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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

j. vf. 1 -t— U, I THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. Marginal Notes Upon Books Are Sometimes Severe. Readers' Estimate* of the Works hi a Circulating Library Apt to Be Irritating to Author, if He 8aw Them. Not only is the battered condition of certain works of fiction In circulating libraries a surtS proof of their popular- ity, but one taer even gather details from the marginal notes made by feminine renders. It Is not sufficient for the commentatlve pencil to under- score admired passages, observes a writer in the New Orleans Times-Pica- yune; adjectives of praise also are freely if not always discriminatingly bestowed. \ On the closing page of some favorite novel may often be read: "Fine!" "Splendid I" "lively I" or—highest commendation of all—"Grand !" One notemaker undertook the large order, "I would read every single word she writes," and another avowed, with more justice than she knew, "You don't often find a book like this." On the other hand, these unprofes- siona...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

I ll'l1' ll*lli ■'■■ " -f. -> H ■ -\y,; *■ -r \ N sY HMD TO ERADICATE MOTHER HAD REASONED WELL W,: ■ ■ fe*' &v i i mmmm U^Vaf- ■rrwiMua Geographical Notions That Have a Firm Held on the Mind* of Meet People. It is curious to note with what per- •isteiicy people will adhere to current Ideee without ever thinking that these not, under all clrcumHtances, •Innate one itfHhe same thing. As a natter of fact, the maximum heat is between North and South—vis, along the equator, and It is as cold at the South p0|e a8 at the North Pole. Also the words North and South are us rela- tive terms as East and West, and do not. to everyone, convey the same idea. t- To make this clear, let us suppose that A Stands at the North Pole and, turning In the direction of the country from which he came, feels the wind blowing in his face. He would, of course, claim that this wind was south- erly, and nobody would dare contradict him, for does not the wind come froru Norway, Which is south from the Pole?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

2 THE BELTON JOURNAL Volume 62 BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918. THE ALLIES CONTINUE TO ROLL BACK THE GERMAN HORDES ALL ALONG THE ENTIRE WESTERN FRONT # n WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE FOR TAX COLLECTOR and Will Give You the Same Service and Courteous Treatment. JAKE D. NELSON BELL CONUTY FAIR HAS FINE POSTERS The Bell County Fair asso- ciation has sent out men to post bills advertising the at- tractions of the coming fair. These bills are the finest that have yet been posted for any Bell county fair and are of var- ious designs, lithographed in colors calculated to direct the attention of the public to this great annual event. There is much benefit to be derived from the competitions between exhibitors at the county fairs and the times provide the ne- cessity for the people of this section of the state to get to- gether and make plans for the future; the county fair* offers the best opportunity they will have for this purpose. Seven counties are to participate in the activities o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

.. THE BELTON JOURNAL: THUB8DAY, JULY 26. 1918. TAX JUDICIAL. NOT POLITICAL. .w n. srf Jhe 5* ■: of tie uf Tow, and pro- ert bosks is public Side otf Texas, and there- i iwnhini t? ike Legiid*ture of Suae «# Terns- in 1. That Sertjor. t, Article Ehe Canctanaian, be *o chang- to read as fbDim't ( creating X Oc« "ft artt of tbe rev«s- ^jwed f!i« the State occupo- w! CITATION! PUBLICATION. Any Constable of poll tax of or,t nuua riEBWl or HtfT co. male inhabi- j£STuTcdE R- E. Weaver, B. 0. Weaver, M. C. «f te St*e, hetaaea tie ape* **"*" SC- Kirk gey, J. M. Copeland, A. C. Watson, J. O. Shelley, and their unknown To the Bell County, Creating: You are hereby commanded to summon R. M. Harris, J. D. Rob- erto, L. H. Land, T. H. Mabry, W. H. H. Hendrick, W. C. Cook, J. S. Lagrone, C. A. Crouch, W. R. Hanes, K. S. Barrett, J. F. Hanes, C. A. Hester, H. L. Ward, J. H. Gregory, j J. L. Thompson, T. H. Henderson, J. D. Hendrick, W. H. Graham, C. R. Moore, E. 0. Chapman, J. B. Car- lisle, N. A. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918. # * WS.S. TO SAYINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY TUB UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ! %/NC& H7 C? Q W. a, o. W SKmG3 STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT >, . -• V-'y^Ss- . yyyyjs < yy ...v ,-.v. /■ • v,.^ , . \ *. * - <- •">' ,, . _ •*>y^m S®5i>'' '.' J- '-.■••■. • - N VSf * ^iisss> @itn S?55 " ^ TWM^ ,i'*,"<'''** r * trt & k 9 i t A A IS « * Your Money May Buy tHe Shell tKat 5inKs a Submarine wo: "MBVR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT *^4X I i £ % WS.S. m SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT asa LX '- •AV ,j«xi _ '•v V- I:V'""

