Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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TEMPLE, DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS,
Annual Reunion of Grey
Veterans Begins Today
Twenty-Sixth Gathering of Bell County U. C. V. Com-
, mences at Belton For Two-Day Program—All Is in
k Readiness and Warm Welcome Awaits Old Soldiers.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
reunion, and help the old soldiers to
Come <>i»e nnd all and have two
days of unalloyed pleasure,
BELTON, Aug. 9.-Already tlio
tlie city 13 taking on a gala appear-
ance "for the Confederate reunion
Which opens (tomorrow) Thursday
morning. Two handsome flags wave
irom the windows of Commander
JW. W. Upshaw's office, placed there
by Capt. James Boyd and Rlr. George
Rosborough. Other flags are to be
seen about the city.
Captain Boyd states that tomor-
row a handsome Texas flag will be
placed on the city liall which is on
the route from the city to the park.
Other decorations will bo used on
buildings and autos.
The band has instructions to be
on the public square by 8;80 for a
Arrangements are being made for
a short automobile parade of band
and veterans, accompanied by a
number of prominent ladles and ot'i-
er citizens before lino of march is
taken up for the park.
Unique badges have been pro-
vided for the occasion. This will be
the twenty-sixth annual gathering of
the Bell County Camp U. C. V. No.
The fo'Io\.ing is the Interesting
Thursday Morning, Aug. 10, 1910.
Tho Moffat band will form on the
public square at ft: 10 o'clock and
proceed to the park.
1. The camp will be called to
order by Commander W. W. Upshaw
at 10 o'clock.
2. Invocation by chaplin, Rev. P.
3. Quartette. Messrs. Will Young,
lfnrry Young, Fallahays and Bowles.
4. Address of welcome on behalf
©f tho city by Capt. James Boyd.
5. Response by H. P. Robertson
Jr, of Temple.
Life Insurance fur-
nishes the Only Way in
which a $25 a week Man
can create a $5,000 or
W. J. Bassett
Resident Life Insurance
6. Music by the band.
7. Annual address by Rev.
Hodges of Temple.
8. Music by the band.
Recess until 2 p. m.
U. D. O. Program Thursday After-
Call at order at 2 p. m.
1. Song, Daughters of Confed-
2. Recitation, Miss Gretta I^ove.
S. Solo, Mi.«s Iceland Means.
4. Recitation, "Baby Bell," Mary
5. Violin orchestra, Misses In-
land Means, Arlelgli Jarrcll, Louise
Yarbrough, Helen McCauley, Eileen
Yarbrough, Messrs. Harry Young anu
6. I'aper, "Winnie Davis,
Daughter of the Confederacy,'
7. Solo, Miss Ruth Denman.
8. Chorus, "Texas," Misses Bessie
Louiso Barton, J«ssie Louise Dock-
um, I,eta Willbanks, Ethel Fisher,
Fay Willbanks, tildays Everett, An-
nie Mae Easton, Eileen Yarbrough,
Lyndal Clabaugli, Mary Margaret
Geoppinger, Caroline Emhree.
9. Paper, Mr. Harry Young.
10. So!o, "They Made It Twice
as Nice as Paradise and They Call
it Dixie Band," Miss Ophelia Don-
It. Song, Daughters.
12. Violin orchestra.
Recess until 8:15 p. m.
Thursday Night, 8:15 p. m.
Music by tho band.
Experience meeting of the old sol-
Whistling numbers during the eve-
ning by Miss Ruth Denman arid Mr
Friday, Aug. 11, 1014.
1. Music by tho band.
2. Call to order by commander.
Address by Judge F. M. Spann.
Recess unlit 2 p. m.
7. Call to order by commander.
8. Music by the band.
9. Memorial address by
Song, selected, Miss
12. Election of officers.
13. Music by tho band.
Arrangements For Entertainment.
Ample park ground has been pro-
vided for any who may wish to camp,
the Stone park adjoining the large and
beautiful Confederate paik having
been secured for use during the re-
Thursday a basket dinner is planned
for the veterans and their families.
Each one wishing to contribute to
the pleasure of the veterans is urged
to bring a well filled basket.
