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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 April 1898

\H A «J liySC nor BELl county democrat. SUCCEEDING THE SUNDAY MORNING CALL. Volume II. Belton, Texas, Thursday, April 7, 1898. Number 44. MI5TR0T BROS. & CO. With each succeeding year have surpassed their previous prominence as Bel on' 3 Leading Bargain Centre. We justly feel proud of the continued advance to popularity, which has been due alone to the merits of our merchandise. Our aim is to steadily increase this growth, to make all Bell County take an interest in this store, and with the three essentials—quality, variety and price, we are assured of complete success. Our mode of doing business has added great favor to our house; the one price- spot cash system am- introduced by us in Belton is a harbor of safety from long time credit houses, appreciated and taken advantage of by those who have ready money to pay for their goods and demand one hundred cents worth for every dollar they spend. 36 inch full bleached do- mestic at 3'Ac Yard wide soft finished domestic, its the 6ie...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 April 1898

^unty DemocfM. \ bt the „__^anOCRAT PUBLISH WO Cor#AflV, flilX L. SSVIIOV, Manager. MORITZ MAED6EN, Editor. Ent«r*d at the Post office at Belton *• Meoad claw matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER JYEAR. Offiee mp-«Uixa la &n*M Sttol Bailtiag. miMOM >0.41-1 riaft. Tb*- Jouro*!-Reporter of April a cftpitt from tile Brenharti Banner two letters. One from Hon. Harry Haynes to Hon. F. P. Uaraill of Tempie and a reply thefeto from Judge Beauregard Does the correspondence between I a LETTER PROM JNO. B. DURRETT during this period when the Hot. D. H. Hardy, chairman, Waco, | and Sir. Frank M. Lyon of McGregor, Texas, disclose the purpose of a con* spiracy which it is hoped wtlJ defeat visions in its council* and ranks? It looks that #ay Any how we shall see what we shall see. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1898. Bryan. Mr. Haynes states that Floyd the democratic party by fomenting di Tarver, brooks and Wallace Taylor, all republicans and negroes, in the distribution of federal patronag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 April 1898

Sell County Democrat A. R. CRAWFORD, Local Editor. VISii Mrs. w. E. Hall wan in Bclton yes* terd^v. Ask Gray about the new visitor at his house. Mr. P T. Morev has returned from Minneapolis. M. F. Hiatt has returned from a trip to Llano. There were 21 pleas of guilty in the r county court this week. Mrs. Wm. H. Ross and boys are visiting Belton relatives. J. watt Bigham was in Belton jester. y shaking nands with the boys. Saturday Apr. 16th will be decoration day at the North Belton cemetery, The Evans band serenaded the newly elected city officers last night. Mrs. N. A. Sayre is over from Tem- ple attending the Cnrtis-Lee wedding. Mr. w. P. Hancock was an appreciated cilier at the Democrat office Tuesday. Two stray horses were sold last Monday .one bringing $10.25, the other $7.50. County Treasure! W. L Wilson is now ready to pay teachers warrant No. 5. Mr J. w. Love of Salado, was a pleasant caller at the Democrat office Monday. There is talk among the young men of the town of org...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 April 1898

/ BiWTUWWR The Forils* * • ri b a Ring- n EnK SU| <MU BE Foj F1 CO att thj m CO nf s« gi * <% H St tl 0 c tl d d Ij a 1 l! I t t * t I I i SI t< ft t< <x it at et b ol G m e* to - th ao g« P« thi cu c« g0 Oi SCI CM an> ho wo on tm by ngi ni| ciU p'e the Th *i< pro 3 M j m. Mo Mlaaiaff Tor". Ar. In It •< u ni i «. - tb« K. . fr~ TV. fco war •ttc- i '' -• .p r a I t: ""V w* ^ing- ...u 48 * Cuba, i is up thfl * m~«:ige to doc- Ire- >aa- > -lent !jr>R* :"i; ; n ti'T'Q- t op- - •« hiU \ ■« and ,j t;r lan- • -into v-ill .. ui hia ncces- (. • • restore or- cp- w:l 'o o*nmend t :h< ■ isce of t. <• i=nr- ave no c - a i- > vi-. f cove: : at, and the president and cabinet beiuve that a iravesty v.nni«i bo p a.-ented to tho world if. <>lio tit tho rec ignition of in i'p n * '•>;. t ■ United States should, a- ' i •>' '.v rr.'i- that mdepend* or an : siaj the is.ami. l ->r .em's nv - i*e will be equal to a itio i of •v:i - and hos- tilit .e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 May 1907

