Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 148, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 16, 1918 Page: 3 of 10
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, TUESiM* MORNING, APRIL 16,1918.
PEOPLE OF BELL COUNTY
DON'T LET THE OPPORTUNITY SLIP THIS WEEK TO VISIT OUR
BIG THRIFT SALE
That Beautiful Dress Goods; those Fine Red Cross Slippers and Pumps; Our Ent ire Men's Furnishing Line; in Fact Every
thing in Our Big Spring Dry Goods Stock at Real Bargain, Money-Saving Prices.
Practice Thrift By Making Your Spring Purchases Here. SALE ENDS NEXT SATURDAY. COME TODAY.
Good Rain Arrives
In Time in the West
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Brownwood, Tex., Apiil 15.—Tht»
rain which fell here Saturday came
at Just the right time, according
to many farmers who were seen
today. The rain a week ago was
sufficient seasoning for the planting
of cottrn and similar crops, and
Saturday's heavy rain will make
these crops grow very rapidly.
Due to the total failure of the
small grain crops in this county,
the acreage of cotton planted this
year will be much greater than ever
before in*the history of the county.
The tiormil production of cotton In
Brown county is 6,500 bales, but if
the crop produces this year as it
should at least double that amount
will be garnered.
2 Rains in One Day
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Cameron, Tex., April 15.—The
second rain within twenty-four hours
visited Milam county this morning.
The precipitation being one-half
inch and the former one being two
Inches, a total of two and one-halt
inches. It is reported that Little
River is on the biggest rise since
the floods of 1913 and that in the
low places it is out of banks and
it is feared that it will do much
damage to the low lands. The rain
has done much good over the coun-
ty and tho farmers and business
men alike are rejoicing over same.
Save the Coupons—Get a Flag.
Look Years Younger! Vse Grand-
mother's IfcxHpe of Sage Tea and
Sulphur and Nobody Will Know.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re-
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
resux Ing faded, gray hair to its nat-
ural color dates back to grandmoth-
er's time. She used it to keep her
liuir I eautlfully dark, glossy and at.
tr.-Kti' a. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear-
a:i'>. this simple mixture was ap-
jdl'-tl vuh wonderful effect.
Xv'.i*: browing at home Is mussy and
Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a bottle of
• Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com-
POur.il." you will get this famous old
pujl rrrv'uon, improved by the addition
of other ingredients which can-be de-
pend':? upun to restore natural color
Kiirt beauty to the hair.
A veil-known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
ait'c1 overtly that nobody can tell it has
bce^i r.i«j'lted. You simply dampen a
or sett. brush with it and draw
t'iia th ; .i.l. your hair, taking one
li-aivl ai J iiioe. By morning the gray
hi 1 and after another ap-
y>;.csUet- or two, it becon es beauti-
ful:* ilnrV: ,'it-d glossy.
Wyelh'-i Sage and Sulphur Com-
r,r,r.nd u delightful toilet requisite
iiioM who desire a more youthful
en.MRCt. It is not Intended for
tht cuif, mitigation or prevention of
Given at Lampasas
(TJ'nple Telegram Special.)
1-ampasas, Tex., April 15.—At a
big Liberty Bond celebration here
today several' distinguished out of
town speakers addressed the crowds
and during the day a large amount
of money was invested in Liberty
Bonds, Lampasas is determined to
go over the top in the present cam-
paign and local workers will spare
no pains to put the campaign
Among the speakers on the pro-
gram were: Judge Spann of Bell
County, Hon. Joe A. Adklns of
Brady and Lieut, Olds of the (T. S.
army who came from San Antonio.
Class At Holland
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Holland, Tex., April 15.—Miss
Billie Wilkerson of Temple has com-
pleted her course of instruction In
Bed Cross surgical dressing work
and reports that those taklnjr part
made excellent grades. Following is
a list of those who took part in the
Mesdames J. K. Cavltt, Susie Wal-
lace, Henry Mayfield, Kd Nunnelee,
Will Barton, Gene Stubblefield, Newt
Harman, Sam Barton Jr., Major
Jones, Alice Wilson, Albert McKay;
Miss Gladys Cavltt, Addle Barton,
Gladys Crow, Abble May, Grace
Kaln nt San Angelo.
(Associated Press Illopatrh.)
San Angelo, Tex., April 15.—The
second rain within the past three
days fell In this section of drouthy
west Texas last night. From one-
half to two inches of rain soaked
the cattle ranges at Sonora, Ossona,
Kldorado, Fort McKavett, Eden,
Brady, Mason and Menard.
