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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 April 1908

THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 19*8 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT (tft* A CLEAN SWEEP Friday and Saturday flornings We Will Put on Our Bargain Counter A BROOM BARGAIN! m A broom manufactnrer came to town a few days ago with a wagon load of brooms—good ones. He found the town loaded with brooms. It was just after the big rain. The roads were muddy and he didn't want to pull them home throug the mud. He came to us and offered the lot at a price that enables us to sell them at almost half the usual price. We accepted the offer and here they are: The Broom yoH pay others 35c for, in this sale 19c. The Broom you pay others 50c for, in this sale 29c Limited to Two Brooms to the Customer. Come Quick; They Will Go Fast. EAGLE SHIRTS We Have Just Received 150 Bozen Eagle Shirts for Spring. They are Beauties. Prices $1.00 and $1.50 each. You All Know the Eagle Shirt. For a few days we will sell 3 of the Si.00 grade for $2.75 and 3 of the $1.50 grade for 54.00. Now is the time to buy your shirts. THESE PRICES...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 April 1908

istr. ■ Jfe' NHMk ' % mm m v*r ■#.'■ I? ] i J'5 Sv . :* 'M -,ts ■H? I | < * ¥0Z-cj its • * \ S>f;e, ||fc iiiv. ■ * ..■ X&XttrPXr* ; . «£££$£*' ■■; Mil' ':' snwrn TP BBJ; nnnVTY DEMOCRAT TM AV, APRIL itf. 1908 £ ordered a lunch which he thought the girl would mm, with wine to revive the faculties that he knew must be failing. Then, when she had eaten a little, daintily in spite of her hunger, he enoouraged her to talk "Mother and I are all alone in the world," she —M "We are and live in Brussels, but we havo drifted about a good deal, just amusing ourselves. Somehow we never happened to here until a month ago. Then iny mother said one day in Paris: <Let us go to Monte Carlo. I dreamed last night that I won 20,000 francs there.' My mother is rather superstitious. We came, and she did win at first She was delighted and believed in her dream so much that when she began to lose she went up and up, doubling each t<mA They call the game she made 'playing the martingale.' "S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 April 1908

THURSDAY. APRIL 16, 1906 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT & CLAY MAY £ Dealer In HAROWARE,' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS VEHICLES ANU FURNITURE KEEP COOL And try one of our ICE CREAM FREEZERS Sizes from 0110 to ton quarts. WATER COOLERS-We Have Them Refrigerators—The Best to be Don't forget that we have Mowers, Rubber Hose, Screen Wire And Everything in the Hardware and Furniture Line. PAINLESSS DENTISTRY We want .your work and in order to get it will allow your car fare from Helton to Temple on $5,00 worth of work or more, and will guaran- tee all our work for 10 years, in writing. We have had 12 years prac- tical experience and will do your work by our expert Painless Methods, at the following Exceedingly Low Prices. Set of Teeth $5.00 to $10.00 Gold Fillings $1.00 up. Gold Crowns $5.00 Painless Filling $1.00up. 1'ridge Work $5.00 White or Bone 50c Painless Extraction 50. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS DR. THOMAS, Prop. (Ivor Bradv & Black Temple, Txas A Business Education TOBY'S Practical Bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 April 1908

p I THE BWJ. OOUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1908 &> •• /:■ ifi jmm w'\ . \ a j 1 ■-■ W>'' > <v VMll ••-'. . . , *' "••V."' .**• ' i^Vy£V-v' flsSBSar^; 'Sw I -:-r I s> s YOUR BANKING | No natter How Small No Matter How Large THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK Will give it careful attention. This message applies to / the men and women alike. S OFFICERS J. Z. Miller, PresidMt, J. Z. Miller, Jr., Cashiea W. W, Jenes, to't Cash, Jozaeb Miller, III, Ass't Cash. & i & | I & r« (Advertisement) Judge Wm. Poindexter In Bailey's Defense. Cleburne. Te*., April 11.—Before a crowd that taxed the capacity of the county court room tonight Judge William Poindexter delivered a speech In defense of Senator Bailey that will undoubtedly go down into history as one of the ablest exposi- tions of the issues on which the pres- ent campaign is pitched. Judge Poln- dexter's logic is pronounced by im- partial critics as absolutely unanswer able and was received with the great- eat en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

