The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 187, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 23, 1912 Page: 2 of 16
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WACO 0FF1CAL IS
Mr. I>. Ij. Nti'tioixxi Wis of What
"Ham Juic* lias I >« nit l«r
SUXDAY mormxq THE TEMPLE DAJLY TELEGRAM. »i«.
■■ ■ ■ -
Mr. D. L. Nicholson has ht^ld public
pooiflotk* in the eiiy of Waco tor the
last sixteen year®, lie served a? as-
sistant chief of police three years and
is now serving a I»re marshal fur th**
city. There |ir«? lew Waco m*-n bet-
ter known or more popular than Mr.
His experience with "Plant Juioe'
is but another demonstration of its
wonderful reconstructive, curative
and tonic properties.
Mr. Nicholson has long been a suf-
ferer from general derangement of
the stomach, liver and constipation.
Coupled with this has also t<een a
kidney ailment Many friends advis-
ed him to try the ne« tonic. Plant
Juice" which has created such wide-
spread comment through the enure
state He did so and the results are
of the most gratifying order.
I am highly pleased with Plant
Juice; and that reall> expresses it
mildly It has done me great good,
my stomach seems all right in every
particulary and 1 fe^J just like a dif-
ferent man and oue who is free of
*ches and pains and physical troubles
of all kinds. You can put me down
as a friend of Plant Juice and I will
gladly recommend it."
People are found everywhere who
sufter wiih malarial ailments with
kidney trouble, stomach trouble and
nervious debility Kidneys, li\er and
blood are deranged, sympathetically
or otherwise, from stomach ailments,
The entire nervous system is affected,
and melancholy, lack of vitality mor-
bidness, timidly and ofttimes hysteria
are the result. Indigestion, spots be-
fore the eyes, failing eyesight, gas,
bloating, heartburn, palpitation of
the heart, sleeplessness, numbness,
cold feet, headaches, dizzy spells, yel-
low skin, jaundice, poisoned blood in-
dicated by pimples, blotches, twinges
of rheumatism and the like are
among the pronounced and common
symptoms of a nervous breakdown
and of stomach trouble
Relief is immediately at hand for
all such suffereres in "Plant Jules"
and a permanent cure is certain.. No
tonic ever produced by science or put
forth from the laboratory of nature
has so quickly sprung into world-wide
popularity as has "Plant Juice."
Visit the C. L. Reynold's drug store
today. Talk with the "Plant Jules"
TAX COLLECTORS DECIDE TO
HOLD STATE MEETING
2 BIG CONVENTIONS
Including Man, Evolved by Atomic
| Force7" All are welcome.
Services at Christ .Church (Epteto-
j pal i today by the rector, Rev. C.
1. Holy Communion, 7:o0.
t. Sunday school. 9:30.
3 Service and sermon, 11 a. m.
4 Service and sermon, 8.00 p. m
A cordial welcome extended to all.
Seventh Street .Methodist Church
Sunday school at 9:40 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. W
H. Vaughan and at S:15 p. m. by the
Quarterly, conference will be held
Monday night at S.15.
You are cordially invited to aiF
RECENT RAIN TEST
CITY FILTER PLANT
Condition of River Malu<« Purifying
Difficult, But the Plant Make*
a Fine Show Inc.
Dr. J. L. Crawford, city bacteriolo-
gist, yesterday made the following
statement aa to ttte analysts of the
Temple water, before and after puri-
fied at the city filtering plant:
He port on Temple Water—Analyain
The efficiency of the filter plant
used by the City Waterworks of Tem-
ple la being proven more from time
to time when we have such unsight-
ly water to filter as we ha\'e had dur-
ing the last rains. The water such as
*• had before the last rain was easy
enough to purify.. Th«r bacterial ac-
count was very low, and In* than
three-fourths of a grain of alum per
gallon of water was required to bring
about the desired chemical reaction.
Not the slightest trace of alum equld
bs found in the Altered water. The
hardness of the water being due to
Hms satis found in the Leon river
water w ken the river Is low and the
dissolving out of lime in the cement
In the concrete clear water basin at
the filter plant. When the water gets
aa has been during the last rains as
fnuch aa three grains of alum per_gal.
