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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY «, THE BELL OOUNT? DEMOCRAT I ESBBKE2]DQSB«nnuBaBaaiiKHBnjaK. AFTER. INVENTORY SALE ! We have finished our Annual Inventory of stock and find that we have more winter goods left than we are willing to carry over. We also have rnanv Odds and Ends that are perfectly good merchandise, but the room they occupy is needed for Spring Goods. We have therefore decided to continue our Clearance Sale on all Winter Goods Overcoats, Ladies' Cloaks, Children's Cloaks, Ladies' Heavy Woolen Dress Goods, Outings, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Ladies' and Children's Heavy Underwear, Overshirts and Sweaters ■ ■■ .i Also Hundreds of Remnants that are marked at about Half Price WE ARE SELLING ALL READY TRIMMED HILLINERY AT HALF PRICE \ We still have a few of our Prettiest and Tastiest Hats that you can wear three months yet and you can afford to have another new hat at the prices they are selling at in this sale. ii i r,| i ; Il: t ' if I naa All Wool New Spring Dress Goods New White ...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

• ■ * •• 1 m II- n iirfe t '' '• fc- ■ -V -iP * * Ifi- w I« ffi Si i n if#®. gMwflSa ftill && # • Stf.VJr-U v&; V/Y '. v' W, '{ " W&M-V* ?«•*SiS: -f •*,*• <*••••' y. ; i ■8&" ' I#-' I mm. - f'..- 't/Sr^f. WHY IS ^TTOM^^LCOUg^DEMOCR^ Thursday, February *. 1908 That each month in all the best homes in this country, on the library table, and in every club reading room, you find the METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE It is because it keeps you in touch with those great public and human movements on which the American family depends. It is because its stories are the best published anywhere. It is because its illustrations in color, and black and white, set the standard. It is because its articles are the most vital and interesting. It is because there is something in each copy for every member of every American family. A YEAR'S FEAST 1800 Beautiful Illustrations. 1560 Pages of Reading Matter. 85 Complete Stories. 75 Good Poems. 50 Timely and Important Articles. 1000 Paragraphs...

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

k FfiBRUARY 6. 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT L XT f v; OPULAR VOTING CONTEST Rules and Regulations and General Information of The Democrat's Contest ■•bath Supt- Irhiriff p. m. «>:;{() «ila v ll.l.iith |ind< r, ■lrsil;i v 'it! tl TERMS AND CONDITIONS. ■)1. Any young lady or girl over ten years of age (white 01 course) may be nominated by any friend or friends as a candidate to receive any one of the gifts. "Such nomina- tion MUST be by the knowledge and consent of the lady nominated. 2. All who pay for one year's subscription to The Democrat (50 cents) will be entitled to cast one hundred votes for the candidate of his or her choice. This applies to renewals or new subscribers alike. 3. The nominee receiving the highest number of votes will receive the piano, gift No. 1, th second highest gets gift No. 2, and so on to the end. 4. Votes for any nominee must be cast and recorded with agents or handed in to The Democrat office; they can not be recalled, cancelled or cast for anot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 February 1908

FfW: \ % -• vm BL. Iwlli fmA No class of (NiiiiwM wqiHiti careful attention, or Inefeta upon rigid rules than that of Banking. • It has always been our earnest endeavor io conform to these requirements. THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK UKHUTT IEXT T THE ttiw J. COUNTY DEMOCRAT ■Notation of Respect. To the High Priest and Compan- ions of Sal&do chapter, R. A. M: Your committee offers the fol- lowing resolution: Companion J. D. Law was made a Royal Arch Mason in January, 1891. He served as Royal Arch Captain, Scribe, and King, and for several years presided as High Priest. At the same time filled similar positions in the council of Royal and Select Mas- ters. He made no outward show of his preferment, but was ever ready to pat his hand to the back of a fallen brother and assist in his reformation. / On any occasion he woulo sac1 rifice his own time and pleasure fcr he was bound to his brethren by a fraternal bord which could ' not be broken.<\* He dicl not herald the beauties of Masonr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

