Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 19, 1914 Page: 12 of 12
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
m5f.r ' •" ■ •>
TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAT IS, 1914.
No matter what your
Shoe troubles have been,
we say try a Florsheim
for your next pair. Your
life will be one of su-
preme contentment if
you wear Florsheim
$5.00 the Pair
TRADE IP IS 10
TAKE PLACE SURE
DETAILS ARRANGED AND COM-
MITTEES GO TO WORK IN
rOTH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED.
Mrs. L. F. Paulus Reaches Helf Cen-
tury MUc Stone.
Mrs. L P. Paulus celebrated lier
60th birthday anniversary at her
home. 707 South Eighth street, yes-
terday afternoon. The home was very
beautifully decorated with roses and
a five o'clock dinner was served by
the hostess' daughters. Misses Mario
and Gertrude Paulus. Among those
present were: Mesdames Henry Pe-
tri, R. Kosi, Matt Bosl, John Snyder,
John Rohde, A. Wlllig, U. Lipps, H.
G. Wiggers, Fred Dauwalter, Henry
Meadows. Will Warrick, l,on Boylen,
Charles Enge, H. Brandies, Gus Iios-
ner, Elisa Fahrenkanp, Kev. A. C. Al-
bert and wife and Miss Erna Albert,
all of Temple; Mesdames Geo. Hen-
zer, (ins Kroker, C. Mailander and It.
W. Morris, all of Waco.
We have 416 miles of gas mains
which were constructed at a cost of
QUICK WORK OF
There's a world of comfort for tor-
tured skins In a warm bath with Res-
tnol Moap and a simple application of
that soothing, antiseptic Resinol Oint-
ment! In a MOMENT all itching and
burning are gone, healing begins, and
Boon the skin is free from the un-
sightly, tormenting eruption. Doctors
everywhere prescribe Kesinol freely
and have done so for nineteen years,
therefore it is not an experiment but
a treatment of tested and proven
value. Isn't that the kind of treat-
ment YOU want?
Resinol Ointment (50c and $1.00)
and Resinol Soap (25c), are also
speedily effective for pimples, black-
heads, dandruff, sores and many
forms of piles. Sold by all druggists.
F«C trial free, write to Dept. 21-R,
Rtttnol, Baltimore, Md. Insist on get-
tine: real Resinol, not something
claimed to be "just as good."
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.
TICKET SALE COMMENCES
Two Hundred Persons May Take the
Trip — Special Advertisement of
June 2» and Coming Chautauqua
Will Be Distributed En Route—An-
other Meeting Friday Night.
Tickets for the first trade excursion
of the season to ne conducted under
the auspices ot the Chamber of Com-
merce and Temple Ad Club will be
placed on sale this afternoon.
According to the committee in
charge of the sale only two hundred
were printed and only that number
will be sold.
It was reported by the committee at
a meeting held at the Chamber of
Commerce last night that already
seventy-nine persons had applied for
tickets but that no list of the appli-
cants was taken, It being the wish of
the committee to give every person
an equal chance to make the trip.
It was decided however to give each
member of the committee ten tickets
to sell and When they had been dis-
posed of the committeemen's work
ceased. Another rule adopted was
that no tickets should be promised be-
fore they are off the press as instances
[have been reported where a premium
has been offered for the ticket by
I business men who did not want to
i run a chance of being left off the
I party list.
Also each purchaser must reveal the
j firm which he will represent on the
excursion so that the publicity com-'
mittee may include the firm and -rep-
' resentative in the extensive literature
I to be forwarded along the route in ad-
vance to the coming of the special
| The price of the ticket will be $4,
which Includes railroad fare, dinner
at Taylor and wearing apparel. Only
members of the masculine gender may
purchase tickets and there will be but
an empty baggage car ahead, the com-
mittee feeling that as the excursion Is
conducted in the Interest of more bus-
iness that business principles should
bo applied to all arrangements Inci-
dent to the trip.
The following will dispose of the
Dan O. Wilson. P. L. Downs, Jr., C.
W. McKeehan, ffm, E. D. Hummel,
C. D. Seybold, B. N. Jarrell, W. W.
Lynch, C. B. McLaln, Rev. P. A.
Heckman, A. E. Murray, W. E. Dozler,
Roy R. Canipbell, Chas. H. Black,
Tom S. Wright, W. J. Baasett, H. K.