■*> ! O ft Texas State Library " f " 1%^ C; :;. ■ S ■,: ■ wmmmm- SfiHBN THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the News All the Time 50 CENTS THE YEAR. THE BELL COUSITY DEMOCRAT. -FORI TUB ORBATBST OOOD T8 TUB QRBATB5T NUMBER- THE OCMOOUT b PaMbfced to He Matt Beasely Poealeted Sectlea ef the Great State ef Texae Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 23, igo8 Number 40 u<1 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. / NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will re quest tliat you send in your items so as to reach the Democrat of flee by Monday evening of each week. Also make paragraphs of each item mentioned, and be careful about spelling names of people you mention. Notice to Correspondents. We again call the attention of our correspondents to the fact that unless their budgets reach the Democrat not later than Monday evening they will more than likely not appear in the is- sue of that week, therefore you had better mail them 011 Monday morning so that they will be sure to appear in the issues for which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

|S:;«Sr«s ii 'a''' UK BEH MR' ' '"V* ' ||| NS& ,v. : [ r ■M'j I';,. i •** \>*- ;>; If: ... ' 1 $ - ; m-,* 2. / THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THtJR' UAY, APRIL 33. l o8 Bell County Democrat Established in 1896. ' Published By Democrat Publishing Company (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treeas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. T W. M. WOODALL, Mauser SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Bute red at the Belton Postoffice as Sec- ond Class Mail Hatter. Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holder*. 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 Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson P. K. Austin Frank Baker X. C. Clabaugh T. W. Chchran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr. T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Everett 3. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

THURSDAY. APRIL 23, 1908 DO YOU ADVERTISE X« FOR RESULTS ? If You Don't You Throw Your Money Away THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT •eeEeweodooeee PEERING «? & You May Talk to Twentyfive & Hundred Families ' * Each Week & & THROUGH THE DEMOCRAT & THE REASON WHY Our Repairing is better than others, as our man does nothing but repairing and isn't interrupted while doing a job on Watches or Jewelry. HUNTER & FREEMAN Will appreciate your patronage and give the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Anything in The Tonsorial Line. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. East Side Square, Belton A Positive Pleasure When entertaining guests it is a relief to know that your meats are the very best. A nice, tender roast with delicious brown drip gravy is relished by all. We cater to refined tastes and can furnish all the market delicacies. WALTER WILSON prop. east street market THE SILVER KING BAR The Pure Food Whiskey House. JOEL B. FRA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

i£-Vr ?. t3\> ' V sag I ,f-;- , J4K I IMk ;pwr' 1 % K* r>' ' *•■<■■**. r m 1 111881 Wtft: j lis 1 1 •"' 1 mm - attws it! Pf^, Wmm. For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits, hot breads, cake and pastry there is no substitute for D* PRICES BAKING POWDER The active principle of which Is derived from grapes, pure cream ol tartar, the most wholesome ol all fruit adds Mo mlum—Mo time phosphates health Miss Hattle Harvey has re turned from Honey Grove where 'he has been teaching in the public schools. Miss Elizabeth Ghent has re turned home from San Antonio where she has been devoting several months to the study oi' vocal music. Miss Grace Harling has re turned to her home here, her Kchool at Sulphur Springs hav ing closed last week. Miss Brown, a teacher in the public schools of Taylor was the guest of Miss Grace Harling this week and on Monday she availed herself of the opportunity of visiting the public schools here, Mrs. J. Gunari of Shawnee Oklahoma, is here v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