r THE DEMOCRAT Publisher All Hie Newt All the Time 50 CENTS THE YEAR. Volume XII. Texas State Library ,5 A - ■ 7 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. •POR. TUB OKBATR8T UOOD TO THE 0RBATB5T NUAIBP.lt.- BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1908 Number 30 rW$ l* r«bi d the firset State ef Thi ':;3| "'Ik , SM BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. ♦ lion igW ( CITY t fiHfc At«> writhiS Bnter 9m T * ITIMTI 7 NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat wiU 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. Brookhaven Dots. This week opened up with dull disagreeable weather but behind the darkest cloud is always a ray of sunlight that has at last driven the clouds away. Monroe Curry of Killeen is paint- ing and ceiling Joe Curry's house this week. Quite a joke was played on some one last Friday night. Ask Roy what it was. Glad to report Russell Carter able to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

,' ;~£! iS f >v-; ;«*9, « "V '*" ."•■;• .1 *3r HI #' jr\ I -iiifazm. % „ W: ix V- & ;Jss TH.K HELL ('(H'NTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1908 I Have a Fresh Supply of TELMO, LONG AND HIENZ Pure Fruit Preserves and Jans la Slats and Tina at 30c to 50c They Are Excellent. Try Them. FRANK K. AUSTIN ^ Official Directory. REi°™ SS1SS ! is her wont and makes men mad." j Honest Jack Faistaff declares OF WINTER MOON.«« STATE OFFICERS. Thomas M. Campbell—Governor. A. B. Davidson—Lieutenant Gov- ernor. L. T. Dashiell—Secretary of State. John W. Stephens—Comptroller. Sam Sparks—Treasurer. J. J. Terrell—Land Commission- er. R. V. Davidson—Attorney Gen- eral. B. Cousins—Superintendent of 'ublic Instruction. W. J. McDonald—Revenue Agt. J. Newton—Adjutant General. Allison Mayfield, L. J. Story, 0. 3. Colquit—Railroad Commission- ers. J. C. PRESTON, AGENT REAL ESTATE IMPROVED FAKMS FOR ON EASY PAYMENTS SALE) Vendor Lien Notes Bought and Sold INTEREST PAID helton. MUKO STAND, OFFICE OVER S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

• « THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT MAAMMNWWWWW WWWWMYMVMVWW Clough £ Warren The Best $350.00 PIANO on Earth; Guaranteed by M. F. HIATT & SON 'BEN-HDR* In *4 C I Is the instrument selected to be given to the young lady who wins in our Piano Contest. The piano is on exhibition at the music house of M. F. Hiatt & Son, Belton, Texas, and the young ladies who are interested may call there and see the piano and test it at any time that suits their convenience. flESSRS. HIATT & SON GUARANTEE THIS INSTRUJTENT To Be THE BEST FOR THE MONEY To Be Had Anywhere. ~Pmm Waco for Three Days Beginning Thursday Evening Feb. 20. The indentation of "Ben-Hur" j in Waco 011 .Feb. 20-21-22 a special! matinee performance < >11 Washing- ton's Birthday, Feb. l'_' is the topic of the hour in thi* vicinity | and many of our most prominent citizens have signified their in- tention of attending. "Ben-Hur" with its lustrous Star of Bethlehem, its camels, j Arabian steeds, Or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

