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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 26 February 1898

= 4V •r rm. ...j £ ,( 2 He Melton Journal **• ■rtl" ■'••rmal, ,,hl. . | I *—«. c.«y a„r, ^ 91^P*ml 1 k 2 ^MLu -% &ALmo M0TE5. BAlAlto, Feb. a '6ms Xaaij . 9 w T u T, PEK8°*At H«"et«v,*cPar,and> E*i-, Toisr land, 1'J™" •*«*« UP from _ ^ ( . Co« >enu onTert c«Ur Knob JOtTRlSr^X* J^',b00k",,,,tepr'C« ' Han C,P«- Holland received a '">■ Mills county tbia week K«ty ia 8parks on tbe - I'it to reliable, uptodat« .. Da n at Cildwell there la m which wishes to keep to village lin^61" « Ibis pl.ce i„ ,0 btfe cny * cow must be treated aa a va JrM| The -Jetties March" ™ lo 09 q i!l« Mrs. Bltck°? We')0^y. tOW° tr°m 41 Temp?. «ft" ' fctUffte<l lo her bom« car of wheat Jc "win, Mrs. S H It?* VlsI,ed >>er k- f Miss snnk,. "• ar,on. Of this p|act, btUi after Miss Sophia Ram « 'Ta"mm B<" - U"°«iC1P£ -Srff--,tt 10 " °'U P..Jhere 0 bii^rS* "Klullo.: J- «a t" Ih™ °T' *™ . TfcHw J part,." N^h'^ tal «J J--~ - Week. "" ,0 San Angelo ihfe RRYSt\i\i\OTT 4 greeting bis I J from Thos. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 26 February 1898

VfUU JOTTRN"-A-Xj. S.A.TTXR-O^Tr, be \k>lh« shapes Ike course unborn generations— goes tiding {Vrough aU \ke i and enlcrs the confines o* ;tcrail>'. VYah vvKat, care, there- &oukl Uis k\uccUuit MotH- guaj 4jU«i no\A( g*ea\ V be to wuid of* danger and kct lite Joyous and hafp-y. ^.Vui si-.' V% V V1 V4^ v «k v*A *JL> f*VC«A tB i <\**u t VUv *• "V \ li A>--. t VXY V v |% v Xv*vtti;4 A «" S - *=> • - v av. W Vf vbo your shockl b« vtiae enough not cuufidaat in L' e ufheo. \ . "Xo matter *wW> your employ V Xoucanuot aSord to acceyt luncheon*. drive*, or WW vyjAUuU troiu bun. \ ik> Uut meivu U aI nil uitu *ja'- -\SaU1' ^ thou* *-'o* U ero V« thvu«aas ul i!^ 'W!,ut Cttliue liUUSiWi UAtUTV V au'l When thiuxa haxe $-"« Wlon* at borne theJW w au uwueuse wtisiaj-Uon W VW; a^c ujau lu avtuuit \ >y<ott -syiut.-thy. whk\ he SiclV'5X A*4 not d$*W?. fcuui i\ v*«W. tbAXiiiiUH |U*1 \\V> by- SkV, iu him- But W ^V-A V> «K*k, uoV W> VAt« V ot V ur ou.^.t, -wO,yK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

t lO PAOEN r i*M WM* (JlWeaWII® Hi NPKCIAL EDITION BELTON JOURNAL T* Ttear* Paw M 9* *r.<, H M*«t th« D« '■"■iwirr" o AMHVW4 KM <* ?** *«*£«*,«? A*.1 fcKLTO*. TEX A*, IHI hMMV, M4V 7, IVI4, LVol. XLVIII; No. II $ BELTON-Yesterday and Today; Those Connected with Its Early history... r,i •' torn *ifrfri wfrart it f#*n+rA im t *A VA-:*J# W*\'* A ptteriM* Ut *&+*+ ***** ttoy vt #* .-ntAftut/tig star/ 'A ftto >/ /* *4(7, ft m ortXsf | > «(.+;*+'. y* i^sMA WW *•#*>#* V«r M 'if relat* * ptifWrt of ffrto Iflft P**t: mtor* vc(t toyift, h/m*v*f, f wish to .**/ !.b#t ,< (fit I L, KKUMSHXM4 r#w <*ft,rt>* i* T #***, jmm * rv ^fht say rft Kmtcfwu, tm tfa*ff> ft history ft* jfftfWWrthWf * ft iff- (>f tWfOft, Tfci* in* frff&04f *A- e*a$# fh*v at* fyt f*t*fA. toMMM fffrft# IMUfff, hk* *****! few other filftfM, hm * ***<*>4\;fh* f&,*?'■ fr*< *** ■ 4fh*~. *' extendi** imk rfA/t ft* *'*&«*■ 'A '41 «*♦> > 4ky§ of Te#*#, ?fr* gr*e Art >*** *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

