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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

Te ♦ * 9 *3S 8ktc Ubitry m w" 3m TNI KMOCBAT Publlibet All tin Niwt •All tke Tine 50 CENTS THE Vf AR. THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Volume XII. -POR TUB QRBATBST OOOO TO TUB QRBATB5T NUMBER. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1908 T* MMtCMT I* rrtllitl< la IN MM ftMttly PipiliMl StctlMi if tto iTMt Statt ttf imm . <r$m I - ,1 Number 4a BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will ,re- q uest that you send in your items so as to reach the Democrat of- fice by Monday evening Qf each week. Also make paragraphs of each item mentioned, and be careful about spelling names of people you mention. MOFFAT ITEMS. After several weeks absence I will try and write some more. I see that some thought Polly had talked herself out, but they were badly mistaken for here I am again. School was out Tuesday and all the school children went up to Mr. Paxton's to enjoy lemonade and cake. They are all going to work now. We had a god deal of frost Thurs day morning. It did a great deal o...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

V j- V L'® :*?: &&"'■ HE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY. MAY 7 '! < Bell County Democrat BaUbliahed in 1896. Published By •eatcrat Pibllshlag Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Tineas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PEK YRAK Entered at the Belton I'ostoffice as Sec- old Class Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holders. T. K. Austin Frank Baker E. 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 RoyHammersmlth Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazter Lewis Hatcher J. H. Head Thos. W. S. HuntcV J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Montelth J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston R. 10. Rankin 8. 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 Yarrell Now that the Bailey question, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

Thursday, may 7. 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 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 £ive the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Anything m The Tonsorial Line. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. East Side Square, Belton llllllii'ii "11! fi!' 1 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. FRAZIER and KENTUCKV COn FORT The Purest of Ke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

-•? THB BELL QOUMPY DBMOCRAT THURaoAV. nay y. —« HI Itr wfr*«K The Official Tests show Dr. Price's Baking Powder to be most efficient in strength, of highest purity and healthfniness D? PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER^ No JUam, No Phosphate o! Lime No alum or alum-phosphate baking powder has been guaranteed or approved by the United States or any State authorities. The adver- tising claims of the alum powder makers to that effect are " faked/* Lja I SOCIAL AND LITERARY EVENTS (By Miss Junia Osterhout.) All items intended for this column should be telephoned or mailed to Miss Osterhout. ; • The Chicago Symphony Or- chestra composed of sixty-five members, with Adolph Rosen- becker as conductor, presented a magnificent program in the new chapel at Baylor college on Fri- day evening. The critical au- dience was enthusiastic in its appreciation and the orchestra generoua in its response to en- core. The violin solo by Mr. Van Oor<?t the well known Dutch vio-' lirist was perhaps the most a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

THURSDAY, MAY 7, iMS 0 # THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT :& *:« SH THE RECORD FOR MAY We are going: to offer inducements each week during the month that wllljglad- den the heart of every purchaser. If you fail to read every word of our ads in the Democrat during the month of flay you will lose an opportunity to save some of your hard earned money. Watch them closely. iff?!® "ty", liMit'i"1!." 'f r '*DESIGNED BY *$pm>MimAEL&JS(wr ntni CLOTHING HAND TAILORING gives •lothes style and permanence of ■ihape. It is the vital quality of ill good clothes and S. M. & S. •lothes that we sell, have it to an ibundant degree. They fit and feel as though they were made especially for the wearer. They also have a dignity of de- sign combined with newest of style and material which will cause you to realize at once that you are well clad. PFlces $12.50, $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00—a saving to you of $2.50 to $10.00 a suit. 100 SOUS broken sizes, from last season, that were $(3.50 to $12.50, go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

iSS JHSk.. bp :. ffglif-, , •\'r •'«• /"• '• —— —~ -:. :'; • ■ ■ *,•>?'"' • <« i i' ,««cwsis* ilk' j^M11'1" I 111 *' "TV IK* ..'• « - • . •« • rf.* -. pf jm tfe kpftr? ..f" I • ; refct' I' !; I \ r:. ■V}';>1- , I OSEMARY IS ass «aj^na®flii <oir ITAJnHDEa BY CNSLA-MSVIJLLrIA M'C^UML . PMli-L IR3 V. CO cnT.it o* , I pW-;'v nlsseF« v.' OSEMARY sat in iilence for a few moments, trying in the full meaning of her companion's answer to her last question. lie had forgotten that Angel was Angel 1 Though she was warmly wrapped in a soft rug of silvery fur, a chill crept into her heart. Could it be that nurse's words about father had been true, after all, and, if they were, was she doing harm rather than good in bringing him home I Presently Hugh waked out of his own thoughts and noticed the little girl's silence. "You're not afraid ?" he asked, blissfully uncon- scious of offense. "I'm not driving too fast to please yon I" "Oh, no 1" said Rosemary. "You're not cold I" "No, thank y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