Bell County, formerly a part of ohf^ilam'Sands Districts, was organized in the latter part of 1852. Among the earliest settlers in whJ At the time of its organization the county was very sparsely settled—perhaps its entire population would not reach 1,000. It's increase ia agricultural counties of the state. In fact within the past 40 years it has been transformed from a stock raising to an agricultural county, The area of the county is over 1100 square miles which is somewhat above the average of the most of the counties in the state. Of tSj^ vation consists chiefly of rocky hills which are generally covered with mountain cedar. This cedar is much used for fence posts, telegrt western part of the county is composed, is fine limestone, as good, building stone as can be found in the world. It is much used by railrc uses will be found for it. jjtSSkpply is practically inexhaustible and the time may come when it will prove one of the most valtt&bte-produets with farmers throughouft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 May 1907

BELTON NATIONAL BANK As is well knowu to the public this bank has been having re pairs and improvements made during months. These TYLER Among t^e lead Texas, none are than that of Tyf e firm SAM S. WALKER. Mr. Sam S. Walker, dealer in dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, is located on the north GEORGE W. TYLER was born in what is now Coryell County near Gatesville in 1851. During the Civil war his father, Judge O. T. Tyler, moved to and settled in Salado, where he re- sided until he moved to Belton in 1884, a few years before his death. Geo. W. Tyler received his early education in the schools at Salado. In the early '70s he attended the University of Vir- ginia and studied law at the Le- banon Law School, Cumberland University, where he graduated in 1874. Returning to Belton he opened an office and began the practice of his profession. 78 he narried Miss Sue ^^allace, & daughter of Dr. D. R, Wallace, of Waco, with whom he has lived happily ever since BELTOX COTTON MILLS. HAINE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 May 1907

f|gg!40if Since its very foundation. Temple has forged itself to the front until now it is a city of 10,000 inhabitants, and doing a business of which an; patronage and business, besides this, bdng~srt-the^junction of the Santa Fe and Kntv roads, it ia able to do a good wholesale and jobbing business It has alwa>js possessed a population that had vim. energy and push, and to these qualifications is greatly due the success and prosperity o Hess and prosperity. It possesses the advautage of good schools, numerous churches and most of the fraternal orders, and as good soeiety and good Its business men are liberal and up-to-date in their dealings, and are constantly reaching out for n* w customers. ^ From a mere village it ha?, during the past 25 years grown to a city of stately proportions, possessing many handsome business houses With such a class of business men as it possesses the town is bound to grow and prosper. Read the following short sketches of some of the bu*1- might just...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 May 1907

The Bell Ccuniy Democrat. Established in 1896. FOUGHT IN A FOG. JNO. S. DUNN, Editor and Pub. SUBSCRIPTION, *1.00 FfiK \ EAR Entered at the Belton 1'ostoffice as Sec- ond Class Mail Matter. CITY OFFICIAL ORG^N A u' irfff'T Kates MaOe Application, Thursday, May s KndT— l6, I907 Principal Could See the Other. The most laughable duel ever "fought" In France was that which took place In November, 1878, at Plessis-I'iquet between Messrs. Gambetta and De Fourtou. Some heated words had passed be- itt't&a ihe I '.o uistiiifTtusbeii gentlemen In the chamber of deputies, far which, according to their ideas of honor, 110 lii tag could atone except a duel T*y* mrn WF* on tne field at- tended by their seconds and the sur geons. A look over the field was enough to convince any cne present that there would be no occasion for the doctors' services. A thick November fog iitin: over the scene—so thick, indeed, that STORY OF RAPHAEL Italian Painter Once settled a Bill. Raphael, the great Italian p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

