The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 190, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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Thursday MORMNa thk TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM. a?, iti*
Pains All Over!
"You arc welcome," My* Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken
Anow, Okie, "to use ny letter in any way you want to,
if it wlB induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had
paint all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy-
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What Other treatments I tried, helped me
lor a few days only."
CARDU I WomansTonic
~ Don't waft, until you are taken down sick, before tak-
ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard
to bear. Cardui has helped over a miUipn women. Try it
Writ* rn: Wu'WHwD*!
. Median* Co- I
' KM Inc. J M
THE DAY'S NEWS IN RELTON
(Dull; Telegram hniti|ii«nr- Bolton Drug Company, northwest corn*
District Court Criminal Docket.
(Spteial to The T»le»rem)
Helton, Tax.. June 2*—The follow-
ing I* the witting or the criminal dock-
et of the ai^i« cpun or BfQ coun-
ty tor the June term:
Siith vwtk. JtABOe.v.
No. Utt. The State of TaW*,**
No. >441. The State ef Teiai va Han
Jth, aaeault to muMter
Tuesday, July *;
No. 85S7. The State of Tma va.
Arthur Muillna. assault to murder.
No. 8681. The State of Texas v«l
Albert Pech, embeszlement
No. The State of Texas va
Albert I'ech. theft by bailee.
No. 8(14. The State of Texaa va. L
F Bullock, bribery.
W«dne*day, July 10:
No. Sill. The Btate ef Texaa va.
Monroe McKelvey, aaaault to murder.
Hlghtb week, Monday. July 88:
No. !50l, The State of Texaa va.
BUlle Bryan, felony theft.
No. 8S6S. The State of TeTxaa va.
Smith Brown, burglary. ,
No 8C68. The State of Texaa va
Blue Bryan, burglary.
No. *684 The State of Texaa va.
Mack Elliott, aaaault to murdar.
No i»7>. The State of Texaa va
Mead Mill*#, aaaault to murder.
No. tttl. The State of Teaaa va.
W R. White, ewlodMng.
No. Kit. The State of Texaa va
Pa's' \euiuaa> perjwry.
ita. fua* tt WtdaBr at
the hc.ne of the MM parent* Mr
and Mr*, ■. M. Hatcher.', there were
united In marriage Mlaa Hfella Hatch-
er of thla citp and Mr. Hoy B. ISstea
of 0 ran bury.
At 11:19 the bridal party entered
the receptoa hall to the wedding
march played by Mlaa Ruth Hatoher.
and took their place* tfhder a pretty
arch of green Rev. P. D. Dawson,
paator of the Prat Methodlat church,
uttered the- words which aoaled their
The wedding march waa played by
Mlaa Ruth Hatcher and the beautiful
solo, "When Song la Sweat." waa
aunt by Mlaa Luclla Law.
The bride waa attended by Miaaea
Cortnno Hatcher, Varlna Saunders,
Anna Bhanklim and Nell Estes (Orsn-
The brldo wore a beautiful white
chiffon dress and lace hat and car-
ried a bouquet of bride'i roaee. Har
maid* wore white lace draaaia over
pink, and lace hat*
At Ul« oloee of the oeremony an In-
formal recaption waa bald.
Mlaa Stella ha* for aeveral year*
been an efficient clerk in the county
tax collector's office and ia one of the
moat popular young ladlea of the city.
jfOUi la a successful young at-
ab*tractor and hold* the
o» of those who know him.
The'man > beautiful prtaenta ra-
at tax- the popularii of those
Mr. MftP.Mrs. Bataa left thia af tar-
ed that a number of hia #lania already
hav«r five or all grown boll*
Helton Notre a ad Prraoaala.
W. A. Meaaer waa a business vial-
tor In Waco today.
Mrs. lJixle Beck baa returned from
a vtatt In [Mlaa.