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

mm THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918. THE iN JOURNAL —BY- BKLTON JOURNAL LIBHING CO. PUB- P. PYLE Editor. CHA8. W. PYLE Mmiiii Editor sad Business M'jr. Present Address: With the Amer- ican Expeditionary Forces, "Some- where in France." Entered at the Post Office at Belton, Texas, as second-class mail Drafted Men Tuesday Tuesday morning all the drafted men in class one were called together by the local board for instruction. Address- es were made by Hon. Geo. W. Tyler, A. C. Bauer, Dr. A. B. Crain, Judge Mallory Blair and Judge M. M. Whjte. At 8 o'clock the white men were drilled on the court house square by C. C. Countess and Slade Yarrell. The negroes were drilled by Prof. L. B. Kin- ch-ion. The Young Men's Chamber of Commerce band made music for the occasion. The drilling was winessed by many citizens of Belton and Bell county. Gov. Jas. E. Ferguson SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Three Months .35 Six Months 75 <> * Year $i.5u ence in the coming primaries. Candidate Patterson...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918. t * % . 4 9 4 S) * A Last Appeal Fellow Citizens: On April 16, of this year, I resigned a responsi- ble position, viz, bookkeeper for Temptex Auto Co., and entered the race for Tax Collector of Bell Coun- ty* Since that'time T have made an active campaign, and have seen a great many of Bell County's voters but not all, hence, this last appeal. As I have an unlimited experience in clerical work, I feel no hesitancy in asking for your suffrage on my qualifications, and will say here and now, if I am elected and do not make you as good a Tax Col- lector as Bell County ever had, I will not ask your consideration for a second term. I have always stood "Four Square" on all moral issues and have voted for clean men for office from President to Constable. There is no doubt that the race is between Mr. Nelson and myself—and I hope that you have al- ready decided that Mr. Nelson's nine or ten years connection with this office is sufficient and that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

THt. 8KLTOK JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918. HIT CHANGE M VNUfSUFE TA1W k WAWTED TO THANK DONORS PtHt u i*r #rt* Voowfitt HMHI OMT jstf iMar flw* -Mwrf 3 -«r sh tmmsttn jsr *< • ■ mnnnr «« Haas W UJ* *wiar s*t1s r. 3w «*•&]« *11 «•* 1* B* Iff OONSTMr f tiwiwsr M. tM i ht * tm- mowi ~*4fc, I? jw dter - <■«■* aa- jprn' I* U+ >mt wc.*> ' we' * t* >«tr muc t -Urn- «M£ 9M >«S. *r <•" H*r *C«L fc4« C - ,««U VWlld ltt ! w t< MM •"uswgr fhr * tor rmji —in WiW SHOT «MK :ST J> MM * iBnr m «rf ' «rsBwr;.*e«t atmm*x urn* rim eft —' • tie- «■ * iwMlNfcraiw tSie fMti i 1r«M. wrn^t ✓ •* ' 'IMS IM uMI gmr m-tf mttxvu*ne <* tu*m. pn «d « i*. 1M better and ' ft ewesy wmy move '""y rt ST£Ei£T£"K: — JBfflt JE - VWUV, IZv R - fit Ottb m beat . - -■ . i ■■■■ ' - ■ ■—;, iwekMbe, feetrti- sssr ——~'-t VVm." mmf ft. rt B.u mrnSm**iZ m *9*taw i* fr. m y\MMW t - falsi *tw. M fawt> r«i«0> lartto*E «DMt ■ km"**' ' tn e? ie- YMOZum. • Tnpi^Mhli 'smaymme mut r m—mne. «•* (•...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

THE BELTOW JOULVAL TH11SDAV. JULY a. 191*. * ft at^ssfflSsi affrai *£§85 ANNOU NGEMENT Sfll (Ununltj 3natitutr TO BE HELD IN THE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING Helton, Srxas SEPTEMBER 2ND TO 6TH. 1918 P. L. STONE County Superintendent TO THE TEACHERS: The Institute for white teachers of the public schools of Bell County, Texas, for the ensuing year of 1918-1919, is hereby called to meet in the public high school building, Bel tori, Texas, Septem- ber 2nd to 6th, inclusive, 1918. Please bear in mind the fact that the same law that requires the County Superintendent to hold this Institute, also requires you, as teachers, to at- tend. The basic purpose of the Teachers' Institute is to give to the teachers five days of intensive prep- aration for the work of the school year, to give five days to the close study of the practical and professional phases daily confronting the active and progressive teacher. No TRUE teacher will fail to be present at all times actively contribut- ing to the success o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 25 July 1918

