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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 August 1908

y -1S_ l?gglwilyf THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT itfk At&i A V^ WSfciSRi •% AA « 4 1 < : « ►2 < « * * « <1 2 S « * AUGUST SALE BARGAINS! 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 10o 20 and 25c Figured Lawns 15c 20 and 25c Mercerized Gingham 15c LADIES' HATS Pattern Hats from $5.00 to $10.00, August Sale - $3.00 ✓ RIBBONS 0m Lot Ribbons, all shales, valae from 10c ta 20c; Aigiit Sala 10a per yard. STRAW HATS For Men And Boys. All Straw How Halt Price * MClAf fiAAIIC NEW GOODS Hew Shoes; Hew Blaek Cat Hase Excellent Seeds % litII aUvllo $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 Mn4re4s ef theai is every liae at a lergeia > RAY ®> ELLIOTT'S Department Store Belton, Texas \jq Summers Mill. Here we come with our little budget again, which will be very limited, as there hasn't been much doing down here this week. W. R. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 August 1908

;%^r wmm m That will never fail you is a Bank Account. It is a Buffer Against Misfortuue and an Unfailing Source of Satisfaction to its Owners. The Small, as Well as the Large Depositor, Always Binds a Hearty Welcome at the ! PAINLESSS PENTISTRY * We want your work and in order to get it will allow your car fare from Belton to Temple on $5,00 worth of work or more, and will guaran- tee all our work for 10 years, in writing. We have had 12 years prac- tical experience and will do yoor work by our expert Painless Methods, ►at the following Exceedingly Low Prices. Set of Teeth H5.00 to $10.00 Gold Crowns $5.00 Pridge Work $5.00 Painless Extraction 50. Gold Fillings $1.00 up. Painless FilllBff^l.OOup. White or Bone 50c UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS DR. THOMAS, Prop. Over Brady <k Bpack Temple, Txas New hi accomplished this no one has been able to ascertain. He binding of any size has been built in America for many years without the use of this famous brand of tools, better than which are n...

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

n ' V' _ • .$&■ ~ *- **is 9htc TK MDMCBAT "t PaMsfess All tltt Sews AD MM ItaM 50 CINTS THE YEAR. FRIDAY EDITION DEMOCRAT. XiLijUy - isiDom^O vtrruoO rwiOE IK BCMCRAT ts iiiWilil httiMW H •f tlM iTMt IttU tf Tl Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUQUST 28. 1908 Number 11 BELTON COMMERCIAL CLUB ENTERTAINS ITS MEMBERS The Belton Comtoercial club met in extraordinary session at the "Central Hotel on last Tues- day night, and pulled off one of most interesting as well as prof- itable affairs in its history. At 80-clock the central committee which has in hand the manage- ment of the fall attraction had a short meeting and heard reports from the special committee, all of which were most satisfactory, showing that the fair is going to be bounding success. The com- mittee on finance reported that there was no doubt at all that all the neccssary funds would be. contributed. The amusement committee repored that they' were in correspondence with a number of attractions for the oc- casion,...

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

^ k ' ■■ • CV, Nt St#* 1 'i.- „. , ,% •.% P.; -.; ^aagiB Hi 5- County Democrat ^lllriillMdlA |||6^ By lilblay Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: •. M. Bay, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Tress., O*o. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. ik W. M. WOODALL, Msnsicer. Wmfz pfilfpPPji mM Ip ik#] SUBSCRIPTION, floe. PER VBAR st the Bslton Postoffice as Sec- end Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. W. K. Austin Frank Bak^r B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran k->' 1111 ■*«W - >-• Oeo. W. Cple, Jr T. X Cook A. ll Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Kids E. B. Everett J. P. Elliott , O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Drv Q„ freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Prazier J. H. Head 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 - Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith - N1. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Oeo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Thos. Yarrell iSi*.: M v tm " Oar Jurjr System. Id a recent issue of the Hous- ton Post ...