THURSDAY, MAY 7. 19r>8 the bell county democrat CLAY MAY & SON Dealers In HARDWARE, AGRICULTUhAL 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 thet 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 want your work and in order to get it will allow your car fare from Helton to Temple on $">,00 worth of work or more, and will guaran- tee all our work for 10 years, in writing. \Ve 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 $l.<M)up Pridge Work $5.00 White or Hone 50c Painless Extraction 50. UNION PAIN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 May 1908

M / THE BWJi nnrrVTY DEMOCRAT THU*50AV. MAV 7. 1' E i# m ?m s 95 ■■n; •jr as i . ■ • %&v k?f- ''•\f - ww'^'y': l .tiv?' .' •'•■■ pfe v#; M- - llife tr V , SHE'S,j, V:V- •i I f ipfe Adwrtisiig fMr Interests yj^e Endeavor to Advance the Business Interest* of our customers 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. The Belton National Bank HAT PINS Silver Rolled Plate • Sold Fitted • The Best Ttmt Can be Sold Fhr the Money. 25c to 65c . 50c to 75c $1.00 to $1.25 HUNTER & BELTON ■ HREEHAN TBXAS Special Notice. It will be noticed that rial story "Rosemary" issue of the paper from page 6 to page 7. the se- in this Vuns, over The fore- man failed to1" put. the proper guide lines at the end of page 6. A Rat Killing. Our friend, M. G. Hurt, who lives near the forks of the Leon and Cowhouse rivers, was in the city Tuesday and gave the office a call to have his d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will re- q uest 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 yon mention. ELM GROVE. . We have been informed that the two "old maids" will no longer send in the dots from this place. We two "old timid bachelors" have at last mustered up enough courage to send in a few dots. We are sorry that the "two old maids" were also timid and didn't take advantage of leap year as we "two old bachelors" wished them to do. The sermon preached by Rev. Curry at this place the 1st Sunday of this month was well attended and enjoyed by all. Mr. R. S. Prater was summoned on the jury last week. Some of the Elm Grove boys went to first Monday but we have- n't noticed any new horses, but we are sure the girls would have been delighted if they had; especially Mr. Jim Sherrod. The girls are afraid to ride with him on account of h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

ill if Mgf ■a $£$i '■ i fe' the bell county democrat THURSDAY. MAY 14. l9°* UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS! We Will Place on Sale Saturday, flay 16th OHE BIG LOT OF LADIES' MUSLIN UNOERWEAB Consisting of Night Gowns, Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers. These are Mannfacturers' Samples. beautifully trimmed and well made, at Prices That Will Astonish You. DON'T MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY No Two Alike- c* fft' SAM WALKER f ' I w * < * "'K* B Wk I idti tW' Bell County Democrat Established in 1896. Published By Democrat Publishing Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B, Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Bntered at the Belton Postoffice as Sec- ond Class Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker STC. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denraan Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts RoyHa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

THURSDAY, MAY 14. >908 HOT BARBECUE Don't s\v<-;it over your hot st<>\r tlii-sc warm days when you can yet the very best bar- becue at the East Street mar- ket, red hot for dinner and supper. It costs no more than the raw meat. Call at noon and see what we have. EAST STREET MARKET Walter Wilson, Prop. THE SILVER KING BAR The Pure Pood Whiskey House. JOEL B. FRAZIER and KENTUCKY COn FORT The Purest of Kentucky Whiskey. WARREN & FURNACE COTTON SEED HULLS COTTON SEED MEAL BELTON OIL COMPANY 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 m ..FRENCH MARKET."'* FRENCH MARKET COFFEE I kess6/j/# us. 0*rr#rasf/c£ *•* HOW WOULD YOU LIKE $100 In Gold—$100? Everyone who sends 11s in a list of English words made up of any, or all, of the letters in "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE" will receive a present. The one sending...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

