000: market 50i- to #4o lower. Bulk
$16.509It 94; heavy $l«.«0wl7.2S; light
$10.25It 14.35: pigs $14 00914.:$.
Cattle—Receipts 11000; market steady.
Prime fed steers $1$ 44<pl3.T$; di-essed beef
steers $U.00tol$ 00; southern steers $7,509
11.00; cows $7.00®u.00; heifers $8 00912 00,
.tuckers $7,50913.80, calves $7.00#12.50.
Sheep—Receipt. 4,000; market l$o to 2$c
higher. laimbs $15.7$«l«.*5: yearlings
$13.10914.2$; wethers $1: 00913 25; ewes
$11.2591:50; stocker. $8tl«tf 15.85,
Chicago, lit., Feb. 37.-Hogt»—Hecotpts
JO.000: tomorrow $5,000: market weak. Bulk
$14.70® 16.95; light $U40S!17.00, mixed
311.40917.00; heavy $1$ 759H.S4; rough
$1$.:5®18.45; plg» $12 00915.«5.
Cattle—Receipts 1,400; tomorrow 15 OStl:
market steady. Nativs steer. $$.$$914.35;
stocker. and feeder. $7.«59t0 90; cows and
heifers $6.75913.00; calves $3.75914.2».
.Sheep—Receipts $,000; tomorrow 17.040:
market firm. Sheep $10,25913.30; lambs
Clikago, III,. Feb. $7— Buttsr Iowmt—
Eggs higher-Rec.lpts 2,068 cases. Firsts
40c: ordinary first. 3$9>$c; at mark, cases
Included, $39 3"o.
Potatoes-Receipt, thirty-til. ran; un-
New York, Feb. 27.—There worn no de-
velopments In ths local raw sugar market
and prices were unchanged at 4.J35 for
Culms, cost and freight, equal to 6 005 for
Business contlhues ef fair proportions and
It was said that ample tonnage has been
provided to bring sugar from Cuba during
the coming month. Today's sales Included
130.000 bags of Cuban, 40,000 Porto Mean
nnd 1.300 Venetuelnn.
The market for roflned was unchanged at
T.45 fo« fine granulated. Business was
again sf moderate proportions, although re-
finers are said to bo coveriug a larger ter-
ritory with their efforts.
New York, Feb. 27.—Oo/fee futures today
closed at a net gain of 7 to 9 points.
Th' aoarcity o' fupar wont do a thing
t' th' spring rhubarb drive. We all
know th' feller who tries $' git int*
your good graces by savin': "I heard
soinelhin' nice about you t'day, but I
can't think now what it wu$ or who
KALI'll S. SI'ANN
Temple State Bnuk Building.
M. lv. MONTKITll—Attorney-at-1 aw
Associated with A. M. Monteltli Abstract
Company, Brttan, Tex.
W. O. COX
WAHU A «il»SON
Temple state Bunk Rnlldlng
•EGGS from English White Leghorns, wifh
records of 222 to 238 esrgs. Also from
nullets of above. J, T. Ramage, Temple.
WANTED—To buy Jersey milk cow.
Kadlecek, Burlington. To*.
FOK SALE—Hhoat, weighing from 80 to 10®
pounds. Call $77, Tempi. Sanitary Dairy.
MEADOW FARM—Home of the S. C. Brown
Leghorn. Prize winners in four state fairs
1917 Line bred and bred to lay. Both dark
and light matinga. Special pens and free
range flocks, Prtcea of eggs from special
•ens $2 00 to $3.00; from free range flock
% lit ben* $151 for 15; $4.00 for 50. or
17 50 for 100. Ask for mating list. O. W.
Clark. Temple, Tex. 100-34p
moving axd hauling
MOVING and long dlitane# hauling. Heavy
motor truck service. Phono 7». J>.
< < wwoisssi whwmwwwwwiw
FUR TRADE—A Chalmers car, goo4 aa aew
Cor unincumbered Temple real eatats. Ad
dres. box Tempi.. " U
WILMORB STOCK FARM — Registered
Hereford cattla. Angora goats, lor sals.
