The Temple Daily Telegram. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 6, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Carries Staple and Fancy (jroceries,
Feed, Produce, Fruits and Confec-
tions. He appreciates your trade
and is always looking for new custo-
Try Him For October
City Nat'l Bank
Capital, Surplus $140,000
All Home Capital
Thas. M. Campbell.
W. S. Rowland.
. J. M. Crouch.
A. J. Jamil.
J. T. Taney.
W. S. Callaway.
R. R. White.
C. B. Wade.
C. M. Campbell.
R. E. Kllpatrlck.
L. L Talley.
D. E. Temple.
R. P. Marshall.
J. L. Lltteral.
, BE CONVINCED
Alter a trial, that our work is su-
perior enough to make it worth your
while to have us get your next favor.
We launder in accordance with the
moat approved up-to-date methods—
t« perfection. We're experts in laun-
dering drfta shirts, collars and cufli
—our specialty. Goods called for,
dene up in A1 style, and delivered
with neatness and dispatch. And
our charges are very numerate.
PRAIRIE QUEEN LAUNDRY
It's Simply A Treat To
The Air Dm
Something New Every
Night, and the best
in the City.
Cutiauous performance from
8:00 to 10:15, aid ■■ titlri
change of progroa.
Children under 10yean.... 5c
As I am crowded for
room, will sell for the
next few days, nice dry
COBS at 50cts per load
at the shelter- This is
the cheapest fuel in Tem-
ple . Get as big a load
as you want.
If you wish to buy a piece of real
estate, you should not concern your-
self about whether the present owner
paid more or less than the price at
which is offered to you—it is real-
ly none of your business.
The thing for you to determine is—
is it worth the price asked, and will
it serve the purpose for which I
want a place?
If you are buying for an invest-
ment only, you will be more inter-
ested in the actual market value. If
you are buying a home, you will be
more interested in the neighborhood,
improvements, conveniences, nearness
to your church, your business, school,
etc. If you want to buy a home,
your first question should be. is this
what I wast. If it is not what you
want, even though the price be low,
and you are not able to buy it as an
investment, and buy a home also, and
want a home, let the investment alone
and buy something that suits you
You had much better yap more than
a place is worth, if it really suits you
than to get one for less than it is
worth that does not suit you.
The price should not be the prime
question in the purchase of a home.
Too, a great many people have an
idea that in order to get what they
want they must buy a lot and build.
When they do (the majority of us
having no Idea of architecture, ma-
terial, etc,) are very much dissatis-
fied with their houses as soon as
j the new wears off.
It is an old saying, and, in a great
many instances, a true one, "fools
build houses, wise men live in them."
Usually you can buy an improved
| place much cheaper than you can buy
a lot and improve it. Then you can
j see the disadvantages of the house;
and at a small cost, change it to
Having made up your mind to
buy a place you will make a mistake
in looking around, trying to find
something that suited you, and go to
j from the owner. Should you find
something that suited you, and go
ithe owner about it, he, seeing that
you were already interested, would t"
j a good business man, doubtless ir,
prove his opportunity, and have yin
pay all, and probably more than the
worth of the property.
If you want to buy, you should see
the agent, tell him what you wnat,
and for what purpose, how much you
want to invest, how much cash you
have and on what terms you want
to pay the balance.
Naturally, any one who is anxious
to sell, and is, therefore, willing to
make a low price on his property,
will go to the agent about it, know-
ing that the agent is in touch with
the buyers. Too, the agent makes
it his business to know what is on
the market, its advantages and dis-
advantages. Also, If you have not
sufficient money on hand to meet
the cash payment, the agent can usu-
ally aid you in this matter. He
can't do yo uany harm. He cannot
make you buy. It is up to him to
show you that he has something good
for you. See him.
Call on E. F. Lanham & Co., over
Temple State Bank. Old phone 324,
new phone 203. Talk the matter
over with them. DO IT NOW.
Watch their ads in the Telegram
and in the Tribune. (The same
places will not be advertised in botlf night for Itarlln Id
1 papers,) during the next few days.
Mr. Tom Binktey is in Waco look-
ing after legal business.
♦ ♦ ♦
Rev. Mr, McGarrity of Belton visit-
ed in Temple yesterday.
5 * ♦
Mrs. Wm., Dickey of Georgetown
is a guest in the home of her sister,
Mrs. A. C. Buchanan. .
