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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 31 July 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT \y rib AtSii£ia&f i£ii3iagii3ii7i A1S1 i?S ArifciSi A AaSnflb&riRi AAA A A A A A A A A A A A A A AAA A THE LAST CHAHCE To Buy During Our JULY CLEARANCE SALE ! ! 2 >2 >2 >2 >2 2 # 2 ■8 < 2 2 2 2 2 >2 2 2 • >2 >2 >2 2 >2 >2 2 *2 >2 2 >2 >2 >2 2 >2 >2 >2 >2 *2 Saturday Night Ends Come in Saturday Ana Take Advantage of This Sale! The Low Prices That Prevail Buy Your Shoes Now And Save Honey on Them Clothing Cheaper Here Than You Ever Bought It Before. Eagle Shirts—Buy Enough of Them to Do You While v0u Can Get Them at Factory Prices. Hats—-You Need One. The Price Now is Lower Than You Will Ever Get Again. Straw Hats Half Price. Good for 50 rote* in Democrat contest & !« & :« & :« 2 * Come In Saturday—They Will All Be Here ! RAY ®> ELLIOTT'S Department Store Belton, Texas & & & :« & & i< & :<• & * & > & & i« & THE YOfllQ BUSINESS MA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 31 July 1908

111 H f V.I THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT BOB McARTER Will appreciate yonr patronage and give the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Aaytkiag i* The Toasarial Line. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. East Side Square, Belton rt* CMd Aantanl to tk* Stale C - atttatloa Rrlatlnc to (oiumU- Blunrrn' Joint Resolution to amend Section 18, Article 5. of the CoiiHtitution ot the State of Texan, 80 us to provide for subsequent redlstrlctln^ of a county Into commissioners" precincts, delln- Ing the manner thereof; for submit- ting sunie to the electors of the State, and making an appropriation there- for. Be It Resolved by the Legtalature of the State of Texas: Section 1. Tlmt Section 18, Article 5, Of the Constitution of the Slate of Tex- as, be amended au as to hereafter read M follows: Bach organise*! county In the State, now or hereafter existing, shall be ui- vlded from time to time, for the con- venience of the people, Into Justice precincts, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 4 August 1908

THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the New* All the Tiae 50 CENTS THE YEAR. Volume XIII. St.lt ^ TUESDA Y EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHH3XD TWICE -A. WEEK. IK MMCMT Is PaMlsfeei la the Meet Deasely Pepalatei Sectlea ef the Oreat State e( Texas BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, iqo8 BELL COUNTY GIRLS eras £ £ ! •5 >2 >2 2 * >2 * «5 •2 >2 >2 ►2 aX >2 2 >2 >2 ►2 £ ►2 2 « «2 >2 2 >2 >2 >2 >2 >2 >2 2 *2 >2 "2 >2 <2 The Bell County Democrat is a public institution and has a real and direct interest in the welfare of the people, and particu- larly in those of Bell County. It is a paper well worth the price of subscription, and it is the desire of the management that the paper visit every home in the county. A very large per cent of the people are already receiving it but we want them all to read the Democrat. In order to accomplish this end we make a most liberal offer to the girls and matrons of the county to help us. In- stead of paying ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 4 August 1908

jwrtaP' mm % ww THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT RSffi- BBS 111 I ' Bell County Democrat Eata'blUhed in iSfl Published Br Demerit Mitell* Company. (Inoorpor ted) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray. Pre#., W. S. Hunter, Vloe Pre*., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Bntered at the Belton Poatoffice ha Bec- oad Claaa Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Auattn Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtl W. P. Denman Coleman Eada K. R. Everatt J. F. Elliott G. M. Felta _ , Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman d S. Flaher J. M. Frailer J. H. Head Tho*. 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 Bell County Democrats Assemble in Convention. s#s Many people mistake contrari- ness for stability. Two more ye...