W. J. Moor. * Sons, 800 Saba, Tea.
$20,004.10—A-t stock dry goods. Want to
sell or trade same for farm land. Sidney
Wester, Boa $55. Hlllsboro, Tex. ltl-7*
UNCLE 8AM WILL GrVS AWAT TWO
HUNDRBD AND FIFTY MILLION ACRES
Or LAND—Mor. Beef. Pork, Mutton and
Poultry to feed tb. world 1. now tit. ery
So urgent Is th. seed far moot animal, that
Unci. 8am 1. preparing to glv. away »♦-
eral hundred thousand tract, of public lands,
suitable foi Mock raising purposes, tn tracts
of 440 acres «ach. Whll. th. land subject
ta entry under tbo law recent ly passed by
congress ts classified as "traslng land,"
doubtless mack of each of the 441 acre tracts
wlU b. found suitable for many other pur-
pose* The., land, are located tn twenty-
fiv. different states ranging from 95$ acres
In Missouri, to 6M7S.07J In Nevada. Tl»o
state, having more than 100,000 acres of
lands, subject to entry, are: Arizona, 33.-
5S7.319 acre.; Arkansas, 402.21 #; California,
20.035,9»9; Colorado, 14.803,127; Florida,
135,217; Idaho, 15,510,661; Minnesota, 7$S,-
304; Montana, 16,049,725; Nebraska, 146.258;
Nevada, 66,373,077; New Mexico, 24,338,379;
North Dakota. 381,199; Oklahoma, 53,260;
Oregon. 15,337.809; South Dakota, 2,3*3,588,
Utah, 32,968,837; Washington. 1,132,571;
Wyoming, 38,538,493. Several hundred thous-
and American citlscn. will bo permitted to
"Homestead" this land, practically free,
within the next few months. How to secure
thl. land is explained tn a book compiled
by a staff of competent attorney., and Just
being Issued by the Telegram Publishing Co-
ot Temple, Tex. Th. book describes In de-
tail, each step to bo taken, how an', with
whom to fll. your application, and how to
proceed, rtep by step, until the Inn', Is yodrs.
While the book Is of more than a hundrsd
pages, and contains, among ether things, a
complete text of th. Uw recently passed
providing far the «40-acre Homestead Entry,
a. well as all other information needed hy
persons desiring to apply for this land, tt is
.0 completely classified and Indexed that
any particular point of information may be
readily found by anyone. While the land
I. not yet classified and surveyed ready for
entry, th. law provide, that applications
may b. filed now, and held at the govern-
ment Innd offices until tb* land Is ready for
entry, when they wUl ba passed on In th*
order ot their filing. Therefor. If you would
be one of th. several hundred thousand for*
tunat. person, to secur. thl. public land,
you Miould apply aarly. Get the only book
publlMud which tell, you bow to proceed.
Sent postpaid on receipt of $1.04. Telegram
Publishing Co., Temple. Tex. tfi
Chicago, HI., Feb. 27.- Hardening of grain
values today accompanied a cessation of
peace gossip. Corn closed steady ut a net
advance of a shade, with March $1.27%
and May $1.24ft«t 1.27, Oats gained
Provision, fluished 20c ta 27c down.
Subsidence of talk about a possibility of
th. Von Hertling address affording some
prospect of an early end of hostilities put
the bears at a disadvantage In the corn
market throughout the day. In the late
dealings, however, the fact that the weather
was excellent for a heavy movement of
corn from rural sources to primary centers
acted as a weight on prices. Likelihood
of a falling off in receipts tended to stimu-
late demand for oats. - It was said pro-
ducer. and rnlironda were both given pref- j
erenre to th. handling of com.
Sharp breaks in the price of hog. wealc*
ened provisions, much selling was also cann-
ed by the report that the government al-
lotment of March contracts bad been of less
volume "than expected.
Nam I). Ware 4'lem C. ( ouuteM
W VKK * COliNTKSS
Harris k Saaatfris MMtaf, Bell on, Tex.
JOHN A. WAfiNKR, Lawyer
Imruat Law a Specialty
Associated with Htraag* taauraar. Ageacy.
IHt. TOM BATTR
Diseases .( Women and Children
Telegram want ad* bring results.
FOR SALE—Little Met* roadster, $125,00.
See Dad Bryant at Temtex Auto Co.
FOR SALE—Five-passenger Fwd, cheap.
Wffl change ta freight body. Dan Greer.
Phono 1406. SJ-3P
FOB IAU4—Ob* used flv«-passenger Dodge
car; three 1m4 five-passenger Ford cars.
X. K. Lm * Co. »*-*»
... 2H 05
At the Temple Mattres Factory
want* to renovate your old
mattresa and aim sell new
Chicago. 111., Feb. 3L—Corn—No. J I«l-
Rye—No. 2 nominal; Sq. i $2.4flQ2,48.
^ FINANCIAL. t
Stacks aad Bonds.
New York, Feb. 27.- Aided by several in-
creased dividend, and stimulated by pools
aud related professional Interests, today's
stuck market augmented recent advance. In
a number of special Issues.
Additional factors of favorabl* Import
included the Improved state ot the Iron and
steel Industry, as indicated by th. marked
Increase ot capacity reported by th. United
States Steel corporation and advlca. from
Mexico, which gave lmpotu. to th* ell di-
vision. Trans-ContlneaUls and coaler* were
the foremost feature, of the railway divis-
ion at gains of I tt» 2 points, minor Issue,
such a. Missouri Paclfl* preferred. Wabash
A Erie also responding to a moderate in-
quiry, Utilities were more active than «sual.
Interest centering on People'. Oaa, Consoli-
dated (Jo. and American Telephone. Motor,
and tobacco* we«® heavy at all times, th.
latter yielding 2 to $ pointa In connection
with other proposed Issues.