r- fa wi mu. W 3#«:: k ilT". ;f :' 8®6v Ills- '"• V M I ■ IP si /i i1 }' & WMI inSi* - %y&. . 'S- I , | 9 :: & life. % % P%4" " m0!:r-: Rife' B&' BHK ME , Makes the Biscuit and Cake lighter, finer flavored, more nutritious «•*wholesome : I CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from pure Grape Cream of Tartar No alum—No lime phosphate SOCIAL AND LITERARY EVENTS (By Miss Junia Osterhout.) All items intended for this column should be telephoned or mailed to Miss Osterhout. The parents and friends of the pupils of the South Side School gathered on Friday afternoon at the school building to enjoy a pro- gram of music, arranged by their supervisor, Miss Elizabeth Mea- chum. The lower floor of the building was thrown together and profusely decorated with garlands of wild flowers. The grades from the first to the sixth sang heartily such classic songs as those of Nei- dlinger, Nevin, Renicke, interspes- sed with our own folk songs. While each number is deserving of espec- ial mention as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

J s THURSDAY. MAY 14, 19*8 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT i «:« 0 0 0 0 0 *X« :r« 0 0 nV 0 ►:& £:« g!« *:« « n« n« © *:« © 0 V<s & «& w asa £t &Ti ^ «Si 8?i & tfv ^ *« «i« «&« yfr t;.. ®WW#WSW®IWW^SS®SC'S# §@@i Every time the Democrat goes to presc it contains a notice of Honey Saving Op- portunities for you in our ad. Don't fail to read every word of it each week, as we have something you need in each issue at a lower price than you can get it elsewhere. FRIDAY MORNING m We will have on our counter One Gross Collates Violet and Cashmere Boquet Talcum Powder, the kind that everybody sells at 25c, this lot while it lasts at 19c a box. EMBROIDERY COUNTER—For Friday and Saturday selling we will put out 1500 yards of Hamberg Em- broidery at 10c a yard. It will pay you to see this line. It's very cheap. d oestgfjgp by 3mzoMmA£L &S(w Xs: OUR CLOTHING Will stand comparison with any in Bell county at much higher price, a fact that touches your pocket book very close...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

•if'. - 0.4-^v .. n :■' . i 1 K J m m ,%%• Wi OSEMAR^ m if'';' ■ : . lit cV" ass «a^na®M ©IF ^ JMUntflBBB BY CXSL "7£ $f£s, S*;-'''••>■ ?ANY of Hugh Egerton's best moments during the last six years had been spent in dreams. In those dreams the past had lived again, for hs had seen the future as once he had hoped it might be for him. But all through this night of Christmas eve lit lay awake, and no dreams had ever been half as sweet as the thoughts that came to him then. It would have been a hideous waste of tinm to sleep when he oould lie there and live over again each moment of his evening, beginning at the beginning, when she had come into the room, and going on to the end, when he had brought her §nd Rosemary to the door of the Hotel Pension Beau Soleil to say "goodby until tomorrow." When he came to the end he went back to the beginning again with renewed zest, trying to call up some word, noma look of hers which he might have neglected to count among his treasured jewels. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

fll '► • ■fyfl mm THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908 >2 ! ! ! ! >2 <S tl- iS ! >2 ! >2 ! ►2 s ! >2 « ! >2 >2 >2 >2 >: >2 >2 *2 « Apples of Gold In Pictures of Silver Advertising is good news, if it is about something the people are thinking of buy- ing, and did you ever knovy many people that were not thinking of buying some- thing? Well that is where we cinch the advertising question. A person buys from the merchant who advertises because *Y 1 -it ikj OD i!7 i-JLu i^v iisjnoi.n oris. 1. 2. He has given some news. He has told some prices. 3. The people believe he wants their trade enouSh to offer inducements for it. 4. The merchant that advertises has the crowd and the people would rather taade and shop where other people are trading and shopping than go in a lonesome store where they see no one but the sales- people. Merchants make money advertising, but the people make more money buying from the merchants who advertise. Of course the advertiser wants to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 14 May 1908

Wf ■ THE BELL, COPNTY DEMOCRAT TMUR. DAY, HAY 4. UN* K v.v WtW$- It I V «P$|' I Adwertisias y^e Endeavor to Advance the Business Interests of our customers 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. The Belton National Bank Notes from the FabUc Schooli. The city teachers will hold their last monthly meeting to- morrow. The board of directors will meet at the library Tusday after- noon, May 19th at 4:80 o'clock to complete arrangements for the summer chataugua which is to be held here in July. At the last meeting of the School Board, the present su- rrintendent of the city schools, B. Hubbard was unanimously elected to serve another year. The election of teachers will probably take place at some time before the first of June. The city superintendent at- tended the meeting of the Con- ference for Education in Dallas last week. He reports a very profitable sessio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 May 1908

