The Temple Times. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, January 25, 1895 Page: 6 of 6
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W. R. Maxwsll Bsator
• ra. Prayer routing every
*.„ Sunday school every Sun-
’ CHimCH, 8on*h PM*
Sunday morning and night
. Sunday 8cbool at 9:80
I a m and 7 pm; Sunday School at
r meeting at f:8J Wednesday
SaxUlP. Wkhiht, P. G
CIIUKH—Services every Son
n, and ;,pm; Prayermeeting ev
'at7, p m; monthly meetingot
, first Monday of each month 7:1ft p m
JfmJ:’. R. L. Dale, Pastor
f CHURCH—Services at 11 a m and
Priyermeetlng Wednesday night
1 John Pbroasok, Pastor.
(BEBLAND PRESBYTERIAN - Sunday
110a.m. J. S. Hickman, Sup't.
Ing 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Christian Eu-
re p. m. Meetings at Wagner's Hall
C. S.Bass, Pastor
TEMPLE M. B. CHORI H-Services
r Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. Prayer
[ every Wednesday at 7:80 pan Sunday
1 at 0:45 a. ni. G W WlilT*.
I'SCUREie aold on a guarantee,
S. tnelpleat consumption. It is the hes
[only one cent a dose. For sale by
Ess Em’s” letter from Col-
it arrived too late for inser-
our last issue ami was held
‘ r this issue.
,’S CLOVER HuOT. the great Blood
i freshness and clearness to the
j and cures constipation, 25 and Wet
[by W. K. Willis ehi. (1 2-eow
CSV oared iny wife of female
II though her incurable.
Dt, State Lecturer Farmers Alli-
■ sale by w. E. Willis- 1st ti-2
is, Fratt & Cannon for
; and cheapest insurance tf,
for consideration next
: at Wairner’s Hall is “Jonah’s
m by Rev. C. S. Bass,
^cordially invited to be
larter Gold Medal.
nil get, this elegant medal,
aestion. Offered by J. W.
[of Belton, to the pupil mak-
I best progress on the piano,
i Spivey High School. tf
ILL 45 FEET from Comanche court house
Wdly braised, used XIX Liniment and
tat work in 15 daya. J W WELSH, Cle-
e, Tex, For sale by W. E. W1UU.2 8-7-2
Do you want a Home? Do you want a /Fanu^ Do you want
good City Property? Do you want a Good In-
vestment of any kind? kre you
looking for a good pusi-
If so, Read The Times and you will kind Just What You
iud all in good coudit
j4W.SU*., «.™r“4 b*r",“' 1
85—Mouth h lf ol lot, 2, block 18, Taylor’s addition, with servant’s hoi
jaD<^ largo, new bam, and fence; price $g50.
42—Lot 4, blcck 9, Bruner addition, 100x 130 feet, $850.
64—One lot i.i Bentley’s aduitiou 76x150, southeast corner; very de-
sirable location. $2.50-
GULF COAST COUNTRY..
52—A splendid bargain; a beautiful one-story, six-room residence in
the city of Itockport, one block from the Bay; tine shell street in front loo
feet wide, (main street iu city). Lot 128x128; 2600 gallon cistern and good
well. Good barn, etc.; house alone costs over $2500; was offered $8200 dar-
ing the boom—prioe now $26oo for the entire property. Will sell on easy
terms, or will trade for city or country property.
[■ For a nice cheap home on install-,
Kits, see DownS, Pratt & Cannon)
j§Rev. C. S. Bass, of the Cuniber-
Presbyterian church, will
ch at 11 a. m. next Sunday, at
ler’s Hall, on “Jonah’s Difficul-
Read and Be, Wise.
For Further Information address;
CROW & ARNOLD^,)Times Office,
I • Temple, Texas.
1 —162 acres 5 miles south of Temple, on m. k. & t. railroad. 95 acres
in cultivation. Balauce pasture and somo timber. Ample well ot water.
Two 8-room houses. 2 barns. $26.50 per acre; one-lblrd cash, balauce 1, 2
and 8 years.