SBBE Ik M 1 THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1918. HEAD i REMINDS SOLDIERS OF NOMC Method Now That So Few Art Being Printed. •mall Oeddeea ef Libety In Pari* At traeka Americana ta Bridge Where •Ha Stan4a. Thar* is a little old bridge la Parle In an out-of-the-way part o# the city that ta being trod by many YanUe< ,Uttla Mantel Arltbmatlc Required by j feet these days. System Which la explained Her*— The Rlffel tower h> about three Llttla Rhyme to Ba Cam- 1 fourth* of a mile away, and the dl mitted ta Memory. tance between the tower and the little b'liljre Is about as unattractive a* yon Uv. m IPS? k 1 i Calendars for 1918 are going to be Scarce, partly on account of the paper , shortage and partly because advertls- |ars are cutting down expenses, the largo Insurance companies, for In- stance, having made It a rule that their agents will.have to print their own calendars. It used to ba that one was flooded with calendars of all sorts and shapes about the first of the yea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

♦ University of T* PMsfnn 0f pu^ ,'Lf. *' ' , - ' '*/ V l * u * -f * THE BELTON JOURNAL Volume 62 BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. Number 17 GOVERNOR HOBBY SWEEPS THE STATE IN THE PRIMARY BY A PROBABLE MAJORITY OF 250,000 VOTES THE WINNERS , IN SATURDAY'S PRIMARY ELECTION The election returns are not all in from the State nor from Bell county, but enough are in to determine the results. Gov- ernor Hobby has swept the State by a probable majority of 250,000 votes. ■ For Lieutenant Governor, W. A. Johnson and T. W. David- son are leading. They will be is the sccor.d primary on Aug- ust 24th. Senator Morris Sheppard is nominated for the United States Senate without opposi tion to succeed himself. Nelson Phillips was nominat- ed to succeed himself as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court without opposition. Thomas B. Greenwood was nominated to succeed himself as a member of the Supreme Court by a large majority. For Associate Justice of the Court of Criminal Appeals, O. S. Lattimor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

A Surprise Box ofUeatrty No matter wiat kind of powder you've atcd. Soul Kin Face Pow- der will beaatifv the complexion beyond your londe*t dream*. Soul Hf55 C/aco y>oioder -v. v.* fc* -- * ~. THE msmcss—aasai SUGAR IS SCARCE. . JkCXL V Tfc* werk of lh< auhmarine iff the Atlantic ma *ar1y i« J mm wiin«| in a |r««t lees e ef aufir fram Cuba a nS Nrt* $ Rica. TMa means that wa moat i* aeo* daily mnM in etir wee af ttiia Iw^rtiiit com- modity. The Unite* ttataa Feed Administration iM||iati ^ that each sereon Ma no more J than S pninia every month. * ihhhhhhhhhmiiim t Not a Bite of Breakfast Until You Drink Water Hi lit * aa coal, when it barn a, leaves * certain amount of iBcom-> MTI niDDIIM. mrattiiret 1 cap* milk H eay earn or m*p! arras 12 hm<4 date* cut up amaft S teaspoon salt I teaspoon ean'TIt Ml* tha rornatsrefe wfth % ewp tnttk Hfci: tea rfnilmni mils in a <S<vjb'e bett- er. am th 'ArinTjrrh. syrup. date* •alt. and stir until thirk. ctv a&4 cot for M minu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

THE BELTOIf JOURNAL: THURSDAY. AUG. 1. IA. WS.S. TOUt. SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WS.S. JMUEDBYTHE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 11 1 > fS X 1 r m I w % % m As 4 Your Money May Buy the Shell that SinKs a (Submarine k- % % sr I - aJ J . 4 -«P "ill :f 1 WS.S. ^EMLSCHNGS STAMPS ' ISSUED BY THR UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT i ■ i' V WS.S. IflDEDBY THK UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT H ■ —c • s, ."2: ■ - '■Ml jp I i *1 -wfeir s?Si,i '&83EUI r <wMim —————— — h . nenif:«- 'is • / \ •• • . ;VX§ ■' i — • as W^- *rW:W"r— •WPS '4 . mmm 1 hM

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

wmmakhteg V . ' tSSSSSSSSSSSiKJ^r. sISSES r .*' TttK uELlON JOURNAL.: THUKSDAY, AUG. 1, 1918. THE BELTON JOURNAL monrnwuMf —BY— BBLTON JOURNAL LUSHING CO. PUB- O. P. PYLE S SSE ill CHA8. W. PYLE Editor and Business M'gr. Present Address: With the Amer- ExMditk>n&ry Forces, "Some- la France-" ■i ■J — * _ . pi? at the Post Otto at Texas, as second-class mall SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Three Mentha OH Six Heaths 75 Oh Year I-50 ^ — Uenteaant Brace Frazier Ar- rives Safely. Dr. J. M. Frazier is. in receipt of a card from his son, Lieu- tenant Bruce Frazier which states that he had landed safe- ly over seas. Lieut. Frazier is in the 343d Field Artillery. Landed Safely Over Seas. Our editor has a card from his son, Chas. W. Pyle, who is Sergeant-Major in the 345th Field Artillery, which states that lie had landed safely over seas. Supt. L. H. Hubbard has re- turned from Austin, where he has been teacher of History in the University Summer school. He is now busy getting ready for the openi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

