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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 July 1908

I ( \ I " «L, I THE DEMOCRAT fablltkai All the Daw* All the TIm 50 CENTS THE YEAR. FRIDAY EDITION n . COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE _A_ WEEK, Volume XII. BELTON* TEXAS. FRIDaY, JULY 17. iqo8 Number 61 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. send you the invitation on a bit of paper. Mr. John Lankster and wife were the pleasant callers at the home of Gus Mrore, Friday. Joe French and wife visited at Youngsport last week. Gus Moore has a shattered lip from playing ball Saturday. Jack Moore says he can't play his fiddle buthe can sure tune it. Mrs. Lorena has an organ for sale or trade—high grade Kimble organ. Tom Moore has been having chills last week; lie says he was tired of barbecued beef. Gus, Tom and Jack Moore all . - • 1. ,11 1 went over to Temple, Wednes- ht was enjoyed by all w ho; day oq ^ tm)ley L & N Cedar Grove Dots. As we haven't seen anything from this part of the world. I'll send in a few dots. The health of this community is good at present. Miss Lennie Wiseman visTted Miss Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 July 1908

V- THE BETJj COUNTY DEMOCRAT g - Bell County Democrat m : v? li tr- I :K' f; S&r. :«• ■ - l>fi i l*MMIihi< By •MMcrat PiMlcfelifl Compi«y •Oivni (laeorpOratod) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Bay, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Free., C. B. Smith, See-Trees., f1 Geo. flT, ^rler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PEk VEAH Entered at the Belton Postoffice as Bee oad Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. Austin W. S. Hunter F. K, Frank Baker E. C. Clabaugh 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 Royllummersmith Dr. c. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thos. J. D. Law M. P.McFJhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, 8r. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Ho ea Kobinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell Democrat Educational Contest. In Tuesday's issue of the Democrat the nominees in the "Educati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 July 1908

TAW R^T.T nnvvrv T>F,MOPRAT r if Mi ARTR is \ ? / n t «s « I ►I I « « ►2 ►2 •5 ►2 , * • «8 ►2 « « 2 ►2 : « « * ►2 > * * % * * :« s « ►2 * : ►2 ►2 ►2 ►2 _ 4 • « This sale is mighty good for you; it secures you needed wearthings at very little sums; it savesjyou a Third and Half of Regular Prices, and—It's good for us. We are overstocked. Sales have been retarded by inclement weather. Goods have accumulated in every department, and accumulation is the stagna- tion of trade. This sale moves out all accumulations and overstocks with no uncertain hand. It loses us money but it insures us against greater loss of carrying goods over. But don't let us bother you with thoughts of us—your welfare is more important now, and these items are good for most everybody's welfare—excepting our competitors. :« goods too need every day Now is the time to buy them, Don't wait; they are going fast. 100 pieces Best Standard Calico, sold by everybody else at Q}4c and 7c, July Clearance Sale, per yd*-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 July 1908

m •y- tags. & THE HELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ifvV 1 «r h ■ } V- . f &:L ' .. SOMNMHET MIT! l"~ you will find it best to get a draft or a money order from us. It is the most convenient way. The drafts are good anywhere and can be transferred from oneperaon to another as often as desired, . while a postofflee or express order is . far less convenient. BELTON NATIONAL BANK PROHIBITION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE J. A. MUlerman, Chairman. J. Z. J lller. E. C. < abaugh, <> ' . J. H. Pepper, Dr. J. M. Frazier, T. N. Duckworth, L. B. Tomlin, J. It. Donnell, C. M. Hannon, Kd Love, R. B.' Dickenson, K. H. Cook, T. A. Upshaw, J. G. Cobb, Wm. Baldridjfe, Frank Woods, N. G. Johnson, C. I. Burkes, Dr. J. A. Denman, B. W. Bryan, Dr. J. M. Woodson, L. G. Sims, Bennett Smith, C. W Barrett, Dr. I. D. lfillis, Jim Greenwa.v,, Felix Lancaster, Jno. Hijftfinhotliam, I. P. Vaughn, G. W. Jennings, T. B. Linn, Albert Nebling, W. A. Grimes, C. P. Taylor, A. J, Rogers, J. C, Dameron, C. B. Robinson, W. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 July 1908