2— 231 acres 1|miles northeast from Bon Arnold m John Beal’s origi-
nal survey. 60 acres in cultivation; 3-room dwelling house, with trout and
back gallery; brick chimney, cistern and necessary out-buildings; tal k in
pasture; all first class black laud. Price $18.00 per acre; a bargain.
3— 844 acres out of John Benson survey, 1| miles east of Burlington, on
Litllo Poud creek; number one black land. $16 00 per acre, oue-third cash.
4— 212£ acres one mile east of Troy, 180 acres iu cultivation. 8 tenant
bouses, ' leuty of water; close io fiue school; price $10.00 per acre, one third
cash, balance one and two years, 10 per cent interest.
5_50 acres on Cottonwood creek, 4 miles south of Troy and 5 miles
north of Temple. Close to school; 88 acres in cultiyatiou; price $80.00 per
acre, one-third cash, balauce one aud two years, teu per cent interest.
6— 128 acres one and a bait miles south ofTrov;good dwelling aud barns;
well improved aud plenty of water; one hundred acres in cultivation; close
to good school; price $40.00 per acre, £ cash, balauce ono and two years,
teu per ecu* interest; a sp'eudid bargain
7— 200 acres one mile south ot Troy; 150 acres In cultivation; good
Lhouses and good barns; one tenant house, good wind mill and tank with
plenty of water; very desirable; close to school; price $35.00 per acre; $2,000
cash, balauce iu three equal payments, 1, 2 end 8 years, 10 p?r cent interest.
8— 109 acres four miles north-west of Troy; 100 acres in cultivation,good
land. $30.00 per acre, oue fourth cash, balance 1,2 and 3 years, 10 per cent
iutercst. House aud barns.
9 600 acres near Rosebud, in Falls county; 8 sets of buildings; finest
bargam now oflered; price $20.00 per acre, onc-fourth cash, balauce to suit
purchaser, 19 per cent interest.
10—108 acres one mile south of Cyclone; timbered land; very rich; two
sides fenced; price $15.00 por acre, $500 cash, balance eight equal payments;
a good ba gala.
36— 46 acres long leaf yellow-pine land, containing half a million feet of
standing lumber; corners within 800 yards ot the court bouse of one of the
eastern Texas counties: excellent soil, all tillable; ten miles from steamboat
line and a railroad buildiug right into the county. $600 ca?h, or $300 cash
and $850 tu oue vear.
37— 8i acres 1 mileuorth ot Temple; 4-room residence, well and cistern
of good water; 1 acre of fruit trees; good barn aud fences, good sandy,
Price $3500, third cash, balance 1 and 2 years; or will ex-
J, DUFF BROWN, Jr
Physician and Surgeon,
Tenders his services to the people
of Temple and surrounding country.
Office in TeitiplOjDrng Co’s. Store.
Residence on 2ud (ilreet, opposite J. E. Moore’s
Telephone No. 72.
Physician 6* Surgeon,
Hours 10 to 12, a. m. & 8 to,5,lp. in.
Office over Methvin Bros. Store
■ Don’t ■”
r the best bargains in real
see Downs, Pratt & Cannon, y
C LINIMENT cured me or a Dad case ef
A H BOONE, Kx-Att’y. Gen. Narssota
For sale by W. E. Wlllla. 1st 6-2-
IT S Hawkins, of Chattanooga, Tenn,
Id’s Vltallter saved ray life’ I consider
beat remdy for a debilitated system
ised. For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
it excels, Price 75ots For sale by
, Willis abl 8-2-eow
I SAFE and curative In lta actl n and
i It aa a No 1 medicine. DU ARCH
I, Dallas, Tex. For Sale by W. E
i annual meeting of the stock-
■ of the Temple National bank
held in the bank Tuesday,
guary 8th, at 4:30 p. m. for the
i of electing a directory for
l ensuing year, and the transac-
l of such other business as may
before the meeting.
| W. Goodrich Jones, President.
