The Temple Daily Telegram. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 286, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 17, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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HE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM
Issued Daily Except Monday.
Published by the Daily Telegram
E. K. Williams. . . Managing Editor
Ben Haralson City Editor
Miss Nettie Gooch.. .Sioiety Editor
Jo« Cato .. .Manager Circulation
Henry Pashtag. . . .Railroad Reporter
B. D. LaPrelle. .Advertising Manager
Entered as sicond-class matter
December 7, 1907, at the postottlce
at Temple. Texas, under the Act of
Congress of March 3, 1879.
DRURY LaPRELLE. E.K.WILUAMS
J. F CROUCH.
Dally and Sunday, 1 yr $5.00
Single Copies 05
Daily and Sunday, 1 mo 50
The Daily Telegram has mote than
table the number of nhaeriben in
Ttanple, and more than four times the
umber of subscribers in Bell connty
titside of Temple, of any other daily
"RAISED" MONEY IN
t Dallas News.)
Five-dollar bills that have been
skillfully raised to the denomination
of $20 are being circulated In Texas
towns. A number of them were pre-
sented some time ago to merchants
01 Gainesville and the fact that their
value had been raised was not de-
tected until the money had been plac-
ed in the local banks. Then a number
of bills were passed at Waco, and
now the latest report is that some
hare been found in Fort Worth.
The presentation of the raised mon
ey is now expected In almoat any
Texas town at any time.
The raising of the value of the bills
is accomplished In this way: On
one side of a $20 bill there are at
the four corners a $20 mark. Two
ot these marka are deftly cut from
the bill and are deftly pasted on two
corners of a bill of lower denomina-
tion. The bill of the lower denmina-
tion is necessarily selected to be of
tbe same color of the $20 bill.
When both sides of the two bills
have been treated to the same pro-
cess the result is that the $20 bill
has numbers missing from some of
its corners . This is not likely to
arouse suspicion on the part of the
average citizen, who will think that,
the constant passing of the bill has
probably rubbed out some of the
On casual inspection the $5 bills
which has been raised to the value
of $20 appears to be Jpod currency,
and. like the Rood 120 bill, it apT
pears to have simply had a couple
numbers on either side effaced. But
something more than a cursory ex-
amination will show very evident de-
Tracings Do Not Correspond.
It will be seen that certain little
tracings which may be noted on any
bill do not correspond, and if the
numbers are not well pasted they may
easily be pulled off. The more one
studies a raised bill the more defec-
tive it appears. until one wonders
why he didn't recognise it immediate-
ly as a piece of bad currency. As a
matter of fact those who handle much
money do recognise raised bills with
out any trouble.
If a small bill has been raised to
the value of $20 or to any value
other than that for which it was
made the real value of the bill re-
mains as it was originally. If one
has been given a raised bill, which
has in good faith been presented to
a bank as a $20 bill, the bank, just
as the United States Government,
will credit that person with the ori-
ginal value of the bill, whether that
original yalue be only $1 or $5. The
person who receives the bill is the
j loser. If one receives a mutilated
I $20 bill, from which numbers have
I been taken in raising the apparent
value of other bills, the bill retains
its original value, despite its mutil-
ation. and it will be received by any
bank for its face value.
Besides the numbers on corners,
the number spelled out In the lower
central part of every bill has to be
changed in raising a bill, and this
is accomplished by pasting on a num-
ber taken from a good bill, just as
is done with the corner numbers.
Tkr Mnl Sof« Drlik.
A delicious product of Barley Malt
and Hops- II.-a" dollKhtfui n«vor, l»
healthful imd refreshing, strictly. iMjp-
intoxloatintt Comes under all require-
ments of the United States Revenue
laws governing the sale of sort drlnKa.