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

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT WHEN SOLOMON BUILT JHE TEMPLE V We Had No Store In Jerusalem So the Poor Man had to perform that wonderful work without the use of , * Now he aeeomplithei this no one has been able to ascertain. No buildiaf of aay tin bat been built in America for many years without the use of this famous brand of tools, bettor fan which are net made. . V *) J 1. 10 NOT TAKE "JKT AS MOB" TOOL Bemand "K K." They are BEST and there can be notlmg as food as the "best." SMITH & PEOTM inWARE COMPANY Bolton, Texas TME THE BEST VALflE AT ALL TIMES AT REASONABLE PRICES Save Eaongh or Tour Bills With B$ To Wear Diimonds STAMPER & WILES jjortta SidjJSjuare, Bsltoi. I 1*1 1 1M 1 W 1 Mi ' HsSftHWi THIS STORE'S POLICY Absoliite Satisfaction in all transactions—why nottry us ♦ The Best of Drugs and Medicines—proven by test. The best of Service—the one desire to please and sat- isfy at all times. Absolute reliability—well*trained, well educated, grad- uated prescription men. Lowest...

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

THE BELL OOUNTY DEMOCRAT HOOO ACRES IMPROVED AND RAW FARM AND GRAZING LANDS FVR 6*L£ ON TWENTY YEARS TIME. HT¥AT#0 M (k|mm CaiMTtp TQA|| 9 Mlt44 49VTH 4AMTA W# AAiLWAY 1VAIIRA AHO VML/H' ViXA# • ADDRESS: GkVLRNOM MURRAY. fJANACrCR, VOSS, TEXAS. LOT. 136 LOT f36 E* LOT "• 174 A t r lit H&aI farm tor its MA Lffrjujr Mr <m U*4 A 30$ A LOT *90 AM JCU> sgAjssjA LOT «3| *• ** MJN«'~j MAM «L •••• ai**** MA*! 'I SM.0 LOT 1*2 Biua LCT.W L®r I LrtT III I ■ .. { 909 tsr iccatf A J55T555E dOLO '4X0 [SOLD ••OA inuui J SOLO &01D SOLO mm <m mm « k. mm «*• < LOT ' LOT* 104 1 10** L T.l tor, yg A-.wiA f/UMI.i MOM FA/M jMMt OOL+ft&JCLD ■ 404.0 lot,. >7 #«• VI Faam Imlo £# ' JOtO FARM.MUM 1(L& jwjlyg 'ww «no: t WP, 4.5©*.© 7- a- nuM i «... inrii H+H+ IW A I LOT. tJll eo A „ - ,r&. *CT*K®vv — 4A7 «i*l !>•"> •tiir'il FAR M SOLO \ ** ^ V* L0T* J l £0*4 tor «0 A /MM ; fA/MO JOL£> >501.0 'ft* A liftTA LOT *49 4. lift A 4- *%- MUM JOLO tor 55 | {** A /<• A %...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 August 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT = AUGUST SALE BARGAINS ! * <i # MEN'S CLOTHING $12.50 Sails mw $9.38 $15.00 $aits row 11.25 $20.00 $aits sow - 14.90 LAWNS 15c Figared Lawas 10a 20 aad 25e Figured Lawn 15c 20 aad 25s Mercerized OiafhaialSe > LADIES' HATS Patters Halt from $5.00 ts $10.00, Augsst Sale - $1.00 RIBBONS Oaa Let Rikkeat. all shades, false freaa 10a la 20a; Jtafaat Sale . 10a per yard. • STRAW HATS For Msa U lays. Ml Stnw law Hail Mas f •" NEW MOBS lew Sfcses; Haw Mask Oat Haas ■' Enelleat Oeede I'' ' ' KW MOBS $1.50 aad $20.00 Mala far leya asd Has New Calico for 5c per yfcrd- * r - New Skirting 10c a yard, the kind yon pay 121 ; -1 * and 15c for. . ' REMNANTS Haadreds af thee is every lise al a larfsis RAY ®> ELLIOTTS m. - * ^ Department Store Belton, Texas *- i * K i ;tl ].:•■ ,i\ GOOD REASONS Why You Should Buy The GREAT MAJESTIC I THE GREAT MAJESTIC MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGE Lasts Longer, Heats More Water, Heats it Quicker, Uses Less Fuel, Bakes Better, - An...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 August 1908

f " THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT wm mm i m ■ '*>. ■ *. ' ■> mm SCENE ON BAYLOR COLLEGE CAMPUS, BELTON, TEXAS / U, .rJr-lrfa-f y . ... v.V kit* •**• I-ffi;i, .* * • - 'Jsj v'.!$.,£*>.,;,r v ,jf < ■ ■ • : . p . .••••;# ... . . ' . ./•■ ■' ...:.; ,..j| ■I SCENES IN BELTON TEXAS- • _V . •, ■. y K.f# -* vi \iis-# -Y •. . v .v-r •: .•* < ?jv "-t'V'j.v, & i%- *'vT' •K 'T- v *• zr* \n v:-# WK&SttB -4bL .V IS ®B.. JOTMSVtt ' * '■' * -"** -- •"' - ' "'• ' v'. - 'V 'V'1 '^yV g-.- «■' _ 'Jt* ^iV Ir K t'Hrf *t.t : W"T.: ■ ■■■.•■; II '■•**« v■*>'-I.' • • • _ '•: . • • " MR/ r-.• ■' ' " ®fc*L '* ■> Owl ti> t,"V 'iea SK".v.f-3 mi*'&<&■?"* • ?•; • • ;'.v • •- •:. :- DAS.' KT BALI. TEAM, iiAVLuK ('()FJJ'XJE. BELTON V ;ff ■r -n//;: 11 SCENES IN AND AROUND HELTON. TEXAS m feff'li T-?t Mi ■4, -vii •Vi ' r- \ i * •; ^ Wt3? L Ritry ft,wis ;> r ■ (>7 FrejhiTun t'i.us > ). ^ ' 1: -i-. i>,/ -^-4 0'ini.i utheiis jfc*\ u.ss,U* EJif'ii' - i yair-x? <v"-, mmm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 August 1908

,J1 -''''" l-r'*? THE BELL OOUNT¥ PEMOC'RAT <4 J 4 4 The | EASTMAN Leads Them All K O fcvery One His Own Photographer [K ODAK * 'A 4 4 4 J \4 4 \4 N All Sizes Any Prlc£ From $i.oo Up" K At OKAY'S Paint Store •Only BOB McARTOR Will appreciate your patronage and give the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Anything in The Tonsorial Line At the same old stand with Ins first class white artists. ^ East Side Square, Belton IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock and Finest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS At The SILVER KING BAR WARREN it FURNACE, Props. Aermotor, Dandy, Sampson IN D MILLS PROVEN THE BEST fanks, Flues, Tin Work and Plumcing If you fail to get my prices on this line you neglect a duty to yourself. .BOB TULLOCH :asl Side Hain Street Belton, Texas Have you ordered your winter supply of Coal? If not it will be to your interest to see us before you place your order. We are in position to save you - money. We handle the genuine McAl-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 28 August 1908

m I ■ft ■: PS 'vm%*> ■i->-1 . I HX m mm 'M ,"s- THB WffJ, COUNTY DEMOCRAT SSXif&V I r THE LAST CALL ON SUMMER DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING i € - In order to make room for our Ham moth Stock of Fall Goods, which are arriving daily, we are going to make a j| Clean Sweep of Our Entire Summer Stock of Dry Goods and Clothing. Everything Goes at Great Reductions . § « « « « MEN'S SUITS $25.00 Suits cnt to $17.00 $22.50 Salts cat to $15.00 $20.00 Suits cut to $13.50 $18.00 Suits cut to., $12.00 $15.00 Suits cut to $10.00 $10.00 Suits cut to $7.00 OXFORDS $6,00 Oxfords cut to $4.50 $5.00 Oxfords cut to $3.75 $4.00 Oxfords cut to $8.00 $2 50 and $3.00 Oxfords cut to $2.25 LADIES' OXFORDS $8-50 Oxfords cut :o $2.50 $8.00 Oxfords cut to 1 $2.00 $2.50 Oxfords cut to $1.75 FIGURED LAWNS 35c Lawns cut to 25c 25c Ciawns 15c 20c Lawns cut to 10c 15c and 10c Lawns cut to 05c STRAW HATS $5.00 Hats cut to $8.00 $3.00 Hats cut to $2.75 $2 50 Hats cut to $1.25 $2.00 Hats cut to $1.00 $1.50 Hats cut ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 1 September 1908