Silas II. Reed of B*0lett waa among
the vial tor* here today.,
Judge W. 6 Holman made a busi-
ness vialt to Rogers yesterday
Mr* W. C. Patteraon ia visiting Jira
Saw Blghani on North Nolan. •
J. U Whitmire left today for hla
home In Uraaada. after a visit with hia
brothers, W. P. and M. K. Whitmire
of Route 7.
43. M. Ray ha* returned from Miner-
al Welle. Mr* Welle will remain there
for aeveral weeks.
Charley Wedemeyer haa returned
from a aeveral week*' visit with hla
uncle. Dr. Wederaeyar, at Tsyujr ' '
T. C. Tomlln and family ha*» re-
turned from Slmonton. Texas, u> again
make Belton their home.
a. H Wyatt and tolly cam* In thla
morning from Brosmwood to
Belton hla home, having
property just north of the albf.
Miaaea Bernlce and Imogens Craw-
ford of Sterling City, who have ~
Malting in thia city, have gone to
pie to visit frlenda there.
Mra. S O. Wilaon baa gone to
lett to Join relatives who are making
up a party to attend the Bap yet en-
campment In Lampssaa-
Mra C. T. Glover, Mra. Bva Pen-
dergaat, Mlaa Mary and Chauncey
Olover, Jr.. of Waco, are here, the
gueata of Mra. Kva Hughea and other
relatives. They came through in their
touring car, accompanied by Miea
Daley Upahaw, who return* from her
Heal Katate Transfers.
J. H. Pepper to Mra Maggie Mayea,
south half lot 3 block S. Lee'a addi-
tion to Belton.
J. H. Moncrief et ux. to W J. Ma*
aey, one acre from the B. Rooertaon
aurvey, on eaat aide of Leon river.
W. I. Maeaey to Temple Watework
company, one acre B. Kobertaon aur-
vey, east bank Leon river.
R. M. Cole et ux, to R. Edgar Cole,
lot 1 bolck 4 and 87 feet from weat
enod of lot 2 of aame block, Kllleen
D. R. Pendleton to W. T Bell,
about 10 acre# form the W. C.
Dalrymyle aurvey, and 8 acre* ot the
loon for Korr. Worth. Prom than.IO w qnthr" t"">l *"
they go to Colorado W- V*ud seysrTr JL'iT ^ "
Out of town gueata here for the
wedding were Mra. Dan LeBow, Eve-
lyn and Joe LeBow. Waco; Mra Lee
Shanon and Wlllard Longacre,
Antonio Mlaa Nell Eatea. Qranbury;
Mra. Sam Carter and little daughter,
Austin; Lewla llatcher, Lykina, N. M.
(Special tm Dm Talesras/i)
Belton, June 88.—J. O. Ruble, wire
and daughter of Lott, are In the city
awaiting repairs on their automobile,
which turned turtle il the Lampasas
river bridge between here and Saiado
Mrs. Ruble auffered a alight bruiae on
the cheat by being atruck by the ateer-
lag wheel. Otherwlee the memaera of
the party ware uninjured.
Titer were an route to polnta south
Attention C. O. V.
(Saaeial u> The Ta lea ram)
Belton, Tax., June 18,—A meeting
of the Bell County camp V. C. T. will
be held here next Saturday at I p. m.
to complete plans far the reunion,
which will Include arranglag the pro-
gram, appointing cemmltteea. etc.
Repreeentativee from the U. D. C.
are Invited to attend.
To Take Kindergarten Course,
ispecial rs The Telegram) .
Belton, Tex., Jun8> M—Misses
Katie and Jenna Mae Van Doren left
today for Chioago, where Mlaa Jenna
Mae wlU take the summer course In
a kindergarten college. They will
vialt relatlvaa ia llUnala before return-
Governor Colquitt on July 5.
(Special te The Telegram)
Belton. Tax., June 88.—Governor O.
B. Colquitt will be here and addreaa
the people In thPlnterest of hie can-
didacy on July S at 3 p. m * A recep-
tion committee of 18* of the dtixena
haa been appointed for the occasion.