"mm TAE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT BE # « far *" . ifww^pgrypauBi., 'yX . " *j,V" 'i^r-- •••:.' . . ■ pmff '■£?* y*v- ■* ^32^^;. - ? S&* <& Baylor Female College BELTON = TEXAS The Leading Female College of the South. The insti- tution where the Democrat will send a Bell County girl to school next year. Who Will Be The Lucky Contest is open to all young ladies in Bell County, except Belton * and Temple. . m <«.& •4 .r- ";as; -«irB r" -4%^$ This Is TIm Most Interesting Contest Ever Held by any weekly ggffi paper; in Texas Thef Democrat Does Things onf a Broad Scale. Read the Democrat ev- ery issue for important announcements. Contest Closes in Time to Enter Baylor at The Beginning of The Session But You Had Better Start Early SEND IN YOUR NOMINATIONS AND GO TO WORK NOW TO KM TIE HNZE '^T-sr m 'V™. • n • VT i iTiTVi f$?* & :« * * J i Si! v t« n wiim. «*«, i «.n«m ■«*,.«—i «wi* «M~

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 July 1908

iiili I •s ] S-Vv m % I I % V',.. . r . |" ••••• ( 1 i^V" f u*r If -: ' THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT as Some Big Real Estate Bargains This partial list will indicate in general, what I can fit ycu up with. If you don't see what you want, wrtte or come to see me. 100 acres of land 1 1-2 miles southwest of Belton, 80 acres in cultivation, 12 in Ijermuda grass, 8 in pasture; S-room house, good well water, wind mill, 3 acres in orchard, lino burn, two good cribs and one two-room tenant house. Price $40.00 per acre. 36 acres of land one mile southwest of Bel- ton; 35 in cultivation, 3 acres in orchard, two good wells water, 4-room house, barn, wagon and buggy sheds; lovely view, healthy location 2551 acres of land 14 miles southwest of Hel- ton, on the Belton and Florence road; 2000 acres is good farming land, of which 450 are in cultivation, balance all fenced, and has six sets of houses, line everlasting flowing springs of water. Will subdivide or sell in a bodv at a bargain. $15.00 Der ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 21 July 1908

V # >rt ni TNI KMOCBAT Publishes All Km Newt All the Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL TUESDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. fttbhiIshed twice .a. week. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 2i, 1908 THE DEMOCRAT CONTEST The following young ladies have entered in the Democrat Educational Contest. All of them have a good number of votes, and will be pub- lished in Friday's Democrat. In that issne will also be published a cou- pon for 1£D vclcs, arJ it v?;!! require seme tiir.e in finding it as it is hidden in an obscure place in tbe paper. Remember that you can vote in both classes. Every new subscriber and renewal can vote 100 votes in Class A and B each. In connection with this contest it will be under- stood that the Democrat will give ali the contestants aha do not win one of the prizes 10 per cent on all the money turned in to us during the contest by them, so yon see everybody will win something. The contest will close on September 8th, which is about six weeks, 2nd you wit! have t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 21 July 1908

TO. m R ; " - ■Mf-" i & I ,' #;;y...'v e " Vy; pjffe -V; ggf ) THE BELL OOPNTY DEMOCRAT Bell Coonty Democra ■ BaUblikhad la 1I96. PiikUtlMtf By . riUlsblai Gtnpany : ?' i« :■ .1 * DiMcrat (Inoorpomud) DIRECTORS: 8. M. B j, Pre*., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pre«., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., G#o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, MOW. SUBSCRIPTION, toe. MM YEAR Bound at the Belton Po toffice aa Sec old Claaa Mail Matter. Dttaocrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin W. S. Hunter Frank Baiter E. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R Everatt J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts RoyHammersmitb Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frailer J. H. Head J. D. Law M. P. McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. MUler, Sr. A. M. Montelth J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Ho sea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stami B. R. Stocking Dr. W. A Thos. Yarrell mper cklng Tyler . Wil son As the chickens come home to roost, so the voter comes home to vot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 21 July 1908

• , 1 % iff ,v THF, RWfJ, OOTTVTV DWWOTIR AT IT'S INTENDED FOR YOU! ' 1 Come To Our July Clearing Sale ^ There is only one July Clearing Sale. There is no other just as good—if there was ours would not be so popular. ^ i| But there are plenty of weak little imitations—that make a spurt and sizzle out. Nothing plaases us more than these imitations. We will admit being a little vain. We are proud of our leadership because it is significant.'} |We know our patrons abide by the old rule—"Imitation is Flattery." It's easy to imitate our sales—any store can do||that—but here's where the stick—They can't Equal Our Bargains; they are unimitable. Try to match them elsewhere— these for instance: ' / f -1 "f?; mm if M I- fi t J 2 < i I 3 I :* >2 SHOES We want to sell you your Shoes while the sale is on; it's a saving you can't afford to miss. Give our Shoe Department a look. Best Standaiil Calico 4 34c a yard Best A. C. A. Feather Tick 12-12c Best 15c Figured Lawn 10c Best 12-50 Men's Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 21 July 1908