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Eva Plcken of Kempner is
visiting with her friend, Mrs. J.J.
Nail, on North Fourth street.
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss May Crane was among the
Templeites visiting in San Antonio on
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. Will Campbell returned yester-
day morning from a business trip of
several days in San Antonio.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Carroll are
at home after a brief visit with Fort
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Bobbie Hargis was among the
San Antonio excursionists on Sun-
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Joe Carter and Mrs. L. C.
Martin have returned from a brief
visit with friends In San Antonio.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. Charles Oliver, otCaldwell was
a recent guest of his nephew, Mr.
Will Hundley in this city.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. W ,W. France was due to
eturn home last night from .alveston
where several days had been spent.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Geo. A. Smith of North 3rd
street has as guest her mother, Mrs.
F. T. Kincannon of Eddy.
♦ ♦ ♦
BORN—to Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Stroud, a daughter, Monday, October
5, at their home on North Fourth St.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. R. L. Polk has as guest her^
mother. Mrs. Spencer Young of Kil-
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Sallie Branch Becker of Shaw
nee, Okla, is a guest in the home of
her sister, Mrs. N. A. Stroud.
♦ ♦ •
Mrs. W. W.'Cresswell will leave
today to join Mr. Cresswell in Hous-
ton, which place will be his head-
quarters for a week or ten days.
# # #
Mr. R. L. Polk returned home last
night from Kansas and Oklahoma,
where a week had been spent on
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Mesdames R. C. Shaw, J. G. Grif-
fitta and Henry Petri will be guests
today and tomorrow of Mrs. Shaw's
sister, Mrs. W. E. Collins at Eddy.
♦ ♦ »
Miss Pearl Elmore of Rogers is in
the cltr for musical studies thru the
winter kind is at home in the W. A.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. T. K. Elliott and Miss Bes-
sie Pendleton returned yesterday to
Troy after two weeks spent in this
city with relatives.
Mrs. Black, Miases Hunta Black
and Minnie Graves will be among the
Temple frienda at the Carter-Ghent
wadding in Belton tonight.
♦ ♦ ♦
The Progressive Club will meet to-
day at the Carnegie Library at 8:30.
All members are requested to be pres-
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. Frank Wilson who has been
in Temple for several months for
health benefits, will leave today for
his home in Hereford.
$ ♦ ♦
Mrs,. Wm. Berger is at home after
the past four months spent in Utah
with relatives and is domiciled in
the W. H. Craine home.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. W .C. Martin left yesterday
for New Orleans to meet Mr. Mar-
tin's mother, en route home from a
visit in Georgia.
♦ ♦ ♦
The condition of Captain Jarrett
was reported last night as much im-
proved, to the satisfaction of his
♦ ♦ ♦
Misses May McDonald and Minnie
Backstrom left yesterday for Sala-
do where they will teach through the
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Bettle Henderson of Coleman
is the guest today of Mrs., R. T.
Smith on South First, while enroute
to Eddy to visit relatives.
« « «
Mrs. A. J. Embree and daughter,
Miss Ethel, were guests yesterday of
Mrs. W W. Creswell on North 7th
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Wlnbourne .Pearce left yes-
terday for Belton to be the guest for
several days of "her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. H. C. Ghent.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. Herbert Wellborn of Clifton
arrived yesterday to be present at
the marriage of his brother, Mr. Olii
Welborn, to Miss Gladys Terriil,
which event takes place today.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McReynolds
visited In Belton on Sunday, Mrs.
McReynolds will return to that place
to day to be the guest of relatives
for several days.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Thomas Fletcher left last
the hope of
health benefit* from the hot wells
n attack tf rheumatism
which she was suffering.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. M. Camp-
bell, Mesdames Grey ljewis and Tom
Campbell visited Waco Sunday in
the Campbell touring car, making
the drive there and back in the af-
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Arthur Potts of Belton has
re-entered the Sanitarium for further
treatment. She was accompanied
here Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Nel-
son Smith in their car, with Miss
♦ ♦ ♦
Mesdames L P. Paulus and A.Tl.
