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

INC DEMOCRAT Pnhllihei All tfeeNewt All tl 11m 50 CENTS THE YEAR. 4>jchs State •r Bl^ol Hi j TUESDAY BDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. J~ \ f A ** PUBLISHED TWICE -A- WEEK. V Mwi , . iU : « is v ' li the Mdt ef tfce treat Stat* ef Tew Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, I UESDAY. JU.NE 30, iqo8 Number 56 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. ~ Sparta Sparks. Everybody enjoyed the rain which {£11 Sunday night. Mrs. R. F. Bates and daugh- ter Miss Gippie attended Church at Sparta Sunday morn- ing. Misses Carrie and Stella Sellars spsnt Saturday night and Sunday with thire sister Mrs. .Joe Doss. Mr. Ernest Wiseman spent Saturday nignt in the city. Mr. Will Hall and Miss Ophie Mitchel were ou driving Sunday afternoon. Sam Guinn and daughter Stella went to Belton shopping Friday. Pat Fulwiler carried Misses Maude and Monnie White to Belton Suneay evening. £ Will Bates was in Sparta Sun- ^ day afternoon. John Morris spent the night with his daughter Mrs. J. C. Damron Saturday night. "Wonder what Miss Ora P. was singi...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 June 1908

Cnpny (Incorporated) jL*_finnnrw~n~if ■' BPe—cfit - ■ DIRECTORS: •. U. Ray, Ptm., W. 8. Hunter, Vloe Pree.,C. B. Smi (too. w. Ty\ r. T W0*TP6W ) Cochran. WOOD ALL, MiU(ir " •- ' ™ :- n ?> •■' .5-;". fc&j ft Batarad at the Bclton Poatoffiee aa Sec- oad Claaa Mad Matter. Official Paper CHy of Bclton The latest auto races in the east broke six records, five legs and one neck. Senator Jeff Davis was de- feated for delegate-at-large to the Denver convention, but he will be "at large" just the same. Arkansas is showing a - very friendly feeling for Denver by refusing ;to send Senator Jeff Davis as .a delegate to the demo- cratic convention. . \ Although 800 American lob- sters were shipped to Europe last week there will be enough left on this side to make thejwm- mer girl's life worth living. I. -;v #3'; J- It appears to be a case of "Too Late" Johnson instead of 'Too Much" Johnson, so far as the governor of Minnesota is con- cerned. . The census bureau is prepar- ing to find out t...

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

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT DUE DILIGENCE Every officer and employee of this bank is expected to exercise due diligence In the protection and promotion of it's patrons' interests. BELTON NATIONAL BANK f ig AriRi A iSfiSiiSSi rfSi 1SS1 Ji : <s ►2 2 «S : : : ►i RUBBER TIBES PUT 'UN Almost Wiile You Wail. I have installed a new rubber tire machine, and can put new tires on your buggy or carriace on short no- tice, and the kind that will last. When you need any- thing in this line don't fail to give me a call. Have just received a car of new style Moon Bros. Buggies and Carriages. Come around and see how you like them. Everybody knows what Moon Bros, quality means. Prices are Right. Terms to suit everyone. A. D. POTTSi South Side Square Belton, Texas * 2> > * * jf & * & & ft* i,. out ft' -9213J TO CUT A LONG TALK SHORT We'll tell you frankly, ttouj we have got a lot of stuff here in the line of lunil>er and building material, that we're will- ing to swap for about t...

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

Iw* RrV. be',< m;3 PwV m wfrfcf* Wr-. J I % r tev" i" Ite fur Prize Fishing Contest ire-Bait* spear Fishing Tackle tree. biiion in our store; we shall be glad 10 •iave y°u co,ne ln 1 amine it, and receive free copies of our booklets on "How t< Bass" and the "Art of Bait Casting," together with full j lrrs how to win the $10.00 prize outfit. The Shakespeere For the beat string of Aah caugtot on Shakes] season we an giving fine 110.00 outfit of This handsome outfit includes a fine hand-made Shakespeare rod and reel; 100 yards of "Indian" Silk Lide and an assortment, of Shakespere Baits That Cash Pish." This outfit is now on exhibi- biiion in our store; we shall be glad 10 have you coine in and ex- ' ■ * — "How to Catch particu- prize outfit. The Shakespeere reel is everywhere well and favorably known; anglers say it is very smooth and ea*y in action, spins freely and is thoroughly satifac- tory. The Shakespere rod is popular because of its flexibility, sensitiveness and responsi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 July 1908