Ion has to be used to precipitate the
oivtnie matter, and very slight traces
of alum, te. g. on# part of alum to
sight thousand parts of water) may
bs found tar a few hours but soon
disappears. In the last bacterllogical
examination twenty-three thousand
and si* hundred bacteria Were found
* IB one cubic centimeter, or fifteen
drops of raw water, and seventy bac-
teria In the some amount of filtered
Water, the filtered water being *9.71
Per cent pure This is the best show-
ing that the filter plant has made.
The bacteria found In the filtered
water were non-disease producing
germs such as are found in the soil.
Special prices on all jams, jellies
and preserves all next week at
Telegram want ads onng result*.
Will Meet at Same Time as County
aod District Clerks — Two Con-
ventions Will Probably (Jive
Attendance of iOO.
N. A Ensor, tax collector of Bell
.county and president of the State Tax
Collectors' association, went to Kort
Worth the latter part of the week to
meet with the executive committee of
the state association to arrange a pro-
gram for the meeting to be held in
August. The tax collectors at their
convention in Galveston last year
chose Fort Worth as the next meet-
ing place, but the executive com-
mittee yesterday decided to change it
to Temple and to hold the meeting
here at the same time that the county
and district clerks of Texas have their
convention, the latter having chosen
Temple last year as the place of hold-
ing their next convention.
The Information regarding th*
change of plans of the tax collectors
was contained in a telegram received
by Secretary Woodalt of the Cham-
ber of Commerce from Mr. Ensor Last
The combined convention of the
clerks and the collectors will give an
attendance of probably 500 Temple
will give them a royal welcome. The
exact date of the meeting has not yet
been set. but It will be in the early
part of August The sheriffs of Texas
will meet In Temple in August also,
but oil a different date.
Grace Presbyterian Church.
At 11 o'clock Sunday morning and
8:15 Sunday evening Dr. Hornbeck,
president of Trinity university, will
deliver addresses at Grace Presbyter-
ian church. All members and friends
and strangers are invited to attend
and are assured of a cordial welcome.
Church of the Disciples.
Meeting for Bible study at the tent
on Third street and Avenue A at
10:3 a. m.
Preaching by Elder W. T. Kidwell
of Fort Worth at 11 a. m. and 8:16
The Ladies' Missionary society o°
the First Presbyterian church will
meet with Mrs. J. R. Layne Monday
at 4 p. in.
West Temple Chapel.
Sunday school will be conducted at
3 p. m., H. S. Watson, superintendent.
Everybody Is cordially invited.
St. Mary's Church.
Holy communion at 7:30. Mass
and a brief sermon at 10:16.
Evening services at 8:16.
WEST LOOKS GOOD
SAYS K. S. HULL
t ( Hl ltCH NOTICES ♦
Memorial Baptist Church.
The Sunday school hour is 9:45
The school will open at that time.
The morning subject will be "The
Church that Pleases Christ."
At night the subject will be "A Man
Who Trusted God and What Became
of Him." The pastor will preach at
both hours. At the morning service
the deacon* of the church will have
•a important report to presefit as to
thf future plain* for our church work.
Every member of the church Is asked
to be present.
At the night hour a .very Important
announcement will be made.
Vou will receive a hearty welcome
to all the services of this church.
First Baptist Church.
Pastor J. M Dawson returned last
night from a successful revival meet-
ing at Pilot Point and will preach
at 11 a. m. today on "Progress and
the Changing Order." and at 8:15 p.
m., on "Timely Warnings of a Bril-
liant Banquet.'' He expects to meet
a large attendance of the Business'
Man's Bible Class at ths Sunday
Special music at both services.
< hrlstian Church.
Adams avenue and Third street.
F. W O'Malley, minister.
Bible school. Lord's Supper and
sermon at morning worship, begin-
ning at 10: IK.
Gospel preaching 8:15 p. m. Sub-
ject, "The foul's Alarm Bell." Bring
your friends to hear this. They will
thank you for it. Ever> body wel-
Santa Fe Officials Well Pleased Willi
Trip Over the Western Division.
Crops and Stock in Fine Shape.
