Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 364, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 18, 1919 Page: 3 of 10
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE. TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18,1919.
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GRIND JURY HIT
DISTRICT ATTORNEY ASKS FOR
INVESTIGATION" OF KILLING
OF HISS DAVIS.
Helton. Ncy.. 17.—District Attor-
ney Lewla H. Jones filed a motion
today with the district clerk re-
questing the district Jud*e to recon-
vene the grand jury for the purpose
of Investigating the cause of the ac-
cident which occurred In the outskirts
of Helton last Friday evening when
Mlns Geraldlne Davis was run over
by a truck and received injuries from
which sht« later died.
In talking with the district Judge
with reference to the motion being
filed he stated that he would take
the matter up and act upon it in the;
morning. Mr. Jones stated that If'
on a thorough investigation any crim-
inal negligence was shown which
caused the aooMent be would use all
his energies to see that the guilty
party or parties were punished.
Belton, Nov. 17.—W. M. Lawler
and Mlas Love Tanner both of this
city, were united In marriage this
afternoon at 4: SO o'clock at the homo
of the bride's parents in northeast
Belton, the Justice of the peice of
this city officiating. The wedding
was performed In the presence of a
few Intimate friends and relatives j
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
aqd Mrs. J. C. Tanner. The family'
have been living in this city for ubout,
a year and having come to Belton
from Copperas Cove where they lived
for a number of years. The groom is
a Belton reared boy and is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lawler of this-
city, Both are popular young peo-
ple among their friends.
The young couple will make this
city their home, Mr. Lawler being
connected with the Lawler Cedar
Belton, Nov. 17.—Wilbur Gay of
Dallas Is a visitor for a few days
with relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Nlgro had as their
guests today Mr. and Mrs. Sim Hass-
ler and little son of Waco.
Mrs. Anna Duggan who has been
visiting with relative! at Hot Springs,
Ark., and north Texas towns hoa-re-
turned to her home here,
Mr, Robinson, of Bartlett a broth-
er of Hosea Robinson, visited with
relatives hero today.
Chas. W. Pyle was a visitor in
Mrs. H. R. DeLay of Marietta, Ga.,
Und Mrs. T. H. DeLay of Tyler, Tex.,
are visiting In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Wllbanks and family.
MID TO HI
TEMPLE AERO CLUB RESPONDS
TO REQUEST/—CHANCE FOR
RIDE TO HOLLAND.
When the body begins to ctifiea
end movement become* painful it
ia usually an indication that the
kidneys are out of order. Keep
•he«e organs healthy by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and utic acid troubles,
famous sine* 169& Take regularly and
keep in good health. In three sizes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as represented.
Leak for the au>« GeM M«UI mm erst* box
Belton, Nov. 17.—V. P. Yar-
brough is making preparations to
move to Abilene, where he expects to
go into the milling business. Mr.
Yarbrough states that he will erect
a new modern mill and will be In the
mill and grain business on a slmllar
scale to that which he waa in this
city before his plant burned here last
Mr. Yarbrough is selling his fine
home on North Pearl street, also a
cottage in this city and a ninety acre
farm near here. He stated that he
does not expect to move him family
to Abilene before the Christmas holi-
days. Mr. Yarbrough is the presi-
dent of th* Young Men's Chamber of
Commerce In this city and has alwayn
been very active in the upbuilding of
the town and country.
JT. 0. Taylor Funeral.
Belton, Nov. 17.—The remains o?
J. C. Taylor, who died Saturday nigl->,
are expected to reach this city In the
morning on the Santa Fe and will be
taken to the home of his niece, Mrs.
Coleman Eads, where the body will
rest until removed to the North Bel-
ton cemetery, where interment will
be made. The funeral services will
be conducted at 3 o'clock in the aft-
ernoon at the Eads home. These
services will be conducted by Rev.
P. E. Riley, pastor of the First Metho-
dist church here.
The pallbearers will be W. IC.
Saunders, W. P. Denman, Thos. Yar-
rell Sr., Georgo Caskey, Geo. W, Cole
and Judge John B. Durrett Confed-
erate veterans will be honorary pall-
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation and a constipat-
ed habit fills tho system with impur-
ities. HERBINE is a tfteat bowel
regulator. It purifies the system,
vitalizes the blood and puts tho diges-
tive organs in fine vigorous condition.
Sold by Robinson Bros.
Watch our windows tonight and our
ad tomorrow for tho most profitable
piece of advertising you'have seen
and read iu mouths and months and
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NEVER breaks faith, Sloan's Lini-
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without tubbini and eases the
external pain and ache, rheumatic
twinged, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
lame, sore, strained muscles, bruises,
For 38 years it has gone ahead win-
ning new friends, holding old ones,
strengthening its reputation as the
World's Liniment. Clean, effective in
relieving the aches and pains of men
and women, this old family standby
can be relied upon to do its work
promptly and surely. Don't be without
a bottle another day — keep it handy.
