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THE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, *1913.
THE DAY'S NEWS IN BELTON
(Dally Telegram headquarters, Beltoa Drug Company, northwest corner
AUTOS FOR MESSENGERS PROHIBITION PETITION
Delegates to Salado Baptist Assoeia-
Uon Furnished Autos from This
City Tuesday and Wednesday.
BELTON, Aug. 9.—Rev. D. M.
^Vest. pastor of the chnrch at Salado,
requests the Telegram to announce
that autoa will be provided for mes-
sengers reaching this city enroute to
tha meeting (,f the Salado Baptist as-
sociation at Salado on Wednesday
morning as well as on Tuesday after-
noon as previously announced.
Those desiring this transportation
Should notify Rev. West at Salado
not later than Monday afternoon.
It Will Re Presented to County Com-
missioners Monday Afternoon
at 2 I'clock.
BELTON, Aug. 9.—The county
commissioners will meet Monday, I
August 11, in regular monthly session. [
The petition for a prohibition election
in precincts 1, 2, 5 and 7 will be pre- j
sented at 2 o'clock Monday after-
Back from Ft. Worth.
Belton, Aug. 9.—Commissior^rs
Denman, Dickey and McLean and !
"Auditor W. E. Hall returned last night
from Ft. Worth where they had been
In attendance upon the state meeting ■
county commissioners. County Clerk I
Madison came in this afternoon. A
fine time is reported by each of these j
Tax Collector Ensor will return to- ]
night. Judge Shipp went to Dallas!
for a day or two before returning to
Belton, Aug. 9.—The following are
marriage licenses on recent record:
W. B. Herrod and Miss Libbie Cook,
H. C. Brown and Miss Villa Richards,
Joe Mobbs and Miss Loma Newman,
Sam Bart-field and Miss Maudie Goad,
H. A. Dungan and Miss Bessie Mc-
Kay. Joe Balusek and Miss Bessie En-
cic, M. E. Albrecht and Miss Dora
Freidrick, Tom Williams and Miss
Dora Hendricks, Luis Villarreal and
Miss Lupe Campas; T. B. Roberts and
Laura May Young, Arnold Bachus
and Christine Grace Cox, R. G. Ed-
wards and Miss Mary Smith.
SATURDAY IN CONGRESS.
Senate—Immediate legislation to
make effective the agreement
reached at The Hague opium con-
ference urged by President Wilson
in an executive communication.
Foreign relations committee
agreed to favorably report resolu-
tion authorizing President Wilson
to accept a bust of William Pitt
from British admirers and report-
ed favorably nomination of James
M. Sullivan as minister to Domini-
can republics. **
Senator Smith (Michigan) de-
clared Mexican revolutionary junta
here had attempted to influence
Senator Kenyon declared it was
more important Jo destroy or con-
trol trusts than to. revise tariff.
Senator Williams in speech de-
clared it was his opinion that an
organized effort was being made to
bring about war between the Unit-
ed States and Mexico.
House—Not in session; meets at
REGISTER A PROTEST
Anti-Cotton Option Bill Is Opposed
and Texas Senators Will Be
WACO, Texas, Aug. 9.—At a meet-
ing of cotton growers of McLennon
j county held here this morning, a com-
! mittee was named tp draft resolutions,
i protesting against the passage of what
| is known as the anti-cotton bill.
I The resolutions will be sent to the
two members of the senate from
Texas, Charles A. Culberson of Dallas
1 and Morris Sheppard of Texarkana.
i Only a few were present at the meet-
| ing today.
1 NEWS OF A J
I ROGERS DAY J
Rogers. Texas, Auk. 9.—Rogers has
started out to maintain her supremacy
Out Of Town Society
Belton Gets live Bales.
Belton, Aug. 9.—Five bales of cot
ton were marketed here today, the j
weights ranging from 442 to 57C.
Those marketing the cotton were J
IW. L. Lamar, Tyler farm southeast of ;
town; J. W. Fuller who brought the ;
second bale from about three miles |
northwest of the city; W. N. Madden,
west of city, and S. W. Poteet, east of
the city. The name of the fifth mar-
keter was not secured.
Death of Mrs. J. B. Woniack.
Belton, Aug. 9.—The death of Mrs. |
J. B. Womaek occurred this morning j
about 1 o'clock at the home of her I
daughter, Mrs. Tom Gillum, on Slime
street. Deceased was a woman • of
noble character, esteemed by all who
knew her. The funeral service will
be held tomorrow morning at the
Gillum home at 9:30 o'clock, conduct-
ed by Rev. E. C. Boynton. Interment
in North Belton cemetery.
