The Temple Daily Telegram. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 6, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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THE TfflCPLI DAILY TELEGRAM, TBffLE, TEXAS, MOKDAY, OCTOBZE 8, 1806.
in need of batteries specially adapted for this
l work see us. We have the best battery
for special ignition work.
Temple Electric Co.
W.'.Poste Carr Mgr.
Uphone 599 New Phone 567
THE KING'S DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL. ^
nital building. Every room an outside room with East
V—th ptDOSure. No-rooms on Wert aide . Situated In corporate
H »r!tv on a high magnificent view o( entire East end of the
I Halts or 11J j perfect> one of the finest and most thoroughly
r 1Btyed operating rooma In the State. Location la free of the nelse,
[jSleMd dust of the city. , e
MRS. R. L CULBERSON. Sunerintendent.
[rhe Temple Sanitarium
I Fifth Itmt •Bd Avanus E
I Brick Structure especially equipped for the care of pa-
| A Modern » U(nU re<,ulrlng Burglcal attention.
Ko Contariou* or Inlectiou Diseases will be received
L« 1 H PARSONS. MISS WILMA CARLTON.
IJUB. n. «■ Slin(,H
Belton, Tex., Oct. 5.—Manager Up-
shaw of the Belton Fair, says that
some exhibits of farm product*, and
some stock have been installed to-
day, and that the prospects tor the
opening tomorrow seem encouraging.
Secretary Monteith desires to call
the attention of the public to the fact
that the Traction Company will give
excursion rates during the week.
Election Notices Posted.
The people of forty three voting
precincts have doubtless observed the
large notices of election that have
been posted for the coming event in
November. The sheriff's department
did some hard work to get these no-
tices posted in time. They came in
late and Mr. Burkes was compelled
to have them up by Saturday night,
which he did by employing extra
men who personally attended to the
Supt. of Nurses
[jjlephone your order to the Cash FeecfStore
Hay. Corn. Oats or any other kind of Feed,
A. E, Childers .
I South lain Stmt
11*8 PLEASANT TO BE SERVED
Bo promptly and perfectly as yuu are
et this restaurant And the service
Is only a foretaste of
THE FINK MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It la said that the way to a man's
heart ta through hie stomach. We
are sure to reach your'* If you will
drop In and try our bill of fare. If
perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and
perfectly served, will gain your
friendship, we are absolutely sure of
The county court has been working
on the criminal docket today.
L.. Scott confessed to carrying a
pistol and was assessed more than
one hundred dollars.
The case of State vs. Walter Cloud,
charged with disturbing public wor-
ship was taken up for trial.
Colonel Wattenon'g View of
(From the Louisville Courler-Jour-
Democracy now, as ever, meets the
rant and cant of prohibition, which
does not prohibit, but breeds red-
nosed angels—meets the hysteria of
prohibition,' which dots not prohibit,
but multiplies lunatics, hyprocrltes
and law breakers—meets the despot-
ism of prohibition, which does not
prohibit, but promotes tyranny, adul-
teration, extortion and smuggling—
with local option, which, established
in home rule and supported by popu-
lar consent, limits and regblates that
which has never been extinguished
from the face of the globe outside of
Turkey, vhere intoxicating beverages
wines and malt liquors have been re-
placed by death dealing drugs.
The Une between'local option and
prohibition is the line between Ma-
hometanlsm and Christianity; on the
one hand, the woild of free will and
Intellectual progress, of civilization
and the arts, on the other hand an
effete world dying of dry rot, no up-
ward movement.and no achievement
and no hope.
Prohibition is republicanism. It
is Federalism. It is centralism. It is
paternalism. It is opposed to every
principle of home rule and individual
liberty. In the South it is a Trojan
horse relied upon by the republican
party to divide the people on a mis-
stated moral Issue In order that re-
publicanism and trustism and pro-
tectionism and predatory wealth may
get In their deadly work.
DIVINITY OF CHRIST
Suits filed today: Ford Page. vs.
Kate Page, divorce.
C. F. Ferguson vs. B. H. Guess,
Licensed to Wed.
