The Temple Times. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1899 Page: 5 of 8
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THE TEMPLE, TIMES
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Temple Builders’ Supply Co.7*™^;
For Lumber, Builders’ Hardware, Buggies and Wagons, Barb Wire, Glass, and a
complete line of Standard Implements.
*5Im ow \\ve 'WLaxV.eft,
There are other Cultivators that pattern
after the Standard, but no imitation .is
as good as the original.
The Standard has been tried
and will do the WORK.
We can furnish you extras to repair
your old cultivators.
The Deering Ideal Mower
Is equipped with ROLLER and BALL
BEARINGS throughout, insnring light
draft and less burdensome for your
team. It is Clean Cutting, strongly
and perfectly made. See the sample at
The Standard Culti-
vator & Planter
still take the lead and we fully
We will take your
Old Buggy or
on a trade for New One, and will
sell you the new one as cheap
as any one in the county will
sell you for cash.
The Old Hickory
Stands up and the HUBS
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Buy the Best. The Deering
Twine Leads the World.
BETTER THAN THE. TO.
Combined Cotton & Corn Planter,
Simple to adjust to plant either Corn or Cot-
ton, The STANDARD is superior to all others
Deering Ideal iBi^der.
Light Draft, Noisless Running, Roller and
Ba|l Bearings, Jointed Platform which ena-
bles you to go in and out of gates and does
away with the old trucks. The Deering leads
the world because they are the most durable
and light draft. Dont place your order until
you see the new sample at our office,
with all the latest improvements.
if brought to us to be
filled, will be given
our most careful at-
tention, and will be
filled with Drugs
and Chemicals as
pure and freBh as
the old reliable
houses can furnish
us. We invite your
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I "NDvWxs 5> ©t$&v(v Traps.
The school exercises are so absorb
ing the attention of the people that
little else is thought of.
All kinds of White Sailors at Mrs.
The wheat crop is now an assured
fact and is said to be a fine one.
But Temple has no mill.
Dr. J. M. Woodson, practice con
Watch the Mirror reflect all the
“ozone” of Knob creek.
F. B, Wofford does buggy Trim-
ming and Repairing. tf
Attorney W. 0. Cox has offices
over the Nickel Store, haying re-
moved from Wiikerson building. 2t
Jim Dennis is back and we are
told he will open a “business” in
the near future.
If you wish a prettv, cheap Hat,
see Mrs .Elina Murrell.
The negroes have been encourag-
ed to get up cake walks and now
W3 are to have one every change of
The Cumberland Presbyterians
are making and effort to erect a
church building in Temple. They
have a pretty building on paper ex-
hibited at W. E. Willis’ drug store
and we hope they will be able to put
up one of brick just as nice.
A. H, Calhoun sells groceries like
you want to buy ’em—Cheap! He
pays no clerk hire or bouse rent.
An aged man by the name of
Lake, who with his wife has been
occupying the old brick conven t on
the South Side, supported by the
charities of the people, died Wed-
nesdav and was buried yesterday.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedv has
saved the lives of thousands of
croupy children. It is also without
an equal for colds and whooping
General Manager Polk of the San-
ta Fe was in the city this week but
had no balm for the wounded.
See Mrs. Elina Murrell for your
Summer Hats. She will sell the
prettiest hat for the least money.
Will Elmore and Glen Adams left
Will sell for next ten days pretty
white and mixed, satin trimmed
Sailors, with all-silk band and quill,
worth $1.50, for 75 cents. Come
and get one, for they are beauties.
Mrs. Elina Murrell.
Did you go to Bentley, Bass &
yesterday for Sulpher Springs j Co- during that special sale? Wheth-
where they will spend several days er y°u wanted to buy anything or
Dr. J. M. Woodson, practice con- an equal for colds and whooping
'shed to the eye, ear, nose and throat, j cough. For sale by W.E. Willis, tf
At Temple every day except Friday. j LOST—Monday evening, on Tem-
There were twentwy-four con-
testants for the two Blair medals.
Willie Cheatham and Gundy Gillund
took off the prizes.
Why can I sell groceries so cheap?
The answer is easy. I pay no clerk
hire or house rent. See? A. H.
Calhoun, the North End Grocer.
'Twould take the worst of luck to
deprive us of a fine oat crop, and the
greatest corn crop for many years.
But Temple has no mill.
Dr. R. A. Miller has removed from
8outhside to 206, corner Fourth st.
and Barton ave., the Mrs. F. C.
Murphy place, where he can be
found at all hours when Jnot in his
pie and Pleasant Valley road, a Lin
en Laprobe. Finder please leaye at
For German Millet Seed
in any quantity go to
tf F. Schwarte’s.
Have you seen A. H. Calhoun?
He was asking about you; said he
wanted to save you some money' on
your next bill of groceries.
Wednesday’s dailies give meager
accounts of wind and hail stormfc
extending over the greater part of
north Texas. The desire to make
up sensational news has caused these
blows to be called minatur# cyclones.
Everything now that blows a door
open or a sign dowr is a minature
by bringing me
We see Mr. H. H. Cook back at
his old stand with Bentley, Bass &
Co. He has been out west for a year.
