Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 104, Ed. 1 Monday, March 1, 1915 Page: 3 of 10
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH I, 1911
FOR THE BOYS:
Our applications at the close of
work Saturday evening run nine-
ty-eight, which only leaves room
for two more applicants, as per our
original offer of one hundred bred
sows to the bovs, but we are not
going to stop you on the even
mark, we will make special effort
to care for all applications coming
during next week.
We have declined several appli-
cants, or the number would have
been over subscribed to date, the
applications referred to were from
outside parties, we .mean by this
those living in other towns. Our in-
terests are in Temple and Temple's
Trade Territory; while we would
be glad to see every worthy boy
and good citizen in this section of
the state interested in this matter,
we feel that the business men and
banks of other sections should
care for their town troubles.
We appreciate the interest man-
ifested by the boys and mark our
prediction: some of these young-
sters arc going to convince those,
that are watching their work, that
the boys with an opportunity of-
fered can and will make good.
Boys, we will furnish you list of
the premiums that will be offered
as early as can, that you may know
what to expect for the winners at
the October Fair, but you may be
assured our premiums will be
worth your best efforts, and that
you shall not be disappointed,
when you see the list. We do not
believe in doing things by halves.
By H. C. Poe
I want to get one of the brood sows you are go-
ing to ship to Bell county, and I want to give you my;
note and let the sow pay for herself.
I ljve miles from Temple and
miles from ■ .
our nearest town. I am years old. My
and my posteffke is,
I^* I1 • B* • ••••••!
Last Breath at Winter
Most everybody expected a Real Cold snap as a wind-
up of Winter. It is here now and it is not so fierce. By
tomorrow fhe balmy breezes may be expected back and
from that time on Real Spring is to be expected.
Not a bit too early to begin Looking for that Easter
Look at ours and Get the Prices.
I tender my services, free of
charge, to anyone who has occa-
sion to collect a matured life
Insurance policy. .
It Is some trouble and often
requires some expert knowledge,
to got up proofs of death prop-
erly and to otherwise expedite
tho payment of the money.
No difference In what com-
pany the policy Is written, I can
bo of assistance.
W. J. BASSETT,
Office over Methvin Jewelry
Coming- City Idevllon.
Brownwood, Tex., Fib. 118.—With
tho beginning of March the munici-
pal political pot la this city will begin
to boll. The city election will lie held
April 6th, and the official ballot will
! While news is being awaited oT the
operations of the allied Anglo-French
| fleet la the Dardanelles—the matter
| for tho moment of th most Intense
interest in the Kuropean war—a fur-
ther statement has been made public
I by the Russian war office Indicating
la great battle on the left banK of the
| Xiamen, a determined attack to the
I German advance in Poland and suc-
cesses over the Austrian* in Caliciu.
j There are evidences also of heavy
i fighting in the western war zone, but
the respective statements of the
French and Germans are diametrically
opposed. Tho Germans claim to have
pushed the allies back to the west of
tho Vosges for a distance of nearly
four miles. The French declare that
In the Vosges region they have repuls-
ed an attack by tho Germans. They
claim marked progress on tho whole
front in tho Champagne district while
the Germans assert that they have
completely repelled the French attack.
Soissons again has been bombard-
ed by tho Germans, while tho French
HOW TO MAKE THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
COUGH REMEDY AT HOME
Most persons neglect a cough or cold
for the principal reason that they
either don't thing it serious enough to
go to a doctor, or don't know what
good medicine to buy at a drug store,
) with the result that tho cough or cold
j becomes deep-seated through this neg-
lect and hangs on the whole winter—
which might have otherwise been
speedily cured, had Schlffmann's Con-
centrated Kxpectorant been used
This new remedy is so strongly con-
centrated that two ounces (".0 cents'
worth) make a full pint. (16 o7.s.) of
j excellent cough medicine, by simply
I mixing It at home w ith one pint of
I granulated sugar and 1-2 pint of wa-
iter. It makes a whole family supply,
as much as would ordinarily cost from
J $2 00 to $3.00 for the same quantity ot
| the old, ordinary, ready-made kinds
of doubtful merit. It Is prepared front
strictly harmless plans and is so pleas-
ant that children like to take It and It
! can he given tin m with perfect safety
j as it positively contains no chloroform,
: opium, morphine, or other narcotics,
j as domost cough mixtures. No risk
I whatever is run in buying this remedy
; as O. 1.. Reynolds will refund money
if it does not give perfect satisfaction
! or is not found the very best remedy
i you have ever used for stubborn
| Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup,
j Whooping t'uiigh and Hoarseness. In
j fact uny druggist anywhere .vill sell
I this nfw remedy under the same
guarantee, or order direct of R. J.