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

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT 2 I « ===== 1 #- 4 : i :- ►2 < « « « •5 AUGUST WE ARE NOW PREPARING FOR EVERYTHING IN SLMHER GOODS FALL BUSINESS MUST BE SOLD ! P- To Hake room. You have nearly three months to use them and it is economy to buy much that can be used next spring while they are going at such a sacrifice. DRESS GOODS Light Hair Line Checks and stripes in La- dies' Wool Dress Goods, very popular now, value 50 and 65c, now 39e CORSET WAISTS A lot of 8 cozen Corset Waists, value 50c and 75c, now 25e DRESS GOODS All 15c figured Lawns now I0e All 20c Figured Lawns and Tissues !5o All 20 and 25c Mercerized Ginghams ... 150 Lodies' Lace Hose, 50c grade 39e CLOTHING $15.00 Suits now $||.25 $20.00 Suils now SI4a9t $55. Suits now $I8i75 * COME TO THIS AUGUST SALE ! MILLINERY—All Ready-to-Wear Hats Half Price Men's Straw Hats NewgHalf Price I «5 jgBigBflgBDgBagBqpigBBgBigBDgBsgsigaBgBigpBgB^BagBigBigBDgB WW*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#9#*# WW*#**** W>#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#WW*#W*#W RAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 4 August 1908

't • - «-*v- THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Wi ! Aji i %fl%v L EL p., ■" I I i ■ K':" I •• J- K '■ ■m fc<. I i if". mm: R ■ ft- McARTER Will Appreciate your patronage and give the very best service In a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Jlaytfeiag ia Th Tutorial Liaa. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. Hast Side Square, Belton Theo. Wilkerson of Holland was up yesterday with the First Monday crowd. ^ 1 * Ned Pendleton of Temple is the guest of Edgar Monteith. B. P. Gotcher the well known farmer residing near Holland was on the streets Monday. Clay Damron, the mountain cedar post man of Sparta was in the city yesterday. 'rof. J. B. Chaffin of Little jver, a teacher in the academy ■e was on the streets yester- m oJW " 5T I# r Feed Wellhausen made a busi ness trip to Kflleen Monday. j*. t :— JP. L. Ellis if down from Mc- Gregor SDending the week with his family. - * ^om Theis, one of Holland's hUstling dry goods men was in #^wn Monday. tJncle John Dulaney, the s...

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

•Ikj o * s rexis state Lihvf - ' FRlDA Y EDITION lie icMIrat NMMm Ml HwNtwi AN the Tim 50 cents the year. FTJBXilSHE33D TWICE -A. &t 4jiUk.*tkWJK'+mm- t * "t V J firMcuT Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUQUST 7, 1908 Number 6 THE DEMOCRAT CONTEST HOW THE VOTE STAHDS IH CLASS "A" Miss Maggie Thompson, Bolton, Route 3 6900 Miss Norma Blaylock, Salado 1600 Miss Ruth Lynch, Salado 0900 Mtss Essie Forrest, Holland, Route 2 6600 Miss Martha Owens, Bolton, Route 5 6050 Miss Pearl Cosper, Youngsport ... 2SOO Miss Annie Haibert, Belton, Route 3 50S0 Miss Fairy Ferguson, Belton, Route 5 1500 Miss Myrtle Stephens, Killfen, Route 4 1200 Miss Lennie Wiseman, Sparta . .. 1800 Miss Mary Lou Powers, Belton, Route 5 1400 Miss Mavoirnee Evans, Heidenheimer, Route 1 ...6200 HOW THE VOTE STAHDS IH CUSS "B" Mrs. Lora Hogan, Salado, Route 1 9659 Mrs. Rora Moore, Holland, Route 5 3800 Mrs. J. T. Huey, Holland, Route 2 3550 Mrs. R. H. Benman, Belton, Route 4 11500 Mrs. Joe Goode, Temple, Route 6 5^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 7 August 1908

ikibjvi. i' "•f SSMfewi^? ft: m II Pfe- Itfe?' '■ IP' •' ■ ' I I J 1 TO"-! fe >' w&k: _T • • H&& si®g ll T..jPP §f$f: fiCS HBHill ■y>- Bm Bell County Democrat MabMdMdiaiatft. Pt DMMcrat raMKMai Crapsy. (Incorporated) « DIRECTORS: S. M. R y, Pre*., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, «©c. PER YBAR Batered at the Belton Postoffice a* Sec- old Claw Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holder t. F. K. Austin W. S. Hunter Fr nk Baker E. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, r T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Dehman Coleman Eada S. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felta Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Trailer J. H. Head 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 Dr. W. A Tyler . Wlli son Thos. Yarrell Mr. Wu intends to live long enough t...