"Things are certainly looking pros-
perous In the west," said Division
Superintendent K. S. Hull yesterday
Mr. Hull had Just returned from a
trip as far west aa Eden with Gen-
eral Manager Pettibone and other
officials of the Santa Fe. Mr. Petti-
bone and his party proceeded on to
Galveston yesterday afternoon on
Continuing, Mr. Hull said that
while some sections of the west had
suffered from the drouth before the
last big general rains came, that
everything was now so yreen and was
growing so rapidly that it waa hard to
realize they had ever suffered for
lack of rain. It Is the big railroad
man's opinion that, taken as a whole,
the west will produce bumper crops
this fall. The stockmen are also
jubilant over the excellent prospects
for grazing and stock water, and all
together that big section of the state
Is hopeful and happy.
BIG OAT BUSINESS
One Firm Received Eleven Thousand
Bushels From Wagon*—Price
Was 40 to 43 Cents
lirst Methodist Church.
Sunday school and other services
at the tabernacle on Seventh street
and Adams avenue at the usual hours.
At the morning service the pastor.
Rev. R P. Shuler, will preach on the
subject of sprinkling as the Bible
mode of baptism.
Rev. W H. Vaughan, presiding el-
der. will preach at night.
First Church of '.'hrlat Scientist.
Second floor Sherrtll building.
Reading room open 1:30 p. m. to
S:10 p. m dally except Sunday Wed-
nesday evening meeting H p. m. Sun-
day school 10 a. m. Services 11a m.
Subject for todav. "Is the Universe.
STARTING MONDAY JUNE 24th
THE MARTIN STOCK COMPANY
FEATURING THAT REALLY FUNNY BLACKFACE
IN HIS CRAZY CHARACTER CREATION
HAVE SOME BEANS?
ASSISTED BY DOC STEWART, VIRGINIA BURNETT, the
Texas Nightinglae; KLEIN WILSON, ANNIE RIVES.
!»0 ADVANCE IN PRICES. THEATER DELIGHTFFULLY
COOL. TWO FEATURE REELS OF PICTURES
ENTITLED "THE RETURN OF CAPTAIN
art ;4f| >
JOHN." an Imp, and "THE PRICE OF
PEACE," a Rex.
Get th« Crescent Habit
Yesterday was one of the biggest
days that Temple aver had In the oat
business, from the standpoint of the
local erop, or that brought to the city
In wagons. The A. B. Crouch Grain
company received 11,000 bushels dur-
ing the day, which is a little more
than ten carloads. Mr. Crouch said
that It was the biggest wagon day
that he had since entering the grain
business in Temple over seven years
ago. C. W. Barrett & Son and the
Childress drain company also each
did a big business. This is from the
crop grown close about Temple, which
Is only a small part of the business
handled by the Temple dealers, as
they are continually making large
shipments of grain bought at other
The price paid yesterday was from
40 to 43 cents.
REFLECTION ON HIS HONESTY
**#•11, I can't gay; Qruet may bs
boo est. for all I knoe:"
"Does that mean that yon 4ee't
know aa boaeet asaa whan ye* M*
Austin—A permit to do- business
has been granted to the Pbonlx Con-
struction Company of Hartford Conn.;
capital stock IS*.088. This company
will build the power plants for th»
Texas Light and Power Company at
Waco sad other points.
My Life Saved by Pe-ru-na.
Mr S S.
"I was for'
t r o u bled
years ago I
foot in the
tors and al-
so went to
"My friends told me to take Peru-
na, and I did so. I How feel that IV-
runa has saved my life. It Is the best
medicine on earth, and I would not
bs without it."
day. I could Jiot walk
a hundred yards without
The Truth About
No Soda in It At All, Rather a "Tem-
perance Champagne" Made of Car-
bonated Water ami the Juloea
Soda water, the delicious sparkling
drink yeu get lu the soda fountain,
Is not soda water at all. There is
no soda in it. It was simply "christ-
ened wrong" at the start because it
foamed like an old-fashioned drink
:they used to mafce with soda and vin-
egar, and aa la true in many instances,
the misnopier stock.
Soda water is pure water charged
"with carbonic gas. This carbonic gas
is the same gas that gives Ufa and
snap to champagne; the same gas
that is used in carbonatlng Appol-
iinaris or any of the pther mineral
waters. The soda fountain drink
known as "soda water" consists of this
carbonated water to which is added
purs fuit Juices, either with o» without
ice cream. ,
In fact, soda water, like cham-
pagne. la made from fruit Jules, sugar
and carbonated water, and therefore,
it might be palled "temperance cham-
pagne," a champagne without alco-
hol. invigorating but non-toxlcatlng.