To Have First
(Special to The Telegram)
Belton. Tai^ June 18.—A farmer
who real dee near Belton wag hare to-
day and aays be ia going to have the
first bale of ootton thia year. Ha atat-
AIcohofforB6ys? Go To Your Doctor
Ask your doctor how often be prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for
"»Wy sav, "Very, very rarely." Ask him
atonic for them. He will probably answer,
Then ask him about Ayer's non-
as a tonic for the young.
LanWHWia river from the Dalrympie
to the Ratlfey . MlsOng.
Win Uw!len atnf John Leweiien
to r. M. Cole, lot 8 block 18 Kllleen
w a. Wilaon, et ux. to r. M. Cote,
lot 3 block 62 Kllleen.
Ike Cox et ux. to Spencer Young,
about 3 acrea from the Alex Thomp-
son survey Kllleen.
O. W. Robbna et ux, to J. H. Wear,
95 acrea out of * the J• M. Arocba
■ " * r/
Wa offer one hundred dollars re-
ward for any caae of catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Curs.
. ,F. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tne last 18 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In
all bualneea tranaactlona, and finan-
cially able to carry out any obllga-
tlona made by hia firm.
WALDINO. KINNAN A MARVIN.
Wholasole Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Care te taken Inter-
dally, acting directly npon the blood
and mucous aurfacaa of the system.
Testimonials aent free. Price, 76c
per bottle. Bold by aU drugglata.
Take Hall's Paaoily Pills for coastp-
MEETING JULY 6
A Program Waa Made Out hy the Of-
ficer* ot the Association at
Paul 8. Mscdgen of Troy, president
of the Bell County Trn*tee'a associa-
tion; W. B. Phillips of Pendleton,
secretary of the aaaoctatlon, and J. S
Morgan, county superintendent, held
a meeting at Belton yesterday to ar-
range a program for the meeting of
the trustees' association to be held at
Belton July t. They elated that they
scheduled only one set speech for the
day. for the reason that there will be
a great deal to come up under the
h«*d of general buaineaa which will
be af much interest and Importance,
and which srlll consume a great deal
of the time. A large attendgace is
desired and expected. The program
oade out by the committee fol-
Morning Sessioa, 10 O'clock.
House called to ordey.
Invocation, Rev. B. C. Boynton.
Registration of members.
Appointment of committee on
Appointment of committee on reso-
Appointment of oommittee on con-
stitution and by-laws.
Addreaa, "The Relation of ths
Trustee to the Community," W. O.
Adjournment for dinner.
Afternoon Session, 1:M O'clock.
Reading or minutes of prsvlous
Report of outstanding committees.
General buslneas meeting
MAN IS KILLED
Will Bush Falls from Train at
values for 85
Chaa. S. Cox.
Notice to the Public.
Fire aale opens at 10 o'clock today.
Everything on sale. Coma and get
the bargains. Wa want to move
stock thla week.
BRADY A BLACK HDW. CO.
When a man can geg Wilson allk
socks st 23 cents a pair. It's time Mr
him to lay in a supply. They are go-
ing. Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
at half price, at Chaa. S. C&x's.
Approaching Marriage of Dr.
Announcement is made that on
Sunday in thla city there will occur
the marriage of Dr. R. S. Sutton of
Bartlett and Mlaa Minnie Stamfer.
Dr. Sutton was formerly houss sur-
geon of the Temple sanitarium and
Miss Stamfer Is one of the choies
student nurses of that institution
Both hava a high professional rating
and many friends, the latter sanc-
tioning the marriage with the forecast
of a happiness. The hour and placs
of the wedding are as yat Indefinite
and only intimate friends and Msa-
clatss will be present.
Will Bus* as employe of the jM . K.