The grounds and grand Stand are
bing decorated this afternoon by a
committe of daughters and veterans
Fine lighting has been provided for
The highways approaching the park
are in fine order.
The committee looking after the fi-
nances has secured from the mer-1
chants and other business men pledges j
amounting to over $100. 1
Incentive to Long
One of the most unique attentions !
paid the Confederate veterans tor j
soma time is chronicled In the follow- I
ing document duly attested and will
be an incentive to every veteran to '
strive for a long life:
This bottle of wine was made by Mr. |
and Mrs. W. S. Riggs in the summer
of 1915 and is here now deposited by
them In the vault of the Belton Na-
tional bank for safekeeping and to be
disposed of as follows:
When the membership of the Hell
County Camp, No. 122. of United Con-
federate Veterans, shall be reduced by
death, removal and otherwise, to two
members thereof, then and there re-
siding in Bell county, Tex., then said
bottle of wine shall be delivered by
said bank (or Its successors i to said
two surviving members of said camp
(or either of them, if the other be
physically unable to be present) and
said two survivors are requested to
meet together and to associate with
them a few of our old friends, viz:
Geo. W. Tyler, Newton M. Proctor, M.
H. Shanldln, Dr. Taylor Hudson and
Joe B. Ferguson (or the survivors of
them) and drink said wine in com-
memoration of the glorious and val-
iant deeds of the soldiers of Hell coun-
ty camp and of the Confederacy.
Deposited by said W. S. Riggs this
23d day of November, 1915, in the
presence of the persons who sign their
names with him hereto.
W. S. RIGGS,
GEO. W. TYLER.
W. W. J A MPS.
W. S. HFNTER,
N. M. PROCTOR,
JOE B FERGUSON.
Tre well filled bottle may be seen by
calling at the bank. Its quality can
be attested by those having tasted the
wine made by Mr. and Mrs. Riggs.
\ Cordial Welcome Welcome Waiting.
A cordial welcome awaits every vet-
eran, every veteran's wife and all oth-
ers attending the twenty-sixth annual (
reunion of Bell County Camp IT. C. V.,
not only from members of tho camp
but from all Belton citizens as well.
Commander W. W. Upshaw extends j
a' special invitation to the young peo
pie to join with the camp, enjoy thi
Miss Lord to Colorado.
Belton, Aug. 9.—Miss Ruth X.ord.
who for several years has been one of
tho most efficient members of the
force in the business office of Baylor
college, will during the coming year bo
with the A. &. M. college of Colorado
at Ft. Collins In the same capacity.
She left yesterday for Ft. Scott,
Kan., where stie will visit for several
weeks wtth relatives before taking up
her new work.
Miss Lord will be missed by a host
of ft lends in this city as well as by
members of the faculty and student
body of Baylor returning for work in
That she will win the same confi-
dence and love from her new associ-
ates is assured her sweet, gentle man-
ners and faithful, efficient attention
to duties devolving upon hor being a
safe guarantee of tho gaining of high-
Best wishes of friends go with her.
FREAK FASHION FROM LONDON IS
THE NEW "CAP AND BELLS" BONNET
Sacred Harp Singing.
Belton, Aug. 9.—The following In-
vitation was sent by Mr. Chaffln to a
friend in this city with the request
that It be given for publication to a
paper that everybody reads.
The invitation was handed to tho
The tenth annual session of the Sa-
cred Harp State association will be
held at Iredell Aug. 18, 19 and 20,
I 1916. For the benefit of those who
I may not know will state that Iredell
lis on the M. Ii. & T. Railroad. Better
j known as the Texas Central and is
twenty miles west of Morgan. All del-
egates will be cared for, rates will be
secured on as many railroads as pos-
sible. Every Sacred Harp Singer is
cordially invited to attend.
C. D. CHAFF1N.
Secretary-Treasurer, Iredell, Texas
Miss Den man Enjoys Trip
Miss Ruth Denman has returned
from Chicago where she spent some
weeks studying voice at tha close of
Free Catalogue and Full Particular/
C. L. M0REY, D. D. S.(
Stale Denial College
Flour is going Way
Up, and is already On the
Wheat at $1.30 a bush-
el means Big Price for
Those who raised
wheat this year are Inde-
pendent. They can sell
for big price or can keep
what they have and "Live
Prepare to Plant
Wheat. Ask us about it.