ItOlT ARK billions or constipated .’and
[from disordered stomach and bowels
l BLOOD AND LIVKIt PILLS, the best
»,tor sale by W, K. Wlllla. 1st 0-2
H.' G. McEachin, recently of
>, Texas, has moved to Holland
jjl&ken charge of the hotel at that
gi, We have had the pleasure of
jping with the doctor while pro-
of “Hotel Argylc,” and
him not only a courteous and
itg host, but one of the best
W. L. Rogers. Bob Barton.
Rogers & Barton,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS-
Temple, — - - Texas
F. M. BOURLAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE. Rooms 4 A 5 in the Wllkerson three
story brick np staiTs.over Palace Drug Store.
Can be found In office at nlgbt.
J] T. WALKER, M. D.
Local Surgeon n.K.&T.Ry.
Lady Assistant in Office.
Wortham New Brick,
Ave. C, bet. 12th & 14th Sts.
that education is the only accom-
plishment that fits |flfci to figure
properly in all these capSities; and
that the mind of man is this world’s
true dimension, and knowledge is
the measure of the mind, and that
mind in her vast comprehension con-
tains more worlds than all the world
can find. It is highly gratifying to
us to believe that our parents are
Mr. C. J. McAlpin and wife, H.
Wynn and wife, Z. Blaker and wife
will leave us today and will spend
the holidays in Mississippi. We
wish them much joy and a speedy
Prof. L. R. Grubbs and his sister,
Eliza, yisted the family of Mr. J. W.
Ballew, of Richland, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grubbs visited
the family of Mr. L. A. Bigham, of
Messrs. Risinger and Wynn, cf
your city, called on us Tuesday.
It seems that almost everybody is
now gone, going or “fixing” to go
somewhere Christmas, and if Mattie
gets her new dress done this week
we are going too.
Now, Mr. Editor, we wish you and
all The Times force a merry Xmas,
and will bid you yale by saying
Christmas, gift to you all.
More after Christmas.
Jay Ess Em.
begin at one
ble atre* _
ter*. A few
very first dot
won't stain pur i
Uetk, aud It's
pleasant to take. J
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver j
Constipation, Bad Mood
Malaria, Nervous ailments <
Get only the genuine—it baa crossed rod i
1 lines on the wrapper. All others are aub-3
stitutes. On receipt of two sc. stamps wo
will send set of Ten Beautiful World** ‘
Fair Views and book—free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, 110.r
J. F. FLAN 1 KEN, Oenaviflo,
J. J. BOOKER, Temple, Tox.
Grand Business Opportunity. if*
A small amount of capital will se* :
cure a full or half interest in aSteam
Laundry located in a city of 10,000
people, doing^fcfausin.ss of $1<5 a
week. Plaut^row and complete.
For full particulars apply to the. .Jr*M
Times Office. :I
IF YOU NEED a blood medicine XIX Sara*- ^
parllla Is surely the beBt. Price 75 cents. For
sale by W. K. Willis.
Houses and lots on installments.
J. E. Moore.
Through Wagner sleepers by the
M. K. & T. leave double daily from
all points in Texas without change
for St. Louis, Hannibal and Kansas
Our Belton Letter.
black waxy iaud.
..change lor farm or Temple city property.
4q—2110 ucres oue mile from Temple, 17o iu cultivation, balauce iu *. _ , . , ,
pasture; 2 dwellings, 2 barns, plenty of water; $42.50 per acre, ono-third Stofe for rent. North hall of the
cash, balance ou time to suit. Field & Jenkins building from Janu-
50— 94 acres. 76 in cultivation, balauce iu pasture, all tillable; good, new ary the first. See L. S. Field, Cal-
4-room house, laruo bum, six miles uortn ot Temple, 2£ miles from I'endle- vert Texas or T. J. Jenkins.
tou; best water in oouuty, $2500; oue-third cash, balauce in 1 aud 2 years, 10 ’ ‘ ’
per cent interest; a bargain. . Robert L. Brewer has been com-
51— 165 acres six uiileb northwest of Temple; 85 acres in cultivation. I missioned postmasterutBrookhaven,
lundant success in his new
both as physician and host.