WA11 Druggists—35c., 70c., (1.40.
PROMINENT BELTON MAN IN
MILLING BUSINESS IN WEST
At the request of a number of en-
terprising citizens of Holland the
Temple Aero club's big airship will
spend the day in that progressive
A number of people of Holland
have stated that they desire to expe-
rience the new thriller of flying, so
in addition to giving the people an
interesting exhibition, a number of
passenger carrying flights will bo
made during the late morning and
Pilot Lindsey Russell states that
the big Curtis plane is working finer
than any machine he has ever flown
(and he has flown practically every
type of aircraft made, Including the
great Liberty plane during the past
two years) and that passenger* can
be assured of not only a safe but
a very delightful ride.
Mrs. 8am Rancier, wife of the Kll-
leen bank president, who flew from
Killeen to Temple in this plane, Sun-
day evening, a distance of more than
thirty miles in IS minutes, stated
that over the entire course the plane
ran so smoothly that, although they
were going practically two miies a
minute, one could hardly tell that
the ship was moving, cxcept by
watching the earth slip beneath the
There Is an opportunity for some-
one to make the trip from Temple to
Holland with Pilot Russell tomorrow
morning, and back in the afternoon.
The dlstsnce ia 20 miles each way,
and it shouid prove an interesting
trip. Anyone desiring to make this
trip should see or phone Lindsey
Watcli onr windows tonight and our
ad tomorrow for the must profitable
piece of advertising you iutve seen
and reed hi months and months and
months. J Alt HELL'S.
preached at the Churctf of Christ at
11 o'clock Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manning left
for Fort Worth 'yesterday to make
their future home.
Lamon Butts and family have
moved to town and have rooms with
Mr. ankd Mrs. O. D. Casey to put
their children ia school.
Watch onr windows tonight and onr
ad tomorrow for the most profitnbh
pinee of advertising you have seen
and read in mouths and months and
Opens at Houston
Houston, Tex., Nov.' 17.—Tho twen-
ty-third annual poultry exhibition by
tho South Texas Poultry and Pet
Stock association opened here today,
and will continue through Saturday.
The annual meeting of the Texas
Stats Orpington club, of which
George Ellis, Jr., of Houiton, Is pres-
ident and Mrs, T. C. Bright, of Waoo,
secretary, Is being held in connection
with the poultry 'how.
Watch onr windows tonight and onr
ad tomorrow for the most profit* bie
piece of advertising yon liave aeon
and read in months and months and
To eliminate tho glare from street
lights an English engineer proposes
to illuminate cities by the reflection
of lights. thrown on the fronts of
WHY STAY PAT?
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Tha anaw»r of most rat people Is that It
ts too hard, too troublesome «nd too danger-
our to force the wetsht down. However, til
Msrmuls Prescription Tablets, all th*«s atf-
ricultles are overcome. They are absolutely
harmless, entail no dieting or eienlse, unit
have tht added advsntata of oheapoesa A
large ess* Is sold t>» drusslete at $1. Or It
preferable, they can bo obtained ny eendln*
price direct to the Marmots Co.. lot Wood-
ward Ave., Detroit, Mlcb. Now that you
know this you have no exouse for belug too
fat, but can reduce two, three or four pounds
a weelr without fear of bad after-effects.
(Temple I .Ionium special.)
Bartlett, Tex., Nov. 17.—C. W.
Irvln, who has been pastor of the
Methodist churctr in this city the
past three years, has been transfer- j
red to Grapevine, and will leave this i
, city Friday to take up his duties at:
that place. Rev. J. A. Slceloff will
take the place of Rev. Irvln.
Bartlett, Tex.,' Nov. 17.—Edwin j
Hohle and Miss Edna Llndeman were
united in marriage Sunday afternoon i
at the home of the bride's parents,.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Llndeman. Mr. !
Hohle is a prominent farmer living |
east ot this city. Immediately after
the ceremony the bride and groom
left for a trip to Galveston and other
Holland, Tex., Nov. 17.—Dr. C. W.
Goddard, of Austin, was visiting here
Dr. W. L Crosthwaite, of Waco,
had professional business here yes-
H. T. Weaver and daughter, Miss j
Opal, ent to Temple yesterday to be
the guests sf Mrs. Andrew SewelL
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shoemaker,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Davidson, and
Mr. and Mrs. Baretield spent the day
yesterday In Belton.
Miss Zemma Suglinor, of Temple,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
|» Miss Stina Shannon, of Temple,
visited homefolks yesterday.