I Schlffmunn, St. Paul, Minn.
bo made up ten days prior to that
time. This necessitates the entry into I report claims gains to tho north of
tho lists of a number of candidates Rcausejour of a mile and a third of
who have been marking tlmo and trenches.
feeling the public pulse before formal-
ly announcing thei rumbitions.
The office of mayor is going to at-
An official dispatch from Cairo pub-
lished in London says that the Turks
have evacuated the final peninsula
tract the greatest interest, despite the! between the Gulfs of Suez and Aka-I
fact that the mayor s'salary is ohlyj''11'1, ani^ 'hat It Is believed in Cairo j
$50 per year. Up to date only one thllt aU danger of a second Invasion'
Revival Meeting Continued.
Lampasas, Feb. 28.—The revival
meeting at tho Baptist church, being
conducted by Evangelists Copass and
Reynolds, will continue another week.
There have been six/y conversions and
xa have united with the Baptist
church. After a great service today
an offering amounting to $;iCr> was
made to the board of evangelism. It
is expected that this offering will
reach $400 when It Is completed.
Negro Sailors Die at Sea.
Paris, Feb. 28.—A dispatch to the
I,lberte from Morlaix, In the depart-
ment of Flnlstere, on the English
channel, says that a ship's boat bear-
ing the name "Liverpool" and contain-
ing two dead negro seamen, was
picked up today in the Bay of
Locqulree, a well known bathing re-
From the appearance of the bodies
it Is believed the men died from ex-
posure or starvation. The corres-
pondent says it is Inferred that the
Liverpool either struck a mine or was
There are, four British steamers
named Liverpool. The largest of
these, a vessel of 3,176 tons, was last
reported at Cape Town, South Africa,
last October. The others arc small
candidate has offered for this office;
he is Alderman Geo. P. Walter, and
his platform Is a comprehensive one.
Mr. Walter, who Is a barber, says he
will finish tho campaign with a speak-
ing program if he has opposition, and
it, pretty certain that he will ho op-
posed. Four or live aldermen arc to
be elected, and for other city offices
there are a host of candidates. No
one has announced for alderman yet.
It Is expected In some quarters that
there will be a shaking up at the city
hall after the April election, though
of course no one can forecast the re-
sult of such an event this far In ad-
All tho churches of Brownwood
were well filled today, despite the
weather, which was chill and damp.
Fifteen hundred children attended
Sunday school. •* •
DON'T FUSS WITH
Muttcrole Works T'.asler, Quicker and
Without the Blister.
There Is no sense in mixing up a
mess of mustard, flour and water
when you can so easily relieve pain,
soreness or stiffness with a little clean,
white MUSTER OLE.
MUSTEROLE is made of pure oil
of mustard and other helpful in-
gredients, combined In the form of a
pleasant white ointment. It takes the
place of the out-of-date mustard plas-
ter, and will not blister!
MUSTEROLE gives prompt relief
from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu-
matism, lumbago, pains and aches of
the back or joints, sprains, sore mus-
cles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet,
colds of the chest (It often prevents
At your druggist's. In 25c and 50c
Jars, and a special large hospital size
Ro sure jou the genuine MUS-
TEROLE. ' Refus# imitations—get
what you ask for. The MusterolS
Company, Cleveland, Ohio.
Unrest In England.
London, Feb. 28.—A big socialist
labor demonstration was held in Tra-
falgar Square today to protest against
the prevailing prices of food and coal.
A resolution was adopted expressing
Indignation and disappointment at tho
government's refusal to tako "effective
measures to deal with the alarming
Increase In the cost of food and
The resolution demands government
control of carrying shlpn, the com-
mandeering of home grown supplies
for sale at the lowest possible price
and the fixing of maximum prices for
the necessities of life.
The meeting called upon the gov-
ernment to purchase all the available
wheat for the use of the people of the
country at prices ruling for thirty
days prior to the beginning of the
I war, the loss incurred to bo paid out
of the national revenues.
Wheat For Italy.
Rome, Feb. 28.—Provisions made
by the government, to supply Italy with
wheat, pending the next harvest, were
defended by the minister of agricul-
ture, Sign or ("avasolta, in a speech
yesterday before the chamber of dep-
uties. 11 o declared special missions
| representing the military commissariat
had purchased 1 00,000 bushels in
j the United States and Argentine.
Tho largest quantities were bought
in New York and Chicago. About
one-third of the amount contracted
already has arrived in Italy. The min-
ister declared that in view of the pre-
cautions taken by tho government
wheat famine would be impossible. Af-
ter the speech the socialists provoked
: a political ti sf vote and w ere defeat-
! ed 31 I to 11.
Foot and Mouth Disease.