•It THURSDAY, APRIL a3> 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT •it M & *& ::<• ::« ::« «:« ::« ►::« ►::« :* ::< ►::« 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 «!* WANTED 1000 IE! TO WEAR OUR NEW SPRING SUITS And we agree to save them $5000 on the* pur- chase. Our Clothing is the talk of country and the TERROR OF ALL DEALERS IN CLOTHING. OUR PRICES ARE FROM $2.50 TO $10.00 Below The Lowest of Tbem, And We Fit You! Our Clothing Fits and Holds It's Shape as Long as it Lasts. BUY NO OTHER BNTIL YOO SEE OURS * v - - • i- . 5; •• * t 'ocsieNEp. by; • , ■-< SpmoMicHAEi &Soy 1000 Men And Boys Te Wear Our New Hats STETSON HATS From $3.00 to $7.00 Nobby Telescope Shapes for young men, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Fine Straw Sailors, Dressy and Stylish, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Boys Straw Hats 25c and 50c. 1000 MEN TO WEAR ODD EMLE SHIRTS 3 of The $1.00 Grade Eagle Shirts for $2.75 3 of The $1.50 Grade Eagle Shirts for $4.00 Soft Shirts With Collar Attached, white, cream, tan and gray 50c, 75c, $1....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

Fa&'S' jnjEjraLL CQUNTYDEMOCRAT^ THURSDAY, APRIL 33. <908 ■P |; It-.- f« - COPV&IGHT h' &1* ■ OsSEMAR>/ HE3 «3U^na<DM ©IT A. irajmib© BY ^ CNSLA~M.WILLI .pmjllipj co. Ckapu-Tk SSf-Jt; nV*- • ' - 39S&P '£S iMS-i v> W ■ t? am? ®t|sa jiggfe flS^ib$PV " H# «• fe BMkv. 4 HE soft eyed, innocent girl who had inspired the thought went into the hotel and wai rather cross to the youthful concierge becauso the ascenseur was not working. There were three flights of stairs to mount before she reached her room, and sho was so anxious to open her bag to see what was inside that ■he ran up very fast, so fast that she stopped on her dress and ripped out a long line of gathers. Her eyes were not nearly as soft as they had been while she picked up tie hanging folds of pink cloth and went on. The narrow corridor at the top of the staircase was somewhat dark, and, her eyes accustomed to the brilliant light out of doors, the girl •tumbled against a child who was coining toward...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

-A Vr" ' THURSDAY. APRIL 33. 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT f i CLAY MAY & SON Dealer In HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS VEHICLES ANU FURNITURE KEEP COOL And try one of our ICE CREAM FREEZERS _ Sines from one to ten quarts. WATER COOLERS—We Have Them Refrigerators—The Best to be Had. Don't forget that we have Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Screen Wire And Everything in the Hardware and Furniture Line. at PAINLESSS DENTISTRY W,■ want your work and in order to get it will allow your i'iir fare mi Helton to Temple on $5,00 worth of work or more, and will guaran- all our work for 10 years, in writing. We have had 12 years prae- al experience and will do your work tiy our expert Painless Methods, tin! following Kxeeediugly Low Prices. Set of Teeth $5.0« to $10.00 (Jold ('rowns $0.00 1 'rid if I * Work $5.00 Gold Killir , ngs $1,110 up. Painless Filling1 $1.00up. White or Bone 50c Painless F..x traction 50. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS DR. THOMAS, Prop. Over BraiU A Black Temple. T.xas j FOR Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 April 1908

r mm. Pf T ir'i- ' Ml : ; T« rn 1 r■; :V. *S l*V W', •:'' |4 pSSSS M the bell county democrat THURSDAY, APRIL SJ. lpo8 YOUR BANKING No flatter How Small No Matter How Large THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK Will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and women alike. OFFICERS J. Z. Miller, President, J. Z. Miller, Jr. W. W, James, Ass't Cash, ., Cashier Jozaoh Miller, III, Ass't Cash. >2 OFFICIAL BALLOT. State Chairman George A. Carden has given out the following as the official ballott to be used in all the primaries to be held May 2 for the selection of delegates and alternates at large to the Na- tional Democratic Convention. Official Democratic Ballot for Election of Delegates and Alternates at Large to the National Democratic Convention: Pledge—I am a Democrat, and pledge myself to support the Democratic presidential nominees of the Democratic party, to be nominated in the primary election to be held in Texas in July, 1908. For Delegates at Large to the National D...