i m if w& - THE BHLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. >9o8 Bell County Democrat Established in 1896. Published By Dement PiblisMis Ctmpa*y. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: / S. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treeas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, MMMIW. SUBfCRIPTION, goc. «B YEAR Entered at the Belton Postoffice m Sec oad ClaM Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holders. P. K. Austin Prank 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. P. Elliott G. M. Felts RoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier Lewis Hatcher J. H. Head Thos. W. 8. 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 Yarrell Mr. Candidate for the legisla- ture, how man...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY la, THE HELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT 1 O 0 * -Ji. w" a*-""**" 2I« «5? « *fr W 2I« PRING GOODS We Are Showing a Beautiful New Line of Spring Goods and Ask the Ladies Who Read The Democrat to Come in and See Them. % raan! asamm em 55 : ass mcam i 0 0 0 0 0 0 !!> 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 :* & & 0 & & :* flSS> *:« ^c%i!iS.AaR9iA.a9Sa>R.AiR«iK«aa New White Corded Lawns The Popular Thing For I his Season Mew White Waistings ioc to 50c a Yard. New India Linens 10c up New Embroideries New Wool Dress Goods Spring Weights and Spring Colors. New Mercerized Ginghams For Waists and Jumper Suits. New Ginghams For School Dresses New Suitings 36 Inches Wide—Price 15c per Yard BIG CUT PRICES ON All Winter Clothing Underwear, Ladies' Winter Vests Blankets and Comforts. BEST $1.00 BROADCLOTH NOW 75c A YARD Our New Spring Shoes LADIES AND GENTS' LOW CUTS In Tans, Brown and Black Vici and Patent Kids are here. They Are Beauties. COHE AND SEE THEM Kin Now Persian Lawns i2^c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

■ar- TKt WSIU THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT C / IN THE FOG BY Richard Harding Davis. COPYRIGHT, 1901. BY ROBERT HOWARD RUSSELL. CHAPTER L I HE Grill is the club most difficult of access in the world. To bo placed on its rolls distinguishes the new member as greatly as though he had received a vacant Garter or had been caricatured in "Vanity Fair." Men who belong to tho Grill Club never men- tion that fact. If you were to ask one of them which clubs ho frequents, he will name all save that 'particular one. Ho is afraid if he told you he belonged to tho Grill, that it would sound like boasting. The Grill Club dates back to the days when Shakespeare's Thea- tre stood on the present sito of the "Times" office. It has a golden Grill which Charloa tho Second presented to the Club, and the origi- nal manuscript of "Tom and Jerry in London," which was bequeathed to it by Pierce Egan himself. The members, when they write letters at tho Club, still uso sand to blot the ink. The Grill enjoys the di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

ThUWSllAV, FEBRUARY la, 1908 THE BELL COUNT'. ' ! '•!< * IJAT <T* 1 I >9 0 it •a /a POPULAR VOTING CONTEST Rules and Regulations and General Information of The Democrat's Contest TERMS AND CONDITIONS. 1. Any young lady or girl over ten years of age (white of course) may be nominated by any friend c friends as a candidate to receive any one of the gifts. Si:<-Vi nomina- tion MUST be by the knowledge and consent of the lady nominated. 2. All who pay for one year's subscription to The Democrat (50 cents) will be entitled to ca^r hundred votes for the candidate of his or her choice. This applies to renewals or new subscribers alike. 3. The nominee receiving the highest number of votes will receive the piano, gift No. 1, th second highest gets gift No. 2, and so on to the end. 4. Votes for any nominee must be cast and recorded with agents or handed in to The Democrat office: they can not be recalled, cancelled or cast for another The pub- lishers are not to divulge who any on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 February 1908

yr IPr ■ Bjf. / THE BELTOH NATIONAL BANK / dives Careful Attention to All Business Committed to Its Charge. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE taawwaaswBBaws J. H. Mayfield of Holland had business at the county seat Fri- day. . ' F. M. Todd of Haskell was among the visitors in Belton last week. A. F. Middleton and Dr. Davis were among the visitors in Bel- ton Friday. Sam Barton of Holland was among the visitors to the city one day last week. Mrs. John D. Robinson return- ed last week from a visit to rela- tives in south Texas. Robert Atkins, ex-sheriff of Mills county had business among the Belton people Saturday. Wanted:—5 cars EAR CORN at 75 cents per hundred lbs. Smith & Peyton Hdw. Co. Tom Sawyer of Maxdale had business in town one day recent- ly and renewed his subscription. N. L. Shanklin, one of Salado's good citizens, was among the visitors in Belton one day last week. Editor May hall of the Holland Progress was in this city Satur- day shaking hands with his many friends. Hon. W. W. Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