Guaranteed under the Pure Food and
nrufjs Act. The product of Anbeuser-
More Than Enourh Is ^
To maintain health, a mature man
or woman needs just enough food to
repair the waste and supply eeargy
and body heat The habitual con-
sumption of more food than Is neces-
sary for these purposes fs the prime
cause of stomach troubles, rheuma-
tism and disorders of the kidneys. If
troubled with indigestion, revise your
diet, let reason and not appetite con-
trol and take a few doses of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will goon be all right again.
For sale by all druggists.
Customers after pricing my furni-
ture and then pricing elsewhere, in-
variably come back to me and buy.
SOUTH SIDE FUKJI1TUHE STORE.
Opposite Iron Foundry.
Real Estate and Rental Agent. Alio
Agent for Pacific Mutual Life
and Accident Co.
Western Lands in Wilbarger,
Young, Garza and Scurry Counties,
from 40 acres to 30 sections, from
$4.50 to $40 per acre. Also have ap-
plicants for bouses In all parts of
the city. <
If you have property for sale or
exchange, list It wit hme.
S7 acres, well improved farm, all
in cultivation, plenty of everlasting
water, good house, and out houses,
at Bottoms. Easy terms. See me at
Four-room cottage, east front, qjose
in, on Nbrth side. Fourth down,
balance easy terms.
Six-room, up to date cottage, on
trolley, on North side, nice trees,
good out houses. Best bargain in
town. See me for terms.
Five-room cottage, two halls, one
porch, bath room and toilet, sewer-
age connections, good bam for horses
and cowa, carriage house, servants
house, hen house. A first class
W. W. WARNER.
Over Crawford Jewelry Company's
' W* - • •
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business and financial life of this
city. The foregoing and the Instance
furthe/on reported from fact based
on figures "is said at the risk ot be-
ing termed a "knocker." The Tele-
gram can stand that, since our re-
marks are not addressed to tbe
bunch from whom that term will be,
if at all, acclaimed. Our purpose is
to reaeh, it possible, the solid busi-
ness and financial men of this city,
and to have them become alive to
the situation and apply the proper
remedy. In other words, the situa-
tion is very similar to ttjat or a per-
son suffering from an Acute attack
ot appendicitis: the best and only
thing to do is to get on the opera-
tion table and submit to the knife.
Ring IS both phone* when
want anything in the drag
HEW DRUG STORE.
Sweet sleep is nature's health re-
storer. If you want to sleep well and
keep well, use an Allen Mattress. Our
plant Is modern in every way. Wr
invite our friends and' customers to
call for fiirst-class mattresses. Old
beds made new. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. ALLEN A TOMUNSON.
J. P. BRIGHWELL, JR., OP
BET.mTS CITES INSTANCE
Mr. J. P. Brightwell, Jr., of Bel-
falls, one of the progressive, respect-
ed farmers in that section of the
county, called last night at The Tele-
gram office at the Instance of Tem-
ple men having the Interests of the
city at heart, and related the fol-
He brought* six bales of cotton to
this market yesterday, and the,best
of all offers received was 8.37 1-2
cents. He drove with the cotton to
Belton, and disposed of V at 8.75
cents to W. R, Miller, the purchaser.
This netted to him $1.95 per bale
more than he would have received
bad he sold his cotton here. In oth-
er words, he received in Belton
$273.43 for his coiton, the Temple
market price basis would have
amounted to $261.72; netting him
a total profit of $11.72 on the Belton
market as against the local market.
Replying to an inquiry, Mr. Bright-
well said he intends depositing the
proceeds from the sale in a Temple
bank today, arriving too late last
night for so doing. On the other
hand, said he, farmers from his sec-
tion of the county who have taken
their cotton thru Temple to Belton,
have deposited their funds in Belton
banks, this, in fact, seems to be
the rule. He cited that yesterday 26
bales passed thru Temple, without
even being "cut" here, indeed the
teams were not stopped in this city.
In addition to the foregoing, It
should be borne doubly well in mind,
that this is cotton raised and ginned
in tbe county East of Temple, in a
territory heretofore controlled by
this market, and logically should con
tinue to be. But a change In the or-
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BORT&N BOOTH, Esteemed Lead-
HENRY ORGAIN, Esteemed Loyal
W. W. ctEMENT, Esteemed Lec-
turing Knight ^
Social Session Sprung Season Open.