♦ . ♦ ♦ 4 > * > I 1 f SI-;'... : THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, AUG. 1, 1918. j). TO THE VOTERS OP THE 27TH SENATORIAL DIST. S I |j)'i < JU5 < H2) HEED ilCT. 3j; i^nrn c i THEY MAKE GOOD WHEREVER THEY GO Just as the red-blood quality of America's men means triumph over foe, so does the true-blue quality of these Extra- Tested Tires mean service triumphf or user*. RACINE Country Road Multi-Mile Cord TIRES Each Extra Test adds definite fighting strength. For instance: the extra test for carcass smoothness does away with all internal ridges by a "feather-edge" process of joining all fabric used. Means many extra miles. Racine Country Road yields service far beyond the 5000 Mile Guarantee. Racine Multi-Mile Cord Tire is in every way worthy the name Racine Rubber Company. BROWN SALES CO. For your own protection be cert itn every Racin* Tire you buy bear a the name RACINE RUBBER COMPANY, RACINE, WISCONSIN & -CASH AND CARRY IN contributing our mite to the cause of humanity a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

:M6Maust*ea. THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, AUG. 1, 1918. 1 I a :i* -' fiMtf Mttfiod Now That So Few , %Mnr MM la Cxplalaed H#f - UHh ftbynta to Be C«m- * Kto4 to HMwry. I Calendar* for 1918 art going to be tam, partly oa account *f the paper ahsrtag* and partir becsuae edverti*- 'an ye putting «rwa «[«!«•, the litfa infer* nee ronpanH for ia- rtaacMwtag made It a rale that their agaata will bare to print thdr own eabmdara. ft used to ha that one wa* floodad with calendars of ell aorta and ahajMa about the Brat sf the year; bow one ha* to boy them. < Why bay a calendar If one can carry tfce whole thing In one's head? There are several way* in which one can Ag- ar* eat the day of the week upon which any day of the month will fall. ( bat the amjority of them require an uxmt of oieatal arithmetic that la beyond the power* of the man In a harry, or the woman arranging for a party. Here la a almple calendar arranged j by a memory expert. It consists of twelve word* arranged aa a rhyme....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 1 August 1918

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 8 August 1918

''liven THE BELTON JOURNAL BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918. THE BELTON DISTRICT MUST AND WILL GO "OVER THE TOP" IN THE SALVATION ARMY DRIVE BELL COUNTY THE NATIONS CLUB BO YS TO HOLD CALL FOR NURSES ENCAMPMENT FOR OUR BOYS Beiton, Tex.. Aug. 7, 1318. Why do we need nurses / lie- To Every Club Member: 1 cause they are e&sentiai to This is your authority to be eompkrte Military prepared- with us at the Encampment ineu. In time>f of special dan- whether your crop burned up geT fjr distress nurses are al- or not, if you gave it a trial. Way* the first group of women we want you to be with ua and called for. In war they are the enjoy a rest or vacation. If;only group of women placed in you can. insist ao your mother, ^ finit line of defense. Ade- wfll come the first day. quate nursing service is abso- Place—Beiton. Time—Aug- }0{e!y essential to the health, u*t 14th and 15th. comfort, and safety of our men What to bring: A pair of jn the army and navy and the quilts or blan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 8 August 1918

,mm THE BELTOJ; JOURNAL: THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1818 r-J Si '■ —■— Net Htl NOTICE or HEARING TO AP- PROPRIATE PUBLIC 'WATERS. m-t GKK m: 'Mi Ffflis ■ '? •• . v.":!■ mk Ell. mm v; iWi SJ-^Adz&z- ■ ■ r. ■ If* £$ft is llggff v 5^V ;!>U-r PPw 5 THE STATE OF TEXAS Notice is hereby givea, to whom concerned, that J. G Nash, whose postoffice address is Belton, Texas, did on th« 11th day of July, A. D. file an application in the office of the Board of Water Engineers of; the State of Tex**, in which he ap- pHes for a permit to appropriate sufficient water for the purpose of i irrigating certain lands hereinafter: described, from the unappropriated; wstei-s of the State of Texas, to be diverted from the I .son River, in Bell County, Texas, by means of a pumping plant to be located on the Chap. Fumash 1-3 League Survey, on the South tank of Leon River, in Bell County, Texas, and is distant in a northwesterly direction from Belton, Texas, eight miles. You are hereby further notified that th...

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