Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1920.
SPKIN'S PLACE IS PRICE DESCENDS
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Bolton, N'ov. 17.—At a meeting of
the Hell county Bar association held
In tliis- city this morining, Judge J. B.
HilbliarO was elected special judge of
the 27th judicial district for Boll
county during tiie absence of Judge
• Judge Spaiitt has been called out of
the state and will not return until
December 13 and during his afosti'v
Judge Hubbard will preside. Judge
Hubbard lias a number of times acted
as special judge in tlie district court
here during the absence of the regu-
larly elected judge. It is" said that
the regular setting of the court will
be carried out just as if Judge Spann
were sitting on the bench.
Jl IX.i: HI/A IK WINDS ri»
TKItM AS COL*NT 1 JUDGE
lowest market of season
finds farmers liquidating
on large scale.
Helton, Nov. 17.—This week will be
the last of the present term of the,
county court and also marks the last
of eases to conic up in the cSunty
court this year with Judge Blair pre-
Judge Blair urges that all attorneys
who have judgments to be entered tip
to prepare same in order that the
minutes r>f the court may be closed
Hi lton, Nov. 17.—George Hint?; re-
turned yesterday to. Abilene .where
he has become associated with the
Yarbrougli Milling company which
will open for business next week. Mr. ■
Uinta says that after he got out of i
Bell county In- saw no more good
roads u^til he arrived in Taylor coun-
ty and that t)i<- roads of precinct one
In this county are among the best in
Mis. Moss of Waco is the guest in
the home of Mr. and K. M. Peterson.
J. \V. Adams :mk1 family of route
six left today for Dallas where they
will make their future home. The
trip was made overland.
H. !•:. S'ut'.'-n was a business visitor
to Holland today.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pa't DaUgh-
ertv of this- city last night a little girl
Mother and babe are doing fine.
With cotton selling at the lowest
price this season, farmers filled the
public square yesterday with loaded
wagons and trucks of cotton. The
market square had the appearance of
a imd-se!fson day and some even said
that there was more cotton on the
square at one time than they had ever
seen before. A total of 481 hales
were sold. No figures could lie ob-
tained on tlie amount that did not sell
as there is still an embargo on storage
cotton at the compress.
One bale of very low grade sold
yesterday for 4 cents, several bales
brought around S and !> cents. The
middling basis was 15.50, the lowest
point reached this season. Approxi-
mately 85,000 bales have been ginned
in Bell county and it is estimated that
something over 10,000 more will be
ginned. It is thought that with -the
market in the present condition, thou-
sands of bales will be left in the field.
The greatest crop in the history of
the county has been made, conserva-
tive estimates now putting the amount
produced at 105,000 bales, at least.
Some (1,000 to 10,000 bales will prob-
ably be left in the fields. At S and
0 cents, it is pointed out, the farmers
cannot afford to hire cotton picked.
The total city receipts to date are
16,109. The compress receipts are
14,509 and the Fletcher round bale
gin 2,20ii round bales or 1,(100 square
bales. There were ;i 11 bales sold
lock ended tha match in the second
fall which went 10 minutes, 13 sec-
onds. The match la reported to have
been clean and fast throughout, being
witnessed by a large crowd of excited
Brown was talked to over the phone
late yesterday by a local friend who
it is said was told that Pet will come
to Temple this afternoon or early to-
morrow morning. This local man
states that Brown said to him "I real-
ize that I will have to go some to beat
this Swedo but you can take it from
me that I have sure been in hard
training and believe that I am in just
as good physical condition as it is
possible to be. I am coming up to
Managers of the match said last
night that .there is a steady sale of
seats going on at the American con-
fectionery and purchase there will
save a long wait in line maybe at the
DAILY GOLF NOTES
By "Scottj" Irwin.
the Huntington Valley Country club,
Philadelphia. All the big cities with
country dubs keep two professionals.
Philadelphia has fifteen country
clubs all close to the city. New York
(By Scotty Irwin.) I has about twenty. Chicago has close
Prior to my joining the air service to thirty and leads all the other cities
used to be assistant professional to in the United States in having the
largest amount also the largest golf
club known as the Olympia Field
club with a membership of over two
Tou can readily see the popularity
of golf and if we take all the other
cities such as Boston. Pittsburgh.
Atlanta, Memphis, etc.. in the United
States, they all have two, three or
more rlubs with membership qf »
thousand or over.
It was stated sometime ago that
th' re must be over three million golf-
ers in the United States alone, and
the number is still growing.
On a big liner about 3,000 pieces of
glass and crockery are said to be
broken during each voyage.
About fiO per cent of (lie gross
profits made by industry in Great
Britain is paid out in taxation.
In 1892 the I .aw of Society of T6-
ronto extended to women the privilege
of practicing in the courts of that city.
From 60 to 7 Oper cent of the
world's production of copper is used
in normal times in tho electrical in-
"Don't tin y allow us to raisi
droit in this apartment house?''
"No,'!, said the janitor.
"Nor kittf lis nor puppies nor par-
"No, Nothing is permitted to be
c\< i pt the rent.
Tlie London firm of
lln royal robe makers,
TO MIX IT FRIDAY
pet brown and henry irslin-
gi:h will meet tomorrow
at temple theatre.
ssive monarch since
Another victory for Henry Iralinger
who will wrestle Pet Brown at Tem-
ple Theatre tomorrow night , has just
been recorded in the former's easy
disposition of Sailor Jack Wood at
Wichita Falls Monday.