/ Tit OCMOCRAT Fabllthet All Mm kaw All the Tla* SO CI NTS THE VtAfc / r ,'U tMvr.? 'J Library L COUNTY DEMOCRAT. •W , TUB OKBATBST OOOD TO TUB 0HHATR3T NUMHfcH.- Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1908 Number 16 How the People Loved Him. * precision of our respect to his bo- loved family. "O God, w«« bdw to thy l«>crw We mourn rlup fallen one, Yet wfctdoiu rules, O God with Thee Thy will, not ours be done. U >v«>al Thy wondrous power To those now left alone, ' Suuiiort until that solemn hour When Thou shall say 'Come Home' Fraternally submitted, M. A. Stamper. Dr. Jarreite Helesley I.cw. Died at Helton, Texas, Tci-:ki>a\ , \maky 21, HK 8. I * * and beneficent principles which this Order stands. T< foiv^V mcont maidens, desti' widt/\f helpless orphans the Oiirft.tian religion, was K*M. templar Mb*. tnent Coinmunwr and "its* (if Helton Oom- Tr^, Kni ^Te in* • r ' ' Stpr-Jt would be itu- rocoi"d the ineotp^-ss- ie gfieffMif onisj. OommafiSifcvy thte j^s'ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

sgp * 9 TTIR BK1.I, ruVNTV DKMOCKAT THURSDAY, JAMJAkY 30, 1908 * I Han a Fresh Supply of ' TELMO, LONG AND HIENZ Pare Fruit Preserves end Jams In Mtu and Tins at 30c to S0« They Are EcoeHent. Try Them. FRANK K. AUSTIN A NhW PLACE The Avenue Bar Celebrated Dripping Springs Sourmash, Old Parnell Rye and GARRISON'S MALT Brands that are Celebrated for their Purety. Drop in and see a Noat Place, a Clean Place, a Quiet Place, and the Place to get Pure Liquorn, Wines, Brandies and Cigars. ONE DOOR BKLOW NIUKO ON TrtB AVENUE. J. C. PRESTON, AGENT REAL ESTATE IMPROVED FAKMS FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS Vendor Lien Notes Bought and Sold MTEIEST MID ON TIME DEPOSITS OFFICE OVER SAFLEY BROS., NIURO STAND, BELTON. BURN EUPION OIL If you use coal oil, buy the best. The genuine Eupion oil is recognized as the best the world over. It can be procured from the following merchants: SAFLEY BROS, STAMFERI& WILES' T. W.COCHRAN ft CO., BELTON TRADING C<fc, S.TIMS, THUS. A. COOK, F. K. AUSTIN, REESE ft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

/ \ ♦ m \ X i •r] ¥ K1 IHUHSOAY. JANUARY jo, 1008 THE BMJ. C(H'NTY DEMOCRAT i * f (\ iiiiiiiiiitiHiWWiMmhVM* Giough £ Warren The Best $350.00 PIANO on Earth; Guaranteed by M. F. HIATT & SON Is the instrument selected to be given to the young lady who wins in our Piano Contest. The piano is on exhibition at the music house of M. F. Hiatt & Son, Belton, Texas, and the young ladies who are interested may call there and see the piano and test it at any time that suits their convenience. HESSRS. HIATT & SON GUARANTEE THIS INSTRUHENT To Be THE BEST FOR THE MONEY To Be Had Anywhere. "%mm mmwmwwmmwmmwwwmwmwIS An Egg Story. The Honey Grove Signal re- ports a rooster in its town that lays an egg every day. Is it possible that Jim Lory suspend- ed his buttermilk club during the holidays or is this just a com- mon nature fakir story?—Wills Point Chronicle. Simply because you do not eggs-pect a rooster to lay is no eggs-cuse for your eggs-ecrable slander. This isaneggs-ception- al ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

W?'; - THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908 Bell County Democrat MsUbluhed in 1896. PuMfikcd By Democrat PafclisllBO Campaay. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pre*., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treeaa., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION. 50c. PKR YEAR i H r I r# v,M<$ ■ f#I* ■£, - \ ' v--.r ■■ -4-'' ' J?'\- ■4* f tsif .• V I > . ' Sfcr::,v- --■ - • UK Entered at the Belton Po toffice a* Bec- oad Claas Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holders. K. Austin nk Baker C. Clabauffh W. Chchran eo. W. Cole, Jr. A. Cook L. Curtia W. P. Dcnman Coleman Eads R. Everett f. F. Elliott fl. M. Felts Roy Hammer ami th 'Dr. C. Freeman O. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier Lewis Hatcher J. H. Head Thos. Yarrell W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston R. E. Rankin S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hoseu Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

IHURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT w«M«aaHgaa«MBBama«ggn*5iagMiEggi ipg^.;sBCEa«a5; I t v > . *jd extraJxtra -I Cr «r- Greot- JJANIMRY anuarY muabANCE ARANC& KBSALt Great January jawuary BAHCfe r%AL& EXTRA / tXTRA 1 'firtat. JANUARY i January jCUARANCC j CfceARAWCC £Att I &>Ul EXTRA EXTRA ) ~ fy"" '* **■, JANUARY januai^ J JANUARY Clearance clearance /I sale \ -6ale •0 EXTRAJextra 0reat Jl Cr«a^ jahoary^january OEARANCfl^EARANCt J SALE WE ARE TAKING OUR SPRING TONIC EARLY Now We Are Getting Ready For SPRING—Reducing Stock, Clearisg up Broken Lots and Odds and Ends—Sacrificing practically All Our Winter Roods, in short we are getting in shape for the Spring Campaign. Price Reducing is our Tonic and we are taking it early and manfully. Our Annual clearance sale I the name of the tonic, is a grand success. It is stimulating sales to a wonderful extent We are selling ont line after line of goods that you all need right now. People know a bargain when t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

i ( I OQSOQQCSmSUVi J. C. Preston is visiting rela- tives in Florence, Texas. mmm (P^eW -<b-< *. r< WHY THE BELT, COUNTY DEMOCRAT thur l>ay. January 3°. 190 That each month in all the best homes in this country, on the library table, and in every club reading room, you find the METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE It is because it keeps you in touch with those great public and human movements on which the American family depends. It is because its stories are the best published anywhere. It is because its illustrations in color, and black and white, set the standard. It is because its articles are the most vital and interesting. It is because there is something in each copy for every member of every American family. A YEAR'S FEAST 1800 Beautiful Illustrations. 1560 Pages of Reading Matter. 85 Complete Stories. 75 Good Poems. 50 Timely and Important Articles. 1000 Paragraphs presenting the big news of the "World at Large." 120 Humorous Contributions. Wonderful Color Work, presented in f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

>I)AY, JANUARY 30, igo8 THE HELL COUNTY DEM( M 'UAT l< popular voting . contest Rules and Regulations and General Information of The Democrat's Contest TERMS AND CONDITIONS. 1. Any young lady or girl over ten years of age (white of course) may be nominated by any friend or friends as a candidate to receive any one of the gifts. Such nomina- tion MUST be by the knowledge and consent of the lady nominated. 2. All who pay for one year's subscription to The Democrat (SO cents) will be entitled to cast ore hundred votes for the candidate of his or her choice. This applies to renewals or new subscribers alike. 3. The nominee receiving the highest number of votes will receive the piano, gift No. 1, th second highest gets gift No. 2, and so on to the end. 4. Votes for any nominee must be cast and recorded tuith agents or handed in to The Democrat office; they can not 'N. recalled, cancelled or cast for another The pub- lishers are not to divulge who any one vites for, except to settle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 January 1908

vm I >rW^-> THE BILL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ! i "H ■i Advertisiie TWr Interests Yye Endeavor to advance the Business interests of ustomers in every legiti- mate way. In -doing: so our motives may be somewhat tinctured with selfishness, for upon the prosperity of its patrons hinges the success of every bank. Belton y National Bank fhmm mm • SOT60OU1 Co.. $480 Court House News District Court. The civil docket of the District Court will be continued next week and the following have been drawn as jurors to serve for the W H Simmons, Temple; A J Nichols, Temple; Harmon Whit- ley, Temple; T J Crouch, Temple; T J Jenkins, Temple; Tom Leigh, Temple; WH Hutchinson, Tem- ple; James L Daugherty, Killeen; Fred Hall, Killeen; Will Levy, Killeen; W E Rambo, Killeen; J B Stringer, Killeen; J T Collier, Killeen; Will Brewster, Bartlett; W. H. Lange, Bartlett; Carl Pool, Bartlett; J M Moore, Holland; J V Cavitt, Holland; T W Good- night, Holland; H E Edwards, Holland; Clint Bond, Oenaville; Will Gree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

