The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 90, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 2, 1912 Page: 2 of 12
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THE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM MARCH' ""
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YOUR ORDER WILL BE CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED
• BY THOSE WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON THIS PAGE. A TELE-
* PHONE ORDER WILL RECEIVE THE SAME ATTENTION AS IF
YOU WERE ABLE TO CALL IN PERSON. YOUR GOODS WILL
BE DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE:
Remember These Numbers
Why should w« patronize the Inde-
pendent THe phone? Because It
maintains tft-nuine and aggressive
The present low rales and good
service have been obtained ojuiy
through its i ornpetitlon.
United Telephone Company
BuUi PUouee 401.
1 re* l>aii rery
Suburban Grocery Star*—My stock
Is complete and up-to-date. Country
produce a specialty. Brick Oimi*
Kusaian Sardine*. Fig Feet. etc. Bv-
.rything usually kept lu a first-claw
Me* flume l*. Old l'ltooes w and 170
Barbecued meats. Brains, Mutton.
Steaks, Sealshlpt Oysters, and In fact
everything that Is good In the meat
Una J. L ELY, Proprietor of
The Palace Meat Market
Use the Bell
And do Your
Shopping by Telt-
New Phone SMI. Old Plwue Ml?.
BALTIMORE CLEAVING AND
I-adies' and juitlemeiH clothes clean
ed and pressed Suits made to order.
JwKiies' tailoring neatly done . f"lean
and block hats First door west of
Farmers' State Bank.
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W. D. Bertrum
New Phone MO.
Old Phono 877.
Just across the viaduct. No use
going all the way to town to get the
best of everything In the grocery Una
Phono us and let us supply your ta-
ble. Country produce fresh and
Cale Brothers, Grocers
Old Phono »7.
New Phone M7.
Are you up-to-date? Th»n have
your clothes made by high-class up-
to-date tailors? We have just re-
ceived a full line of high claaa spring
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
done by the very best of skilled work-
men. Work called for and delivered.
Dauwalter & Sheppard
7c a day places all the
stores at your elbow.
ANYBODY'S TIME IS TOO VAL-
UABLE TO BE WITHOUT ONE.
New Phone 421.
Old Phone 205.
A complete line of fancy and sta-
ple groceries, vegetables, country pro-
duce. Between South Main and First
The Little Gem Grocery Store
Now Phone 410.
Old Phone *13
Cleaning, pressing and repairing of
clothes. Call for and deliver. Phone
me and I'll do the rest.
A. L. Beasley, Fine Tailoring
New Phone 633.
Old Plione 37.
Spring is coming, and with it you
will need hoes, rakes, spades, etc. Call
us up when you need anything in the
hardware line. We have the best and
can make the price right.
McGregor Hardware Company
Old Phono 50.
Neve Phouo 40.
Office and Dry Goods Section,
let us have your phone orders.
Prompt and courteous attention al-
ways. Millinery and Suit Parlors oq
Bentley Smith Temple Comp'y
Old Phone 208.
Mow Phone 73*.
Old beds renovated. We can mak*
you a new mattress te order aad de-
liver it the same day you order.
The Temple Mattress Factory
Old Pbooe 777.
Cut Flowers furnished on short no-
tice. Also plants of all kinds.
Fruit trees. Design work a specialty.
Temple Seed & Floral Co.
No. 39. Prompt Delivery
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Why worry If the washwoman
quits you T Simply ring for us aad
toll as your troubles. We can save
you lota of worryw
The Prairie Queen Laundry
Old Phone 327.
New Phone 78.
Back In business again and would
like to supply my old friends with
• groceries. 1 have the best that can be
obtained and can deUver immediate-
ly after receipt of order. Call me up.
J. A. Lugo, the Grocer
New Phone*: First Floor 37: Second
Floor 83. Old Phones: First Floor
07; Second Floor 177.
If you can't come, phone us your
orders. Auto delivery and prompt at-
tention. ; * -
JarrelPs New Mississippi Store
Old Phone 14.
New Phone 330.
Attention, mothers! Don't your
boy need a new pair of school pants?
Everything that's new In Knicker-
bockers at prices from 30c to 13.60.
Phone us your order or send the boy
down. We trill do the rest.
McCelvey-Hartmann D. G. Co.
Old Phone 64. New Phone 388.
High-class Furniture aad Fleer
Covarlns. Call us up aad let us at-
tend your wants.
Daniel & Jarrell
Old Phooe 208.
New Phone "39.
A hungry man's friend. Cheapest
staple and fancy groceries for cash.
Tall us tip over the phone and get
prices. Our store is on the road to
the country arid we have first V -e
of all country produce.
814 Fast Avenue A.
V. L. Montandon & Son
Both Phones S3.
THE BIG STORB,
THE CLEAN STORE
Try Spotless Flour and Blue T abel
Goods. They are the boat
W. A. Harkey, Grocer
Old Phone 370.
New Plione 387.
All kinds of mill and gin supplies.
Models and patterns. We can secure
you a patent through the patent at-
torney. We do all kinds of foundry
and brass work.
Temple Foundry & MachineCo
Phones No. 44
For Hardware, Granlteware, Tools,
' House Furnishings, Paint, Varnish*
Brady & Black Hardware Co.
Both Phones 43. Prompt Delivery.
Get In the habit of calling us when
your clothes need laundering. We
have the best equipped laundry In
Central Texas, and can give you >atls-
Old Phone 80S.
New Phone 808.
We are leaders of low prices. Dry
Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing,
Men's Furnishings and Groc-ries.
Phone me for anything In my lino.
Free and prompt delivery.
J. J. Marek & Co.
Old Phone S37.
New Phone 371.
We are prepared to supply th« gro-
cery wants of families Uving in town
as well as thoss who IIva across the
viaduct. Call us up and let us rhow
you how quick we can deliver the
i^anier & Monday
New Phone 148. old Phone 883.
Mine is the oldest South Side sub-
urban grocery store in Temple. My
goods are always fresh and I will de-
liver on short notice. Phone me.
Xew Phone 187.
Old Phone 467.
We can frame your pictures at a
very moderate cost. We also handle
paints, wallpaper, etc. Phone us your
Houghton's Paint Store
New Phone 341 Green. Free Delivery
The matter of groceries Is the most
Important question to be considered
by any family. X would like to be
given an opportunity to demonstrate
that 1 can give the best possible ser-
B. F. Giles, Proprietor.
Santa Fe Grocery Co.
No Phone at the Preeent.
Wholesale Cream. Some as good,
but none better.
Acme Ice Cream Factory
Old Phones 03 and 739.
New Phones 83 and 473.
Ring John Culpepper and H. u
Calloway for a sack of Peacemaker
Flour. Once used, always used.
New Phone 210.
Old Phone 233.
Complete line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Everything usually han-
Jled by a first-class grocery store.
l't*K>P« attention, paid phone or*
ders, and goods delivered immediate-
A m i
E. B. Lewellen
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Old Phone 3^8. . New Phone S87.
New location March 1, Temple
State Bank Building. North Main
street. The best work and material.
Temple Electric Company
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New Phone 79.
Old Phone 73.
Everything In Toilet Article*. Pre-
eertptione filled and delivered on
Robinson Bros. Drug Store
Both Phone* 378,
Hello! Hello! Hollo! The Arcide la
glad to fill phone orders and guaran-
. toes ss.tlsfactlon in. every ease. Dry
Goods. Notions, Novelties. ' Houe«
Furnishings, Granlteware. Dinner-
ware. Glassware, Tinware, eu*r
Toilet Articles, etc. We sell for less!
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 90, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 2, 1912, newspaper, March 2, 1912; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474739/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.