The Temple Times. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, July 29, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. XVII. NO 34
TEMPLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING JULY 29, 1898
Regular Subscription $100 pm Year.
Prices out in every department to clear out all ]
Summer Goods, It’s our iron clad rule toj
never carry stock from season to season.
» * While it is a “no-profit” sale for us, it pays us |
‘ ‘'•fin the end in the way of always having j
AN, DOWN-TO-DATE, DEPENDABLE]
tCHANDISE. Hence prices like these:
121c yd. wide Percales for 10c.
65c Mouseline de Soie for 25c.
25c Organ dies for........ 15c.
$5.00 Parasols for........13.50
$1.25 Slippers (8i to 10)... 25c
5ct Calicoes, fancy, for.... 04c
Ladies 59ct Hats for...... 10c
$1.25 Shirt Waists for.... 50c
Fine Lace Stripe colored
Zephpr Ginghams worth 20c,
. 20c 40-in. Turkish Towels for 10c j
Ladies’ black Oxfords,4 to 8,
125 pairs Ladies’ Oxfords
and Sandals, 2 and 3 pair of a
kind, worth $1.25 to $3,50 a
pair, for.................. $1.00 j
Old Ladies’ Slippers 75c
and $1.00, now............. 50ci
Fine line Figured Lawns
worth 7i to 12}cts, for......05c j
Ladies’ Oxblood and Fancy
Hose were 20 and 30cts, now 10c l
Only room for perhaps one bargain
in a hundred. We can please youj
and make you good money. Come!)
Bentleyglass & Go.
THE CASH HOUSE,
12 & 14 Main St., Temple, Texas.
Got hisjDeaert*. bis home, satisfied that justice had
Dallas is a law and order county. been done- while the unfortunate
. T , . .., . wretch, doomed to expiate his crime
On the 15th of July a terrible crime ’ „ , ,
j , , .... upon the gallows, was returned
was committed within its borders. . r,. ” . ’ . . .
. . , .. ,. . to his quarters in the county jail
An aged white woman wasthevict- , , , , ,.
im of a fiendish assault a„d the per- an|l guards placed oyer h,m.
petrator was a negro. The sherriff
of the county and his men were noti* negress> 60 .years old, was
fled thirty minutes after the comtnis-! brutallV assaulted early Tuesday
sion of the crime and never rested | morniD^ bv a y°un* b,ack buck< who
until they found the trail of the cul-1claimed to be conducting her from
prit, fleeing from the vengence of ithe dePot to her daughter’s resi-
outraged law. He made for thedence* He left the old woman badly
swamps and there he was captured bruised and minus *850 a11 the
the building now occupied by the Robeson-Winkleman Dry Goods Co., and, if Pr ov-
idence does not interfere, we will occupy said building after August 31st, next.
The question of moving is a serious one with us. Our books show over #22,000.00
stock to be disposed of, and as our Mr. Ginnuth will leave tor New York early next
week, we have decided to begin a grand
Removal Cut Price Sale
which will make some prices very much less than cost to produce. This sale began
Last Saturday, July tlx© 23rd, 1898.
« Here is Our Mark: |
I 1 2 3 4 56 7 8 9 *
AND HERE ARE THE CUTS:-
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by the officers and citizens who
had had joined in the chase. The
relatives and friends and neighbors
of the victim were fearfully incensed
and in the city and country the in-
dignation of the people was deep-
seated and unmistakable. Judge
Charles F. Clint, County Attorney
R. B. Allen and Sherriff Cabell an-
nounced that the accused party
would be given a speedy trial and
that twelve good and true men would
see to it that justice was done.
These assurances that the law would
be given full swing and the accused
would be given a full, free and fair
trial satisfied the people ot city and
country whose blood fairly boiled
within their veins when the wrongs
of the victim were recited. There
were no threats of mob violence, no
piling of faggots about a stake in-
tended for bureau sacrifice Last
Monday week the grand jury was re-
convened and the facts were laid be-
fore. After 4 hours’ deliberation a
true bill was found against Joseph
Molone, charging him with criminal
assault upon Mrs. Frederick Stein
of Miller’s Switch. Yesterday
Joseph Malone was sent to trial and
last evening a jury returned a verdict
ot guilty of the crime charged in the
indictment and assessing the death
penalty. On the 15th of July the
crime was committed; on the 25th of
July the accused, admitting his
guilt, was given the severest penal-
ty known to the law. And the the
great crowd in and about the court-
house dispersed,' each mah going to
money she had. Officers at once
began the search and Wednesday
morning he was picked up by some
negroes whose services had been en-
listed and turned over to the offi-
cers. He was taken to Belton jail
and it is to be hoped will receive the'
punishment his crime deserves. The j
negro had been working on the Joe
Woods farm near the scene of his
A ten days or two weeks revival j
meeting will be held in the Evangel- J
ical church, this city, commencing
next Sunday, July 31st.