D. L. Lawson and Miss Pearl Wi-
Jas. V. Macek and Miss Mary Moy-
Richard Thless and Miss Eugenia
Bralthfal. Refreshing and Invigorating
A pure Malt and Hop product, but
contains less than one-half of 1 per
cent, of alcohol, which brings it under
the 17. S. Revenoe regulations for soft
drinks Ask for It at soda fountains
and soft drink stands. Prepared by
Jut received a fresh lot of Gun-
Iter's fine candies of all kinds.
' 1EYH0LDS' SEW DRUG STORE
1 THE TROTH
Horse and Mule Market. Come and
Im tor yourself at Whlteley's wagon
Iffi. High class driving horses a
|gttlalty, 265 tf
C. E. THOMPSON, Mgr.
| Mi Mini Orpin
IIDOHEY'S BOOK STORE
I have moved my
plumbing shop to
1st. street next door
I Times Office
Where I have
Parge Shop and Store
M cheap rents,
pe me your work
Ml will Guarantee
ill of my work and
Pfice will be reason-
At Salem, S. Dak., there le the Reg
lster edited by a woman. Nana E. Gil-
bert, who claims that while man may
have Invented the lodge, woman was
at the bottom of it My wife has al-
ways Insisted that the lodge was In-
vented by the "devil himself," but
here is what Mrs. Gilbert says:
Lodge was invsntsd by King Solomon
not because he wu wise but became he
was much married. Let It not be under-
stood that he la to have the credit for
starting the works: the theory that
woman is at the bottom of everything,
good or bad. was In force, then an now,
and it Is easy to see through her little
lodge game. The king had a whole lot af
wives, poor man! and of course each one
of them wanted Sol for her own honey-
bunch, or If she didn't want him, she
didn't want the others to want him to
want them to want—oh well It can be
aean what an awful mix-up the whole
flock was mixed up In. Then it wu that
they got together on a plan to Inoculate
the head of their housea with the lodge
bug, knowing that It would hold him at
least two nights a week-two nights and
numerous specials In which they could
all breathe easy knowlnx that, for the
time, he was married only to his lodge
Bo It happened that Solomon together
with some of his playmates who were
likewise Inoculated with the bug through
petticoat wiles, got the system started.
It has stood, grown, flourished and been
handed down from one set of foolish fel-
lows to another, not became man Is en-
raptured with the mysticism of the
monkey-shines, not by a whole lot, but
because woman Is still at the bottom of
It As times changed and man had fo
settle down with one wife, poor woman,
wlfle had picked up a bit of arithmetic
and figured that MS and sometimes M6
evenings were quite more than enough
times to be looked at In a year. Even
the pretty looker as well as the plain
ones could see the point and the lodge
has been voted to stay. Lest It should
lose some of Its attractiveness, woman
•till stlmulstes interest In It by pretended
opposition and artificial kicks, she fusses
about tats hours, lost sleep and cold feet
when 'way down In her heart she is glad
the man Is out for a good time that
doesn't let him In for any very bad
Old Cap Whipple Indignantly denies the
rumor that he got hla wooden leg from
drinking too much wood alcohol. There
la one difference between wrttln' poetry
and workln' in a sawmill. Ths feller that
works in a sawmill kin make a living at
It Chet Blinks, our popular and con-
genial paperhanger and painter, has got
Kl job paperln' Amos Butts' hearse, the
ath and plaster havln' been somewhat
' cracked during the race back from James
Jepeen's funeral. Hank Tumms says,
what's the use of all this talk about a
water wagon when the roads are all cov-
sn-d with snow and It ain't dusty none?
H«oy K. lloulton.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Wire Chief Sam B. Dibble of the
Southwestern Telephone Co., was call
ed to Rogers yesterday to attend to ]
some telephone trouble. His return
was at the first opportunity, as Sam
Dibble Jr., now a Vsreek old, was lone-
some without him.
Messrs. J. M. and E. F. Dough-
erty left this afternoon for Stanton,
Texas, where they go on court busi-
Tom Jones, for some months engine
watchman for the Katy here, left
yesterday for Smlthvllle, having been
called to do extra work as a fire-
man on the main line. His position
was tafcen by Jim Springer of this
Mr ."" and Mrs. James K. McBeath
came in yesterday from Bastrop and
will make Belton their home.
Miss Susie and Mary Conneli came
in this afternoon from Waco.
Mr, A. J. Embree has gone to
San Antonio to attend the convention
of employing printers.