Rogers, Texas, Aug 9.—D. C. Hall j
from Killeen, has moved his family to ]
Rogers. Mr. Hall is conducting a dray j
and transfer business here.
W. T. Loftis and family have moved j
as the leading cotton center by having 1 to ^ aco to reside in the future.
| Mrs. Kensie Smith has returned
I from a two week's visit to relatives
J and friends in Eddy.
Miases Lillie Mae and Edith Moore, I
already bought from wagons of the
new crop a great deal more than oth-
er towns in this section. Up to noon
today the estimate can very conserva-
tively be placed at between thirty-five
and forty bales.
BrightweH Sings Goldthwalte.
Belton, Aug. 9.—Walter E. Bright-
Well of this city, who was last year a
teacher in and post-graduate of Wed-
emeyer Academy, has been selected to
direct the music for u revival to be
held at Goldthwaite. Mr. Brightwell
possessed a fine voice and is an able
choir director. He directed the mu-
sic for several revivals in the Goldth-
waite section of the state last sum-
Central Hotel Under New Manager.
Belton, Aug. 9.—The Central hotel
of this city is now under the manage-
ment of Mrs. C. E. Ham met t, assisted
by her son-in-law, O. H. Barton.
Quite a good deal of improvement
Is to be made in the furnishing and
equipment of the hotel. Mrs. Ham-
mett comes highly recommended for
her success in the hotel business.
Spires' Jury Still Out.
Belton, Aug. 9.—The jury in the
Spires case has not yet reached an
agreement. A report to t at effect
was made this afternoon with a re-
quest to be excused which Judge Rob-
inson declined to do under at least
thirty-six hours deliberation.
Cox-Bad i us.
Belton, Aug. 9.—This afternoon at
4 o'clock at the Christian parsonage
In this city there were united in mar-
riage Miss Christine Grace Cifx and
Arnold Bachus of Temple, Rev. Boyn-
Local and Personal.
Miss Pauline Wakefield of Wake-
field, Kentucky, is a guest in the home
of her uncle, S. M. Ray, and family.
Miss Mary Scott Frazier of Belton
and Miss Flonnie Owens of Holland
are visiting at the home of Mr. John
Miss A'ertna Johnson of Prairie Dell I
was in the city today, returning from
a visit with h.-r aunt. Mrs J H. Hast- I
ings, of Wortham. She was accom- I
panied home by her cousin, Lester
Mr. Henry Wallace has returned ;
home from a visit with ills brother in
West Texas. |
Mrs. W. E Arnold and babe have j
returned from a visit with her par- !
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Collins, of
Miss Tyler Wilkerson of Killeen Is
a guest in the home of Rev. E. C.
Boynton and family.
Mr. John Wallace Jr. of ITo!)-in 1 is
visiting home folks.
Still the Smallest Man.
Rogers, Texas, Aug 9.—The claim
by the Lampasas correspondent that
that town has a man smaller than
Rogers, is erroneous, according to his
own figures. A man weighing 96
pounds and 4 8 Inches high is a larger
man than one 51 inches high and
weighing only 66 pounds. Next.
Interest In New Train Service.
Rogers, Texas, Aug. 9.—There is a
great deal of interest here centered on
the proposed new service by the Santa
Ke railroad betw een Temple and Cam-
in company with Misses Leila and Lou
Jeter, are spending the summer in ,
Andrew Wear left last Sunday for .
New Braunfels to attend Gieseke's j
training camp of the A. & M. college.
C. A. Keech left for Fort Worth
Tuesday, where he will make his fu- j
ture home. Mr. Keech has spent the j
greater part of his life in and around i
Rogers and leaves a host of friends to j
wish him well in his new field of en- j
Mrs. Joe Smith of Memphis. Texas,
joined her husband here Tuesday j
where they will make their future >
home. Mr. Smith is the owner of the j
new moving picture show.
Miss Florence Whitley of Belton. i
eron, and of course, from a commerc- i has been a guest of Miss Ruth Wright
lal point of view. Temple would be
the sole beneficiary. However, if the
proper schedule is established it would
be a great convenience to those de-
siring to spend the day in Temple and
the night at home, and for this rea-
son the move would be favored by
A. I). POTTS,
Has put in a stce^ or automobile cas-
ings and inner tubes. 202-lmo.
Scratching for Fun
We would have great sympathy for
those who have to scratch continually,
if there wasn't a remedy for the trou-
ble, but as Hunt's Cure is guaranteed
to cure or money refunded, it would
seem that those who scratch do so
just for the fun of it. It's a special
remedy for itch, eczema, tetter, ring-
AUTO HITS INTERIM
Woman and Child Are Killed and a
Number of Other Persons
BELTON CHURCHES X
Men's Bible Class.