1 THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the News All the Tine 50 CENTS THE YEAR. Volume XII. as SKuc Lihrajjr/ T'Xeig THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. -PUIt , TUB ORBATBST GOOD TO TUB GREATEST NUMBblt- Is PNMisM hi Mw Mwt limly Pipilitii SmUm ef the fireat State af Texas BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1908 Number 31 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. f NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-The Democrat will re- quest that you send in your itgms 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. Wiltonville News. We are blessed with warm sun shiny weather one more time. It looked like we were not going to have any more clear weather last week. Health in the community is bet- ter than it was last week. Mr. Alvie Holcomb and brother have the mumps now. Mr. Jesse Fulwiler and Miss Kat- ie Alexander both of this communi- ty were married in Lampasas Feb. 2. We wish them a long and hap- py life. They wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

x- J J THE BFJ.L BOUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ao, 1908 I Have a Fresh Supply of TELMO, LONG AND HIENZ Pure Fruit Preserves and Jams In Glass and Tins at 30c to 50c They Are Excellent. Try Them. FRANK K. AUSTIN J. C. PRESTON, AGENT REAL ESTATE IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS Vendor Lien Notes Bought and Sold INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OFFICE OVER SAFLEY BROS., NIURO STAND, BELTON. e*.•e^•• • ••• Official Directory. STATE OFFICERS. Thomas M. Campbell—Governoi. A. B. Davidson—Lieutenant Gov- ernor. L. T. Dashiell—Secretary of State. John W. Stephens—Comptroller. Sam Sparks—Treasurer. J. J. Terrell—Land Commission- er. R. V. Davidson—Attorney Gen- eral. . B. Cousins—Superintendent of Public Instruction. W. J. McDonald—Revenue Agt. J. Newton—Adjutant General. Allison Mayfield, L. J. Story, 0. B. Colquit—Railroad Commission- ers. United States Senators. C. A. Culberson. Joseph W. Bailey. BURN EUPION OIL If you use coal oil, buy the best. The genuine Eupion oil is recogn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

> A 9 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ao, 1908 THE HFJiL COUNTY DKMOCRAT Clough £ Warren The Best $350.00 PIANO on Earth; Guaranteed by M. F. HIATT & SON 5=, M Is the instrument selected to be given to the young lady who wins in our Piano Contest. The piano is on exhibition at the music house of M. F. Hiatt & Son, Belton, Texas, and the young ladies who are interested may call there and see the piano and test it at any time that suits their convenience. riESSRS. HIATT & SON GUARANTEE THIS INSTRUiTENT To Be THE BEST FOR THE MONEY To Be Had Anywhere. Split Log Drag Proves a Success. (Milam County Enterprise.) Commissioner Ross has given the split log drag a fair test to about two miles of road in the county and on Saturday he made a test on the streets of Cameron and so satisfac- tory was the work to the members of the city council that they have decided to purchase one of the split log dargs for use in the city. They fill all ruts and holes as nice- ly as if done by hand and they a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

m TMJMBAY, FEBRUARY M, 1908 r.' . iv?.;v star. HS* r- r ; It. Ifc ■ M P *: * ' ■raB-jst" BpeigM.'S^•• -r IBslf: v ■ -y Bell Connty Democrat SaubUshed is 1896. PublliM By Demerit ftMlsMii Cwpny (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treeas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, (PC. Pfi YEAR Entered at the Belton Poatoffice u Sec oad Cliu Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Behon Democrat Stock Holder*. F. 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 RoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier Lewis Hatcher J. H. Head Thos. W. 8. 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 Yarrell Col. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