i c 91 ftflSs-iri-i. iib^ss* ♦*- • THE BBLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT • f SPM'f; , ' V ?®r,Cr'' ' ■ %y,: '„\4 tf V >V'V; -r' . !N> [ 1 > 3ig w. V.;? *^:;v . mk1* r^F £&| ilii ma m. Some Big Real Estate Bargains \ This partial list will iarfieate ia general, what I eaa fit yo« up with. If you don't aae what you want, write or oom to aao aw. 4 <9 4 4 4 * 100 acres of land 1 1-2 miles southwest of Belton, 80 acres ill cultivation, 12 in bermuda grass, 8 in pasture; 5-room house, good well water, wind mill, 3 acres in orchard, line barn, two good cribs and one two-room tenant house. Price $40.00 per acre. 30 acre* of land one mile southwest of Bel- ton; 35 in cultivation, 3 acres in orchard, two good wells water, 4-room house, barn, wagon and buggy sheds: lovely view, healthy location 2651 acres of laud 14 miles southwest of Bel- ton, on the Belton and Florence road; 2000 acres is good farming land, of which 450 are in cultivation, balance nil fenced, and has six sets of houses, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 July 1908

! i Mm. # # ti„ - * -'xi8 State Library ^ TH MMOCMT hfellsbes All the Newi All Ike THne M Cf NTS THE YEAR. EDITION DEMOCRAT. PXJBXJISHEID TWICE -A. WEKEC. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEX A3,. FRI DAY, JULY 24, IQO8 i - p >1 raMrtetf la tta Matt Number a lift? THE ME STAIiDS fi CLASS "A" Miss lassie Thompson, Belton, Routs 3 1600 Miss Ecrina Blaylsck, Sa'ado MM Miss Ruth Lynch, Salado 1500 Mtss Essie Forrest, Holland, Routs 2 15C0 Miss Martha Owens, Belton, Route 5 ■ 1700 r«*s i Ciiit , 1 1 UC9 Miss Annie Halbert, Belton, Route 3 1300 Mir 3 Fairy Ferguson, Belton, Route 5 1100 luis* 8IIyr-Jc Sitpto, SiSleco, Route 4 1203 M?n l.ennic Wiseman, Snarta v 1400 Miss Kary Lou Powers, Eeitofl, Souls 5 1253 HCW THE TOTE STUBS SfJ CLASS "B" Mis, Lora H&gsn, Safe's, HcuL 1 1280 Mrs, Mora Moore, Holland, Route 5 1506 ■ T f'lnj Mi"-*'? r* 1700 io, u. £• EaaC/f kitfuutia, bavuu# ** Kli'ii. A. it. Cciiman, iliuiiie 4 C35 Mrs. Ja-3 Go?t?a, Trm^c, Poiitc 6 1709 Tanner, ;.c«t.jii!*c.'fi:?r r^OC 'i * J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 July 1908

. .V m* V- -U Jmm; THJ|$ «£r' V' BwP^Slf'f': "'' ' V, '' 1p: Bs& ift^ Ik: THE HmLOOUMTY DEMOCRAT •as ^ffi pfl r * ■ ,1 WX ■ : (■• 1$| • • Kg*' ■ if I k •; 'r-!t rs ' #Sife fer'-j : ■ • • 1 - •-■ • V,' is' • '-. •V ft&ij'S :. J-vt ■ <;■;< •. ■ K .- ■•;•' . '4; 'TV 1 ;.;• KM: ItmMM —i *&* V'A . ■ Bell County Democrat IliM 4 PpMefcei By hilllshlRI CompaBy. (Incorporated) DIRBCTOllS: 8. M. Ray, Pre.., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Soo-Tre s., Q«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, MiMffr. SUBSCRIPTION, goc. PER YBAR at the Belton Postoffice as Sec- ond CUm Mail Matter Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker E. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Gads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frailer J. H. Head Thos. Yarrell W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Montelth J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 July 1908