Dr. Griffin of Nolanville was here
Prof. W. B. Miller of Kilieen was
in the city this morning.
A. J. Evans of Little River was
a Belton visitor this afternoon.
Mrs. Blanche Rucker was over
from Temple, yesterday visiting rela-
Cecil Dow left today for Stone-
ville, Miss., to be manager of Cor-
nelia plantation for his uncle.
The Baptist church has arranged
to put in a ney system of electric
lights, the work to begin at once.
The young lady students of the
Baylor College, and the pupils of
the public schools will take part in
the fair street parade tomorrow morn
A. G. Blatherwick, who suffered
from a stroke of appoplexy on Sat-
urday morning Is doing as well as
could be expected, and it is hoped
he will be up in a few days.
This ailmeut. is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles for the
small of the Hick, and is quickly
cured by applying Chamberlains Lin-
iuieni iwo or three times a day and
massaging the parts at each appli-
Tou have met the blatant fellow
Who is \ sure to know It all.
He's no rara avis, reader-
Whistle and he'll hear your call.
On the train or In the station
You will see him butting In.
He's the fellow that the nation
Needs to show us how to win.
He la onto war and tariffs,
Has a money system, too;
Knows the ones to trust In congress
And lambastes the filching crew.
He Is shabby-like and faded
There are grease spola on hi* coat
But he knows the whole blamed prob-
He is wiser than n goat.
Strange a man who has his wisdom
Owes for sugar In the town-
Still we meet a lot of spouters
As we Journey up and down.
If the world would only listen
And then act on what they say,
•Twould be Just a step, I'm thinking.
'Til the Resurrection Day!
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There seems to be a difference ia
wires. Some men admit to their best
friends that if they were to beooma
widowers they would never marry
again! Of course they love their
wife and all that—but then, oh, Well,
you know! And there's the other
crowd of men. They insist that mar-
riage is the only real thing that ever
happened and bemoan the tact that
they didn't get married earlier. One
who remained single until he was 40
now has a son and he says if the
young duffer doesn't get married when
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and says, "Behold the land of my
birth;" the Englishman to the vine-
clad hills of England and says, "There
Is where I was born;" the Italian to
the citron and olive groves of Italy,
and says, "that was my home;" the
Frenchman turns to France with its
historic culture and vine-clad hills
and says, "this is my home," the Ger-
man turns to thoughtful and philos-
dphlcal Germany and says, "There
is where I was reared,'—the Ameri-
can turns to the Land of the Free
and the Home of the Brave! But
0 J6w! where Is thy home? Let
Irishmen, Englishmen, French, Ger-
mans, come to this country, and they
will intermingle and entwine among
each other until you cannot dlstln-
ulsh one from the other, but a Jew
ay remain here forever but he is as
distinct a personage as he was when
he landed on our shores. You talk
about a miracle; go look in the face
of the next Jew you meet, and you
will see a living one, that has come
down htrough the ages Into your
presence. Not only that but the
price that would be paid for his be-
trayal was told six hundred and
eighty-three and one-half years be-
fore the bargain was made. In
Zech. 11-12-13 we have this langu-
age: "So they weighed for my
price thirty pieces of silver, and the
Lord said unto me, 'cast it unto the
potter' * * and I took the thirty
pieces of silver and cast them to the
potter in the house of the Lord."'
Why did the prophet say thirty pie-
ces of silver?, Why did he not say
gold? When Judas went to bargain
with the chief priests he covenanted
with fhem for Just thirty pieces of
silver. They would have given him
a hundred, yea five hundred, had he
demanded, for they hated Jesus In-
tensely. But he made the contract
price, and received in payment just
thirty pieces of silver ($15). We
have always spoken of Judas as be-
ing a very mean man; probably he
was, but I have no doubt you have
meaner men in Temple than Judas
Iscariot, men who will sell their
Lord for less than fifteen dollars,
and keep the money to boot. Judas
cbuld not keep the money—It would
have burned a hole through his pock-
et. He was compelled by a sense
of his guilt to bring It back. He
brought the money to the chief priest
and said, "Here, I have betrayed in-
nocent blood." They replied, "What
is that to us? See thou to that."