The Reverand C. Bunse, of San
Antonia, and G. P. Hauser, of Gal-j
veston will be present to preach the j
word. There will be two services
every day, one commencing at 9:45
a. in. and the other at 8;15 p. m.!
The night services of Thursday and
Friday, on the 4th and 5th, will be
in the English language
The meeting will be in charge of
the presiding elder and pastor, W
Daeschuer. Everybody is cordially
invited to attend.
400 pieces Table Cutlery, sil-
ver-plated, white metal, German
silver, gold alluminum, choice
for one-half of! the price.
All steel Table Cutlery one-
All Carving Sets one-fourth off
All silver plated Table Cut-
lery one-third off.
All silver plated Hollow ware
one third to one-half off.
All Graniteware, our best
grade, one-fourth off.
All Tinware one-fifth off.
All Galvanized ware one-tenth
All 3-string Brooms 10 cents.
All 4 string Brooms 15 cents.
One lot 4-string Brooms, ex-
tra seleet, at 20 cents.
All China 15 to 25c, i off.
All China over 25c, 4 off.
“ Decorated Cockery, 4 off.
“ White Crockery,one-tenth
to one-fifth off.
All broken lines and odds and
ends in crockery, \ to 4 off.
All plain Glassware, one-tenth
to one-tiftb off.
All colored Glassware \ off.
“ fancy •* 4 off.
“ cut Glass 1 oil'.
“ Chamber Sets one-fifth off
“ Flower Pots j off.
“ Jardinieres j off.
“ Spittoons 1 oil.
“ Bird Cages one-fifth off.
“ Picturs i off.
All Fancy Baskets \ off.
“ Toilet articles over lOcts
except soap, i off.
All Jewelry 4 to 4 off.
“ Table Linen one fifth off.
“ Napkins one-fith off.
“ Stamped Linens 4 off.
•4 Towels, except cotton, 4 off
‘ Neckwear 4 to 4 off.
“ Hosiery over lOcts, 4 off.
The 25ct drop stitch, Herms-
dorf, best black hose, 15 cents.
The 15ct grade at lOcts.
All Handkerch’fsover lOcioff
44 Linen 25c ’Kerchiefs 4 off
“ Silk Handkerchiefs 4 off
“ Lace ‘ 4 off
“ Fancy lines 1 to 4 off.
“ Broken lines in staples 4otf
“ Baseball goods over lOcts,
one fifth off
150 pieces German and Japa-
nese blue ware, 4 off.
All Hose Supporters 4 to 4 off.
“ Checked and Plaid White
Goods one-fifth off.
All Bed Sheets one-fourth off.
“ Pillowslips one fourth off.
“ Silk Mits one third off.
“ Gloves one third off.
“ Belts one-fourth to one-
One lot Stockent Dress Shields
No. 2 <fe 3, only 8cts a pair '
One lot check saBli ribboi®#*
only lOcts ayaid.
Mens 15ct Black and Tan sox
lOcts a pair.
One lot 25ct sox, 3pr for 50cts
One lot Chenille Table Cov-
ers, cheap at 35c, only 23cts.
3, only, Krokonole boards
complete, oily #2.45
85ct hemmed white bed
spreads only 59cts.
150 ready made for use Mos-
quito bars, only 99cts.
Gingham Bonnets 15cts.
Chamby “ 29cts.
Few Ice Cream Freezers,
Few Window Screens,
Prices cut to sell ’em quick.
Fly Traps only lOcts.
Fly Paper 6 sheets tor 5cts.
Moth Balls 10c worth for 5cts.
One handsomely decorated
Porcelain, $21.00 Dinner set for
One handsome China #40 00
Dinner Set $27.75
One Haviland $45.00 Dinner
Set goes for #29.75.
One #15 Tea set goes for $9.20.
One blue decorated China
Dinner Set regular price $27.50,
goes for #17.75.
All broken lines and lots any-
where in the store, prices will
be cut to sell ’em quickly.
that you can buy
For ONE DOLLAR ^
1*01x7 §cl7WGirte yJ
than you can from any otner I _
houBe in Bell County.
Considering that our regular prices have been and are under all dealers, makes this the most remarkable
CUT PRICE REMOVAL SALE
in the history of Temple. Every advantage and opportunity will be given the people of Bell county to buy
everyday-use necessities for wholesale cost, less than wholesale cost, and for less than cost to produce.
FIRST COME, FIRST SFRNED. Heed the foregoing and profit thereby. OUR LOSS, YOUR GAIN,
The Price Cutters
and Monarch oi Low
• Prices in Temple.
I5f~PLEASE NOTE:- No goods taken back, exchanged or money refunded, unless by our fault.
iST'TO ARRIVE:—110 dozen Ladies Summer Vests, 4 ‘JOBS,’’ Manufacturers’ Samples, regular prices
15 to 50 cents, our prices will be 84 to 15 cents each. THE FAIR.
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Crow, J. D. The Temple Times. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, July 29, 1898, newspaper, July 29, 1898; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth585078/m1/1/: accessed August 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.