Belton. Aug. 9—The Unafraid Men's
Bible class holds its meeting of to-
morrow afternoon at the Confederate
Park. Ladies invited to be present.
First Christian Church.
• The pastor of the First Christian
church, Edwin C. Boynton, expects to
hold the usual morning service at 11
o'clock, preaching on the theme "The
Fear of God." The official board will
meet in regular monthly session at
the church at 4 p. m. Christian En-
deavor session, 7 p. m. There will
be no night service on account of the
union prayer meeting at the Presbyte-
PL. A NO, Tex., Aug. 9.—Mrs. Arch
Hughston and her three-year-old child
were instantly killed when an auto-
mobile in which she was riding with
her husband, their four children and
the infant child of J. R. Dickerson
collided with a limited interurban car.
The other occupants of the automo-
bile were only slightly hurt. Mrs.
Hughston's bodv was severed, the
head and shoulders being dragged un-
der the interurban for a distance of
one hundred yards. One arm and one
leg of the child killed were torn to
Duck, real 8 oz. duck for cotton
picking sacks and ready made sacks.
THE FAIR AND RACKET STORE.
Katy Switchman Is Killed.
Fort Worth, Texas. Aug. 9.—Tom
Gaines, Katy switchman who came
here a month ago from Waco, was
crushed to death between a switch
engine and boxcar this morning.
Finds readv answer in
A regular morning dish is just the thing these Sum-
mer days for anyone who wishes to be "quite fit" for a
day of strenuous activity.
Grape-Nuts, made of whole wheat and malted bar-
ley, provides true nourishment in appetizing form for
both body and brain.
* "There's a Reason" for
. .Sold by Grocers everywhere.
Sarah Bernhardt in "Queen Elizabeth"
At the Majestic Tuesday, Aug. 12.
The management of the Majestic has
secured for Tuesday, August 12, a four
part motion picture in which the re-
nowned Madam Sarah Bernhardt
plays "Queen Elizabeth." On account
of the very high salary demanded by
this star of stars for working this
special feature the price will neces-
sarily have to be advanced to 15c and
25c. All school children, no matter
how old. will be entitled to the 15c j Mrs. Elmer Gunn returned Monday
price. The New Orleans Picayune of from a visit to South Texas. Mr. Gunn
a recent date says the following of ; met her at Cameron with an auto and
this masterpiece in motion pictures: accompanied her home from there.
Thousands of people packed the Miss Lula May came down from
Trianon theatre all day Monday and Temple last Saturday to visit Mrs. J
Monday night to witness Sarah Bern- C. Hendrick and other friends,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. |
Mr. and Mrs. O. R Cline have re- j
turned from Mineral Wells after a two <
week's visit, greatly improved in
Mrs. and Mrs. L. L. Johnson and
the Misses Lela and Leta Jones, have
returned from New York. Washington
and other eastern points.
Judge M. J Thompson had to aban- s
don his work in the revival because i
of throat trouble. The meeting will j
be continued under the leadership of j
Rev. Mr. Mathews of Cleburne.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. JoneS and daugh- |
ters. Misses Leta and Lela, left Wed-
nesday night for a week's visit -with
Mr. .Tones' mother at Blackwell, Ran- ;
nels county. Mr. Jones also expects to |
meet his sisters there where all will '
hold a family reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Fisher were
here from Thorndale last Sunday to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L
Mrs Mike Reed went to Belton last
Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs. P
Miss Amy Reed Is at Talihina, Okla.,
to visit Miss Rhoda Permenta.
W. M. Madeley was at College Sta-
tion last week to attend the Farmers'
Miss Artie Reed Is home from Den-
ton for the summer vacation.
hardt in "Qirten Elizabeth." Aside
from the play itself, the predominat-
ing feature was the presence of women
and children. Articles published In
New Orleans newspapers yesterday, in
which it was stated that local school
teachers and their pupils were among
the greatest attendants at the great
historic show, seemed to attract even
greater numbers of this class.