- -- Hii Some of Bel ton's Leading Firms - ~ ITZ^Z.T T°""" m E. O. HALE Tailor and Hatter, 107 Eaat Street. m Mr. E. 0. Hale 1b the proprietor of this popular place. Mr. Hale was born and raised in Bolton. Son of Walter Hale, our highly trusted police officer. Mr. Halo started his tailoring busi- neaa in a small way in 1010. Carries a complete line of gents' famishing goods, featuring the Wil- son Bros, shirts and Arrow Brand Collar*. Carries an up-to-date line of hats. Features the one-price ($25.00) tail- oring line. Mr. Hale is fully equipped to do a gents' tailoring, and repair business, has two Bteam pressing machines of the very latest type. Mr. Hale was married in 1909 to Mlas Jewell Wood, the popular couple have two children, a boy and a girl. For good tailoring go to Hale. 8HELTON-STEELY COMPANY. W mi' M: mm Mm K -llv JESS? Bpfir .• PM?, f: : K Ever since the cost of living aviat- ad a few years ago the American mer- chant has been trying to solve the problem of making a do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

wrap • rS^STWSHSST-— Hi iM|jiiiWj|ii 1 i /iff. i. ■ •* m Some of Belton's Business Interests Leading Stores, /Manufacturing Plants and Professional Men.... : 'X* wM**m ' ""7m, .TRYbftts ' ' ' ' i oufrh m|mtrience in dry good* and been known a* one of its roost relia- c lathing, who buys e*pecisll) for thi*, blc, leading and capable publit department and always ha* the newest ted men of the city, whose extensive novelties in Stock. acquaintance and popularity with all The next salesroom I* devoted to classes of people ha* made a pillar of groceries, both staple and fancy, and strength in the upbuilding of the city, a very *trong line of almo*t every u e-( and in the advancement of the work ful article to be u ed by farmer, i of modern improvement in all line.-, of basin?** beneficial to the public* best interest*. This establishment is a leading en- terprise of it* da** in thi* city, and is high in vhe 11*1 of solid, successful en- terprise* upon which the reputation ranchman or mech...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

BEL.TOV PL BUC SCHOOtS *.«* v4-. y ***wi>.6 ii, -aasr .iwiaMW^aiswg J.mwir i*r mmmu « j ««« tut. o « jjHMftir < a* m- tm smr -j£~^xmtmir ~>*m -jS&m*- '**■ &zcm0. i*M '■**■ .**■ - tew®*- «st fflllfciMWBwWSti Sft^WS-- tsasS* .>#***-' a ^nr n 3* -s# <*■•-*<*• -dgdfe -'*UM* 'r- . ^awn- ;«MW«r ;5f TP*®;.' JMBMiiW ■'. ' jaKK raw- ran* tSfcr -.*■* ,|gs*' subs**** ■■"^o- w 5*-^iwf 't«r jSfeN - 3£ :fc «W9C- '**£: Sw>- .stfrnq* -3W "i* *>S -« awnwaBotf 'ny ;:jfe *• Tkm>a0t -• Sir■<•*£**?* «f "£*• ««8. -i$w«ww •-- « jAaiite- *0fc<CttU'' -—'•■ --• -ui ^ 3*®«r "&0C*- .* rn«~m a* wm^m^r ******** i £51- * * Z Mum 1^-irn****** •***+ ■** > *<«*> - ... _.- , . .. ' ' ^ «g*Nt« JSM* wm00M0*m * z-&**«** .itiii—* miiMir aw **••.,._. ' f: ... • ':.r-.._,, ' inirtlwrUfflr rnwwwrr' tr 0B:&*&■ -m TT. ^ _. __ — _ w- a«K* ■ >**«&.- _ ****&**#■ turn mm*- ■V'stStumr'H'.^ •*~t5®«' ■ —v ■ J.- - ««;* .. ~;*G-.:3#- «<ttmmmSmtr3h I*S Uf ^...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