The Home Millers
The "Cap and Delia" bonnet.
The society promenades of London have produced nothing new in tha
way of style more interesting than the new "Cap and Bells" bonnet. It is
said to be unusual.. It has something of a Robin Hood effect that is at-}
tractive and there is a streamer of graduated plush balls suspended in Iho,
the eastern trip of one of tho Keith
Miss Denman reports a most pleas-
ant trip throughout.
She is delighted with her work un-
der Dr. ('has W. Clark in Bush con-
Judgment F<»r $!W,000.
Belton, Aug 9 The jury
district court today returned «
granting judgment in the case
Kd Carpenter vs the Senta F«
sum of $30,000.
This suit was taken up in thn court
Monday and prayed for damage
death of the husband of plaintiff.
The judgment was grant
for plaintilf and $(,000
tions for transfers adjourned this
afternoon until Saturday
* Some 1 -0 or mnro of the appli-
cations were refused,
Somo few were held over until Sat-
urday for action
Other matters will also como before
Oil Company Orgnulied.
Lampasas, Tex., Aug. #.—At a
meeting held at tho First National
bank building a gas and oil com-
pany was organized for the purposo
of drilling for oil and gas on the
farm of E. A. Groves, about six
miles from I<ampasan. Gaa was
struck last week in a well being
drilled for water, and oil and gas
experts c'alm that the prospects aro
About $1,000 was raised and the
company will be incorporated and
as soon as the charter can bo se-
cured tho drilling will bo resumed.
The company will be known as the
Ernest Gas & Oil company. Leases
have been obtained on about 3.000
acres adjoining the land. The offi-
cers elected «jire as follows:
Presidential F. Sewell; vice pres-
ident, C. ^ Ward; secretary and
treasurer, D. Culver Jr. Directors.
It. F. Sewell, C. D. Ward and E. A.
Former Henntor Thurston Dies.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 9.—John M.
Thurston, formor United States sena-
tor from Nebraska, died hero at 4
o'clock this morning. He had been
critically 111 for four weeks follow-
ing a heat prostration.
Senator Thurston had taken an
actlvo part In republican politics In
the state and nqjlon. He was chair-
man of the republican national con-
ventions of 1S88 and 1896. Senator
Thurston was an attorney. He was
68 years old.
Lot a little Wan Tad get it for you.
jury for the w.
tirl Jury I.veuwd.
? The district court
■ It was excused today.
1 $ 1 r.,000
for each of
County Board \djotiru* Saturday.
Helton, Aug 0. The County Hoard
of education which has I in session
fur tho past two days acting on peti-
llorso lUiin Away Ten Days
It Is Frightened.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same prlca.
I Oft S\M .
Rlgin and Waltham Watches. Fine
Diamond Kings, Leather Suit Cases.
Dur prices arc absolutely the lowest.
In the William Fox picture drama,
"Tito Eternal Sapho," a horse Is
struck by Thoda l'.ara, the picture's
star, and runs away from her father
in tho film story, tho drunken, cab-
man, (lubblns- a part acted by
Frank Norcross. That's the way It
shows in tiio film. Hut In the mak-
ing of the picture tho horse ran
away just ten days after 4t was hit
by a whip in Miss Iiara's hand. The
runaway did not show well In that
part or tho film taken tho first
time. The runaway was redone in
the same setting later, but that part
of the film showing Miss Kara strike
the horse was left standing.
Me* lean Robbers Caught.
Salt Lake City, Ctah, Aug. 9 —
Three Mexican robbers who lined up
nine customers in the Highland Hoy
store at Klngham today and escaped
with $.1,000 from the safe were cap-
tured by a posso soon afterward.
Tho robbers hardly had left the
store when the proprietor returned
from tho bank with $10,000 ho had
lust withdrawn for the Highland
Hoy mine pay roll.
Baylor CoHoro For Women
A (.rowing Institution Willi u Great
Fast and a Greater Future.