t « SL« Urtrjl t ... «, •■* i •. ■. wk4-:.yS V ,' ' ,W' -■ • ? TNI DEMOCRAT Pvbllihei All the Newt All the Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELi TK RCM0CRAT U^ail^i i* ->«-- • rwvnNi m in ivm •f tfc* #rMt ItfM «f Tmm ^TJBLISHEID TWICE .A. WEEK. Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 3, IQ08 t i t —i. Number 57 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. & Stringtown News. Health in this community is good at present. The crops are looking flneafter the nice rain we had Thursday- Work is about up here. Will Alsup and sister, Miss Janio were in our community. Bob Hairs ton and Thurman Simonton have gone fishing on the river. Miss Eurah Weems has gone Rockdale to spend a few weeks. Mrs. Kurie Janeway was the guest her parents one day this week. There was an ice cream supper at Oscar Jacobs's last Saturday night. Miss Pern Alston won the prize for having the prettiest cake. ^ John Nelson weut to town Sat- urday. There was a party at Mr. James' Friday and a few of the String boys attended Mrs. Young spent one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 July 1908

y*-* * . . i >?■ « i***« * i «*'«*4t* *i ■ r-j1 '« • " PP§§|;' s- ft SPH? > THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Bell County Democrat KaUbUafcad i Itgfc Beatcrat riMltM* ttapmy (Incorporated) DIRECTOR8: 8. M. Ray, Pre*., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pre*., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler. T. W. Coohran. w. M. WOODALL, Maaajcer. MBKRIPnON, (K. WBR YEAR Bote red at the Belton Po«toffice u Sec odd Claas Mail Matter. The Campbell-Williams Contest, Anent the Campbell-Williams editorial in the last issue of the Democrat there has been consid erable criticism, especially on the point that Gov. Campbell was but obeying the will of the peo- ple. One of our critics, whom we regard as a close student of political economy, declares that Mr. Campbell was not the choice •f the majority of the people, but by the peculiar workings of the Democratic convention that nominated him he secured his election, that his policies were not endorsed by the people, but by the majority of the committee on platform of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 July 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT * 110 Prize Oot/ltFree Fop the best string of fish caught on Shakespeare's bait this season we are jjivinjf a fine #10,.0 outfitof Fishing' Tackle free. This handsome outfit includes a fine hand- made rod and reel, 100 yards of "Indian" Silk Line, and « n assortment of Shakespeare "Baits that catch fish," This outfit is now on exhibition in our stoue, and we shall be fflad if you will come in and examine it and receive free copies of our booklett "How to Catch Hass" and "Art of Bait Casting-" together with full particular? how to win the $10.00 prize outtit. of fiishing taokle, Come in today and get a copy bf our two free booklets, examine the new baits and learn how to win the prize outtit. HENRY HOWELL The Avenue Druggist Belton, Texas igribriRi a3ii£f a3ai?io£io3oi3f t£t o?a e!5e S5ee!SetSe tf&i Ji ►: : ►: * ►: : ►i ►: RUBBER TIRES PUT 'UN Almost While You Wall. I have installed a new rubber tire machine, and can put new tires on your buggy or carriag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 July 1908

• "r*fs2 sprv ' sr^Myja^s-aA'"' I: 3 I 5 i ' t TaEBMXOQUNTYD^IOCR^ m&vmmws It matters not what amount of money you have to iteixwtt we will accept it at this bank. We welcome • - — • — — —i~—j him th all tha~nmrTI depositor; we extend to him the same « A * consideration and courtesies accorded patrons. Our customers all know this. our THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK w Bukt W01 CUh. Saturday being a legal holiday the following banking institutions will remain closed throughout the entire day. Those having | business with them will take no- tice and attend to same before- hand. Belton Nat'l Bank. H. C. Denny & Co. Peoples Nat'l Bank. Mrs. Dick Scanlon of Smith - ville was in Belton Monday. The Democrat Picnic. On Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock the correspondents of the Democrat and a few invited guests assembled at the Demo- crat office. After an inspection of the plant and equipment they left on a special car, chartered for the occasion, at 10:30 for a ride over the line and around th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