BIDER XIX the grandest liniment for
1 and paint I ever saw. DK J I. ANTONY
Tox. For tale by W. E. Wlllla. *-7-2
1 senior of the times acknowl-
with thanks the receipt of a
| of nice Jersey butter from the
1 stock farm, and an invita-
take Xmas dinner with man-
A. Clark. If there is anv-
i. Clark can do it is putting
butter and serving nice
and we regret that absence
iple prevented us availiug
ltbe invitation to dine, an
t-goi back in time
»to that roll of rich bi
lany thnuks, and may
balance in wood and pasture. 145 acres tillable. 6 good wells, one tfoud
leeideuce and oue tenait bouse. $22.50 per acre.
RESIDENCES IN TEMPLE
11— 6-room house on a lot 72x110 feet; hall nucltwo galleries; barn JOx
16 and shed; waterworks; $1200, oue-third cash, balance i & 2 years, ten por
12— 6-ronm dwelling in Taylor,s A<ld»*ion; barn and out houses, good
well of water and waterworks; a lot of uice poach trees and shrubbery;
$2500; easy terms, or will sell for part cash and balauce on installment plan
or will trade for good farm in Bell, Milam or Falls county.
18—Six-room cottage, cistern, well, barns and nicely finished; 110x150
south front;$8800; $1700 cash, balance ou installments.
14— 5-room cottage in Taylor’s Addition, uicoly fiuishod, cistern, well,
barns, etc , 110x150 south front; prico $2260.
15— Good 4 room cottage in Taylor’s addition, with grates, servants’
house and barn, south front, lot 110x150; a bargaiu at $2400.
16— 5-room delllng, well snd barn; uloe abrubbery, etc; price $2200.
17— 4-room house in Moore’s railroad addition, barn etc., $1500.
18— Good 5-room dwelling in Lang’s addition, baru ami plenty ol
water; $5000; easy terms or will trade for good f«rm.
19— 50190 leet off the north-west corner lot 6, block 1, Hock’s addition,
with a triangular strip adjoining out of block 66, original towu ot Temple,
on w hich is situated a frame building knowu as “Nako Bottling Works”
price $550 cash.
20— All of lot 1 block 2, on whicn is situated 8 dwellings, 3 rooms each.
Tbit will be sold iu three parcels it desired, with each lot coutaiuing 50x110
feet and ono dwelling; price $1500 cash.
21— 40x120 feet outot the north-cas* corner of Rng''-<> 0*1
edge ot the city; 8 room dwelling; price $600 cash.
22— 110x150 feet in Moore’s addition, comfortable 4-room dwelling and
barn; price $800 cash.
23— Nice well finished house, 4 rooms, bath, china closet, pantry, two
grates with nice mantles, cistern, barn, wood house,, etc. Bowmau place:
price $3500, easy terms.
24— 4-room residence with barn and outhouses, in Moore’s first addi-
tlou for $2000 on monthly installments.
88—West halt ot the uorth 84 feet of lot 3, block 2, Bills addition, fronts
84 feet on 20th street and 50 lert on Ave G. with 2 small houses, reuts for
$10 per 11 ontb, a fine bargaiu for au investment, price $500 ccsb.
40— A splendid opportunity. A five room cottage neatly finished, in
Bentley’s addition, with a well of everlasting water, for $1800.
41— Nice attractive cottage in Bentley’s addition, well located, 4 largr
rooms wiin bath, pautry, china closet, wide hall and back porr>h, und* r-
$2600, on easy
terms or will trade tor desirable lot.
48—4-room cottage in Jones & Moores addition; lot has 60 feet front;
$750 cask,-- a bargaiu.
47—Good 4 room house iu Moore’s Park addition; well of good water
and nice fence; cheap at $^260.
58—Nicely finished 8-room cottage,hall,bathroom,2 galleries,waterworks
on northeast corner lot 76x110; price 10.60. This is a vory desirable prop-
erty in a choice locality; terms easy.
LOTS IM TEMPLE.
25— Lot 2, block 16, Taylor’s audition, $600 half cash, balance ono and
two ybars, teu per ceut interest.