• >; ,r raTr -T 41 BE YOUNG MEN'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE „ — _ One of the Livliest Commercial Organi- zations in the State; Future Work Mapped Out By President. —such as pictorial booklets or fold *r«, or other advertising novelties. I believe it would be a good ld#a to have a committee to fully investigate aid recommend plans, or report on Ithe advisability of such advertising. Tie VouaK Men's Ckaintx-r of Com ■metv*- is «Hie of tbe livlieg' eomuier- -eiai organization,- in Ui<- Hla(<- 'J ii<-re to* e btHsn. of course, many ottu :- (uii- mereial organizations in B-I'mu. but, ttoe Young Men's Chainber of Cota- jqpio- b tout litUe more tuaii oil* year It caiae into being of itececslty. Heiutn wu-h waiuiit; up; tber^ was muai individual awakening; -i dirt<t tut: Ion* was needed, and seeded bal- ly A of the most enterprisint: •e U*euh of ttoe city me' in ttoe Elks club rooms on<- night about founerii JBOBUih Ago. and, after discussion concluded that what Bel ion needed t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

ylor College for Women Bellon's Greatest Educational Institution 9m mm* txwc amy year* h*yk-r i %m a Umtmnat po*i- fm #nr OtfytiHt «du«MtMMc*1 ey#- . 4b*gmv**« m W,. it tout ** I *K*t itewsrt! «>w* toaw tfrirtoea I gstni* an^ <>«. •« The m M MSfcC, 4totog flc* a4w<w&riUa<Bw« «f Dr. John mm i fc w-* * <>' OTpA# glWWtfc Mitw«t- L>r K t>> f««€. f M. rr •'**• «w«< «h#** >««> ©M*4B£ with beautiful natural keener/. It f*| l*&r enough to Uk busing/: <*:«: «• | «f Belton for convenience i« securing h supplies, ar«d yet is out in the court- i try away froas the noise and smoke aii< other anwy ri«f> incident to a; iar; town or city. A spirit of Horn#-- j life is fostered, and the student bo<1}r j witfe the faculty constitute one b'v\ family. ( <At*K* How. The Cottage Home w a reai Chris- j ternooru each week, and to the Ath- letic Manager two afternoon#. In the first instance, she is given such marches, runs, calesthenics, and folk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

'-m vmmmeismfm- m.ji WMII uwhiwm <D Some of Belton's Magnificent Churches and the Pastors ■•"a ./"..a f'-yrr fi First Baptist Church. HISTORICAL SKETCH FIRST BAP- TIST CHURCH. Truly has it been said that "no peo- ple are greater than their religion." This holds not only with reference to nations, but as to local communit'cs as well. In this particular Belton has been and is, most happily situated. Its religious institutions show that the little city has a high standard of religious ideals and conduct. Because of its close relations with Baylor College, the First Baptist church has been a priceless boon to the religious life of Belton, for its re- ligious influence is not only felt local- ly, but extends to thousands of the best homes in Texas as well as homes beyond the borders of this common- wealth. The religious activities of those of the Baptist faith extend away back in the dim past. But, the work of the Baptists did not take tangible form until in the latter sixties. At thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

55= Some of Belton's Magnificent Churches and the Pastors iW'" = b church is at present small a live Sun- day school is During the past several ' months Rev. Curtis Fletcher of Temple, has given the church splendid services at least twice each month and has put new life and earnestness of pur- pose into the members of the congre- gation. Rev. E. H. Earle of New York has entered the diocese of Texas and will have charge of the church in this city and in Cameron and Rockdale. He held his first service in this city Easter Sunday night, delivering an eloquent and earnest sermon. New $40,000.00 Church Building To Be Erected in the Neat Future By the Methodists. I I a II 4 THE METHODIST CHURCH. (Continued From Page One.) been received, salary raised from $1600.00 to $1800.00, attendance at preaching has more ..than doubled, Sunday school is gmfcjfed and on a boom, Epworth Leagne progressing alcely, a splendid Bible study class, and one of the best prayer meetings ' in the history of the c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