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

n.. ■ jAJtasBMiM • mfr ■§ W* |fejf |Lif~!- eK53r v,-, . . THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT _ 11 Q ►2 < : « « * « 2 * * * € I 4 i ►3 ►2 « >: : «s ♦2 RAY ELLIOTTS AUGUST Now is The Time to Save Honey on Many Things You Need and Will Have to Have Very Soon. Our Entire Stock Wool Dress Goods at The Following Prices For August Clearing 50c grade 39c, $1.00 grade 82c, $1.50 grade 1.19,. 75c grade 03, $1.25 grade 98c BEST STAHDARD CALICO Sold by everybody at •$£ and 7e per yard; you buy it hero lor 20 yarda for $1.00 The Beet 15o Figured Lawna row 10c per yard, RIBBONS 4 Big Lot of Odde and Ende, value" lOe, 15c and 20c, August Sale price for the lot 10c a yard. WHITE IHBIA LIKEN August Sale prices lOo grade 7}£c; 15c grade lie, 20o grade 15c; 15c grade 19e. A GREAT BARGAIN! All our Mercerized Ginghams, 20 and 25e grades, Auguat Sale prtee 15c a yard. BLACK CAT NOSE Just arrived, 500 dozen of those celebrated Stock- ings for ladies, girls ano boys. You all know them, the best on earth. Suppl...

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

Pi £:X$m *> f. -ft -. .,%_ ; j/ s se*?*iw«V- v. 9mwv r% " ■', " > #-' -i v.: THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT fc' I I? BAYLOR Belton COLLEGE - Texas Committed to the separate education of young women. Oldest, largest and best equipped col- let in the south. 482 young ladies enrolled last year. Over $60,000 spent that year in new build- ings and improvements. College property estimated at $250,000. About twenty-five acres recently purchased and added to the college campus, making about 45 acres in all. Four new teachers added tof Acuity for the coming session. Sixty-fourth session opens September 1st, 1908. Send for catalog and further information to W. A. WILSON, D. D., Pres. Monger Martin of Temple is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Elmora Hendrix of Rog ers is here visiting Miss Bessie Clark. m MarkWhitmire of the Nolan Nalley, was in town on business Tuesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hodge of Prairie Dell were in town shop- ping Tuesday. > Hooper Cook and wife of Prai- rie Del...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 August 1908

—Trr «MW V\ ! / <# # IMS To*as State Librgrjj Jgff ■sm TM DEMOCRAT PHhlldMi All tie Newt All the Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELLI TUESDAY EDITION DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE .A. WEEK tm jfHirilT It www la mm mm BMMty niMlatMl SaCtfM •f tfee ttreat Stmt af Tern r&zmm •' Pt « || Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST u, iqo8 Number 7 >2 ►I 2 ►1 ►2 >2 2 >2 2 >2 >2 >2 2 •5 >2 BELL COUNTY GIRLS The Bell County Democrat is a public institution and has a real and direct interest in the welfare of the people, and particu- larly in those of Bell County. It is a paper well worth the price of subscription, and it is the desire of the management that the paper visit every home in the county. A very large per cent of the people are already receiving it but we want them all to read the Democrat. In order to accomplish this end we make a most liberal offer to the girls and matrons of the county to help us. In- stead of paying agents to travel over the county to solicit s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 August 1908