1 put up my whiskies and brand
ies in full measures, four quarto to
the gallon, not six and seven.
* A. J. Joyce.
We gratefully acknowledge our
indebtedness to some one, we don’t
know who, for tickets to something,
we don’t know what, to be had at
the opera house sometime, we dont
know when. Any information lead-
ing to a knowledge of this lost
friend, or this nameless entertain-
ment on a day unknown, will be ap-
preciated by ye editor.
The reason 1 have the largest
country trade in town is because I
sell nothing but straight pure liquor
in full measures at the same price
compounded liquors are sold at in
A. J. Joyce
The McDowell Band, as usual,
took the whole baker shop, includ-
ing the baker,at the Walnut Spring*
picnic. Cleburne may have good
water and a portion of the Santa Fe
shops, but she can’t blow a horn.
Temple is proud of her band, the
members of which deserve great
credit for the proficiency acquired.
The McDowell Band, under the able
direction of Prof. Jakel, is now one
of the best in the state.
Remember, physicians, that I am
headquarters for pure old double
stamped whiskies and the only pure
brandy m central Texas.
A. J. Joyce.
not, it would haye rewarded you to
have looked in. A new barrel of su-
gar never drew more flies than that
sale drew customers. They fairly
swarmed and the click of the Amer-
ican dollars told the tale.
A paper from the City of Mexico
reached thisoftice this week contain-
ing the names of along list of Texas
tourists to the land of the Moutezu-
mae among them the name of W.E,
Werkheiser and wile from Temple,
chairman of the transportation com-
mittee. The paper gives a report of
an interview with this gentleman in
which he expresses his delight with
the scenery and climate and is un-
sparing in his praise of the courtes-
ies shown them.
Pimples, boils and other humors
appear when the blood gets impure.
The best remedy is Dr. M. A. Sim-
mons’ Liver Medicine.
The Kings Daughters had a
rough experience at the t>pring3.
They slept none the night before,
and got thoroughly soaked in a
heavy downpour, and worked all the
next day without a change of gar-
ments. They fed 1200 to 1500 peo-
ple and cleared about $300, but it
was like going through flood and
fire to get it. Such efforts are not
rewarded in this life. Commenda-
tions do not measure up against
such self sacrifice, and there must
be brighter crowns tor some than
tor others in the great hereafter or
things would not be any nearer
balanced there than here.
The home of J. B. Adair, of this
city, was rendered unutterably sad
Tuesday night by the arrival of his
sons from Calafornia, one a corpse.
J. S. was the unfortunate young
man, who lost his lifu in a bike
collision dieing instantly,his brother,
Charles, was present and came with
the body back to his old home and
mother. No tongue can tell the an-
guish of parents under such circum-
\to ife ito tfi ifti ifc
We are trying
to get it
through the heads
of every Contractor and Builder in Temple that we keep the
Finest Stock of Kiln-Dried
Lumber in Town.
Competition is strangled by our prices when you consider
the high-grade quality of our stock.
Bell County Lumber Co.
F. N. Daniels, Mgr.
stances. There is a sharper pain, a
deeper sorrow, a havier load of lone-
lidess when a loved one is snatched
away without a word of parting, or
a moments warning, no nerving up
to bear the awful shock. Our warm
est sympathies are with these grief
stricken parents and friends in this
sadest of all sad trials.
We were delighted to meet and
greet our old friend C. U. Yancy, of
Port Lavaca, Wednesday. Mr. Yan-
cy will be remembered as the pioneer
of wholesale business in Temple, and
like most pioneers, his greatest re-
ward was his success. He est&b
lished the fact that Temple is a fine
distributing point. He made some
money, but not in proportion to the
bard work done in fighting down
prejudice and sustaining losses on
perishable gooas rather than sell to
consumers. He was one of Temple’s
most enterprising men, he did not
wait for the demand to grow so im-
perative that all elements of risk
were elimicated, but boldly assumed
the risk and overcame difficulties.
It was a misfortune to Temple as
well as to Mr. Yancy that his health
gave way just as he was about to
harvest the reward of his labor. It
is a pleasute to note that his health
has greatly improved in the milder
climate of the coast and that a new
lease ot life seems to have been
granted him and that his business
is prospering and of a nature not to
tax his physical endurance to the ex-
tent it was taxed while here. May
he live long and be happy as he de-
Try Frank Wofford for Saddles
and Harness. tf
W. E. Willis has put in an accom-
modation in the shape of an enve-
lope and stamp box.justdropanickle
in the slot and turn the crank, and
out will come your envelope and
Lumber in exchange for good
mules, not oyer seven years old and
not under^lfij hands high. See Tem-
ple Lumber Co. 6 12 4
By order of the commissioners
court, the County Attorney on June
1st will begin suits in* the District
Court against delinquent tax-
Temple is to have a new road—not
a railroad, but what is better, a
dirt road to Tennessee Valley. Mr.
R T, Smith began the survey yes-
terday, and money enough has been
subscribed to guarantee the suc-
cess of the movement.
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Crow, J. D. The Temple Times. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1899, newspaper, May 26, 1899; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth584901/m1/5/?q=ROSENBERG: accessed January 27, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.