'•■a mm. * lO PAGES CIAL BDITIO I O THE BELTON JOURNAL "To Thine Own Self Be True and, It Muat follow, A the N-qht ths Pay, Thou Cant Htt Then fer f)u T# *5-# Wan " Tht B«luaReporter ! 0: The BellCcuntx Iditttrat 1911"! The ProertMWtParBcr I«1 J BELTON, TEXAS, THI RSDAY! MAY 7, 1$IL [Vol. XLVIII; No. 11 Baylor College Faculty, Belton, Texas k <>ar«n*d 5. fa ISSfi ne aetiveliy «-jpperte< free jiiver rr.iniMe, jtt."* i the historic. fr e jifver tmmtmnrw. rltate Convention m Port ; whim started rs.e silver iv> wu b* ® | Texa* ' H. In SAW he actively 4>n^oe- «t ; William Jennina* Bryan for Prestrfen- i on the Chicago ptsefsraa ?. la 1897 iK became a ai :tiSe • of i Congresa, and durin* fete lour -ersw | j of *ervlce there supported every <te- | mand of organized labor. 8. In I9«4 he *ispp«rred WtEStam | Jenning* Bryan for "he Bibhiiii'ii I j nomination for the Hrestdeaey * tM : i ond rime, and pervert on *!ie CmmH- | w which r'por-xi he Kanmta CSejrjj ! piriform on wt....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

w .'*jT^ ifljBM1 fey ■ mm,..mmi ■ ! ,'Sfej •Mm ^easyiua^wvw * c fjtT 4S Ctsr o: zh* «Qd K X :-«J> -"■-' "« ttf :• i an.* .-&£.,v - •' •-1* - •*&*> .'•ft.'.t rim A:' :ii* iw W-.J vtaiwai *«j- "a# V $/ms>x. "ft |9K). O R OB1NSON Q>strict 2^th District sJLet?&. iuaie T^jf $5L * e? OJ TEMNS RESCUED FIOM KNIFE BY WONDERFUL STOMACH REMEDY Find Swift Relief From Ailments of Yews" Standing With First IVm* of Treatment. 11 pa' MaJiv T e.vauu needlessly suffer from stomach ailments and disorders .j| the digestive tract which «{>!>e«r to be particularly prevalent in the South. Many others have i'ouad a way to health by the ine of Mayr's Wonder- ful Ston>ach Remedy. The first do e of this remedy proves what it will do. T H. GOODPASTURE, 802 Sabine St., Houston, Texas, wrote: *'I took your treatment last spring. I don't think. 1 will have to take any more— it completely cured me." K. L. RAN DELL, Laredo, Texas, wrote: "I have just finished my fifth bottle of your...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

K-'f w# A Staple Medicine for Every Family TO BE WELL DRESSED Buy Your Spring Clothing Etc., From E. O. HALE. Join Our Pressing Club and be Well <E9 Dressed. E. O. HALE Artistic TAILOR and HATTER Flies Cored in 6 to 14 Days 3am Hit moft Lm* Your druggist will refund money f PXZO Ihe -w^rtr -aor*. in norttr' iiw rtirn «taftfln((U OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching; an* rnr rt ' y -iti* ^nniftrfh^ 2<>c. Blind, Bleeding or Prorritrting Piles in 4! to 14 dayPirrer's Anrtneptic Htniimf rCtUL St ^lir= w The rirsc application gives Ease and Rest. 30c. j ?aux aud it out auiie unr_ .Su. r Ufa WHENEVER YOU NEED • A mm TBI.- TJHE GROVE'S The Old Standard Grore's Tasteless chill Teck is Espiajlj Valuable as a General Texile because it Acts en tiae liver. Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood aod fiut£*as up * the Whole System. For Grown People and Qsauiren* You know what you are taking when you. taie Game' cftdS Tactr as the formula is printed on every label shewing that it tm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