o Q THURSDAY, FfiMtUAtY ao, 19*8 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT s ►II" & 0 ►2* «* o ® & & & & «* * n« n« « @ 2> © © © ASBi NEW. CLEAN. CRISP SPRING GOODS Fresh From The Loom—Prices as Low as You Ever Bought Them. The New Things in This Season's White Goods- Just Received! They Are Perfection Suesine Silks for Evening Wear. New Wool Dress Goods in the Newest Fabrics and New Spring Shades. « © © © © «* S* ►::« s* |s> & ►2* :& «:« NEW ART LINEN5 Handkerchief Linens, New Waistings, New White Lawns, Figured Lawns, Paris Lawns, Persian Lawns, Colored Linen Suiting, Fancy Cotton Suiting. NEW CORSETS The Royil Worcester—A shape for every form; the best fitting, most comfortable and best wearing corset made in America. NEW SPRING TIES—FOR GOOD DRESSERS NEW SHOES Beautiful Low Cuts and Oxfords, in brown, tan and black, for ladies. See Our Show Window NEW LADIES' SKIRTS Perfection in Fit, Make and Design, just the skirts worn in New York City today; you don't find t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

-V I n [ • £$t! 'h THE BELL fiOTTKTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY SO, 1908 IN THE FOG BY Richard Harding Davis. COPYRIGHT. 1901. BY ROBERT HOWARD RUSSELL it, partly open. I went up the path, and, after much fumbling, found j with his head resting against a cushion. "7IU attitude was one of com- the knob of the door-bell and gave it a sharp pull. The bell answered plete ease. But his mouth had fallen open, and his eves were sot with me from a great depth and distance, but no movement followed from an expression of utter horror. At tho first glance I 6aw that he was inside the house, and although I pulled the bell again and again 1 quite dead. could hear nothing save the dripping of the mist about me. I was j <(por a tinie j was t00 startled to net, but in the same Hash anxious to be on my way, but unless I knew where I was going there j j was convincoJ that the man had met his death from no accident, that was little chance of my making any speed, and I was determined that j jje jia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ao, 1908 'pup 1 1 f 1 \i r\; 2 < ! £ JENNINGS & COi B. F. YoaKum's li « « 1 • S ■is 'S |:k IS l.v lie live I's: ►1 2 ►2 <2 « ►2 ►2 « « ►2 SUCCESSORS TO FE06US0N BROS. PURE FOOD GROCERS The business will be conducfed under the personal management ot Mr. I. J. Jennings, which is assurance that nothing but the very best will be kept in stock TRY US THIS HONTH 3 !« S> 5= & S •:« * • « S I l.v ice t.y, lar ice Lrs, «s COI will I I to llil\ Cant Be Beat Lon<^ experience and fidelity to my customers have given me supremacy in the East St reet market. It is with the utmest care that T select the the animals for my market. You may find at all times all til3 good things usually kept in a first class market and I you call around and see my meats WALTER WILSON fcAST STREET MARKET. Sensational Address Yoakum is for Texas. |to be constructed and the other im- Ft. Worth, Tex., Feb. 15.—B. F. provements and new industries Yoakum, chairman of the executive whic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 February 1908

/ w rJSJK^i $M ,-' ' 'if " . ■ ; i I SSeK:' ■ % -. .* ■* H m ■;.• £& w$m- ■ Tic BiRm Bnkt Will Observe SATIRBAY, FEBRUARY 22nd WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY A Legal Holiday THE NEW CASH 6R0CERYMEN Roberson & Bangle / We have recently bought the bankrupt stock Df Lewis Hatcher & Co., and have added all necessa-w goods to make it one of the most complete grocery houses in Helton. Some big bargains will be offered as we will close out all the Hatcher goods. Call and see us—it will be to your interest. ROBERSON & BANGLE Old Hatcher Stand Northwest Corner Square Unappropriated School Fund. J. R. Cooper of Wilkinson Val- ley was in the city one day last week conferring with the Commis- sioners' Court in the interest of the school in his neighborhaad. The school in Wilkinson Valley seems to be in a district made by throw- ing the old districts of Wilkinson Valley, Verona and Keys Valley together, and in making the new district there were school funds left out from two of the old di...

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