There sems to be an increasing in-
terest in Bernhardt's exposition of
"Queen Elizabeth," and it is reported
on good authority that local libraries
are besieged for histories of England,
so that the life of Elizabeth may be
perused and become familiar to the
hundreds who expect to see the great
Never in all the history of moving
pictures has a greater drama been
presented. It Is unlikely that such a
scene will ever again be thrown upon
the screen in this city.
four parts is full of interest for the
student of history. There Is action In
every scene. Some of the greatest
needs of England are displayed in real
life, and the most wonderful death
Bishop, Aug. 9.—Miss Leila Foster
entertained her young friends at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Foster, with a "Topsy Turvey"
Each of the | party. There were games and music
THE WHITE SEASON IS HERE
TWO DAYS OF VALUE GIVING
AT BENTLEY'S GUARANTEE
Great enthusiasm and widespread interest have marked our sum-
mer shoe sale. Today we bring you news of special interest for these
hot days—A SALE OF WHITE, styles such as you need, at prices that
are below their real value. Every pair of white shoes in this mammoth
stock is included. Read the reductions, then come and see. A visit to
this store tomorrow will amply repay you.
-Genuine White Buck
$4.00 grades for 98c
A two strap style, with fancy perforated
toes, medium heels, flexible welt soles, white
ivory buckles. A two days' special. .. .98c4
White Corded Pumps
$2.50 grades for 98c
A novelty, made from a wide corded mer-
cerized poplin, with wide hows to match, cov-
ered heels, turned soles. A two days' spe-
One StrapWhite Pumps
$1.50 and $1.75 grade for 98c
White Poplin, an extra smooth
weave, a turned sole, low leather
heels, white covered heels, every
size—your size is here. A two days
White Poplin Oxfords
$2.50 grade for $1.59
A four button style with plain toe,
1 1-4 inch leather heels, very flexible
turned soles, an exceptkmal value.
A two days' special. . . §1 59
White Linen Canvas
$3.50 grades for $2.59
Medium weight sole, leather heels,
covered heels, wide silk bows, turned
and welt soles, all widths and sizes.
A two days' special §2 59
White Canvas Pumps White Button Oxfords
$2.00 and $2.25 grades for $1.48
Plain toes, tip toes, plain pumps,
one and two straps, covered heels
and plain heels, styles for ladies or
misses, every size fromv2 to 8. A
two days' special -. $1 48
White Poplin Pumps
$2.50 grades for $1.69
A turned sole with full plain toes
wide silk gros-grain silk bows, 1 1-4
inch leather and covered heels, full
kid lined, extra straps with each
pair. A two days' special. . SI 69
$3.50 grades for $2.59
A pure pearl white pump, with
1 1-4 inch leather heels, plain toe,
fancy silk bows, very flexible welt
soles, an extra $3.50 grade. A two
days' special $2 59
$2.00 grades for $1.48 v
Leather heels, white canvas of ex-
tra weight for service, 4-button
styles with tipped toes that are full,
styles for ladies and large misses, all
sizes. A two days' special. $1 -18
Low Heel Canvas
$3.00 grades at $2.29
Button styles, very flexible welt
soles, full capped toes, white kid lin-
ings, a splendid fitting style. A two
days' special ,.S2 29
Misses 'Nu-Buck Pumps
$2.00 grade S2.29 '
Low 1-inch heels, extra full toes,
white metal buckles, extra value, for
the large miss, a splendid fitting
style. A two days' special. $2 29
White Nubuck Pumps
$4.00 grades for $2.98
Three styles at this price, Utz and Dunn makes,
neat styles in plain and fancy styles, leather or
silk bows, capped or plain toes, welts with very
flexible soles. A two days' special $2 98
Brighten up Your Old Shoes
A BUCKLE SALE
Noih iii; detracts from the looks of v. . . >c*s
as much as out of shape or soiled bows or buckles.
A two days' sale on white, tan and blacks—
15c, 20c and 25c Bows, special 5c4
35c to 50c Bows, special 19C
filled the day
samples . . of
sold to out-of-
to their doors
free of charge
May will teach I*' West Texas the
coming session. She is an excellant
teacher and the people of Rogers re-
gretted to lose her services.
Miss Hattie Thomas, who has been
visiting the family of B. G. Reeves,
returned to her home in Durango
Miss Bernice Perry of Temple was
visiting friends in Rogers this week. |
Dr. G. T. Thomas and Miss Lizzie j
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reed, Mr. j
and Mrs. H. G. Hendrick and J. L. |
Thompson are visiting Lubbock and
various west Texas points this week.
Mrs. May, have gone to the Epworth
encapmcnt at Corpus Christi.