, . • eWW8ff Jii ■ ■■■ • i E&& -tsi) • lap :.Sd .„ ¥r . . $? ?& I ; I L I - fdjt ■ ' jaEsfe , ■ Pill Egs •v jv1 Mm Bell Comity Democrat Established in it|i riium ir •HMcrat rifetlshlii CMipaay. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. R y, Pre.., W Pres., C. B. — Geo. W. Tyler, T. S. Hunter, Vice Sec-Treas., . Cochran. W. *. WOODALL, Mauser. ftUBSCRIPTION, goc. PBRYBAR Bate red at the Belton Postoffice a* Sec- oad Class Mail Hatter. Deaecrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Q«>. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eada K. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Pelts RojHanuneramlth Dr. C. Freeman C. 8. 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. 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 SHE . jra^JSS I 'f f \,l «,S* 1 That Text Book Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 August 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT • t I # ri&ribriferih A&rife i£ia3ii8iiSia&iigf ?« ITII&I ISRRSriSIISI AM A ArifinMftrifeM ^id&dSii8i Arife ^^^^SiigSi^SitfBirfSirfSitfSitfii^8ii^Sirt8i^iJhdiliJhJfc#i#i#iJfc AUGUST SALE BARGAINS! « « ! ►: * i 2 <S I "5 « ►: * 4 * 2 MEN'S CLOTHING $12.50 Suits row $15.00 Suib now $20.00 Suib now $9.38 11.25 14.90 STRAW HATS For Mob M Boys. All Row Holt Price Straw LAWNS 15o Figured Lawns - lOe 20 and 25c Figured Lawns 15c 20 and 25c Mercerized Gingham 15c NEW GOODS Hew Shoes; New Blaek Cat Hate Excellent Goods LADIES' HATS Pattern Hats from $5.00 to $10.00, August Sale - $3.00 One Lot Ribbons, all shades, value from 10c to 20c; August Sale 10c per yard. $1.50 and $20.00 Hats for Boys and Hen New Calico for 5c per yard New Skirting 10c a yard, the kind you pay 121 and 15c for. REMNANTS Hundreds of Hem in every lino ut a Bargain RAY <& ELLIOTT'S Department Store Belton, Texas |J B^l^l^tgOOgOSgSlgSlgOOgBOgOlgBOgll^lOgSBglOgBOgSOgSB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 August 1908

r vC. p ■■ ■■ THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT |gv W> BAYLOR Belton COLLEGE - Texas f Committed to the separate education of young women. Oldest, largest and best equipped col- lege in tfie south. 482 young ladies enrolled last year. Over $00,000 spent that year in new build- ftBgs and improvements. College property estimated afe $250,000. About twenty-five acres recently Purchased and added to the college campus, making about 45 acres in all. Four new teachers added faculty for the coming session. Sixty-fourth session opens September 1st, 1908. Send for iatalog and further information to TIm HuMfCbf Tltt Ualoekt. The door that leads to success is business education. Success is achieved by the one who sees clearly the go^l of his object and goes straight to it. Young man, there is only one straight road to success, and that road is ability. Ability has never yet lacked op- portunity, neither has it remained undiscovered. A great many business men are anxious to se- cure the services of a...

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

State Libt&rjf mm # o h THE KMOCRAT Publishes All the Ntws All the Urn 50 CENTS THE YEAR. FRIDAY EDITION BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE -A. WEEK. >U ,'*310 J Si .a T* MMOCIAT |{Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, PRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1908 Number 8 BELL COUNTY GIRLS The Bell County Democrat is a public institution and has a real and direct interest in the welfare of the people, and particu- larly in those of Bell County. It is a paper well worth the price of subscription, and it is the desire of the management that the paper visit every home in the county. A very large per cent of the people are already receiving it but wo want them all to read the Democrat In order to accomplish this end we make a most liberal offer to the girls and matrons of the county to help us. In- jjjj stead of paying agents to travel over the county to solicit subscrip- f tions we are going to give tbe amount of this expense to the girls ^ of the county, so we have arranged the following prizes: ft ft ft ...

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

" tm£ r-':WW. BP Wi '4U iN|| 4PF If J ■•• i THE BELL OOTTNTY DEMOCRAT SI HS SIR: r: ■ * - pfl Rl m ttiW; 1%'f as ! i Bell Comity Democra TTrtrViitiT-1 ia iM. •r Demerit PaMlsfclaf C—puy (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B Geo. W. Trier, T. Sec-Treas., Cochran. W. M. WOOD ALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 5«C PER YBAR Entered at the Belton Poitoffice as Sec oad Class Mail Matter. DoMcrat Stock Holders. 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 8. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hose* Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell F. K. Austin Frank Baker B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis w. P. Denman Coleman Eads K. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Roy Hammertmi th Dr. C. Freeman G. S. Fisher J. £ Frailer J. H. Head Thos. By Way of SaoMtki. The membership committee from the commercial club which bas ...