Orgajn, Thos. 0, Hall, T. C. Walker,
N. P. Woodward, R. D. Morgan.
Every member of the general com-
mittee was present at the meeting and
reports from the different chairmen
indicated that everything was In or-
der and that the Journey wonld go
through without a hitch.
Meet Again Friday.
A tentative itinerary was presented
last night for approval but several
changes were suggested and the list
of cities will be revised and presented
to the committee Friday night at 8
o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce.
An invitation was extended to the
Chautauqua committee to participate
in the trip and distribute literature,
advertising the series of events here
commencing June 15.
Special advertising was ordered by
many of the Temple firms yesterday
from M. B. Davis, Jr., of Waco who
is in this city with a complete line of
samples. The Chamber and Ad Club
ordered two hundred white hats for
When you buy your
Clothing from us, you
are Suited Twice.
You get the Suit of
Service and you get the
Suit to Suit y6u.
The Man or Boy look-
ing for something he
wants and something to
please his fancy can get
it here. If he measures
only the price we might
not Suit nim even once.
Outfitter to Man
HE WHS MISINFORMED
VISITING EDITOR DID NOT TAKE
KINDLY TO BADGER FIGHT.
Was Not a Witness to Contest But
Read of Fearful Bloodshed—He
Now Understands Fully.
BRAINS DULLED BY
Tenn.—"Many a time,'
•ays Mrs. jessie Sharp, of this place,
"1 wished I would die and be relieved
Of my (suffering, from woraanly troubles.
1 could not get up, without pulling af
something to nelp me, and stayed in bed
most of tne time. 1 could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally. I
look Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go io bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make thenrstrong. It acts with
nature—not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet tbeir nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all druggists.
Wriu t»! Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladled
dvisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Sftcial
*rlumi on your cam and 84 page book. "Horn*
meat (or Woman," In plain wrapper. N.G. 1U
Some People Only Hnif Alive; Dod-
son's Uver Tone Cleans You
Out and Wakes Yon l'p.
There was one editor on the Na-
tional Editorial association tour of
Texas who was much impressed with
the spirit of progress in Texas until
lie arrived at Temple. His name is
David Kemally of St. Paul, Minn.,
and while In this state \^slted with his
n phew, Charles Hopkins, of this city.
"I enjoyed my trip over Texas im-
mensely and it was a revelation to me.
I had expected to see some of the
rough mannerisms of the 'sixties' but
people of this state are no different
than in other states. With the ex-
ception of that barbarous badger
fight held in Temple there was noth-
ing occurred on the Journey that
would remind a visitor that Texas was
once the stamping ground of the bad
man and while I did not see the fight
I read in the paper that considerable
blood was shed between the two ani-
mals. I am sorry 'the fight occurred.
It spoiled a favorable impression of
Texas for me."
When Mr. Hopkins explained to
Mr. Hemally that the badger fight
was not as bloody as reported and that
in fact the hostilities were very "p«r-
lorlfled" the northern newspaper man
went into convulsions of laughter *nd
declared that for a sense of humor
Texans had the entire world backed
off the map.
Indigestion? Can't Eat7 No Appetite?
A treatment of Eleotrlo Bitters In-
creases your appetite; stops indiges-
tion; you can eat everything. A real
spring tonic for llvei\ Jtldney and
stomach troubles. Cleanses your
whole system and you feel fine. Elec-
tric Bitters did more for Mr. T. D.
Peebles' stomach troubles than any
medicine he ever tried. Get a bottle
today. 50c and $1.00, at your drug-
Bucklen's Amlca Sale for eczema.
Sehool for Delinquents.
WaVo, Tex., May 18.—To discuss
matters in connection with the con-
vision was niade by the legislature,
during Its sessions last year, a meet-
ing of the board of control and t^e
fiscal committee was held here this
afternoon. The chairman of the board
is Pat Henry of Fort Worth, who In- !
troduced the bill providing for the j
school. County Judge Q. D. Corley
of Dallas, heads the committee.
Another Victim of Horrors of Galves-
Belton, May II.—Mrs. Susie Ellis,
nee Susie Mahoney, was adjudged to-
day of unsound mind and was placed
in the insane ward of the county Jail.