A T. at HiUsWKP, aryi fsrmaHy a
citisan of Temple, wlu willed in rail-
ing from a train in the yard* *t Hills
boro Tuesday morning. The tnlMlgs,
accompanied by the wire and four
children and asme relativea of the
family were brought to Temple for
interment and were taken to th«
Wright undertaking parlors to ssfflt
Mr. Bush was about thirty years
old. Hs wsnt to HiUsboM from
Templs about three year* ago, and
his sister, Mrs Qulnnsr, still lives
near Temple, on Route 8.
The funeral will be held at 11
s'olock this morning.
ONYX HOSIERY OMYX HOSIERY ORYX HOSIERY OJfYX HOSIERY ORYX
Ths Stamp Upslds Down.
Hs was a gallant post oMce el ark.
nd business lor tks
SSUISBS IWI IBV HIVINV9I wwm Mj
VtmmiUy, to bU Mr. tkmm ! Q
a beaatUal young lady. (H
^Wkat can I do fur your ho asked.
with ua usual stability.
1 want a two-osnt stamp," said hla
oustomsr. "and would yon mind
w sighing thla letter for me, aa I'm
afraid It may bo a Utile too heavy."
Mind r The very rsrasao. Ho was
dslighted, and shafted glibly about ths
wea^hsr while ho executed her order.
He even volunteered to Uok aad afflx
the staxsp tor her—a oourteey which
aha accepted with a dalntjr blush.
Just as ho waa laying the stamp
carefully oa ths precious eavalopa,
however, she stopped hla.
"Put it upside down," s!
"Why*" be asksd.
"Oh," shs replied, "that
thtatg to Charlie!"
Aad ths clsrk's latsrsst vanished as
the clouds of moaotoay
lathered on hia horlaon.
Move On Nowl
aays a policeman to a street crowd,
and whacks heads if It don't "Move
on now," says the big, harsh mineral
pills to bowel congestion and Buffering
followa. Dr. King's New Life Pills
don't bulldose the bowels. They gent-
ly persuade them to right aotion, aad
health follows. 28c at all druggists.
It's the men's turn—Silk socks, SO
cent values for 26 osnts, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. Chaa. SL Cox.
Bentlcy-Smith- Temple Co.
The Store Behind the Ad
For Less Than
Cost of Material
An Extraordinary Price
in This Department, Today and
the Remainder of This Week.
Three Special Lots, Slightly
Soiled From Handling
Lot No. I * !
Comprises white Dresses that sold regularly
at $8.75, $9.00 and $11.50. Brand new stock,
all *ood styles. CHOICE OF THIS LOT
Lot No. 2
Comprises white Dresses that sold all the way
$12.00, $14.00 and $16.50. Exceptional val-
ues. CHOICE .
XWsNo. 3 ;
Comprises mhile Dresses that sold regularly
$30.00, $22.50 antf -*25.00. Exquisite models.
Special values. CHOlCS" OF THIS LOT FOR
Yesterday's Express Brought
Us Another Shipment of Those
White Felt Hats for Ladies,
Gome in today have look ard a try on.
v 50c Silk for 39c
Assorted patterns, strifes aad figures hi
summer wsuih Ifsgoet.
25c Tissue Ginghams,
Light colored stripes, checks and plaida. .
BIG 4—Handkerchief Special for Today
Soft, »heer, pur* lin-
en hemstitched hand
kerchiefs, 8 l-3c val-
ue, special today
Hemstitched and em
broidered design in
corner, regular 5 cent
seller. Special to-
3 for 10c
regular value 4c.
Men's pure linen
kerchiefs, special vai
ue, on sale today
3 for 25c
BIG LOT OF CHILDREN'S HATS at Half Price
AUEISOH XANO AH3IS0H XA1I0
AH3ISOH XAHO AH3IS0H TAHO
FIRE SALE FIRE SALE!
f" ... ? % -y* * ' 4-> '• r£- 'c -h&S. - • :» -v
We heve mede prices low enough to move the stock this week
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 190, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1912, newspaper, June 27, 1912; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth475375/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.