In view of the fact that Irslinger's
opponent weighed in at 1S5 lbs., some
doubt may exists in the minds of fans
as to Pet Brown's ability to do very
much with this bird.
In the go with Wood, dispatches
state that the Swede pinned the Sail-
or's shoulders to the mat in two
strrtiK'it falls, the first coming in 5t
minutes, 15 seconds by use of a head
scissors and arm lock while a back
Light and Sight
Light renders all tilings
visible by bringing pic-
tures of them to our eyes.
Then if the eyes are
perfect, we have clear and
But many eyes are im-
perfect. and blurred vision,
strain and pain is the re-
Hemoval of the cause with
suitable glasses. Simple,
Christian Optical Co.
The Emblem of Superior
t <in your
Tire Prices Smashed
Goodrich and Tyrian Tires and Tubes Cut to the Core!
You motorists who have been waiting for cheaper TYRIAN TIRES, A!J, XON-SKII)
Tire prices, take notice: Beginning Saturday. Nov. " "
20, and continuing until stock is sold—which won't •' : CORD
be Ionr—we offer —Kc^ultir od«6 Re^ul&r Ssle
Size Price Price Price Price
30x3 ... $19.90 SI(1.75
Goodrich Tires at 25% Off List 32*3!;'.'.'.'.'.I'.'.', aio i.u" mjb m.ir>
ii I i i -p. , xr XT n r1 c* j 1 x4 , 33.50 1 .S.09
Absolutely I'irsts—Tso N. F. C. or Seconds 32x4 37.00 19.98 00.90 34.45
AH Sizes 33x4 39.20 21.17 61.40 30.70
34x4 40.25 21.73 62.90 31.45
_ 32x4.1.... 50.(30 27.32 " 67.90 33.95
Tyrian Tires at 45% Off List ;^44;IS moo
You know Tyrian Tires—they need no introduction 35x44 56.50 30.51 72.90 36.45
to Bell Countv motorists. 36x41 57.50 31.00 74.90 37.45
3.1x5 84.40 42.20
35x5 65.95 35.61 87.90 43.95
Tyrian Tubes 25% Off List « „ „
J Mail Orders Accepted (. O. 1).
Here is an unprecedented opportunity to fill your needs at a great saving. Mut you'll have to hurry. Come
Saturday, the first day of the big Tire Sale. Bring or send the CASH, as these prices are for CASH only.
FRANK DOERING, Temple
BELTON MOTOR CO., Belton
HOLLAND MOTOR CO., Holland
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Furniture Cut Prices-1-3
Saturday, Nov. 20. Free Articles
One-third off our entire stock on Saturday, Nov. 20, beginning at 8 o'clock, with the exception of Oil Stoves, Sonoras, Emerson Records, Dolls,
and Window Shades.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS CHEAP
Cedar Chest, $59.00, one-third off... $39.33
Cedar Chest, $52.00, one-third off.*- $33.67
Cedar Chest. $49.00, one-third off $32.67
Cedar Chest, $45.00, one-third off $30.00
Cedar Chest, $40.00, one-third off $26.67
Duofolds, $85.00, one-third off $56.50
Bedfoom Suites, $250.00, one-third off $156.50
Ivory, Mahogany, Walnut finishes.
Matting Box. $12.50, one-third off $8.50
Matting Box, $16.00, one-third off $10.50
Dressers, $60.00. one-third off $40.00
Dressers, $55.00, one-third off $35.00
Dressers, .$45.00, one-third off.
Rockers, $33.00, one-third off..
Rockers, $30.00, one-third off..
Rockers, $27.50, one-third off..
Rockers, $25.00, one-third off....
Rockers, $22.50, one-third off $15.00
Rockers, $18.00, one-third off $12.00
Rockers, $15.00. one-third off 810.00
Rockers, $12.50, one-third off $8..50
Rockers, $10.00, one-third off $6.67
Rockers, $ 7.50, one-third off 85.00
54-inch Dining Tables, $75.00. one-third off $50.00
48-inch Dining Tables, $62.50, one-third off ... ,$-12.25
45-inch Dining Tables, $57.50, one-third off.,. . .$38.50
42-inch Dining Tables, $32.50, one-third off.. .. . .c.t.. .822.00
Buffets, any finish, $75.00, one-third off.*..$50.00
Others in proportion. See our stock.
Rugs, Axminster, $96.00, one-third off .$64.00
Rugs, Velvet, $75.00. one-third off .$50.00
Rugs, Tapestry, Brussels, $65.00, one-third off...«,, .843.00
Rugs, Tapestry, Brussels, $55.00, one-third off $35.00
Rugs, Wool Fibre, $32.50, one-third off......822.00
Rugs, Wool Fibre, $25.00, one-third off 816.50
Rugs, Grass, $32.50, one-third off..822.00
Rugs, Grass, $22.50, one-third off •it: • ix} » § • ,%r« • 4i« » am • • 815.00
A failure to come to this sale will mean that you Loose $$$$$$$ after $$$. THIS Sx^LE TO BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE—THE CROWD WILL
BE IMMENSE—COME EARLY, THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY!
Who will be the first to get the FREE PREMIUM on Cheap furniture. GET A BROOM FOR 49c SATURDAY.
THE STAR FURNITURE CO.
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Ingram, Charles W. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1920, newspaper, November 18, 1920; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth469996/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.