wSsssaBss^w * li a mmm mm zsszSk pi i t ?] i WiM || p^* rr-' '? m ■ f W'% m h'- '-'t fl 1 ■$> m&w' ' of \ ffF'v ■ • :H * ji A. Q. VICK. <*to has served Bell County six i Tax Assessor and has made gdsi officer. He is the author of jiayetem of simplified tax rolls, which tipp-tea* adopted,by the State Comp- troller, which will save the State of i many thousands of dollars each year Mr. Vick has deservedly won iht- title of the mode! tax assessor of the State. In whatever business Mr. Vick may engage after his term of of- fice is out next November, he carries with him the very best wishes of all his friends, and his friends are all who enjoy his acquaintance. BAYLOR COLLEGE. illlilll m ■A m 1SS§8 Hf v/ \ 'A ! t; ' 1 i y :\'V^ "I m ;" v H We can not go to press with this is- mamot The Journal without a few per ,-emfcl words about Baylor College, the ■gpQfttM't of all Bolton's matitntioas This college which 1s conceded toy all ito becme of the very best colleges for is soon to ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

Ray & Elliott's Department Store West Side of Squsre "T,u> e/>n. — ■ « " — ■ The House That Sells for Less Belton, Texas Ladies' Suit Department Special Prices for Saturday on AM Ladies' Suits, Dresses Waists and Skirts! It will pay you to visit this department Saturday. It means a great saving to you. Ladies' Underwear! LADIES' VESTS—5c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 25c—they are the kind that stay up. LADIES' UNION SUITS— 50c and $1.00. MISSES' UNION SUITS—25c and 50c. LADIES' MUSLIN SKIRTS~50c to $2.00. LADIES' GOWNS—50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. LADIES* PANTS—25c to $1.50. New Crepes, New Rice Cloth, New Silks! • r. K . We want you to see our Dress Goods, White Goods and acces- sories. There is no stock to compare with it in Belton."**:* re A.L I f Table Linen! You expect to entertain friends who will attend the Closing Exercises of differnt schools soon. Let us supply your.taHle Da- masks and Napkins. Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags! STEAMER TRUNKS—$5.00 to $10.00. SUIT CASES AND BAGS—50 ce...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

GOOD PIANO FOB SALE. We have in the vicinity of Belton a £p!emU4 Mrw Urrfjfet Piazs (Slc- tory cample) with a nice rtool and scarf to match, and rather than ship back, we will sell at a sacrifice and on liny reasonable terms. This in a chance for somebody to get a mighty nice piano at a very- low price. Write at once to THE LEYHE PIANO CO, Waco, Texas 14 A Group of Bel ton Residences. WELL DESERVED THE PRAISE THAT COMES FROM THANKFUL BELTOM PEOPLE. One kidney remedy Las known ewj- people rely upon it. That remedy is Dean's Kidney PJls. Beitoc testimony prove* 5t reliable. Mrs. C. W. Gordon, 307 N. Penelope Bt, Belton, Texas, Bays: "I took S"e Kidney Pills when Was run and my kidneys were cut of or- 1 had backache acd headaches and other symptoms °f complaint. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Hun- ter Sc Freeman's drug store, made me feel like a different woman. Another of my family has also used them with fine results. I willingly tell my neigh- bors how good Doan's Kidney Pills are...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