And he threw down the money in
the temple (house of God) and de-
parted. They took up the money, and
said, "it is not lawful to put this In-
to the treasury, it is the price of
blood; lut us buy a potter's field and
bury our stranger there." Since that
time there is a in every cemetery, a
little patch of ground where the tall
weeds grow, and the grass Is un-
mowed, nothing but little mounds,
not a gravestone is there, that is the
potter's field, and it has come down
through the ages to us, in attestation
to the truth which it represents.
In Psalm 69, 21, spoken by David
We have all the truit and vegetables the market affords
—i~i—w-^ri-rrrr "iP" ~
ADD 25 per cent to the appearance
of your home by having one of
those new fences. See J. W. Weems
at Bruner & Girdenhire's. Both
phones. 274 3lp
WANTED—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping by couple with-
out children. Address J. G., Care of
Telegram. 273 3t
STORE FOR RENT—Adjoining Pos-
tal Telegraph office, in Temple
State Bank building, formerly occu-
pied by Henderson & Muirhead
FOR RENT—Most (jomplete suburban
Residence near Temple, one mile
north. Outhouses, barns, smoke and
storm houses; city water; and 16
acres of land. Apply W. Goodrich
Jones (276 tf)
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms, all modern conveniences.
Mrs. M. A. Butler, 108 N. First
street. 275 3tp
FOR RENT—Furnished room, 117,
S. 16th street. Old phone No.
278—2 rings. 273'dh
FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms
with all conveniences on s^me floor
No. 18 N. 7th street. Mrs. J. P.
Moynihan! 272 tf
FOR RENT—One large front room
furnished, 311 N. Main St. 270 6t
FOR RENT—One desirable room fur-
nished for bedroom 315 North
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms to
men, convenient to shops. No. 8
N. 11th street. 224 —
a thousand years before Jesiw was
born, we have this language: "(They
gave me also gall for my meat, and
in my thirst they gave me vinegar
to drink." While Jesus was upon the
cross he said "I thirst," and a Roman
soldier filled a sponge with vinegar
and gall, and gave it to him to
drink. What would be done with
the body, or the treatment received
was foretold by the prophet, Psalm
34, 20, David said; "Not a bone <*'
him shall be broken." Zech. 12, 10
"Shey shall look on him whom they
have pierced." After criminals had
hung upon the cross for a certain
length of time, the Romans would
A chorus of trained singers is to
be organized in Belton, under the lea-
dership of Dr. Hans Harthan, music-
al director of the Bayior College. A
meeting will be held i nthe public
school oudltorium tonight, to which
every singer In Belton is Invited.
The Best lineo of
"town. New POST GARDS
Pryday. Best F13H and
1 «• ouva n*.
Hare your prescriptions filled by
a graduate of Pharmacy—C, L. Rey-
nolds Ph. G.
(Don't Scratch) Is sold by druggists
everywhere on a positive
guarantee to cure Dan-
druff and all Scalp
Troubles, Tetter, Ecze-
ma, Itch, Ringworm,
Face and Hands, Pim-
ples, Itching Piles, Sore,
Sweaty, Blistered Feet,
Cots, and all Irritations
of the Skin. Does not
stain, grease/or blister.
Two Slses, SOo and
fl.00 bottles. Trial
Site 10c. Mailed direct,
> on receipt of price.
mm MURINE CO.. Iillat, Tim.
For Bale by J. J. BOOKBR.
Yesterday quite a number of the
members of the Woodmen of the
World Lodge of this city went to
Reeds Lake, where they were joined
by members of several other lodges
of their order from the surrounding
towns, the occasion of the gathering
being the unveiling of a monument
erected in memory of J. B. Hill, a
deceased member of Belton Camp.
The principle speaker of the occa-
sion was Hon. Jno. D. Robinson, who
delivery a very beautiful and touch-
ing eulogy of the deceased.
The ceremony of the order for sucb
occasions Is a very beautiful one, cal-
culated not only to ahow honor and
respect to the dead, but to create
a feeellng akin to love and a recog
nltlon of the true value of the or-
der in its living members,
he is 21 he will cut him off without a |breaR their bone9' thus puttlng the
poor sufferers out of their misery
| On account of the morrow being the
Sabbath, the Jews were especially
anxious that this custom should be
(observed, therefore they begged Pi
late to have the bones of them who
were upon the crosses broken. Pilate
| gave commandment. They came to
the first thief—they broke his bones
| they came to Jesus, he was dead al
ready; they broke not his bones. Da
| vid said they should not, but a Ro-
man soldier threw his spear and
thrust it into the heart of Jesus
fulfilling the second prophecy.