Dog Owners Must
(Temple Telegram Special )
Cameron, Tex., April 15.-—City
Marshal J. E. Holtzclaw of Cameron
has issued a proclamation In the
form of a large circular and has
had same printed In the local news-
papers whereby he Issues warning
to all dog owners that dogs will
be shot on sight unless they are
muzzled while on the street. He has
a city ordinance backing him re-
garding the running of dogs loose
over the city and he declares that
unless they are chained in the back
yards they will be shot. As an
evidence that Marshal Holtzclaw
means what he says he shot a total
of nine dogs on the streets in one-
half day, the list included some
dogs their owners valued pretty
high but he is a man who shows
no favors of persons and says that
all the "beastly curs" look alike to
him. The bird dog. the bull dog,
the common dog and all the sam<\
He further says that the dogs that
he will rid the community of will
save lots of feed for our soldiers.
High School Hank* Well.
Brownwood, Tex.. April 15.—The
Brownwood high school now ranks
with the largest institutions of the
state, having been given additional
credits which make a total of
twenty-seven units of credit with the
state department of education.
Additional credits have recently
been granted in German, Spanish
and domestic eeieoce.
Stolen Auto Left
In Front of House
(Temple Telegram Special.)
San Angelo, Tex., April 15.—An
stolen automobile, from in front of
tho home of Bob Ayres, well known
local salesman,. Friday night was
abandoned by the thieves when the
supply of gasoline gave out. The
machine was taken following a
shower of rain and was trailed for
a considerable distance. Officers
in every town within a radius of
fifty miles had been notified of the
theft before the car was found ten
miles from the city.
Dies in Arizona.
San Angelo, Tex., April 15.—
George Edwards, aged 56, who for
more than twelve years resided on
a ranch on the Concho river near
San Angelo, died Friday at Yuma,
Ariz., according to information re-
ceived here by friends. The body
arrived here Sunday afternoon and
interment was made at Miles Mon-
day. The widow, two daughters and
five sons survive.
Mullin Men Leave
On April the 26th
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Mullin, Tex., April 15,-^MIIIs
county is to furnish eight men for
the next call who will entrain on
April 26. They are: Wm. F. Hill,
Ed F. Warren, Geo. L. Walton, Max-
ie Wilson, Bel C. NeSmith, Rudolph
J. Schuster. Herman T). Beever,
Marlon H. Kirbv.
Moving to Corpus Christ!.
Mnllin, Tex., April 15.-—Hcnrv
Cobb, who for the past year has
been manager of a wholesale gro-
cery house at Midland, is here visit-
ing home folks before leaving for
Corpus Chrlstl, where he will be
employed by the same company.
Mullin Minister Very III.
Mullin, Tex., April 15.—Itev. G.
W. Templin of Mullin, who has
been in a sanitarium at San An-
tonio for several weeks under treat-
ment for palagra, is • In a critical
condition and is not expected to
survive many days.
Five Inches of Italn.
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Mullin, Tex., April 15.—Mills
county and all this section have
received the best rains Saturday
and last night, that the country
ha* had In over two yearg. There
were three inches of rain fell Sat-
urday afternoon and again last night
fully two inches more came. All
streams are now full, and stock
water that has became a scarcity,
is now plentiful. The rain over this
section is general.
lieatli at Brownwood.
Brownwood. Tex., April 15.—Mrs.
W. S. Chew. 28 years old, wife of
an oil man who came here last
November, was buried Sunday after-
noon. She is survived by her hus-
band and a six weeks old baby.
No Advance in Price.
Head or cheat—are be»t
Hwy ■ Lmi*fcody-Owrd mfcr Horn*
HEIDI) j HS
OF Rll III
WI'ATHKH OBSFIIVKK IN TEMPLE
REPORTS VNUSt .Ui PRECIP-
ITATION—< Vl'H E R POI NTS.
Three-quarters of an inch of raiu
fell In Temple early yesterday morn-
ing, according to W. Goodrich Jones,
volunteer weather observer. Figures
compiled by Mr. Jones show that
there have been 4.4 Inches of rainfall
to date for the month of April, this
being distributed as follows: April 5,
1.17; April 13, 2.48; April 15, .75.
1). 1C. Killough reported .9 of an
Inch at the experiment rftation for
yesterday morning. Good rains were
reported from Eddy, Bartlett, Oena-
ville, Little Itiver, Belfalls, Belton,
Salado and Sparta. Troy and Lo-
rena reported about two inches of
moisture each, and Holland from one
and one-half to two inches.
near Salado. Immediately after the
ceremony the couple left for their
home, near Salado.
TELEdltAM'S BKI.ION llt'KKACfl.