■i^iraa State Library •: - a302 1! m THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All tlM Newt All the Hae 50 CENTS THE YEAR. 3EjLJLJ FRIDA YpDITlON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. '.. •. n:Ht v'moJ !!•)" PUBIjISHED TWICE Jil WEEK. ■mj^n . ; %?. M \i ji ^Sl f# Volume XII. BELTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY io, iqo8 Number 59 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. Prairie Valley. Dear Editor: We hardly know- how to start our news this week, since that great correspondents' picnic. That was something grand to be sure. We certainly did enjoy ourselves that great dav. Bob Jackson visited Sam Wil- son amd family Sunday. . Dave Harris and family were the guests of J. T. Huey and fam- ily Sunday: Hurrah for T. and N. from this part of the country. Come again, T. and N., we would be giad you would write every week. Blake Barton passed through our community Sunday after- noon. Walter Smith and family from near lien Arnold have been visit- ing relatives in our community for the past week. I wonder if Mrs. Lorena Moore has found that turkey yet. She s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

Iplf J THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT «r HP5 E T; ••;■ & Bell Cooity Democrat - liaiMu By teatcrat raUishiH Ct«M«y. (Incorporated) ilAAfuvvfinrv\<>f>r>r>rM'v^''' ••■■*■■*** DIRECTORS: ft. M. R y, Pre.., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, S«c-Tr© ., O«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. 6UB4CKIPHON. goc. K«* VBA* Entered at the Belton Postoffice m Sec- ond Cloaa Mat! Mutter. Democrat Stock Holder*. . F. K. Austin Frank'Baker B. C. Clabaujfh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis w. p. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts RoyHammersraith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Fraasier J. H. Head Thos. 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 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 Yarrell Belton Facing a Crisis. The recent agitation of the Vyacoi-Marlin-Temple trolle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

4? vj m mmmm TAE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT mmm WE SELL the Oak and Hickory Ironclad WAGON Sip ..... We sell the Moline v-v'l1"- / Wagon because we honest- ly believe it is the greatest wagon value on the market today— the best wagon at any price: Tkcaust we know how it is made and can stand right square back of it with a guarantee of complete satisfaction—there are no ifs nor ands about our guarantee: Because it is the stroagest wagon we know of—yet runs one third lighter than any other: Because the timber used in its construction is the toughest of hardwood, air-seasoned, and will last a lifetime—it takes from four to seven years to air-season the timber used in the Moline Wagon—that means that it costs more money to build—but the buyer pays no more for it: Because from the foundation of hardwood to the iron clad construction, every piece and part is made of the material that S3 years experience has demonstrated as the best for the purpose: Because this wagon has more improvements that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

& m ©6?;- M Xp-, ARIN I / nin 7 n i mm OVERSTOCKS CONBUCE SHARP REDUCTIONS-PRICES NEVER SO LOW. A MASSING OF ECONOMIES. SALE WILL BE A RECORD-BREAKER We will not mince words. We will come quickly to the point—give the plain facts with no frills. We are greatly overstocked with all sorts of warm weather wearthlngs—so we greatly underprice. Never have such vast assemblages of fine goods participated in the July Clearing Sale. Now's the time to clear decks—to effect riddance, to remove obstruction. There is much to move—hence much of price-reducing. Prices have never been so deeply cut—never such sacrifices—such stirring savings, such startling selling. Every department, every stock is affected. All summer goods must go; all summer goods will go, at a lively rate. j No reservations—no favorites. Everything summary Joins tjie whirl. Selling will begin with a rush. Stocks will disappear as if by magic! Come early, while assortments ara complete. SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, JULY II And Coxr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