Soda water ltsslf, that is, the pure
carbonated water, Ip a mild stimulant
—a positive aid to digestion.—a great-
ful delight to the stomach; and the ef-
fervescence of the.aerborilo gas helps
to throw off Any Injurious gases that
may have fortbed in the dlgeatlve
tract. It is normal food—wholesome
Carbon is one of the principal
streigth-glvlng elements of food, and
carbonic gas In Si la water is undoubt-
edly a food as well as a tonic and
stomachic. Carbonated water stimu-
lates circulation and respiration—
deeper breathing, rather than more
India physicians Insist that people
drink no water except that charged
with carbonic gas C02; and the use of
carbonated watfcr Is credited with a
large part in the success of the Brit-
ish government in checking the rav-
ages of the cholera.
The invalid Stomach that cannot
hold even pure spring water welcomes
carbonated water. For more than a
century wise physicians from all over
the country have sent their dyspeptic
patients to Saratoga Springs, New
York, Where they could drink the pure
water—carbonated by nature—that
bubbles up from these famous Ice-cold
When you drink soda water at Wil-
lis & McLaln's fountain you get the
same pure water With exactly the
same sparkling carbonic gas that you
would get at Saratoga, except that
Daddy Otto and Johnnie give you your
choice of some delicious pure fruit
Juice, sweetened with cane sugar syr-
up, to please the palate, and if you
like It, some rich, wholesome, nour-
ishing Ice cream in the bargain.
The syrups used at our soda foun-
tain are made from rich, ripe fruits.
In great "spotless-town" laboratories,
under conditions of scrupulous clean-
liness, by manufacturers who are as
Jealous of their purity as a woman of
her good name, or a banker of his
Bountiful nature has given man no
more delicious, more grateful, more
wholesome food than fruit, and the
fruit you get in yotar soda water is
the best fruit the most favored fruit
The tartness and "snap" of fruit
comes from either eltric or tartaric
acid. Citric acid is what makes limes
and lemons sour.aor what gives the
acidity and snap t% cranberries, cur-
rents, raspberries, etc.
Tartaric acid is found In a great
many other fruits. Both these acids
have the tendency te cool the blood—
to overcome feverhrimeae- conditions,
either when due to eateraal or inter-
The American civilisation of today
Is run at such a fever heat, with young
and old rushing and struggling with
such an Intensity of effort, that It is no
wonder that the demand for cooling,
acidulated. fruit-flaVored drinks is
growing by leap* and bounds—a
growth founded on merit and there-
The fruit syrups used are also full
of nourishment, as the "meat" of the
fruit goes into them, particularly
where the beverage selected has
crushed fruit, or whole fruit as a part
of Its make-up. v
So my good friend, when you drink
soda water voa are treating yourself
to pure water, sparkling with a
wholesome, healthful gae. and flav-
ored with Juices of fresh, ripe.fruit.
Can you imagine a mere tempting
combination of good and wholesome
things ail la one. r «
Depend upon it; anyone who so
much as whispers a word against the
wholesomeneas of poda water is will-
fully or thoughtleeaiy repeating a
canard started fer selfish
The Texas Store
If your purse is limited and your old last winter
suit is getting too warm for these summer days,
come to us and let us help you out of your dilem-
ma and into a summer suit. You will be sur-
prised what a nice cool suit you can get here
for a small amount of money.
Laundered Shirts from the
medium priced to the best.
Men's Soft Shirts—Just the
thing for this time of the year
Handkerchiefs and Ties.
Better lay in a good supply of
Handkerchiefs now, as we
have an extra large assort-
ment, and they are going at
extraordinary low prices.
We also have enough assort-
ed Tics to 'tic" every man
in Temple. Come in and make
your selection. •
Our Grocery Department contains all that is new
and fresh, and we are very desirous of demon-
strating to the housewives of Temple just how
complete our line is and to also show how
ly and satisfactorily we can fill all orders. We
are in business to make money, bijt realize that
we can't succeed unless we please our customers,
no matter whether they are small ones or large
When |the question comes up
as to where you shall buy in
the way of groceries, canned
goods, fruits, vegetables or ta-
ble delicacies, you can settle
it to your complete satisfac-
tion by telephoning your or-
der to this store of dependa-
Picnic days are here. We are
especially prepared to supply
all needs of a picnic party.