\l Tex 13 State Library -■?*«, ' t® fl . life. 3-xdSi .* * - * i L> m 5S K Y ( At®, •r rimi ■fc lllflblt III 3rd 111S '11(1 md TW MMOCIAT AH All the TIm 50 CCNTS UK YE At. WOO TO TUB OKBATB5T NUMBER Volume Xil. BELTON, TEXAS, VHUR5DAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1908 Number BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will re- quest that you send in your Jtems so as to reach the Democrat of- fice by Monday evening of each week. Also make paragraphs of ®ach" item mentioned, and be careful about spelling names of people you mention. BrookbarM Dots. Wehave another cold snap. L Ji .Spurlin left Tuesday for Melrose, N. M. Very sorry in- deed were we to give him up as he was our Sundy school super- intendent. He will return to get his family. T. J. Justice has been appoint- ed superintendent of the Sunday school, the position recently va- cated by Mr. Spurlin. * Miss Dolly Garner of Sugar Loaf spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Will Willess. Mrs. Nora Parks is teac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

PHE B'^L roUNTY SPAY, FEBRUARY 6, i*>6 is *4 I Have a Fresh Supply of mm, LONfi AND HIERZ Para Frail Preserves and Jam Ir Mas* aed Has a! JOeto 50c A y t / ( 1 ."I JL ■ ( l-> r , • •' "• it, . r i ' •jt <*" ~ ' jjl ' J X 1 3, * 3. A V - ♦* + t/'' * ,1'vt ttoy Are ExaaNeat. Try Them. ' FRANK K. AUSTIN Official Directory, STATE OFFICERS. r ThijAas M. Campbell—Governo « " A: B. Davidson—LteuTeftflmt Gov- ernor. L. T. Dashiell—Secretary c< State. John W. Stephens—Comptrollei Sam Sparks—Treasurer. J. J. Terrell—Land Commission- er. R. V. Davidson—Attorney Gen- eral. .. P. Cousins—Superintendent of Public Instruction. ■ W. J. McDonald—Revenue Agt j. Newton—Adjutant General. Allison Mayfield, L. J. Story, 0. B. Colquit—Railroad Commission- ers. J. C. PRESTON, AGENT REAL ESTATE IMPHUVED FARMS FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS Vendor Lien Notes Bought and Sold INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OFFICE OVER 5AFLEY BROS., NlURO STAND, BELTON. X BURN EUPION OIL If you use coal oil, buy the best...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1908 THE ftftrj, COUNTY DEMOCRAT f I 4 WrtWWWWWWWiWWiVWiWkVkK Clough & Warren The Best $350.00 PIANO on Earth; Guaranteed by M. F. HIATT & SON "Elements of Auricul'ure." " This is a new buuk pu oils lied by Prof. W. ('. Welborne, vice director of the Texas Experiment Station. It is a valuable book and should be in tin* hands of every fanner in the state. Below we give a few exeerpts Inun this tjb bouk: W €« * 0OO0O • O O0OOOQ •••••G % Is the instrument selected to be given to the young lady who wins in our Piano Contest. The piano is on exhibition at the music house of M. F. liiatt & Son, Belton, Texas, and the young ladies who are interested may call there and see the piano and test it at any time that suits their convenience. HESSRS. HIATT & SON GUARANTEE THIS INSTRUflENT To Be THE BEST FOR THE MONEY To Be Had Anywhere. From Bud Short. Pecan Bend, Feb. 3, '08. Editor Dimocrat: Seen through the paper that so many of your country friendsare gitt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

v PIS w ■ a, _■ mmPr mJ&r- Irfy Bell County Democrat iMiUiihcd in 1896. * PukU'M By Demerit PiMishiaf Company. (Incorporated) m m m ■ m m M,: H&>- DIRECTORS: - 8. M. Ray, Prea., W. 8. Hooter, Vice Proa., C. B. Bmith, Sec-Treeaa., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOOOAU., Mawagf. SUBSCRIPTION, 5«c. « I5* VEA« |- Entered at tbe Belton Pottoffice aa Bec- oad Claaa Mail Matter. Official Paper Qty of Belton Democrat Stack Holders. V. K. Austin Frank Baker X. C. Clabaugh T. W. Chchran Geo. W. Cole, Jr. T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. B. Fisher J. M. Frasier Lewis Hatcher J. H. Head W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P. McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston R. E. Rankin S. M. Kay J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Itaere is never a question as to the absolute purity and ...

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