* I &■$ ib «?« A ib & Ti l?« ?4 S« •& *:< «.?« IK* ?<■ 181 5i ►?« s?« ?« ►* TUB RKt.t. (Strife rife 181181 V * * « * ►2 « ►2 •I « « •I Of Our July Clearance Sale Just consider that you have a date with our July Clear- ing Sale every day for the next week. "Business Before Pleasure" runs an old adage. Now you can combine the two and pay us an enjoyable and profitable visit. YOU KNOW WHAT OUR CLEARING SALE IS It's selling every item of merchandise in our store at a Reduced Price—Lower than you can possibly find it any- where else. To you it's an economizing time of momen- tous importance. BLEACHED SHEETS WITH SEAMS 75c grades now. 85c grade now... 59« 63* PERSIAN LAWNS It will pay you to buy them now for next season. LET DS SELL YON LACE CURTAINS Sale Price en 50c Curtains 42# $1.00 Curtains 79i $1.25 Curtains 98o $1.50 Curtains $1.19 Same Discount on Finer Grades REMEHBER EVERYTHING IS CUT IN PRICE, and Economical Buyers Save Half Their Money Here. w 7 ?- P'A I'M (....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 July 1908

*v-':= W" & ■■ I y m : WWB IL' &:• $ $$y I?f5 3S s; .itoi Pff ■y'^r : I" w-'~ k-. f. EK/jSA''. "V ': I******************** Some Big Real Estate Bargains | Tfcis partial list will indicate in general, what I can fit you cp with. If you don't sea what y?a want, wtte or come to «ee m. 7T Belton, HO acres in cultivation, 12 in berrauda irrasb, 8 in picture; 5-room house, good well water, wind mill, 3 acres in orchard, fine ham, two good cribs and one two-room tenant house. Price $40.00 per acre. 3d acres of land one inilc «outliw«i#t of Bel- ton: 35 in cultivation, 3 acres in orchard, two good wells wuter, 4-rooui house, ham, wagon and liugg^ sheds; lovely view, lien 1 iliy location 2S61 acres of land 14 miles southwest of Bel- ton, ou the Ileltou and Florence road; 2000 acrea 1$ good fanning land, of whiuh 4 >0 are in cultivation, baiaiice all ienceU, and ha^ six sets of houses, line everlasting flowing springs of water. Will Kubdivide or sell in a body at a . urpain. $15.00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 July 1908

Iy**3 SUto Library • « \ '3 , ^'H"Va4 .: . : m km: THE DEMOCRAT Psbllshet All tin Newt All tie Hue 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BEli TUESDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. k 4- a w SJL FTTBHiISHEID TWICE .A. WEEK, ... - M ^ h, . - nmn ■ vm mm •f tteOrMtSttwef Tens Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1908 Number 3 \ia "'-v. ■I 'fw" :9| mg ■ H 3M THE DEMOCRAT CONTEST HOW THE VOTE STAHDS IN CUSS "A" Miss Maggie Thompson, Bolton, Route 3 1600 Miss Horma Blaylock, Salado 1400 Miss Ruth Lynch, Salado 1500 Mtss Essie Forrest, Holland, Route 2 1500 Miss Martha Owens, Belton, Route 5 1700 Miss Pearl Cosper, Youngsport 1200 Miss Annie Halbert, Belton, Route 3 1300 Miss Fairy Ferguson, Belton, Route 5 1100 Miss Myrtle Stephens, Killeen, Route 4 1200 Miss Lennie Wiseman, Sparta 1400 Miss Mary Lou Powers, Belton, Route 5 1200 Miss Mavoirnee Evans, Heidenheimer, Route 1 5000 HOW THE VOTE STANDS IN CLASS "B" Mrs, Lora Hogan, Salado, Route 1 1200 Mrs, Nora Moore, Holland, Route 5 1500 Mrs, J. T. Huey, Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 July 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT t: : f x f ®«P flf y £v;? mm. M te ■ • % Bell Coanty Democrat |a jiyfc. PuMUkMl Br Demerit PalllsUai Conpaiy- (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pre*., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Seo-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Bntered at the Belton Poctoffice as Sec- ond Claaa Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eada E. R. Everett 3. F. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman a 8. Fisher 3. M. Frailer J. H. Head Thos. W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Montelth 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 Oeo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell Since the election is over it is now time for as to square away and push the fair and live stock exhibit. Where Col. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 July 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT i ' •*01 <S « ! •J •5 : I * 4- * « « « ►2 2 2 5 & • ! ! « « « * «S « ♦2 « >2 % ►2 2 ! ! ! r>ALt s Ctl i □ i n □ 1 V1 ... m Our July Clearing Sale Is a Money-Saver To Our Friends And Customers i Every item bought here represents a substantial saving. The people are not slow in recognizing this^and crowd our house all day long, buyingmany things they will need soon, while there is a saving to them of from 15 to 33^ per cent. We want to start the fall season with a brand new stock in every department, and to do this have made prices that will clean out every item of Summer Goods on hand. FRENCH LAWNS 15c grade, sale price II |-2o 20c ^rade, sale price 160 25c grade, sale price l9o 35c grade, sale price 29o 50c grade, said price 39c MILLINERY A new hat for the rest of the season for a mere song. LACE CURTAINS 50c grade, sale price 42o $1 .00 grade, sate price 79l $1.50 grade, sale price $1.19 $2.00 grade, sale price $1.69 MENS SUITS $12.50 Suit, sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 July 1908