United States Steel .harp reactien with
coppers brought some Irregularity 111 the
last hour, leader* forfeiting 1 to $ points.
You can got the Flour
and the Meal or Grits in
A pound of tflour for each
pound of substitute and at
the mill you can add Rye
and Barley Flour as sub-
stitutes, getting equal
quantity of wheat flour.
At the mill you get
fresh Ground Flour and
Meal and it is all from
A. M. CLIFFORD
Only Hceneed ami gradual* Velerlnsrloil In
Temple. PIMM* at residence and II abb.'*table.
L. 4. 1>P.HKH'K
Oftic* at City Hall. Ileaideac* phone. Uf
WRKINT irNDKRTAKINO CM.
tmlertnkers aad Kashalmen
I'ubllo Ambulance. Lady attendant.
$>. b. rfcvi.it
Fianoa nnd flayer Flanaa •eftrutlftatfly tuned
| RAILWAY TIMETABLE J
CrLF, OOMRAOO A BASTA PTC.
f:U p. tn.
....... I a. m.
S tS a. rru
.......12:55 p. m.
1 :•& a. m.
1:50 a. m.
.......12 10 p. m.
12.46 a. m.
3 15 p. in.
l it a. m.
8:45 a. m.
110 p. nt.
1 It a. m.
2 15 a. m.
4 05 a. m.
—The First of the Month
Is Nearly Here-—
The question now Is
"Who are you going to
trade with in March?"
,We hope you will decide
to buy from us, as we
have the largest stock,
and the cheapest groceries
In Temple. Our delivery
service is unsurpassed by
auy other house.
Phone us your wants,
and we'll do the rest.
3 SO p. m.
mSNOl BI, KANSAS A TEXAS,
Kffei live Fob. S. 12 01 a. hi.
2ft Kan*n» City via Fort Worth.. 2 29 a. hi
•i St. Loui* via. Dallas 2.40a.m.
3 Texas Special 12.30 p. ni.
i 10 Ht. L<>yl» Iiallae 2:55 p.m.
, 30 Kuiirmh City via tfurt Worth .. 3 *10 a. ni.
4 laical to Waco 6:30 p. m.
25 Austin and 8un Antonio 1 00 a. m.
5 Houston aud Ualveaton I 10 a.m.
S.IitMml. AuHtlu and Ban Antonio 3:15 a.m.
H To Houston 1 45 p. m.
Auatiu nnd 8i'U Antonio 2:05 p.m.
1 Texua Special 5:25 p.m.
tie I toil H HUB ell.
52 From Helton T 35 a. m.
53 To Helton » 30 a. m.
C4 hVom Helton 1:05 p.m.
55 To Belton 2 25 p. m.
We have a good stock of
Red Top and Amber Cane
Seed, Kaffir, Maize and
Alabama White Seed
Get our prices before
Childress Grain &
Not tee *» Meltou blanch
train* do not run
i'or IfpriM iiUilivi".
JOHN A. WAGNKil.
67th Flotorial District, Hell
r. W. CIJI.P.
South Main, 0|i|io^ltc Sunset Mill
Payn top prices for Hags, Iron.
Bra««, Copper, ltnliber, Hottles
Phone No. 648 or wire us.
Heavy Hauling, House-
hold goods moving, Piano
Hauling. Phono 612.
I'or Dlstrh-t < lorU.
E. E. (Oene) CHSHAW (re-election.)
L. H. C'AHbL.
For County Judge.
MA1XOKY f! LAI It 'rc-i-lcc1
TJIEINBAD FAMILY by Cowan.
rwt> NCJU ««t>
GET awe TMVN€rb
TW6 -iAAVO^ \XWM "TO
TWft N.WA THE
The sailors had their eyes on Sally
1 -JHOUUb "SiM
T\tKU£D -NlTW TVkE
For Ta* Collector.
JAKE D. NELSON (re-election).
GEO. W. COLE JR.
For County Clerk.
EARL R. DON NELL.
JOHN W. SURG11NOR.
EDGAR I. HALL.
For County Surveyor.
3. D. HAN.N'A. (re-election.j
For Tax A«we*sor.
ERNEST WAITERS, (re-election.)
W. A. GILMER.
Bring Us Your Junk
AE'l get our money. Spot cash
paid for wood barrels, metala,
bones, bottles, sacks, rubber,
beeswax, scrap Iron and old
Temple Junk Co.
115 South First Street.
We have a few Mebane Cot-
ton Seed left and for Iho next
ten days wo are goincr to bell
them at <2.10 per bushel, as
lontf as they la«t. First come,
C. W. Barrett
Market and Grocery
I havt naoved my meat market to my
Ifrocary «tor«, and tha two will con-
ducted jointly hereafter.
719 South Eighth. Phone 787.
Second hand Men's Clothes and
Shoes. Highest cash prico paid.
We are In the market at all
CITY SHOE SHOP.
First and Ave. B. Phone 3(12
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 101, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1918, newspaper, February 28, 1918; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth469747/m1/9/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.