Schmidt, Misses Marie Paulus, Emma
Bunse and Annie Schmidt were guests
Sunday of Miss Schmidt's mother at
llrdsdale, on the occasion of her 58th
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. Tom Campbell returned home
to San Antonio last night after visit-
ing with her mother, Mrs. Rachael
McCraney and other relatives in the
city. She was accompanied home by
Miss Nettie McCraney who will be
her buest for some time to come.
• ♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. C. W. Meyers returned by
early train yesterday from San Anto-
nio, where she accompanied Mr.
Meyers, who will probably remain in
that city thru the winter seeking
beenfit to his health which at this
time it in a declining state.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. ahd Mrs. N. A. Sayre and
Mrs. O. C. Pendleton wfll attend
the wedding of Miss Sallie Gher.t
and Mr. Chamblin Carter In Belton
this evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Brown and family will also be pres-
ent from this city on the same occa-
A notice written in a scrawling
hand was pasted in the front door
of Gray Little's store last night which
read as follows: "You fe"cis must
stop buying cotton or sutfer the con-
sequences." Mr. Little tninks it is
a joke that Bomeone Is playing on
LATE PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Kittle Frazier of Morgau is
a guest of her sister, Mts. Ella Lit-
tle in this city.
Miss Susie Weld of the Temple
High School faculty, left yesterday
for '"Boerne to be at the bedside of
her mother who, according to the
message received yesterday, is in a
seriously ill condition.
Dr. Haggard of Moody was a vis-
itor in the city yesterday on profes-
Capt. T. C. Wrigh thas returned
from an extended visit with relatives
and friends in Commanche, Brown-
wood and other western Teias points.
As a result of the vacation trip, ths
Captain returns much refreshed in
Mr. and Mrs. E.. F. Lanham are
expected to reach home from San An-
tonio today where they visited the
Mr. C. E. Millerman, editor cf
the Enterprise at Bangs, returned
home yesterday after having been tis
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones
and Miss Hennie Grubbs on West
Miss Eva Pickett of Kempner,
came Sunday for a visit with Mrs.,
Ji J. Nail, No. 4, North Fourth, and
other friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Woodall
Lampasas came yesterday for
brief visit with relatives and friends
In this city.
Mrs. R. M. Sanderford left yes-
terday to visit her father, Mr. W. D.
O. Anderson and other relatives in
MRS J. C. RILEY of Waco, who
suffered a loss in the conflagration
in a residence fire at Houston last
week, is well acquainted in this city,
and is owner of the brick building
occupied by the Davidson & Clay Fui -
THE SCHOOL BOARD will meet in
regulas session this afternoon in the
THE CITY COUNCIL will meet in
regular session next Tuesday nigljt
instead of tonight.
I have purchased the Interest of J.
P. Wroe in the firm of Wroe A Stav-
anoha Co., and will assume all Indeb-
tedness and collect all outstanding
debts due the company. I am soli-
citing a share of the public's favors.
I wish to assure you of the best treat-
ment as regards both price and qual-
ity. I wlBh also so thank the former
customers of the firm and solicit a con
tlnuance of your business for the
Temple Harness and Saddle Co. .
THE WIZARD EDISON has
brought out a new wonder, the ad-
miration of the Twentieth Century—
THE NEW EDISON PHONOGRAPH
THE NEW EDISON RECORD
THE AMBEROL RECORD.
Amberol—It plays four minutes.
Amberol—Sweeter and clearer and
louder than ever.
Amberol—As near the human voice
as It is possible to get.
Amberol—No canned music this.
Amberol—No scratching sounds.
Amberol—Soft, clear, true, melo-
Amberol—It comes in a green box.
Amberol—Not in Inches longer than
the two minute record.
Amberol—Has finer lines and needs
a different reproducer.
Amberol—Reproducer can be attach-
ed to any machine.
Amberol—Will live forever. Why?
Amberol—Speech; think of it, your
beloved one's voice can be
<&ught on the Amberol
like the golden winged in
sect that we can see pres-
erved in the everlasting
amber, and ten, twenty-
five or one hundred years
hence the voice can be re-
produced in all its natur-
alness and sweetness.
Amberol—Speech in-connection with
a beautiful photograph or
moving picture,will make
life seem everlasting and
the spirit of man to live
The Amberol recorder, amberol ie-
producer. amberol horn for the speak
er, amberol speech recording machine
run by electricity, amberol chair to
sit in while you sing or talk to the
machine, amberol fun for an even-
ing party—now get in line wlih the
Amberol means music and educa-
tion, art, science and religion,brought
to your fireside, occupation and an
The Amberol record sells at 50c.