Tho Telecom la uialniatnln. a Circu-
lation «nd a News ana AtiverflHlng Bu-
reau la Belton for tho nnnvenlenco arid
service or patmna there, iiussell Oug-
gan la In tiharge ur (lie Circulation Bu-
reau arid hi* office la at the W. b.
Huntet & Cti. Drug Store. Ho will attend
to all subscription matter*. T. E. 8an-
-dcrfnid is In ehargo tit tho News and
Advertising Bureau and all matters com-
ing undet elthet of these divisions will
be courteously looked after by him. His
Vflre Is found In Room 6, Denny Bank
building, phono No. 847.
OM.Y 21 BOYS Oi l ICIAl.l.V RE-
PORTED AS HAVING EN-
ROLLED TO DATE
Helton, April 15.— County Director
P. L. Stone of the United States
board of boys' working reserves has
received a letter from the state
director, Homer I. llolslngton of
Dallas urging" that this county make
its complete report at once of the
number of boys enrolled in the
working reserve. County Director
Stone stated that thus far there had
only been twenty-four names of
boys reported to the state director.
This is a very small number arid
the cause of its smallncss is at-
tributed to the fact of the failure
of the, rolling officers to report
the names of the boys who have
Joined to Mr. Stone. He urges that
every enrolling officer in the county
to report to him at once fhe names
of all boys enrolled as It is im-
perative that State Director Holsing-
lon receive the names immediate-
>1 c< 'utcheti-Tanner.
Belton. April 15.—Yesterday after-
noon at 5 o'clock at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bay Wore ham in this
city Itev. J. B. Nutt united in mar-
riage Miss Ethel Tanner of Wilson
Valley and Arthur McCutchen of
Salado. The bride is the sister of
Mrs. Worsham and is a popular
young lady with a pleasing person-
ality of her community. The groom
Is a prominent young farmej ol
Belton Boys Make Good Record.
Belton, April 15.—Walton Cochran
and Fred Guffy the Belton high
school debators who recently won
out In the district meet held at
Georgetown were against some ex-
cellent debators from eight differ-
ent counties. Their opponents were
from Burnett, Milam, Williamson.
Llano, Travis, l,ee and Bastrop
counties. By winning this debate
they will go to represent Uils dis-
trict in the state meet which will
be held at Austin, May 4.
The boys spoke on the negative
side of the question, resolved "That
the Girls Should be Allowed tr» De-
bate With Boys in Interscholastlc
Contests." Sides were chosen by
lot, and the negative side fell to
them. They previously won the de-
bate on tho affirmative side.
Belton, April 15.—-J, C, and O. C.
Cowan wore called here recently
on account of the serious Illness of
their mother, Mrs. J. F. Cowan have
returned to their home. Their
mother is still In a critical condi-
J. C. Klllltigsworlh of Prairie
Dell was a business viator in Helton
I. J. Jennings has returned from
; a business trip to Waco.
Miss Eva Prendergast of Waco Is
here visiting in the home of District
Clerk E. E, Upshaw and family.
Tom Countess who Is stationed at
Galveston with the army was her#
today visiting his brother, Attorney
C. C. CounteBS.
Ilarey Young and Keys Mitchell
will leave In the morning for Dallas
where they will see about joining
Mrs. George Vinson and HtMa
granddaughter, Elolse I'uddy have
gone to Fort Worth to visit with
relatives. They will also visit In
Oklahoma before they return home.
Mrs. J. M. Dougherty who for
some time has been in San AntonU
is here visiting her children.
A London tailor, awed by lh<
dangers accompanying enemy alt
raids, built himself a dugout in th<
basement of his store with bales ot
cloth. A war office official inspected
It and declared it absolutely bomb
Wounded Civil War "Veteran
Strongly Endorses Nujol
After suffering many years from chronic constipation, W. H.
Collingwood found Nujol so effective that he was able to
greatly reduce the dose a week after starting die treatment.
Read his letter:—
NUJOL LABOR ATORI ES
STANDARD OIL CO. (New J„«y),
BAYONNE, N. J.
Am 7i years of age, and for many years luve
been ifflicted with constipation, which has been aggravated
by neuritis caused by a severe wound received during the
Civil War, in which I served three years. Have used Nujol
for some time past with most satisfactory results. Am now
practically free from constipation. After using Nujgl for
about one week was able to reduce dose one-half.
Would add : was troubled with heart-burn almost
daily, but Nujol has entirely relieved me.
It is with pleasure I write you as above.
Collingwood Poultry Farm ^"^'yyours
Hammonton, N. J., Dec. 22, 19.6. W' G>II,n^W"A
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 148, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 16, 1918, newspaper, April 16, 1918; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth469794/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.