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

Texas State Library -ft®* - ill .V 'Jag 1 I ;'i J THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the Nm All the Tlae 50 CENTS THE YEAR. THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. 7 ii pontiff if ||| mn| icaioly riflitKi 5§ctiti •r (to treat Stat* ef Tens -POR TUB ORBATBST OOOD TO TNB QREATB3T NUMBEK.- Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1008 Number 41 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will re- quest that you send in your items so as to reach the Democrat of- fice by Monday evening of each week. Also make paragraphs of each item mentioned, and be careful about spelling names of people you mention. «A FAREWELL." Dear Mr. Editor and County Cor- respondents :— I have been writing with a girl friend the Elm Grove Dots under the name of "Two Old Maids" and as I leave Bell county Saturday and will probably never have the pleasure of being here again I wish to bid you all "farewell." I wish so much that I could have been present at the Correspon- dent's picnic and have met you all persona...

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

mi THE DELL. COUNTY DEMOCRAT TMURflMY, APRIL 3o, 1908 \tm P'"; y ■ r:V ' r fe.-" US BEgS i. I - P ' f h. ISP? I w t I'.f, - I lb) mm. Bell County Democrat EaUbllsbed in 1996. Published By femcrat Publishing Coupa>y. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pro.., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treeas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Entered at the Belton Portoffice oad Class Mail Matter. aa Sec- Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker K. 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 RoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier Lewis Hatcher J. H. Head Thos. W. S. Hunter J. D. La* M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston K. E. Rankin S. M. Hay J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler ...

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

TflSURDAY, APRIL 3®. 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT « ♦ * DO YOU ADVERTISE FOR RESULTS ? If You Don't You Throw Your Money Away You May Talk to Twentyfive Hundred Families Each Week THROUGH THE DEMOCRAT I Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si THE REASON WHY Our Repairing is better than others, as our man does nothing but repairing and isn't interrupted while doing a job on Watches or Jewelry. HUNTER & FREEMAN Will appreciate your patronage and give the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Anything in The Tonsorial Line. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. East Side Square, Belton > A Positive Pleasure When entertaining guests it is a relief to know that your meats are the very best. A nice, tender roast with delicious brown drip gravy is relished by all. We cater to refined tastes and can furnish all the market delicacies. WALTER WILSON PROP. EAST STREET MARKET MFSii <i'!i THE SILVER KING BAR The Pure Pood Whiskey Hoi^'e. / JOEL B. F...

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

mw SShP! .v^.- ; mm ipl "V* ' y : f li, Wt: If, HI; ips®,. ■>. m* ttWJ ■ I ,v "% 01 ■ fcs&r ;; q?C„-' mm '|rV-; u THE BELL COUNTY DIMOCBAT THURSDAYS, APRIL jo, 19*1 D? PRICES BAKIHGraWDER Phosphates. SOCIAL AND LITERARY EVENTS (By Miss Junitt Osterhout.) All items intended for this column should be telephoned or mailed to Miss Osterhout. In compliment to the school board, the Domestic Science girls of the Eigth Grade B. en tertained with a six oclock course dinner in the Domestic Science dining room on Saturday, April 25th. Pink and green were the colors favored on this occasion and were carried out in the mints, cakes and flowers. Hanc painted place cards marked coversfor the following: Messrs T. L. Means, Everett, Eads. J Z. Miller, Jr., J. B. Bubbard, L, H. Hubbard, and Mrs. T. L Means, wife of the superinten dent of the board. The mem bers unavoidably absent were Capt. W. L. Wilson, Messrs Frank Baker, W. W. Safley, T. N. Duckworth. The waiters were Misses Pearl Mangham, ...