The Amberol attachment sells at
The Standard Amberol machine,
that plays either the two or four
minute record, sells for $30.
The blank recording record sells
Which means the qulntesence^ of
sweetness caught In the lasting wood
iron, ivory, felt, copper, Indian gums,
etc., etc., that go to make up a jewel
of a piano.
Which means a piano par excellence
Which means fifteen factories as celt
brated, wealthy and high grade as
the great Edison Company.
Such as the Baldwin, Hamilton, El-
lington, # Crown. Wimball, Schulx,
Estey, Vose, Stultz & Bauer, Mel-
ville Clark, Hobart M. Cable, etc.,
etc., etc., etc.
Which means lasting qualities and a
guarantee which makes you safe and
gives you value received.
AMBEROL HOME HOUSE.
Which means the Book Concern that
has been in Temple 21 years, that
lives and dies with Temple, that
brings trade to Temple from all over
Central Texas, that has a dozen or
more good Templers In Its employ,
that puts up Its hundreds of dollars
every year for Temple enterprises,
that buys standard goods by the car-
load for cash, pays no rent and runs
at the minimum of expense and gives
Its customers the benefit of this great
saving In cost between the manufac-
turer and consumer.
OUR GREAT AMBEROL
"Piano Wreck" sale Is now on, and
lasts only two weeks. Get In line
for a standard high grade AMBEROL
PIANO, at from 25 to 40 py cent
Curing Hick's Appendicitis.
Something New ta Soft Drlaka
A delicious. non-lntoxIcatlnK b«v, .0
age. combining the nourishing «„1
tonle properties of Barley-Malt a I
Hops—not a chemical concoction
contains loss than one-half ,,f i „ a
cent, of alcohol by volume, hence , ,»l
forms with United States QovernniiS
laws regulating the sale of soft ,in,,i f
It tastes well, looks well nn<i mnid
one feel well. It belnt? prepared hi
Anheuser-Busch guarantees its nil,ri|
*■■■ — »rrrr»v¥vw»jm_n.
Sweat sleep Is nature's health rei
storer. If you want to sleep well anl
keep well, use an Allen Mattress. Oul
plant la modern In every way. wl
Invite our friends and customers t]
call for fllrst-claas mattresses, oil
beds made new. Satisfaction guaranl
teed. ALLEN ft TOMLINSON
W. W. WARNER
Rod Estate and Rental Agent. Alio
Agent for Pacific Mutual life
and Aocideot Co.
Western Lands in Wilbarger,
Young, Garza and Scurry Counties,
from 40 acres to 30 sections, from
$4.50 to $40 per acre. Also have ap-
plicants for houses In all parts of'
If you have property for sale or
exchange, list it wit hme.
W. W. WARMER.
Over Crawford Jewelry Company's
HI. Hicks hed suffered long frum disabil-
"A wasted human wreck!" ses HI. one
day t' me.
An Invalid fer years with rheumatU an'
He set eround th' town an' moaned about
His aliments sort o' run fnim cricks t'
With stomachache an' grip an' ague dor-
But HI. wus alius worse a feartn' that
He'd have his vermiform appendix took
His wife she kept th' house by bakla'
cake fer sale— ,
▲ little thing she wus, fussed out an'
thin an' pale.
With her a workln' home, HI. dragged
hlsself t' town.
Aa' right beside th' stovs hs'd set his
Aa' then his breath would stop an' al-
most take him off—
Tou'd thlak his day hed come f hear thet
He'd tell yew 'twas th* end a gallopln'
He felt it In his side, a throbbln' fierce
an' strong I
When folks cum utragglln' In, he scassley
spoke a' fall,
Gist set resigned an' dumb awaltla1 fer
But purty soon his heart would start f
Aa' then he'd forge eround an' git hlsselt
He'd cut a hunk o' cheese an" dab about
A-snlpin' what he could an' makin' Bal-
An' then, one day. his wife she up aa'
A leavln' HI. alone t' fight this world o'
Ha had an awful time with symptoms fer
An' forty times a day he had a narrer
But finally, b' gosh, his Innards wen th'
An* Hiram went t' work a drlvln' of th,'
Wain that there time 'til now he's nsvs*
Qist ylsterday he sed that ha wus U|rj
TV rheiunatls hes left, and I believe th'
To operate on Hi. is very far away!