O-N T-H-E S-Q-U-A-R-E
STOP LOOK LISTEN
-THE OLDEST AND BEST-
A Two-reel Biograph Feature Entitled
A thrilling story of the Early West, exciting from,
start to finish.
If you fail to see this fiction film you will regret it
as soon as your friends tell you about it. So be on
time to see it all.
AL DUNLAP will sing in Illustrated Songs, and also Spot Light
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE
CITY NATIONAL BANK, Temple, Texas.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL It, 1*11
AS MADB TO THE COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY
Loans and Discounts $-17 1.798.27
U. S. Bonds
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixture* ..
Cash adn Exchange f 140.390.67
Bill of Exchange .... ... 27,316.03
. 585,000 00
Capital Stock $100,000.40
Surplus and Undivided Profits (net)... 108,023.03
Bills Payable 00.080.00
Deposits 458,OS 1.05
1 Certify That Ths Above Statement Is Correct
W S. ROWLAND, Cashier
reasons, or because of lack of knowl-
edge of the true facts. Don't let them
do it any more.
Yours for health
WlbLIS & McLAIN.
"The PIU Carpenters."
♦ CITY NEWS BRIEFS ♦
To Colorado by Auto.
O. E. MoCelvey and family, with
nurse, and Ouy Sherrill. will leave to-
morrow morning by auto fer Colo-
rado, where they will spend the sum-
mer. The route chosen will take
them through Lampasas. Brownwood,
San Angelo, Big Springs. Lubbock
and Amarillo. From AmartUo they
will head for Lamer. Col., and thenc«
to Pueblo. Colorado Springs and
Manltou. They will engage quarters
for awhile at one or the other of the
latter named places, whichever ap-
pears to them offer better advan-
tages after they reach there. Later
they will go to Boulder and Estes
Park. They will divide their time
between a number of Colorado points,
rning to Teiajile a^bout the first
Jfi <iandi«n* Th» «un
d a g«Sl Met* ai
aftlprCity pirk afte4
in tfie interest his candidacy.
He said that an Invitation had been
extended to hie opponents te dirid*
time with him and that hs waa sorry
that they were not present. Mr.
Lemly discussed at length his own
position and platform with regard to
the duties of the office of county
judge, and criticised the positions of
Ptcalc at North Kim Ball.
The Telegram has received an-
nouncement from the committee at
Ocker of a picnic te be held at North
Elm Hall on next Thursday, June 27.
The circular states that Hon. J. F.
Wolters end Governor Colquitt have
bean extended an invitation to speak.
All couoty candidates will be given an
opportunity to present their claims to
the people. Dinner and supper will
be served by the ladles ef the O. H.
D. S. lodge.
Baptising This Afternoon.
The tent meeting by the Church of
the Disciples on Third street and ave-
nue A continues to grow In Interest.
There have been fire additions to the
church to date. Elder W. T. Kidwell
announces as the subject for discus-
sion this morning, "The Last Commis-
sion and Its Application by the Holy
Baptismal services will be held at
the First Christian church this after-
noon at 4 O'clock.
Father Heck man states that the
summer school at the St. Mary's
school will begin tomorrow morning
at » o'clock. The school will be es-
pecially fer the children who did net
pass their examinations in the regu-
lar term, and fer poor children who
have been unable to pay their way in
Oata Marketed at Pendleton.
W W. Littlafield, vice president of
the First State bank of Pendleton,
was among the visitors In the city
yesterday Mr. Littlefleld stated that
Pendleton hsd received 440 loads ot
oata for the season te the time that
he left home yesterday.
WILL MEET WITH
The Wedemeyer academy commit-
tee held another meeting yesterday
afternoon to check over the subscrip-
tion lists and the names yet remain-
ing to be seen. A special committee
was appointed to continue the solic-
iting Monday, and conference will be
held with Prof. Wedemeyer Tuseday
Cat ths weeds en your vacant lots
and around your place ee the ground
can dry off and knock out ths mos-
quitoes and fllsa
Clean up your trash and tin cans
The trash wagon got behiad, but
will be up your alley In a few days.
Clean op trash. Cat WF»d« Swat
* L. CHAMCAN,
H4-«* City Health Officer
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