Miss Corinne Melton was a visitor in
Lesson on Alcohol in the Stomach 8:30 p. m.The public are invited. The
Dr. E. J. Burns, formerly of Temple, ' lesson is a courtesy of Dr. Burns to
Duck, real 8 oz
now of Rogers, will give a lecture on the Women's Christian Temperance ol pi< king sacks and r
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, GOOD ROADS ENTHUSIAST, HELPS
BUILD BRICK HIGHWAY SO PUBLIC CAN CROSS HIS ESTATE
and refreshments were served during .
the evening. '
The Baraca and Phllathea classes j
of the Methodist church gave a lawn j
party at' the home of Mrs. L. E. Ap-
| scene shown the public Is the climax j pieby Tuesday evening, having as j
of the play, when Bernhardt, as Queen | special guests the Baracas and Phila- j
Elizabeth, falls, fainting and dying,
when she learns the horrible truth
that she has signed the death warrant
of her innocent lover.
Prior to this scene she watches his
march to the scaffold, and when she
realizes the enormity of her mistake
the situation becomes so terrible that
hundreds were yesterday seen to shed
"Queen Elizabeth" was said by
theatrical crltllcs to be the greatest
moving picture ever shown In Ameri-
T. P. ROUNDHOUSE
MARSHALL, Texas, Aug. 9.—The
Texas and Pacific roundhouse, togeth-
er with one locomotive and much ma-
chinery, was destroyed by fire this
morning. There were fifteen en-
gines In the stalls when It caught but
fourteen of them were saved by hard
work. The low will go into thou-
sands, covered, however, by insur-
theas of the Baptist church. "Bunco"
and other games were enjoyed and
there was music and refreshments.
The chaperones were Mrs. F. Z. Bish-
op and Mrs. Appleby. The attendance
Mrs. L. B. Hardin and her mother.
No matter how well you are dressed,
pimples and blackheads will complete-
ly spoil your whole appearance. Peo-
ple Judge you by your looks, and a
face dotted over with pimples and
blackheads Is unattractive and dis-
tasteful. There is no excuse for this.
KRESKO will clear your akin imme-
diately. It is the only remedy for
eczema, rash, dandruff and all skin
diseases. Try it today.
KRESKO trial size, 25c. Large jar,
60c. Family size. *1.00. KRESKO
Soap, 15c a cake. Free samples by
addressing Kresko Laboratories Dept.
87, 460 Fourth Ave., New York. Sold
by Owl Drug Store, Square Drug Store,
Robinson Bros., and leading- rtrng-
Brownsville this week, accompanied | the lawn of Mrs. W. O. Cox, 607 N. Southwest Temple, and iB the third of
by Mr. J. B. Butts at whose home she I street, next Tuesday evening at the series outlined for summer work,
is a guest. |
James Hammer and wife, who have
been visiting friends here have re-
turned to their home in Mart.
Among other Bishop folk who have
gone to the Epworth encampment at
Corpus Christi are Rev. and Mrs. R.
L. Pyle and their children, and Mrs.
L. E. Appleby and Mrs. F. Z. Bishop.
W. G. Reynolds, wife and baby
from Bryan, were among the week's
visitors in Bishop.
Robert Hudspeth and wife were vis-
itors here this week from Hondo, re- \
maining Several days.
H. W. Rowe, accompanied by Mrs.
Rowe, came over from Houston this
week for a short stay.
Mrs. J. F. Gaffney and Miss Ella j
Buchanan, who paid a visit to friends
in San Antonio for several days have j
Misses Ruby Hollifleld and Mae
Lynn were among the week's visitors (
An interesting special meeting of J
the Woman's Home Mission society
of the Mtehodist church was held
Monday afternoon in the church.
Mrs. F. Z. Bishop, with her little
daughter. Annelle, have returned from
a visit with relatives and friends in
her former home, Royse City,
duck for cotton
ady made sacks.
THE FAIR AND RACKET STORE.
FOR REXT. THE NEW WTLSOW 5
THE NEW W IL8WK V
The first floor of the n>tr Wilson j
building will be subdivided Into five j
different stores, and will be rented
for the following modern and up-
to-date businesses only: Drug store,
Jewelry store, ladies' ready to wear,
gent's furnishings, millinery, music,
stationer), cigars, shoe store, barber
shop. This building steam heated,
Mired for electricity, piped for gas,;
and is the best location In the city.
We have many applications for these
stores, but prefer to offer tliem to
home people first. If interested ap-
ply Monday and Tuesday to W. A.
Brady of Brady & Black Hardware
Duck, real 8 oz. duck for cotton
picking sacks and ready made sacka
THE FAIR AND RACKET STORE.
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Boad lav *Wct» abataclea
John IX BOekafclJer fcal won the
by assisting-4a the construction
tiea. To obviate steep hills and
■iderably hie road assessment. The oil inn*
roads in Cleveland and Cuyahoga coat tt.
motoring over the
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