Richmond, Va., Fob. 28.—After the
I discovery today of 125 cases of foot
and mouth disease In a herd of 300
e,.ttle on a dairy farm near this city,
Governor Stuart issued a proclama-
tion Imposing further quarantine reg-
ulations In an effort to prevent tho
i spread of tho disease, lie also an-
j nouncedthat the state tomorrow
j would seek an injunction against
eighteen railroads and steamship lines
in Virginia to compel compliance with
his recent proclamation forbidding tho
transportation of either cattle br cattle
teed without tho proper federal cer-
What It takes to m>ke good
We happerr to have It.
We are near you and can save
you money. Get In touch with
us for the summer's business.
Tho Sanitary Plant.
Rakers Close Shops.
London, Feb. 28.—A Renter dis-
patch from Venice says:
"Having been unable to obtain any
flour, 150 bakers out of a total of 700
in Vienna, have closed their shops In-
definitely. All vacant lands. Including
the unused portion of the Great Cen-
tral cemetery, are being used for
growing potatoes and other vege-
"A Budapest dispatch says that
snow lias fallen uninterruptedly dur-
ing the past forty-eight hours in the
Carpathians, bringing tahe military
operations almost to a standstill."
. 4 >*. /"j
Crlm>led Steamer In Port.
Halifax, N. S., Feb. 28.—1He dis-
abled steamer Mongolian of the Allan
line arrived today under convoy of the
United States coast cruiser Seneca,
j Just before Entering the harbor her
j captain reported by wireless, "all well
I on board.''
The Mongolian carried 200 pawen-
, ''i\> and a valuable cargo.
of Egypt by tho Turks is removed.
The drifting Into tho Bay of
Locquirec on tho French side of the
English channel of a ship' bout con-
taining two dead seamen, leads to the
belief that the British steamer Liver-
pool has been sunk either by striking
a mine or from being hit by a German
Swiss advices say work Is going on
day and night at Frledrlehshafen in
tho construction of Zeppelins to re-
place th« four recently lost.
King George has returned to Lon-
don from a visit to tho warships of
tho grand fleet.
When You Make Repairs
Before undertaking making repairs about the place,
it is desired to know About How Much It Would Cost.
A phone message to our yards will bring a Reliable Car-
penter who will estimate the Lumber required and will
make figures on the work, either by the day or by the job.
We will make the figures on the Lumber if it is to be a
day job, and we will Put It Down Right, without any
Lumber is Cheap and Carpenters need work.
John May Lumber Co.
Yards on Katy track, near old (Antral Texas oi! mill.
Admiral l»ewu Not Mistmuod.
Washington, Feb. 28.—Viscount
Chiiulu, Japanese ambassador, upon
his arrival here from New York to-
night stated that he had investigated
published reports of unpleasantness
alleged to have been suffered by Ad-
miral Dewa, official representative of
Japan at the Panama Jaciflc exposi-
tion, at a New York railway station
and had definitely ascertained that
they were wholly without foundation.
A report was published hero today
that Admiral Dewa at first was re-
fused .admittance to a private car
which took him from New York to
Buffalo, because the car was believed
by the station guards to have been
reserved for "Admiral Dewey."
Rc|i-a>ed I'roni (Quarantine.
Washington, Feb. 2S.—Secretary
Houston of the department of agricul-
ture has ordered mere than 2S.000
square miles of territory in counties
in eight states released from Texas
fever quarantine on March 1, but re-
Imposed the quarantine on Smith
county. Miss. By states the counties
Texas. Sterling, Wilbarger.'
Oklahoma: Rogers, Washington,
Mayes, Tulsa, Osage, Creek.
Arkansas: Izard, Sharp.
The other counties are In California,
Georgia, North and South Carolina
Portugal Deputy Killed.
London, March 1. (1:11 a. m.)—X
•ws dispatch from Lisbon
Deputy lleiiriqucs Cardoso
In.iled \esterday while en-
democratic club to attend
meeting. The assassin is
believed to be u syndicalist.
Turks Evacuate Sinai.
London, March 1. — (2:59 a m.—
"It is officially announced," say* the
Morning Boat's Cairo correspondent,
"that the Turks have evacuated the
Sinnal peninsula. This confirms the
belief here that all danger of a second
invasion of Egypt is now removed.
Ili* < kid Stet.sou.
Brenhaui, Tex., Feb. 2H. — Dr. J. W,
Tottenham, of Seiupronius, Austlu
[counts', who is visit!..g his son. Dr. J.
I W. Tottenham, Jr, In Brenham, Sat-
urday showed to some of his friend#
a Stetson hat he has had In his pos-
session for 57 years. l>r. Tottenham
stated that ho bought the hat from
Henry Ball in Galveston in 1858. Th»
hat Is a genuine Beaver and is in *
good stato of preservation. The doc-
[ tor states that he wore out several
| other hats In tho meantime. Pome on*
| suggested that the Stetson Hat com<
' pany ought to present Dr. Tottenham
j with a new hat.
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 104, Ed. 1 Monday, March 1, 1915, newspaper, March 1, 1915; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth471057/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.