The -lodge was adjourned Into a
social session later in the evening
at which time, cold lunch, coffee, etc.
was served the members and several
Invited guests, Including all of the
representatives of bidders on water
works equipment who are here. The
occasion proved a very happy one,
fittingly opening the tall and win-
ter seasons for active work.
Owing to a temporary illness, Sec-
retary Tom Darling was unable to
be present, a matter of regret on- the
part of his brethren.
The committee In charge of tbe ar-
rangements for the "soshul seshun"
were the following: "Pure Food"
Reed, "Justice. Blnkley," and "Col-
der of things here must be made,and
at once, else this territory, along with
others^wlll be lost to Belton, and
once lost, It's a hundred to one shot,
they will never be regained.
Telegram want ads. pay.
It s Simply A Treat To
Cootlauoas performance from
8:00 to 10:15, and an entire
change of progron. : :
Children under 10 yean 5c
involve no cost for hdWTBllls or rail-
road fare. 7QU REMAIN COMFOR-
TABLY AT HOME or in' your office
and accomplish Important and satis-
factory results QUICKLY "d fcCON-
The lines ot this company, with
their connection*, reach moat places
of consequence within 1,000 miles.
The rates are moderate, the service
ptj and r»Hab^ ,;
AID TELEPHONE CO.
Have just installed a new mill and
am now ready to grin dthat corn into
good old-fashioned meal.
Fully equipped to do the most diffi-
cult work in general construction
and repairing. BLACKSMITHING
AND HORSESHOEING * specialty,
W. C. KNIGHT
S. 2nd, Between Central and Ave. A
ilett, iflfct'or o'f the
cWrch, announces !,
Ject " 11 °'°»oek tomo
f * te "ACtfstawav -
The evening service will be evan.
gellstlc In nature, the subject of hi.
sermon to be later announced.
and OYSTERS both
wholesale and retail.
Sheephead, trout, Red-
fish and Flounder always
carried in stock.
Our hobby is prompt
delivery and satisfactory
We deliver free to any
part of the city
A. F, SCROGGINS
Both Phones 192
First door East of Mnllins
•ad Avmm B
A Modern Brick Structure especially equipped for the care of pa-
tients requiring surgical attention.
No Contagions or Infections Diseases will he received '
MRS. A. H. PABSONS. ' MISS WELMA CARLTON.
Sflpt. of ..Nurses
THE KING'S DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL.
A modern hospital building. Every room an outside room with East
and Booth exposure. No rooms on West, aide . Situated in corporate
limits of city on a high magnificent vielr of entire East end of the
county. Ventilation perfect. One of the finest and most thoroughly
equipped operating rooma in the State. Location is free of the noise,
smoke and dust of the city. s
MRS. K. L. CULBERSON. Bmerintendent.
Telephone your order to the Cash Feed Store
for Hay, Corn, Oats or any other kind of Feed.
A. E, Childers
South lain street
THEY STILL CONTINUE TO SOUEAL
Gee! But our Sale must have hit'em hard and deep> It's Free Advertising for us because the whole town understands the
knocker. Its Dollars to Doughnuts that the
Has made more Friends than any previous sale In the history of our firm.
And It's Qeriitlne Cutting thats Done It.
WE WANTED THE GBIN AND MARRED THE
The people Came, they Saw, they Bought, and as a consequence we've had a rousing enthusiastis money getting time, and
people volunteer every day to say something complimentary about receiving their money's worth.
Short Orders attended to with Speed and Accuracy
Whole Families served with Polite, Careful Attention
Bargains Served while Hot, by the Piece or Dozens
New Goods coming in nearly every day but we reserve nothing. You get Sale Prices on
Everything until the Signs come down. Everybody Buys at
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 286, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 17, 1908, newspaper, October 17, 1908; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth471863/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.