* | < *2 2 >2 • ♦2 >2 2 ►J * « « • 2 « * * s 2 «S * 2 : * * * >! ►I ►I * 2 * * •8 ►I <5 ►I •8 •a <1 * « 2 2 * TUB RWX COUNTY DEMOCRAT o3iR3oR3oi3oR3i?4R3io?WT<io3iR3oo3iR3oR3iRff«i3iRSRR3i ( 'te/jij w JULY 11,1908 We Will Begin Our Annual JULY CLEARING SALE People from every nook and corner of Bell and adjoining counties will be here to participate in the rich harvest of bargains that will be ripe and ready for them. If you miss this sale you will miss the Greatest Bargain Event of the year. Everything Goes At a Reduced Price. " We Are Determined to Reduce Our Large Stock And Nave Made Prices That Will Do It Pffigig/A- :$$g Willi] 7 :« - i LADIES READY-TO-WEAR We want your to visit our Ladies ready-to-wear Department. The best line of skirts in the city at the price of the material thrown in. One lot of fancy skirts this seasons goods that were worth 6.50, 8.50, 10.00 and 11.00 go in this sale at 55.00. All 5.00 Skirts at 3.98, 6.00 skfrts at 4.50, 7.50 skirts a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

EgwR > ■■■ - \,"\' V m ts-. >V„i ■■• Ll- ■'-« tL m.; : % M. #: sm 11 the butt. rmrrvty democrat w. <i * \ y! "Vvv> r.m^ lYnuiM^v lim * JUST ARRIVED Large Shipment FASHIONABLE FURNITURE! We Have Just Received a Very Large Shipment of The Latest Style added to our Already Splendid Stock, makes a most interesting display. You may now find anything you want to make your hdme look pretty, at prices that will astonish you. The new goods will be on display the early part of^next week and for a few days we will make special prices in order to advertise our Furniture Department. YOU WILL FIND PRICES RI6HT Furniture, which, MAY & SON Belton Texas W V Vf >Sf If V ** V V llf Kfi If V •Si" V tf Vf JUDGE W. R. BUTLER Issues an Address to the People of Bell County Splendid Record Shown. lb the Citizens and Voters of Boll County: \ j^'The many and pressing official de- mands upon me as County Judge have |F#pt me closely confined to my office Belton during the progreaa of the npai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

THE BELL CO THE PERFECT LAUNDRY SOAP Fairbank's SUNNY MONDAY is a Laundry Soap that we are glad to recommend. It is the Perfect Laundry Soap, made from the highest grade materials, by a company that knows how to make soap right. mm IMONDAYP CAM BANGLES' The Grocer. ROTARY DUTCHMAN DOUBLE OR SINGLE DISC PLOW The Only Disc Plow Which Gives Satisfaction Everywhere; All The Time. Let us put one of those in your field "on trial." If you like it, bay it. We show its work before you agree to take it. PRICES $ND TERMS RIGHT. m HARDWAPg CO.fr Belton - Texas J. M. FRAZIER, M. D. Uni. of Penn. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON \ Office hours from 2 to 4 p. m. Both Phones Over Howell's Drug Store Dr.M. P. McEIhannon Physician and Surgeon Office over Hunter & Freeman Dr. Tom Batte DISEASES OF WOMEN AND ; CHIL- DREN A SPECIALTY. New Phone No. 187 Old Phone,No. 8 DR. A. B. CHAIN Physician And Surgeon Office Over Hunter it Freeman Residence Central Hotel Old Phone 312 New Phone 137 Dr. E. Marvin Smith DENT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 July 1908

f,' ' 'I !r I I >. ■ ■ 11 T> * ppyEJP ■ ^iijv.xruw* JP5! T#.v|; iSiti.-l si® 1111* ik IIP afM, r J & wl •:' -v- ' mj hH ip nil ^ WE 'WELCOME SMALL DEPOSITS 1 ,f1 I I f f & h " I A tisft ,i t5 43 ■? J It oMttera sot what amount of money you have to depMtlt we will accept It at this bask. We welcome the small depositor; we extend to him the same consideration and courtesies accorded all oar patrons. Our customers all know this. THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK r«ptou « TiSuu Ought to Travel. Houston Post. Candidate Williams might materially add to the sum of his information about Texas bv tak- ing a swing around the circle. Then in the course of his literary work he would not make the mis- take of saying that "the farms of Texas have not been a paying in- vestment for several years"; that "our State is,far behind other states"; that Texas is "not so well blesstd with varied and nat- ural resources," etc. Texas has suffered its share of floods, destructive insects and such other ...