2<>—Lots 2 and 4, block 17, TavJor’s addition, $500 each, half cash, bal-
>ne and two years, teu per cent interest.
Lot 4, block 19, Taylor’s addition, $450, half cash, balance one and
ten per ceut interest.
1 lot in Bentley’s addition, adjoining Wilder place, $400.
nth half, of lot 2, iu block D, Moore’s Park addition; prico $4C0,
it 6, in block 2, Bentley’s addition;price $565, easy terms.
Jlrnner’a addition. 100x180 feet: cheap 4 $350; on
/easant anur Ji
A Co’s ad-
men we have met. We wish | ^“iSSd »’d ^ only
tpirfc> "'V»' gi,
896 acres—James Gray survey-
Coryell county, 8 miles north of Kil-
leen, near Cowhouse creek. Most of
this is fine farming land.
534acres in Erath county, 2 miles
irom Dublin. Timbered land—choice
341 acres in Galveston county 2
miles from Dickenson R. R. station
on Dickenson Bayou—choice fruit
367 acres, Bell county, C. C. Allan
survey, 8 miles southwest of Killeen
and one-half mile west of W. T.
W. Goodrich Jones.
Belton, December 26, 1894.
Christmas passed off quietly in
the capital city.
The Sunday schools of the various'
denominations had Christmas trees
on Christmas eve.
There is another thing that de-
serves notice, and that is the ladies
of this place have been very active
in hunting up the, poor and provid-
ing for their wants.
James H. Hicks has bought what
is knowm as the Dorenfield residence
of T. B. Rugely for $15,000.
Assistant Attorney General Mann
Trece is in town spending Christmas
with the home folks.
A “TRANCE CLAIRVOYANT''-Send SI
cents, with age, eex and stamp and reoeire hor-
oscope of fntnre life. Madame Jobber, dead
. I traoce-mediuio, seventh daughter, horn With
tW'veil and wonderful gift of second eight; telle ^
I past present and future. Full name of whout /pS
you will marry; positively no Imposition: ad-
vice on basin ess, love, marriage, speculation,
divorco, changes, missing friends, sicknese,
wills, pensions aud all affairs of life; every hid-
den mystery 'revealed; helps all who ar» nt
trouble; never faiisi gives advice on point*
of interest, business transactions, love affairs,
faaily troubles, stock speculations, law suits,
absent friends, cures witchery, fits, drnnken-j
ness, opium hsbit, rheumatism and all lo
standing and mysterious diseases. /}
to any medium or fortune teller who can excel ;
her in her wonderful revel atioui of the paat,
present and future events of persons' Uvea.
AU challenges accepted, and in return chal-
lenges the world.
Business strictly private and confidential.
Madame Jnbber will always stand as high j
above tho common mediums in this country aa : j
the president above the ragpicker, while her :i
charges for the truth are the same »a the other
mediums charge for falsehood.
Skeptical people who, on account of the
many misrepresentations in the the papem,
have lost faith in newspaper advertising should
write and be convinced that all advertisement*- -*?|
after having bean in session three
weeks. There was a large amount
of business disposed of.
Marriage licenses issued since last
Jeff Funderburk and Mrs. Zebbie
A. Lewelen, A. C. Scief and Miss
M. D. McElroy, J. M. Cramer and
Mattie Gregg, W. J. Hines and Miss
M. C. Moore, Doc. Skinner and Miss
Vivil Bowen, W. H. Walker and
Miss Allie Hamilton, A. E. Payne
and Miss Mattie E. Peacock, Dr. T.
F. Davis and Miss T. E. Taylor, J.
E. Latham and Miss Ludie Joiner,
R. C. Ogles and Miss Minnie Dun-
can, Sam Miller and Misi Cariie
Mayo, W. A. Robbins and Miss Men-
tel Jones, W. N. Kellvand Miss Jen-
enie Lisenbe, W. B. Farmer and
Miss Fannie Keller, B. F. Liienbe
and Miss Lena Harvell, J. B. Hop-
kins and Miss W. P. Robinson. Wm.