First class equipment; Modern dor-
initorlcs with private baths. Other
dormitories at reasonable rates, with
Loan Fund to assist. Strong academy,
special opportunities In all the Fine
Arts. Home Economies, Stenography
and Hook-keeping; Department of Ed-
ucation and Model Training School
enables those finishing tho Freshman
Class to receive first grude certifi-
cates from the Department of Educa-
tion. F.vcry graduate of last sessloa
has been placed for next. No other
college in tho South can make such a
showing. For catalog write
J, C. HARDY, President, Relton, Tex.
Removal Sale On
Going to Move Sep-
Selling Wall Paper,
Pictures and many other
lines at BIG DIS-
Come get the supply
while there's a BAR-
GAIN to be had.
Bouquet Jeanice Talcum
It brings to you the
combined odor of the
tuberose, the violet, the
heliotrope, the geranium,
the jasmine and other
choice flowers, all of
which are delightfully
Slnndard Price This Sale
35c Violet I>nlce Talcum Powder, 3
Rexall Violet Talcum
A powder that appeals to ladies and
children, and especially recommended
to gentlemen to use after shaving.
2 for 16c
2 for 26c
The name stands fur the highest quality, be-
ing one of the famous Violet Dolce Complexion
requisites. One of the best qualities of this
"-**">< .MTO,. J
Is that it does not
"show" when used
ly scented with the
\ iolct Dulee odor.
Brunette, White and
50c S" 51c
General assortment of drug store
goods at bargains lor you to select
August 10-11-12—3 Days Only—Thursday, Friday, Saturday
"WHAT IS A ONE-CENT SALE?"
It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price—then another item of the same kind
for lc. As an illustration: The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this
price, and by paying lc more, or 26c, you get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high-class
standard piece of merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices, and have
sofd you tor years.
A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING.
This sale was develuped by the United Drug Co. a an advertising plan. Rath
large sums of money in other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they are spene
it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a full-sized package of high standard merchandise
lc. It costs money to get new customers, and the loss taken on this sale will be welt spent n t ie
goods please you. v ,
Rexall Tooth Paste
A perfect dentifrice, antisep-
tic and deodorant,
whitens the teeth,
flat on the brush.
0nc 25c tXs26c
23c Stork Nurser... 2 for 26c
5c Stork Nipple 2 for Go
25c Ear and Ulcer
Syringe 2 for 26c
10c Stork Pacifier. .2 for llo
5c Medicine Drop-
pers 2 for Cc
25c Hot Water Bot-
tle Covers 2 for 26e
25c Eye Wash 2 for 2«e
25c Foot Powder... 2 for 26c
50c Internal Pile
25c Ko-Ko-Kas-Kets 2 for 26c
23c Mother Kroh's
Baby Cough Syrup.2 for 26c
25o Mother Kroh's
Colic Uemedy.... 2 for 26c
SOo White Pine, Tar
and Wild Cherry.2 for 51c
15c Toothache Drops 2 for ISc
2Eio White Liniment 2 for 2Go
25c Witch Hazel
Ointment 2 for 26o
25c Nice (Deodor-
ant i 2 for ?8o
25c Bottle Antiseptic
Solution I for 26c
13c Bronchial Tab-
lets 2 for 16c
25c Carbolic Salve..2 for 260
GOODS SENT BY PARCEL
POST ONLY FEW CENTS EXTRA
C. L REYNOLDS
THIRTEEN SOUTH MAIN
23c Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup 2 for 26o
60c Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup 2for51o
$1 00 Cherry Barl:
Cough Syrup. ... 2 for 11 01
23c Cleaning Fluid. .2 for 25o
25o Earache Reme-
dy 2 for 260
50c Eczema Oint-
ment 2 for 51o
$ 1.00 Eczema Oint-
ment .2 for $1,01
50c Catarrh Spray
Liquid 2 for 51o
25c Liggett'* Pure
Extract of Lemon.I for 26o
Fenway Assorted Chocolates
Contains an assortment of 44 pieces con-
sisting of Nougatines, Nut Pieces, Caramels,
Butter Scotch and Creams.
value in every particular.
It's a high class
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1916, newspaper, August 10, 1916; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474420/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.