The very time that he should be
[ on this earth was foretold by the pro-
phet Daniel, six hundred and thirty
years before it came to pass. In Dan
penny! But suppose the young
should get one of the other sort of
wives! That would help him to ro>
vere the old gentleman's memory,
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Tou Rit around and grumble
And cause a lot of talk.
Because you're—well, too lasy
To go out doors and walk I •
There's nothing like a hike, sir.
To rid yourself of pain.
And make you feel as freshened
^ As clover after rain!
Why sit around and grumble
And let your passions r«ee?
To win Is. oh, so easy-
Just walk—and advertise!
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The Choice of Two Evil*.
For Chaoned Skin,
Chapped skin whether on the
hands or face may be cured in one
night by applying Chamberlain's
Salve. It is also unequaled for tore
nipples, burns and scalds. For sale
by all druggists.
Clock Stopped t
Then let us have It a few days and
It will be returned to you going
again and will keep time correctly;
and tf yon wish it we will call for It
and deliver it when tt'a In order.
CHRjfelAN OPTICAL 00.
It is better to have bved and lost 9, 25, we read, 'TCnow therefore and
than to have loved and won Just
enough to get into the divorce court!
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"Oh, where art you going to go this
She a*ked with preening head.
"I'm cving to stay In my own front yard
And rest," the wise one said!
L Robt Talley
Physician and Sur-
bldg. Both Phones
D. W. HOOWOOD
Palitir A?\4 Paptr Hanftr
Anything in Line of Painting. Phone
Orders to Brady & Black. Shop.
A One Block East
0. F. Gober
M. E. Lott
Drs. Gobet & Lott
Beth ■ Phones;
FOR RENT—Two or three rooms for
light housekeeping. No. 8 North
11th street. 224 —
F. M. SPAIN N
Attorney at Law
Office in Bentley Bulldinft
Room 13 and 16
Office Over Matthews Bros.
J. B. TALLEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office City National Bank
FOI^ SALE:—On long time, and easy
payments, all block No. 11, Bar-
clay addition. Old phone 563. R.
L. Barclay. (276 tf)
FOR SALE—One of the best truck
and fruit farms in Bell county, lo-
cated on trolley line, consisting of
9 1-2 acres of ground, all fenced and
cross fenced, neat residence, water
connection with Temple main, good
orchard, vineyard, etc. Price for a
few days. $1600. L. W. Johns, both
phones. 275 It
557 Old Phone
473 Old Phone
MRS NOLALEE CLEM WOOD
Legal. Commercial Work a Specialty
Room 14, Bentley Bid?.
FOR SALE—Large bay horse, fine
driver and saddler; also Stanhope
Will sell separate. Old phone 278
1-ring. J. K. Boone. 272 3tp
FOR SALE:—House and 100x102 cor-
ner lot on Avenue G and 23rd St.,
fenced, extra easy ttTms; $1100. Also
lots 50x102 adjoining and next to
trolley line at cost, $125 each; will
take part payment in trade of any
kind. C. S. Pond. 270 6t
FOR SALE—My house consisting of
5 rooms, on two lot8, Freeman
Heights, at a bargain if taken at
once. See me for terms. W. H.
Jones, new phone 253. 270 6t
For a Short Time only
The Philadelphia Hatter
Formerly with J. B Stetson & Co.
Old Hats of good quality
made good as new
Panamas and all kinds
* of straws made good
On Avenue A, Between Main
and 2nd, Street
FOR SALE—A complete newspaper
and job printing plant at a bar-
gain. It is not located in Temple.
If interested, see J. F. Crouch at office
of Temple Times. 260 tf
LOST—One bracelet, somewhere In
Temple. Initial engraved C to F.
Please leave at Telegram office and
receive liberal reward. (276 2t)
Miss Mary White will open her
art class on Monday, Sept. 28, at Dr.
R. R. White's residence, 508 North
Main. 1 266tf
s k %
Ptyt to Advtrtltt.