Mrs. Ellis is another victim of the
nerve-wrecking horrors of the Galves-
ton storm. She with other members
of the Mahoney family escaped from
drowning by climbing to a small attio
room of their home. The house float;
ed several blocks from its original
site. Mrs. E#H# was peverely bruised
about the lows* llm(» and was con-
fined to bed for three months from
these injuries and from the fearful
nervous shock. Her father sustained
injuries from which 49&th resulted
ten years later. AH household goods
and clothing were lost.
The county is now caflng for some
half dozen Or more Insane. Tho In-
sane wards are AH and two of the
men have to be confined In cells In
the prison dfepartment.
tenyilated training school for delln
quetit girls in Texas, for which pro-
Real Estate Transfers.
Belton, M&y IS.—The following
deeds are on record In book 258:
Daniel L. Hodges to J. W. Nichols,
I 18-100 acres out of the Hodges 200
acre tract being % lot 150x123 feet on
35th street. Temple, $500. Deed giv-
en at Temple, March 28, 1914.
W. F. Etter et ux to Mrs. E. R.
Jeter, lot It 1-3x35 feet In Etter addi-
tion to Rogers cemetery. Deed given
at Rogers, Aug. S, 1911.
G. T. Mahler et ux to Eleanor Rop-
er, north 60 feet lot 9, block "B", Beil-
vlew addition to Temple, $4G0. Deed
given at Temple, January 27, 1914.
Mrs. P. M. Bicker to Rosa Baaer,
north 50 feet lot 2, block 9, Jones &
Moores addition to Temple, $1,200.
Deed given at DeDeon, April 80, 1914.
R. A. Cook et ux to Holland Inde-
pendent dchOol district, strip 7x679
feet adjacent to school lot, $21.80.
Deed given at Holln<-><1 *T' " r " " '
D. P. Fox et ux to Frank Doerlng,
lots 1 and 2, Mock. •», .
addition to Bartlett, $2,165. Deed
given at Roby, Texas, April 25, 1914.
Leo Krouse et ux to Theodore Peer-
son, 900 acres granted by certificate
1178, $5,265. Deed given at Texatjsr
ana, Texas, June 16, 1913.
W. F. Dowry to John W. Lovel,
north 60 feet of south 100 lot 1, block
1, Hack's addition to Temple, $1,000.
Deed given at Temple, Sept. 7, 1912.
Will Rancler to First National Bank
of Kllleen, lot 8, block 14, Killeen,
$7,000. Deed given at Killeen, May
J. F. Hair et uv to Jesse E. Jones,
lots 8,. 9, 10, 11. 12, block ? J. F.
Hair's addition to Belton and lots 1, 2,
3. 4, and 6, block 3, said Hair's addi-
tion, $600. Deed given at Beltortt
April 20, 1914. *
J. B. Douglas et ux to W. T. Hair,
25 acres t>f W. J. Shackleford survey,
situate in south section of survey, $50.
Deed given at Lometa, March 27,
1914. ' '
Bettle M. Smith to S. J. Vlck,
1 59-100 acres out of the C. Bendle
survey, being a part of the Mettle M.
Smith tract, $69. Deed given at Troy,
May 15, 1918.
Samuel M. Palmer et ux to W. Pal-
mer, Sr., 10.461 acres out of the Isaac
Bean 213 acre survey, situate at
northeast corner of said survey, $800.
Deed given at Killeen, Oct, 15, 191J.
J. A. Duke to E. J. Board, 114
acres out of the M. Turner survey
near route of Temple Northwestern,
$1,100. Deed given at Fort Worth,
May 4, 1114.
Doris Shaw to E. J. Engelt, undi-
vided 1-4 Interest In lots 2, 5, 8, 12,
17, 20, block 0; lots 1, 8, 7, 9, 12. 14.
16, 18, block 10; lots 2, 4. 6, A. block
11; lots 1, $, 5, #, 12, 17, 18, block 12;
lots 2, 4, 7, block 14; lot 10, block 17;
lots 2, 4, and 6, block 21; lot 3, block
22; lots 4, «, 8, 16, 18, block 2S, of
Heldenhelmer. Also lots 2, 5, block
21; lots 5, 8, in block 22; lot 5, block
24, In Killeen. Also lots 8, 6, 9, block
3; lots 4, 6, 9, block 12; lots 6, 8, 13,
18, 20, block 13; lots 8 and 10, block
16; lots 1, 3, 6, block 18; lots 2, 4, 6,
8, 16, 20. block 19; lots 2, 4, 8. 10,
block 27; lots 1 and 10, block 28; lots
2, 4 and 8, block ,29; lot 8, block 35;
lots 7 and 0, block 36, Pendleton,
$255.35. Deed given Chicago, III.,
May 6, 1914.