fr—iiwjfajr Professional Cards. MALLOHY B. BLAIR Lawyer Practice in All Courta. Ofllc© witii A. L. Curtis, over J Belton Drug Co's. store. 1 BELTON, TEXA8 __ DR. TOM BATTE Diseases of WOMEN ANO CHILDREN BELTON, TEXAS Office Hours: 2 to 4 p. m. New 'Phone 124; Old, No. 8. !• 7«Vt '/* \T /aVT t*\T/9\7 mu 'trC mXT4tOriga{jtflfr M. E. MONTEITH Attoraey-At-Law Associated With A. M. Mon- teith t Son Office Over Belton Nat. Bank BELTON, TEXAS ,V" T / ■>"/ .T/b /atT/yii^w /avTt# SAM D. WARE Lawyer Practice in All Courts FARM L0AN8 Office: Bell Co. Abstract Co. BELTON, TEXAS W. H. REID JR. Lawyer Practice In All State and Federal Courta. Office Ore/ Denny's Bank. BELTON, TEXAS : • #",T/t\'t/#\TA#\TfaVTf*<im Geo- W. Tyler, J. B. Hubbard § Wallace Tyler |j TYLER, HUBBARD & g TYLER | Attorneys At Law I BELTON, TEXAS £ J. F. HAIR ATTORNEY Civil and Criminal Office In Denny Bank Bl'dg. BELTON, TEXAS J. L. BERINGER Lawyer Practice in All Courta. Office Over Nigro's Grocery BELTON, TEXAS ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1914

aaagiyr ■sssssam -■ww-yar- ■ BffBB I 1 Jg| Mimm aaSi#£E&^ ^V, • tft.-. 4,,. The Greatest Clothing ri/g Kps SSI i J I Men of Bell!County Have Ever Witnessed Beginning Saturday May 9th! y: ■ i ,<M89f [ > ' 3^ '" W v ■psr r -« fc V'. ■£^■1 Iff fr i ... .... . .... J5F" i'ikl Our $10,000.00 stock of Men's Clothing will be sold at prices never be- fore heard of in the history of Bell County, this early in the season. This Clothings Sale will swamp all competition, for it is the sale that hun- dreds and hundreds of men wait until the end of the season to get an op- portunity to buy clothing at such ridiculously low prices. But this sea- son we are going to break all previous records and hold this sale 90 days earlier than ever before, because we bought about twice as much cloth- ing for Spring and Summer as heretofore, therefore we are over loaded in this department* and we are going to take our loss now, and give you the opportunity of getting a whole season's wear out of a sui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

dp Jg&i"'' ft. I > ' r x . 11MB -e«S '* TW* ■ 6 mm ■■ s "-a ' 1 O J . .: Leru^*^'% $v+4*i .jJ , trf.i ■ m I - • /"*■ "" >y*.:' w ■•K v A'**!!iwigflHr ■if- "mil ;■ 5 f 1 Ik ' ^■ n 'J ©;• V, . wM it. - ' a - tJT " m I fc {iLtVi—-**- fZLLuJ-SjJ {AJ T?T*7J-K . WTirr: '"r k"J2f in t ^ >2.>rz^' ^n>v3rv V V\ Volume 61 BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917. BELL COUNTY MAY GET MILITARY TRAINING CAMP FOR FIELD ARTILLERY IN WESTERN PART OF COUNTY fas B Hubbard—¥-¥-« OR '%' ■ :*v | . ... - Jg fV ife'-S FERGUSON MAY GO ON WITNESS STAND IF HE SEES FIT * Admissions" and Evidence by Governor in House Investi- gation Read Into Record. PROPONENTS REST THEIR CASE Defense States That They Will Be Ready To Introduce Testimony by Thursday Morning. KILLEEN SECTION IS WORKING FOR SITE All Interests Working As a Unit To Secure Military Training Camp. AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 12.- Proponents of the articles of impeachment upon which Gov- ernor Ferguson is on trial be- fore the high cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

few f • 1 I Kt- ! LHE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY. SEPT 13, Id 17. Paper Read By Mrs. Hickerson Before Belt County Trustees -■I. want them to work not only six hours, but sixteen, if need be, in the interest of the school; not five days, but seven, in the interest of the school; not seven or nine months, bat twelve, in the interest of the school. The following paper was read by , means for the building and equip- !,n fact> we want our teachers to be Mrs. Hickerson, president of the > ping of our schools, much may be1 ^ our community what the pastor Armstrong school board and the only j done as the time passes, by the and family are their church—a woman president of a school l>oard j mothers and young people in the i P°wer for ff00*1 >n every way, an in- in Bell county and, perhaps in the better furnishing of these buildings, j spiration to the young, a leader and State, before the recent meeting of , beautifying grounds, etc. j stand-by for the people as a whole, the Bell c...

Publication Title: Belton Journal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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