,A Michigan editor prints the follow-
ing squib in last week's paper:
A. A. Weekly, of Mllllield, was in Ath-
7 Monday, and was telling the result
hla advertising for a wits. Mr. Week-
ly stated that he had received twenty
pictures and tweaty-Hve letters front
India* who were very willing to beoome
Mrs. Weekly, and that he would be
henc«Sortli a firm believer In advertising.
He said he had answered part of the
letters, but as yet had not Disked eut his
understand, that from the going forth
of the commandment to restore and
to rebuild Jerusalem unto Messiah
the Prince shall be seven weeks,
three score and two weeks. In six
ty-nine weeks there are tour hundred
and eighty-three days. Moses said
—Num. 14, 34, in reckoning pro-
phecy, you shall reckon a day for
year. We find that Artaxerxea ga\ d
the commandment 453 B. C., as re-
corded in Etra 7th chapter. Now
add the thirty years of Jesus' minor-
ity, and you have four hundred and
eighty three years to the very dot,
when Jesus was here upon this earth.
The Nazarene the Only Prophet Man.
We desire now to give a brief sum-
mary, and close this part of the dis-
course. In Gen. 3, 15, a deliverer is
promised; in Qen. 9, 26, 17, the fam-
ily of She mis selected; in Qen. 12, 3
the people of Abraham are chosen; in
Deut. 18, 15 the nation of Israel is
selected; in Qen. 49, 10 the tribe of
Judah is taken, in Isa. 11, 10, the
house of Jesse; in Micah 5, 1, the
place of birth, in Isa. 7, 14, the
character of the mother Is given, and
in Daniel », 25 the very time is tyre-
told. This la not a tithe of what
we could give you. There are more
LOST—Between South 1st and Ave.
G, and Olympia Candy Kitchen, one
small locket charm, with diamond set
in center and containing two pic-
tures. Reward for return to Tele-
phecies can not be self-fulfilling.
Added to this are his wonderful mira-
cles, which he performed on this
earth, and still, as a climax, we
place before you his life without a
stain; a life without a mistake; a
life without an error; a life perfect-
ly free from selfishness and earthly
ambition, as sublime as heaven, as
transparent as light ,as holy a God.
This world has seen many great men
but in all the ages, only one
perfect human being, and that was
Jesus of Nasareth. We .make no
apology in presenting him to you as
the savior of the world.
; Jhls ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism ot the muacles of the
small of the back, and is quickly
"ured by applying Chamberlain's | than four hundred prophecies in the
Ltniment two or three Umee a day oM twUa>eet which haw their Ml-
end massaging the parte at each ao- .
plication. For sale by an droggists.1 » the new, and theee prt>-
of the things
sent out from
this laundry are
an evidence of
good work. No
snow could be
Whiter than the
garments we lau
nder. The whi-
test dove could
not be more spot
able in the same
We do up lace
curtains as well
as wash napkins
most delicate lin
geric as well as
Test us with
More Than Enough Is Too Much.
To maintain health, a mature man
or woman needs just enough food to
repair the waste and supply energy
and body heat. The habUual con-
sumption ot more foOd than is neces-
sary for theee pnrpoeee it the prime
cause of stomach troubles, rheuma-
tism and disorders of the kidneys. If
troubled with indigestion.-revise your
diet, let reaaon and not Appetite con-
trol and take k few doeee of Cham-
berura's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will soon he all right agate.
For sale by all dratgists.
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rect to your address. A 3-line want
week, for one day, at a cost of JO
cents to the advertiser, and it brought
Often replies. The cost is one cent a
word for one Insertion, or two centa
NOTICE TO "WANT" ADVERTIS-
ERS—These little classified ads,
sometimes called "want ads" are ran
*t a nominal price, for the conven-
renerally. They are cheap, conven-
ient and fruitful, rarely ever falling
for three Insertions. The terms are
cash with ad unless you already have
an account with the Telegram, an
theae Items are generally too sniall to
Justify the openlLg ot an account.
Provided, however, If it is lnoonven-
lent to bring or aend the oo»y. the «4
win be takes over th* phoae and •
Mil eeat er mailed ta ym, with the
veqmeet. however, that m to
a* m to end Iti
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 6, 1908, newspaper, October 6, 1908; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474960/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.