0 0 0 v
One of the best mouse traps «Ai
aet tto unwary rodents Is a live dak
Sprinkle a little lemon Julca on ths
month of a clam. The clam will get
a taste of the lemon and. smack his
abell, so to speak. When he do*
this, add a few grains of cheese, tak-
ing care to strew the cheese three o»
four Inches from the shelL The mou^a
wfll come flirting around after the
cheese and stick his tail in the clam*
ahirtl. The fun on the mouse's till
wfll tickle the dam and it will slwt
op with a snap, holding Mr. Moasa
flrmly by the and of his caudal ap-
pandage. It Is claimed that a good
lively dam will catch a dosan mica
ta a day. This trap Is not my Inven-
tion I get the Idea from an old news-
paper and dish to suit—hut It does
0 0 0
be spent ths summer getting taaaed,
The winter getting whlte-
now she'll do It o'er again
With all her pwtty might!
O 0 o
A black sheep Is a great contrast
lor the deacon brother.
A bird In the hand sometlmea
•cratches as much as the bush.
ft ft ft
There Is always some excitement
•tout trading Jack-knives "unstght
4 A *
▲ jam who builds a house nowadays
"""'to know the carpenter without
fearing to look at his chips.
ft 6 6
Whan a man says "I will" to tha
preacher, the devil winks tha other
We and begins to set traps for him.
, * ft •
AH a lover needs to make Heaten
complete after tha wedding ceremony
la to discover that his wife has wsrtn
Buy a practical eotton farm. Don't
make a mistake; before you get tied
up better take a look as It might Del
worth more than the expense or the]
trip. Mr. Farmer and Investor, you
know that cotton is the crop to
depended upon—the crop you plantl
to pay lot a farm. Mr. Fanner, youl
know that cotton is a tropical plantl
and requires sunshine and warm wea l
ther and good black waxy soil. TouJ
know also that It Is necessary to gol
where you can get labor when need-]
ed. Go where all this is to be bad. I
Go where you can get early market J
advanced prices, where the climate ie I
delightful all the year round; nol
hot winds; where all other stuff does]
well. Such a country Is found In and
around Corpus Christl where I will
have On market in a few days a large |
body of fine level black waxey land.
0. D. JARRELL.
Eight CASE damaged pianos below
j Two good SECOND HAND pianos
One Second Hand SELF PLAYING
One Second Hand SELF PLAYING
A new piano for 1176.00.
A good ORGAN for $26.
Via LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE |
Involve no coat for hotel bills or rail-
road fare. YOU REMAIN COMFOR-
TABLY AT HOME or in your office j
and accomplish Important and satis-
factory results QUICKLY ECON-
The lines of this company, with
their connections, reach most places ]
of consequence within 1,000 miles.
The ratea are moderate, the service j
prompt and reliable.
THE SOUTHWESTERN TELE-
GRAPH AND TELEPHONE CO.
Have just Installed a new mill and
am now ready to grit dthst com Isto
good old-fashioned meal.
Fully equipped to do the most diffi-
cult work in general construction
and repairing. BLACKSMTTHING
AID HORSESHOEING * specialty.
W. C. KNIGHT
S. 2nd, Between Central and Ave. A
* * *
A dear conscience la a good thing
•b* a married man to carry home
with him when hie car has been de-
ft ft ft
When money Instead of increasing
htdulgenoe, subjugates self and teach-
as the possessor to be charitable to-
ward the unfortunate, then. Indeed,
It has brought real prosperity. Too
Boany men go down the scale morally
knd physically u they go up the soale
For Chroaio Diarrhoea.
"While in the army in 1811 I
was taken with chronic diarrhoea,"
says George M. Felton of South Gib
aon, Pa. "I have since triad many
remedies lint without any permanent
relief, until M. A. Miles, of this
place, persuaded me to try Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, one bottle of which atopped
It at once." For sale by all drug-
We invite you t6 our market
where cleanliness and quality
Is the motto. Our equipment
Is modern In every respect
and therefore enables us to
give you meat that Is always
fresh and clean.
LONE STAR MARKET
LOUIS A. BA8SLER
Both Phones No. 300
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