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

THE KMOCRAT Pabllthei All the Newt All the Time 50 Cf NTS Tit YfAR. * \ SUte Llbraryf + TUESDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE -A. WEEK. r-n-t* ■■ ■■■ Iiwir- -*v«M :0m "" "N?\ l ;i. • $ *1 ; • iit •AWm i I Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1008 Number 60 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. ft Hairville Dots. Health in this community is very good at presant. Well 1 havent seen much news from this part of the world and Iithought I would send in a few lines. Mr. Joe Wright of Chalk Ridge was the guest of his father Sun- day. Mr. Will Ray and Miss Bruce were seenjdriving.through Davis- ville last Saturday evening. Wonder who all got disapoint- ed over at HairsVill I think there was a good many. Mr. Joe Wright and his sister Clara went to Hairsville to preaching Sunday evening and report a nice time. Ask Mr. Talmage Grigsber if he ever got his foot hung on the cultivator arid the mules that drug him down the hill. Misses Bell Haland and Ethel Bruce visited Mrs. Ollie Hair Tuesday...

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

m SI 1 i ♦ p,. 'V. ' il" ' "&:■ r m :mo wM %<*., CASADAY This it om of the ImplemenU which made our store FAMOUS as Headquarters For Everything. We have a large Stock of then and are prepared to make PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT. SMITH & PEYTON HW. CO., Belton - Texas Bell County Democrat Established in 1896. Published By Democrat Publishing Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Oeo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Mauser. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Bntered at the Belton Postoffice • Sec- oad Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holder*. K. Austin W. S. Hunter V, Frank Baker X. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads XL R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Pelts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frailer J. H. Head . T*w- J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. c. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese ...

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

jcc n TAE RELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT : I * # 4 « * 4 2 <s JT-# #>#*•#■•#> /i ARIN « U n 7 n n WHAT AN INVASION OF BARGAIN HUNTERS Our July Clearing Sale Has Record-Breaking Success The crowds are with us. Our offerings are recognized as unmatchable and unprecedented. We talked strongly in our announcement ad— we predicted much and we have more than made good. m 7 This Sale Is Our Greatest Triumph Share in our triumph—save through our reductions-—serve yourself a good turn by paying less than regular- less than wholesale—less than you ever heard of. The sale is barely under way. Tomorrow it will be in full swing, and swaying thousands to marvelous economies. Join the crowds; partake in good things. These for instance: YOU CAN'T BUY ELSEWHERE IN THE FACE OF OUR CLEARING SALE ECONOMIES Why go farther and fare worse? Why pay more when we charge less? You have always wanted to buy (at Wholesale Prices. Now you can buy at Wholesale AND LESS! Right Here—-At This Store. Come Everybody; g...

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

RPW'Ji'* E8MM f ;Wi; P-i'' kom }' I : Mr- j1' ■ ?V'-. I . w j; a. . iij if r V- ■ ft *V- P Wi m1 If b.'Sj;.. 1 THB BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT WE WELCOME SMALL DEPOSITS ( 11 < ► i > i > < ► • ► uimtiunmi *•—i \ !! i> •' :: ( It matters not what amount of money you have to depqait we will accept it at thia bank. We welcome the email depoaitor; we extend to him the same consideration and courtesies accorded all our patrons. Our customers all know this. THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK DO YOU NEEO MONEY ? Do You Want a Farm De You Want to Buy a Home? Do You Want to Rent a House Do You Want Fire Insurance Do You Want to Make a Bond I have plenty of money at 8 per cent, with privilege of paying before maturity. :« z« & s« & & J. C. PRESTON Office Over Safley Bros. Belton, Texas & & ^Advertisement) The Deadly Parallel. Tonple Telegram. Henry's Straddle (■"Speculation in cdtton futures and difcer agricultu- ral products is u serious question glad nueht to l>e OONTKjO...

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