iwjog SUte Ubrtrjf -''i iH M It THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the Newt All the Tine 50 CENTS THE YEAR. FR+DA Y EDITION BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. FXJBriXSHBID TWICE -A. WEEK, - -v sni WMf TK MMOCRAT Is NUUkX to the Mnt OMsely ftpstotetf fectfn tf tke treat State «f Tom Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908 Number 45 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. In explanation of the absence of some of the correspondence in this issue, will state that the oth- ers are held over for the Tuesday Democrat.—Editor. Belle Plains. Whew! Mr. Editor, 'wouldn't a "Noah's ark" be fine now? I imagine it would be something great to be floating around on the water instead of wading the mud. Lost—On Sunday, May 10, some- where between Post Oak and Sala- do, a small gold pin, set with one pearl, and several small diamonds and one of them was missing. The pin was sticking in a little brown tie. Finder will please return the articles to Miss Lee Lynch, Salado, Texas. Bill Allamon and Bob Goodnight each have a new buggy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 May 1908

§8§ SU■ 1 FRIDAY. MAY aa. 9«i8 Pi i !; • HWEWi.- M * I i ' l > i i ' <> ( ( i I i i i I < > < ( I l ' i > l> (> ( ( I ' ( > i mmehd mrarax of tie cmiitim if IKE BELTON NATIONAL BANK ^ Tke Cleat of ButiaMS May 14th, 1HI RESOURCES: and Discounts $195,465.09 U. S. Bonds 25,750.00 Bank Building. Furniture and Fixtures 12,500.00 CASH AND EXCHANGE $127,274.92 . $860,990,01 LIABILITIES Capitol 1 $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits 442.28 Circulation 25,000.00 DEPOSITS - 280,847.7$ ' $860,990.01 f ii I ; i <. i Bell County Democrat ?! Established in 1896. PuUlahMl By Demerit Pilllsfclng Company (Incorporated) VUV^rVWWWWM^i"!''' DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray .Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice J, Ptm-i. H ' C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas. Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Bntered at the Belton Poetoffice as Sec- ond Clue Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton K Trading at Home. The problem which seems to be attracting most attention of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 May 1908

•aaeaagaa FRIDAY, MAY aa, 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT • i ?•& THE CLOSING DAYS OF MAX , Are Finding Many Lines of Good Dependable Merchandise Whittled Down to a few yards, a few dozen, a few lots. These are just such articles,as you need all the time, and on account of the small quantity of each we waut to get them off of our counters. 1 PRICE WILL MOVE THEM AND WE ARE MAKING THE PRICE? A Few Dozen Ladies' 12-button Dlack aid Rrowc KID GLOVES Sizes 5 3-4,6, 6 1-4 and 7. Were $3.00 each, now $1.00 One Lot Black and White LISLE GLOVES Elbo tength, smalf sizes, 5 3-4 to 0 1-4, were $1.00. now 60c Pearl Buttons 1c per Dozen 30 yards Spool Silk 1c a spool Colgatas 25c Talcum now 10c Colgates 25c Dental Powder now 10c 25c Granite Wash Pans 10c 20c Iron Biscuit Pans lOd 16-Button White and Black UNDRESSED KIDS Sizes 5 3-4 to 7; former price $2.75, to olose out $1.75 Blue and White SILK GLOVES 1 Mutton, $1.75 CARPETS AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST! Smtll Lot Ladies' 1 Mutton KID GLOVES C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 May 1908

Pf§. . JSBm „, M} "> 'C!, mm r-r;' ' ' IBw£ v aPP pfjgv: THE BBZX. COUNTY PBMOCKAT FRIDAY. "AY as 190S That Distinguished Air It Comes From a Knowledge of How to Wear Your Clothes, and What Clothes You Wear. KIRSCHBAUfl CLOTHES exemplify a degree of good form which cannot be possessed in any other make of clothing. They are not only the real creators of style, but they are made of the very best fabric and they are cut with semi-shaped coats and made of the newest shades and stripes. PRICE RANGING FROM $15.00 TO $25.00 FOR BIG AND LITTL CHAPS We have arranged a display of Boys1 Clothing which reveals astonishing values in the surety of good and long service. We include the latest creations in flRS. JAME HOPKINS' BOYPROOF CLOl HES, those well known high grade garments at Low Grade Prices. ,lt's sufficient that they cannot be equalod for style and service. Make of the best fabrics and cut in doubIe>breasted and Russian styles with Knickerbocker pants. PRICES FROM $2.50 TO S8.SO G...

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