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

THURSDAY. APRIL f, n 8 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT WP ■4 tffr & <:< :& ►::« *:« «& & & & >::< >::< ::« ::« « ►:& ::« # >!!< ►:& ::« ::« ::< 3H You Are Entitled To The Best! YOU GET IT HERE 1 w It. Is No! Expensive these days to be well dressed— to be properly and stylishly •lothed. It can be accomplished most easily by wearing S. M. & S. Clothes They are made for men of good taste, distinctive in character, out never overstepping the lim- its of good form. There is a ■vurid of satisfaction in getting the right clothes, and the satis- faction is still greater when you enow the quality, style and fit is •qual to the best though the price is much less than is asked ilseweere. Our Saving to You is From 52.50 to $10.00 A Suit We Have lost Received 150 DOZEN NEW EAGLE SHIRTS All good dressers know the Eagle Shirt—None better though twice the price. We Are Making a Special Price For a Few Days 3 of the $1.00 grade for $2.75 S of t...

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

JffH £• bbs i Hpp Hg&i Ptf.v."- -i: f* ■■&> - <fe'; p\v;;<;" I r-r-: 3® g %te' | I 1§¥. jjf^S . iitir ijMBH' IFJUWE& THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THOfc&OAV, APRIL 39, 1908 coevalcnT.ivofc. a>-M*cj-u«A.PHii.ciW fcco. CWcrfi ive L ' HE had a doll and a picture book there, but she had looked at the picture book hundred* of times, and, though her doll waa a faithful friend, somehow they had nothing to say to each other now. Rosemary flitted about like a will-o'-the-wisp and finally went to the window, where she stood looking wistfully out. Supposing that Jane were right and her father came back out of the ocean like the fathers of little girls in story books, this might be a very likely place for him to land, because there were such lota of sea, beautiful, sparkling, blue sea. Of course he couldn't know that Angel and she were in this town, because it was only about a month since they came. It must be difficult to hear things in ships, and he might go away to loo...

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

THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT CLAY MAY & SON Dealers In HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS VEHICLES AND FURNITURE This is The Time of Year When You Need a Lawn Mower, Garden Rubber Hose, Lawn Sprinklers And many other seasonable goods thnt we have in stock. Don't tail to see our nice display of ICE CREAM FREEZERS As well as a Complete Line of "KEEP KOOL" GOODS Let us Supply Your Wants in the Hardware and Furniture Line. Your. Patronage is Always Solicited PAINLESSS DENTISTRY We wunt your work and in order to jjet it will allow your car fare from Helton to Temple on $5,00 worth of work or more, and will guaran- tee all our work for 10 years, in writing. We have had 12 years prac- tical experience and will do your work by our expert Painless Methods, at the following Exceedingly Low Prices. Set of Teeth $5.00 to $10.00 Gold Filling's $1.00 up. Gold Crowns $5.00 Painless Filling $1.00up. Pridge Work $5.00 White or Bone 50c Painless Extraction 50. UNION PAINLESS D...

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

- ■ i' KM'. : V gpajs >■ ""■fiBBS# fe'; YOUR BANKING I :« No flatter How Small No Matter How Large THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK 'Will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and women alike. OFFICERS J. I. Miller, President, J. Z. Miller, Jr., Cashier W. W, Jaa , iUs't Cash, Jozich Miller, III, Ass't Cash. ■8 OFFICIAL BALLOT. State Chairman George A. Carden has given out the following as the official ballott to be used in all the primaries to be held May 2 for the selection of delegates and alternates at large to tbe Na- tional Democratic Convention. Official Democratic Ballot for Election of Delegates and Alternates at Large to the National Democratic Convention: Pledge—I am a Democrat, and pledge myself to support the Democratic presidential nominees of the Democratic party, to be nominated in the primary election to be held in Texas in July, 1908. For Delegates at Large to the National Democratic Convention. No. 1—J. W. Bailey. No. 1—Cone Johnson. No. 2—M. M. Br...

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