Mrs. Jasper Stafford, visited in
Bartlett yesterday. She was accom-
panied by Miss Leila Goodnight and
Bill Reed. •
Mr. and Mrs. McAllister, of Tem-
ple visited relatives here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Underwood had
as their guests yesterday, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Barton and little daughter
Isla Gene, of Waco, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. I'arlsh and Miss Adell Under-
wood of Houston.
M ss Helen Mewhlnney had as her
guest yesterday, Mrs. John Roupe,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Aldrldge of
Temple, wore the guests of Mrs.
Annie Bradley yesterday.
cleared my skin
" Do you remember, Marie, how
bad my skin looked a short time
ago ? I was so miserable about it,
1 never really enjoyed myself. I
wouldn't have believed what an
improvement Resinol Soap could
make. It is wonderful how it gets
right into the pores and cleanse*
them from little particles of dust,
etc. It makes my skin feel so
refreshed, too, because it has
such a wholesome odor, and is so
soothing. I wish everybody would
At all druggists' and Unlet goods couHters.
Watcli our windows tonight iwid onr
ml tomorrow for the most profitable 1
piece of advertising- yon luive seen
and read 111 months and months and
Florence News Notes,
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Florence, Tex., Nov. 17.—The sun- j
shine of the past several days means j
that the farmers are gathering much j
cotton. Gins are kept busy until late |
In the night.
Dr. O. B Atkinson broke one of j
his ribs recently in attempting to open j
a gate while on horseback. He has j
been forced to make his professional
visits oil horseback since ilie roads j
have been so bad.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Skaggs visited ;
in Georgetown Thursday.
Easley Rutledge and Hallle I^tyne ,
wore doingi business in Temple tho j
first o* the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Kramer. Mrs. I
L. L. Thomson, Mrs. Manly Taylor,
and Mr. Cole, formerly of the Farm-
er's State bank celebrated the Elev-
enth by spending the day on the
Lampasas river- gathering pecans.
The teachers and students of the
Florence high school put on a box
supper Saturday night for the bene-
fit of the Laboratory fund. The box-
es were donated by the teachers and
students, and tho receipts amounted
to about $219.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hempel, of
Bartlett arrived In Florence yester-
day to make their future home. Mr.
Hempel Is contemplating entering
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Atkinson
made a business trip to Temple the
latter part of the week.
Claude McBride, of the Farmer's
State bank and Manly Taylor, of Bal-
lard, Ray, and company, made a
business trip to Briggs and Lampasas
Miss Velma Taylor, who is teach-
ing in the Florence high school spent
the week end with homefolks <n
Elder John. J- Reagan, of Dallas,
$150 Prize Money
on Y orkshir e Hogs
The Telegram Publishing company has promised the Bell county
Yorkshire Association $150 prize money to go the person making the
best showing with Yorkshires this coming year—the money to be
presented to the winners for Christmas next year.
The award will be made on the following basis:
Size of litter, Condition of Pigs,
Economy in Feeding
First prize will be .$75
Second prize ; $.r>0
Third prize $25
It is possible that these prizes may be increased but the amounts
mentioned above are positively promised to those who order York-
shires through the association. ' ,*Va •
FOR LARGE LITTERS
For size of litters, the Yorkshire is the premier hog in the world
—and the meat is the best hog meat that has ever been cured into ba-
con and hams. Litters are very often from 15 to 17 in number of pigs
and one Yorkshire sow had 2f pigs according to the records.
All the mature Yorkshires already brought to Bell county by the
association have been sold—except one mature sow and she is spoken
for. The herd boar is in Temple and remains the property of the asso-
50 Sow Pigs at Cost
Are to be Distributed
The Association is now ordering 50 pigs for distribution in Bell
county. These will cost, delivered in Temple, between $40 and $50.—
All will be registered. Many of these pigs are already spoken for.
Those who want to get in on the prize money should hurry and order
their pigs with the first carload that comes to Bell county.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
The City National Bank of Temple, Texas, will finance the pur-
chase of your pig in case you wish to borrow the money with which
to buy. The pigs delivered will cost about from $40 to $50, according
to the number of pigs that are shipped at one time. The pigs will ar-
rive about Christmas. They will be bred free of charge.
Fill out the coupon in the corner and mail it to us at once.
Charles W. Ingram,
Temple Daily Telegram, /
riease place my order for of (he
registered Large Yorkshire pigs, to be delivered about Christ-
mas. I understand the Bell County Yorkshire Association, of
which I become a member, is to provide free boar servico for
POST OFFICE .....
Answer the Following.
Do you want to borrow the money with which to buy those
pigs? ► How far do you live from
Temple? v« What direction?
If you want to talk Large Yorkshires or see
some of the registered gilts or some of the
pigs farrowed in Temple, see
CHARLES W. INGRAM or
L. F. McKAY
at the Telegram office.
Bell County Yorkshire
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 364, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 18, 1919, newspaper, November 18, 1919; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth469938/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.