A crisp, clean, nutria '
ttoua food. For
where. Freeh in the
age, s cents. f
mSTERY SURROUIDS IT
AD CLUB LUNCHEON WEDNES-
DAY REMAINS A SECRET.
No One Knows Where the Meeting
Will Be Held or Who the Speaker
for the Day Will Be.
The funny little name
of the famous little
ginger snap that puts
fresh "snap" and
•'ginger" into jaded
appetites. 5 cents. /
The natural sweet*
ness and nutriment
of the wheat are re-
tained, giving them
a delightful flavor.',
! 10 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
Chairs Tennessee Valley Church.
Belton, May 18.—The chairs for-
merly used in the district court room
have been bought for the Baptist
church just completed at Tennessee
Velley. The ohalrs made four big
wagon loads and were carrier out this
afternoon by Geo. darner. F .t r»t-d-
son, E. O. Tabias and W. W. Wallace. !
The church will be completed for
the regular services to
first Sunday in June. This service
will le conducted by Revs. L. M. Oam-
brell and j. J. An
will be administered In the afternoon.
A protracted meeting will be begun
Friday night before the third Sunday
In June. '
The resignation of Rev. Mr. Gam-
brell as pastor of the church has been
accepted and Rev. Anderson called to
the pastorate. Mr. GambreM's resig-
nation will not take effect until after
the close of the revival meeting.
When constipation is having Its evil
effects on your body and brain, Na-
ture Ib doing her best to offset them
and overcomes the cause Itself. But
usually Nature cannot do this unaided.
In the past, many sufferers at such
a time used to turn to dangerous calo-
mel In hope of relief. For some peo-
ple calomel does appear to give a
temporary benefit, but as a matter of
fact It Is a poison that proves to be
Injurious and even dangerous to many.
If you have ever taken calomel you
probably have suffered from evil con-
ditions following its use.
But nowadays great numbers of
people have learned how to feel bet-
ter, brighter and healthier by taking
Dodson's Liver Tone Instead of calo-
mel. Indeed, this harmless vegetable
liquid Is recommended and guaran-
teed by C. L. Reynolds, druggist, who
will refund the purchase price to you
without question If you are not com-
pletely satisfied with it.
Get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
for only GOc and learn for ytourself
how easily and naturally It assists Na-
ture In getting rid of and correcting
Constipation and biliousness, how It
clears away the sick headache and
coated tongue and sets you right with-
out ache or gripe, without any Inter-
ference with your regular habits. Fine
for the children. They like to take it.
With the Large Capital, Surplus and Other Responsi-
bilities in the Total Amount of $780,000.00
Offers to Depositors a Dependable Banking Connec-
tion. Acquire the "SAFETY HABIT" with our Sav-
ing Department. We pay Four Per Cent on Saving
Accounts, compounded semi-annually.
59c to $7.50
Rubbers for men, women, boys
Rain Coats for Everybody
one half price
$1.00 Goods for 50c
$1.25 Goods for 65c
ON THE SQUARE
Belton, May 18.—The baccalaureate
service of the Belton High school,
class 1914, was held yesterday morn-
ing in the First Christian church. The
church was crowded with friends of
members of the class and quite a
number had to be turned away.
A splendid sermon was delivered by
Rev. E. C. Boynton. No other service
was held and each pastor in the city
took some part in the service.
.Several choice selections with
hymns by the choir and congregation
made up the-Jine music of the serv-
The high school class of this year
numbers thirty-five, thirteen of whom
The graduation exercises will be
held at Baylor College Thursday even-
The class play will be given Wed
Jeron Stoddard Visits in Belton.