% «k. mmmmummmmmmmmmm* <% *■■- $ THE BKLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT l> I ' Mt n ifr' Iw*'$t if lit# . BOB McARTER and give (he very best eerrice Share, Shampoo, Massage, or Will appreciate your in a Hair JUyftiig f« flu Tomriil Uai. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. Bait Side Square, Belton I laaiwit I* ikt State Co- "•IHltlM lUUtli* «• C««l"- V ilMMn' F**eta«te, Joint Resolution to amend Bectlon 18. Artlcl* 5, of the ConKtltutlon of the State of Tex&a, o urn to provide for subsequent rediitrlctlnf of a county Into coinmi* loners' precincts, defin- ing the manner thereof; for submit- ting same to the electors of the State, and making an appropriation there- SET B« it Resolved by the LegUlature of the Stat* of Texas: Section 1. That Section 18. Article 6, Of the Constitution of the State of Tex- a|L .be amended so as to hereafter read a* follows: Bach organised county In ths State, now or hereafter existing, shall be di- vided from timo to time, for die con- v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 31 July 1908

Tojra State LibrftrjJ -JJ t JjS THE DEMOCRAT Pabllsbes All the News All the Time 50 CENTS THE YEAR. FRIDA Y EDITION BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE _A. WEEK. nt kwcui U Published la tin Matt Deuely r*alateiS«cllM •f the Great Statt «f Ttxas Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 31, «qo8 Number 4 THE DEMOCRAT CONTEST HOW THE VOTE STANDS IN GLASS "A" Miss Maggie Thompson, Belton, Route 3 3900 Miss Norma Blaylock, Salado 1400 Miss Ruth Lynch, Salado 2500 Mtss Essie Forrest, Holland, Route 2 4300 Miss Martha Owens, Belton, RouteS 4100 Miss Pearl Cosper, Youngsport 2000 Miss Annie Nalbert, Belton, Route 3 1700 Miss Fairy Ferguson, Belton, Route 5 1100 Miss Myrtle Stephens, Killeen, Route 4 1200 Miss Lennie Wiseman, Sparta 1400 Miss Mary Lou Powers, Belton, Route 5 1200 Miss Mavoirnee Evans, Heidenheimer, Route 1 6000 HOW THE VOTE STANDS IN CLASS "D" Mrs, Lora Hogan, Salado, Route 1 2400 Mrs, Nora Moore, Holland, Route 5 1600 Mrs, J. T. Huey, Holland, Route 2 2200 Mrs. R. H. Denm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 31 July 1908

THE BELL OOTTWTY DEMOCRAT ~v Bell County Democrat KaUbliahed in 1896. MDiM Br DcMcrat rilllshlag Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres. 1 W. S. Hunter, Vice PreaM C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., 0«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, goc. PER YEAR Batered at the Belton Postoffice as Sec- oad Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin W. S. Hunter Frank Baker J. D. K. C. Clabaugh M. P. McKlhannon T. W. Cochran T. L. Means Oeo. W. Cole, r J. Z. Miller, Sr. T A Cook A. M. Montelth ItS J. Z. Miller, Jr. yf_ P. Denman J. C. 1 reston Coleman Eads S. M. Ray IS. R. Everett J- H. Ree^e J. F. Elliott Hosea Robinson O. M. Felts C. B. Smith RovHammersmith N. K. Smith Dr. C. Freeman M. A. Stamper C. S. Fisher B. R-Stocking J. M. Frazier Tyler J. H. Head Dr. W. A. Wilf Thos. Yarrell son It now develops that Tom Campbell has been re-elected by la majority of something near 100,000. This was not unexpect- ed,although the opposition to him made much no...

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