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

THE nwtJ. nOTTNTY DEMOCRAT « ►I ►: • : 4 * AUGUST SALE BARGAINS! « : * * * «s « « MEN'S CLOTHING $12.50 Suits now $9.38 $15.00 Suits now 11.25 $20.00 Suits now 14.98 LAWNS ♦ 15c Figured Lawns - 10c 20 and 25c Figured Lawns 15c 20 and 25c Mercerized 6ingham15c LADIES' HATS Pattern Hats from $5.00 to $10.00, August Sole - $3.00 RIBBONS One Lot Ribbons, all shades, valno from 10c to 20c; August Sale 10c per yard. STRAW HATS Fer Mm Aid Boys. All Straw Hew Halt Price NEW GOODS Hew Shoes; lew Black Cat lace Excellent Goods NEW GOODS $1.50 and $20.00 Hats for Boys and Ren New Calico for 5c per yard New Skirting 10c a yard, the kind you pay 12) and 15c for. REMNANTS Hundreds of them in every line ot a Bargain RAY ®> ELLIOTT'S <• 2 Department Store ogBagngBo^BogfligB ^pqpigB^iqp^Bagi^iqpf&> Belton, Texas 3 nlllTTTnTpi ■wnlnTWIMP 3 The Largest Railway Company In this country has recently borrowed fifty million dollars on its bonds from the people of Prance. This is remarkable, ow...

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

SWTS. m m t 4H •'« if,, ■ <0 liE' ■ ■ n i 9 m> BE*-.' 1 •' ISgfe, THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT f & COLLEGE Belton - Texas £ Committed to the separate education of young women. Oldest, largest and best equipped col- sln the south. 482 young ladies enrolled last year. Over $00,000 spent that year in new build- Ja an<i improvements. College property estipMrted at $250,000. About twenty-flve-acres recently purchased and added to the college campus, making about 45 acres in all.Four new teachers added 1)^1 faculty for the coming session. Sixty-fourth session opens September let, 1908. Send for catalog and further information to W. A. WIL50N, D. D., Pres. t Belton Cottoa Market. During the present week quite a good deal of cotton has been coming into town, both new and old. There does not seem to be a disposition to bold cotton this year as was the case this time last year. In fact, as fast as cotton is out and ginned it is brought in and sold. Receipts up to the present have bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 August 1908

Sflfie«ifc. ' V O re ■nK THE DEMOCRAT PtbUakM All tke New* AlltfcaTtaw 50 CENTS THE YEAR. Volume XIII. KIDNAPPED THE MAN Sherman, Te*., Aug 22.—Those In and about the Grayson county court house yesterday afternoon shortly af ter 5 o'clock were treated to one of the most exciting episodes In the his- tory of the county. From 1:30 to tbe hour named C H. Doyle, charged with committing forgery and passing for- ged instruments, was before the fif- teenth district court on a habeas cor- pus hearing. J. C. Annis of the Pat- ton hotel of Chattanooga, Tenn., who came to Texas for Doyle, Identifying him as the man who passed a bogus check on him and bearing extradi- tion papers from the governor of Ten- nessee, which had been honored by Governor Campbell of Texas, was making an effort to have the prison- er turned over to him. The attorneys tor Doyle were putting up a tremen- duous fight to keep Doyle here but on motion of the county attorney of Grayson county the cases against him here were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 August 1908

nriB'. '■*. * •' £ pi -f pfS s$jK3^. . fMpSfl ■ ^fp |S§ ' w_:/ sgSfefe' ^1§ Hi llSr ik' : * Kf!i ii &>-.*- ■U".«', S®?;i «S H lliiH *§§&£, mW' ' ■; *&•;■■*. IP IP ®its * ••■'' Bell County Democrat KaUbliahcd la 1896. Ptifcllabe4 Br ieaicrtt PiMlshlig Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treaa., Geo. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Miuitr. SUBSCRIPTION. 50c. PER YBAR Entered at the Belton Postoffice as Bee- old Class Mat! Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. K. Austin W. S. Hunter r Frank Baker B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Q«o. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felta Roy Hammersmith Or. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thos. Yarrell 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 Geo. W. T...

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