Belton. May 18.—Jeron Stoddard of
Waco returns home tonight after a
short visit With his father*
—Mr. Stoddard Is Just baok from the
Mexican border where he had been
a member of Company K of Waco, He
says the boys got plenty of work but
not the kind they wanted. They had
plenty of patrol duty and plenty bf
Nothing Can ttydcrmlpe It In Temple,
JPeople are sometimes slow to recog-
nise true nverlt, and they cannot be
blamed, for so many have ben hum-
bugged in the past. The experience
of hundreds of Temple residents, ex-
pressed publicly through newspapers
and other, sources, plaoe Doan's Kid-
ney Pills on a firm foundation here.
Mfs. C, A. Woodln, SOS 8. Eleventh
St., Temple, Texas, says: "I was
cured of kidney complaint by Doah's
Kidney PUls and am pleased to recom-
mend them. I have previously en-
dorsed them through the newspapers
and you may continue to use my state-
ment Whenever I have a dull ache
In my baok and weakness of the kid-
neys, I get a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills at Booker's Drug Store and they
give relief. I -have often told my
friends and neighbors how quickly
they can be cured by Doan's Kidney
Prloo 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney PUIs—the same that
Mrs. Woodln had. Foster-Milburn
Pfops., Buffalo, N» Y.
Deep mystery surrounds the noon-
day luncheon of the Temple Ad Club,
which will be held Wednesday la this
olty from IS to t;, . ,
So far, the oomailttee In oharge of
the program has absolutely refused te
sclose the Identity of the speaker
or even tell where the meeting will be
held and no amount of persuasion on
the part of the local press has so far
been to any effect la breaking the
sphinx-like silence of those who c
to know what's what.
It is certain that the luncheon wilt
be held either at some restaurant, ho-
> tel or other eating place, but which
; of the many oafes, hostelrles, or
! luncheon places wHl do the work is
not at this time known.
It also stands to reason that some
illustrious orator will grace the meet-
ing with his presence, tor the local
Ad Club has established a precedent
for "live-wire" speakers that cannot
well be broken. Rumor has it that
the address will come from a certain
Dallas business man who Is seldom
seen In Temple but who is well known
here through his intimacy with Presi-
dent Woodrow Wilson and C. B. Mc-
Lain, the local druggist.
From aocounts this Dallas party Is
a great orator possessing a rtojl. high
baritone voice that penetrates » the
far recesses of any auditorium and his
eloquent manner of speech Is said to
be pleasing to the sense of hearing.
He is also noted for the loud red ties
he wears and the fancy vests which
bedeck the fore part of his anatomy.
When questlonisd yesterday regard-
ing the coming meeting President
Brady assumed an indifferent air and
replied "that the meeting, as usual,
would be held, that a good program
would be offered and that a large at-
tendance was expected." Other than
that he had nothing to offer and sug-
gested that the reporter be on hand to
write up the meeting when It oocur-
red. The reporter replied he would
be glad to write the story of the meet-
ing provided ha learned where the
meeting was to be held—otherwise It
would be Impossible for him to do so.
J. M. Carroll, C. L. Reynolds, C. B.
Mcl»aln, B. D. BaUgh and Dan Wilson
are assisting in the program for Wed-
nesday and it Is expected that one of
these will disclose some facts relative
to the luncheon In tomorrow's paper.
work to clean prickly pears from the
ground so they could get a place to
Bleep but that wasn't the kind of duty
that was wanted.
He stated however that the mem-
bers of the company regard as a com-
pliment the fact that theirs was the
first of the vplunteer guards to be
called out aud the last tp be sent
P. Valley-Post Oak vs. Holland.
Belton, May 18.—A large delegation
of citizens from the southern part of
the county were here this afternoon
before the commissioners' court rela-
tive to the boundary lines between the
Prairie Valley and Post Oak common
school districts and the Holland In-
dependent sohool district.
TOday, June ft, at If a. m. Is «w»
time Set by the court for the further
hearing of the matter.
' Laymen's Meeting.
Belton. May 18.—The Laymen held
a splendid meeting yesterday after-
noon at the Cupid Theatre. An ad-
dress full of good practical sugges-
tions and an earnest plea tot a noble
purpose In life with Christ as the
leader was made by Hon. w. 0. Cox.
Workers report splendid meetings
at Hummer's Mtll, Thres Forks, Tay-
lor's Valley and Wlltonvllle.
Big Registration Summer School.
Belton, May 18.—Prof. Peyton Ja-
cob, dean of the summer school of
Baylor College reports a large number
of students already registered for the
Director B. F. Keith of the Bell
County Summer Normal to be held In
conjunction with the summer school
of the college reports prospects for
the normal fine.