Harkin and Miss Lallie A. Keene,
Geo. M. Hartrick and Miss Jennie
Crouch, Frank Finnegan and Miss
Lillie Paul, Samuel Smith and Miss
collecting all the heart’s sweet ties j Lela Finley; W. M. Miller and Miss
into one knot of happiness, they re- i Lila Buckley, .T. A. Turner and Miss
turned to the bride's home, Mr. A. | Susie Bantield, J. M. Jackson and
P. Garrett’s, where many friends i Miss Gillie Stewart, D. B. Spencer
and relatives were anxiously await-! an(l Miss Minnie L. Lykins, Will
ing them to extend congratulations, • Phillips and Miss Mattie Hannah,
and where a bounteous supper was ] P• F. Kirkland and Mrs. Katie
charms cause love, speedy marriages and suo-
cess in business. Yonr future revealed ia »
dead trance* Unites tho separated and cause* m
speedy and happy marriage with the one yo*
The following communication ar-
rived too late for insertion in our
Collina Hill, December 20, '94.
Quite a number of the young peo-
ple, together with a few ot the old
folks, assembled at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nichols Sat-
urday night, and mingled their
voices together for some hours in
“Mnsic, which gentlier on tho spirit lies
Than tired eyelids upon tired eyes.”
Married—At the residence of Rev.
Dr. Maxwell, of your city, two of
our fairest young people, Mr. John
Kirkland to Miss Ida Garrett. After
participated in by all. May happi-
ness, prosperity, and a path strewn
with flowers ever be theirs.
School is still “on a boom.” The
enrollment to date is 83, and several
more are to start “after holidays.”
This seems to suggest tho idea that
our worthy patrons are anxious that
the iadividuals of the forthcoming
generation may approach ideality in
integrity, morality and citizenship;
that each boy ^
is a part of / £ well'
neighborhood, t#, Ufe a jo,
the nation, the 4 ^
Thomas, Anderson Stewart and Miss
Lena Moreland, Wilson Jones and
Miss Nancy Taylor, Sidney Vaughn
aud Miss Cora Lee Tweeele, J. M.
Rainwater and Miss Nellie Spuhn,
Frank Morgan and* Miss Liilii
love; causes good luck in all things by proper
advice. Secure a charm and wear diamond*. Jf
Reveals everythin*. Mme. JUB3ER, box 7I» c j
New Albany. Iud., Lucky charm free Or"
this out and save it. Meutioo this paper.
Golf Colorado & Santa Fa .
No.l Galvoston Express,south 1:50 2 10p«
“ 73 Red Express “ 12:10 12:20am I
“ 2 Chicago Express, north 0:20 4:40 p mj
•“ 74 Red Express. “ 4:05 4:15 a 1
* * 41 Branch train from west 1:W p m
42 “ “westbound
13 South bound
14 North ‘ ‘
46 West “
Store for rent. North half of the
Field & Jenkins building from Janu-
ary tho first. See L. S. Field, Cal-
view to striving for * <
assigned to comp
serving at Fort
■ building lots
at livinu prices
Local freights carry passengers out not j
Train No. 1, south bound,
direct connection at Milano w’i|
& G. N. train for Taylor, Gfl
town, Austin and San Ai
With Southern Pacific at
burg for New Orleans, and all jxts
east. Train No. 73, south bo^
makes direct connection at Mno
with I. & G. N. north for H)’n,
Palestine and Longview. Wij S^
A. & A. P. at Cameron and llllis
and with Southern Pacific at Ben-
burg for the west, and to Wanton,
Victoria and Beeville. Traii| o. 2,
north bound, maks dirdet ejec-
tion at McGregor with the fetton
Belt east to Waco, Corsicunalyler,
Texarkana, Memphis and al Joints
east. Train No. 74, nortLround
connects at Morgan withvTexaa
Central west. With Cott| Belt
oast at Ft. Worth. Trains Its. 73
and 74, Red Express, are sell ves-
tibule between Galveston |id St.
For rates and othe
call on or address
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