Iaspect our stock
while down town.
We can fit you out
with 'all kinds of or-
naments so dear to
the hearts of the
J. C. Dallas & Co.
Personal Workers Class.
Belton, May 18—The Personal Work-
ers Class of the Laymen's Movement
meets tomorrow (Tuesday^ night at
the Presbyterian church. Rev. E. I*
Storey is teacher. Alt are Invited to
Join the class.
Belton, May 1®.—fcllss Maggie Cow-
an of Nolanvllle Is gjtnong the visitors
in the city.
Mrs. Kyle Hamblen was A passen-
ger out on the noon Santa Fe for a
visit In Bellvllfe.
Henry A. Hanna. wife and son au-
toed to Temple yesterday and were
guests for dinner In the home of his
father. County Surveyor 8." D. Hanna.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ray,
Jr., a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avery Were here
today from Temple with a view of
Judge Bob, Cooper and J. B. Daniel
of Temple were here today from
Temple on business with the county
Engineers Klngsley and Smith were
before the commissioners' court today
on matters pertaining to the Temple
preclnot road map.
PITY NEWS BRIEFS
Robbie IJvlngston, formerly con-
nected with the Santa Fe at Lam-
pasas, has been transfered to Temple
where he will act as assistant bag-
The Altar Society of St. Mary's
ohurch will serve cream at residence
of Mrs. S. L Chartrand, fll« West
Avenue G, today from I to 10 p. m.
Benefit of new.altart. All Invited.
WiU Attend Meeting.
W. O. Haag, E. S. Fletcher and A.
E. Murray of this city will attend the
convention of the Southwest Qas and
Electrical association at Qalvestop
Wednesday to Saturday Inclusive.
Mrs. S. L Chartrand, West Avenue
O, and South Thirteenth street, will
seryg Ice cream for the benefit of St.
Mary's Altar Society from 8 o'clock in
the afternoon until 10 o'clock at night.
A general Invitation Is extended.
J. H. Deam and A. S. Smith of
Memphis, Tenn., are In Temple con-
ferring with city officials relative to
the purchase by the city of ft large
amount of corrugated pipe for use In
Installing culverts. Their product Is
said to stand a 0,418 pound test and Is
Just received a car
ot molasses feed, the
best cow feed on the
market its good for
horses and mules
A. B. CROUCH
New Vaudeville Team >
"A Soul Astray," C
A Two-part Society Drama
- by the American Players -
claimed to be cheaper In the long run
than cement or sewer pipe culverts.
Acts as Treasurer.
During the absence of Rev. B. A.
Hodges from the city, Rev. Custls
Fletcher will act as treasurer of tht
The May program of the Temple
Equal Suffrage association will be
held at the Carnegie Library this af-
ternoon at 8:80. All members of the
asoclatlon and friends are invited to
May Help Yob if
Longs Are Affected
Proper diet, fresh air and temperate
habits are beneficial to penoas suffcrlns
from Lung Trouble: but in a great many
instances report# aitow that the sddlttoa
of a medicine for Mjtt affection has ma-
ilt? helped in bringing about recovery.
"' h rears Hckman'a
s for Throat and
n«g* Whkh cot)
each tln>£ ^.mj
Alterative, a med;
1909, aVd Bei
fined me several weeks, each time t
bed. My doctor advised me to f#
In November I suited for D<
Col. After my arrival I met It:
£od,, who, upon
tlon, urced me
tive. 1 kept on
Improved fast .
turned home. I am entirely well, h*
a good appetlts and sleep well. When
- ' ~~ ■" eunds.
It) PAUL L fASNACHT.
bove abbreviated! more on request)
_ now well
arch, 1910, I fa
Jieft Denver my weight wag 130 poi
now weigh 10a, my normal weuh
God and Tour Alterative foi
JSckman'a Alterative has been ;
many years' teat to ba
for severe Throat and ]
duic.. vSr Ml. IV «U M.dlDf dfljpM.
Jobblug them off by the
package or by the thou-
sand. As low as $1.00 per
tl bueand. Better grades
higher. 5-lnch to 12-inch
Manilla aud White.
Dull Times-Small Profits
Call aud see them move.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 19, 1914, newspaper, May 19, 1914; Temple, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474636/m1/12/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.