K V." ' < !&■ S you the lisua- Ivitt's will cache and lecom- • lORN led. IE CO. Bel- one I fitted pay and It and eh. J lith ni( 10x34 lill and 1 house, |est or- peach Jrth of ly acres I several Price- larm or- |y. ; KLL. I y- [icts are 3r King: |iion din- Rube itant. lay. |in a busjr least eft ■more than id yet tha lutry road |asserby.— for Sep-. cas THE DEMOCRAT PablWws All 41m News All the Tim 50 CENTS TME YEAR, RF.IJ TUESDA Y EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. -M* Uh w iFTJBILISECEID TWICE .A. WEEK. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1908 Number 13 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. ■ftv ft & at S; Mooreville Notes. As it has rained and I can't pick cotton, I will send in a few items. Some of the farmers arsund here have begun picking cotton, and think if nothing happens to it, the cotton crop will be pretty good this year. Misses Annie Goodnight and Ruth Poteet spent Saturday after noon with their Grandma, Mrs. J. C. Moore. "Little Tom" Goodnight had business in Prairie Del...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 1 September 1908

Wfri jijfefciwx I ^ ®':' RIM HJ RHI m :;-m & - m Bell County Democrat Mtebtbbadia 189ft. MIM Br iNMcral ftMlsMai dapuy (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Proa., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. WOOOALL, MlUfir. BUMCRIPTION. goc. HR YEAR Entered at the Belton Portoffice aa Sec- ond Claaa Mail Matter Democrat Stock Holders. K. Austin W. S. Hunter r Frank Baker K. C. Clabaujfh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eada K R Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts BoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman a S. Fisher J. M. Frailer f. BL Head Tbos. Yarrell J. D. Law M. P.MoElhannon 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 ft&r ■ ite t#' Ifei, i lie1 v Oar PefcHc Highway*. Discussing Importance of the good roads question, the Mobile Register remarks:' We have had ...

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

if irt i *mmat IB THE BULL nOTTNTY DEMOCRAT R; A! Y EL LIOTT HI ARRIVAL OF HEW FALL GOODS We Are Receiving Shipments of Our Fall Stock Every Day, and are opening same as they arrive, fluch of our Stock is now ready for inspection. C RAY ®> ELLIOTT'S Department Store Belton, Texas Watch Hospital For The Radical? Cure of IIMBLED WATCHES Our Remidies Never Fail Kilter ft Freeaai Betted, Texas We want our friends to make headquarters at our BOOTH on the PUBLIC SQUARE, where we will have ICE WATER, ELECTRIC FANS, NEWSPA- PERS, and the prettiest display of Hardware you have seen from October 6th to 10th, 1908. SMITH & PEYTOM HARDWARE CO Suscribe for the Democrat—50c Notice to Some Good Farmers. I have a proposition to offer you. I will give to some good farmers 100 acres of land, abso- lutely clear title. The only re- quirement is for you to cultivate another 100 acres for me in wheat or feed stuff for a term of six years. Cut and shock my grain. You can cultivate your 100 acres fr...

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

rsf THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT . ■ ^y'- •c iff - .. K . That will never fail you is a Bank Account. It is a Buffer Against Misfortune and an Unfailing Source of Satisfaction to its Owners. The Small, as Well as the Large Depositor, Always Finds a Hearty Welcome at the BELTON NATIONAL BANK This Bank Pays Monthly Dmdeim %h wi We Rat No Store to Jerutilen i i ifk jF% f5 "ii— I I'IJUU i without the use of to perform that woaferfM work •" -r X?U;J J t v ;■■■'% \ tSSyf 0J P.. How ho accomplished this no one has been able to ascertain. No building of any size has been built in America for many years without the use of this famous brand ^*: ^^ <oolo> ' Wtlor than whioh are not made. ^ * v Afc 6S& 8} X % & § 01 §1 & a f Wf *ii "JUST AS MOD" TOOL Bemaad "KK." They are BEST and there can be ; ^ nothing at good as tfio "best.", SMITH & PEYTON HARDWARE COMPANY Bolton, Texas • • • o i «0 i •„# i * O i • # • *.• • • •* • •'•i THIS STORE'S POLICY Absolute Satisfaction in all tra...

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

I # ♦d btate Library 0- '• fi"i0 vtano!) fbH -I TIU DEMOCRAT PablbbM All tke Ntwi All tbe Tlae SO CENTS THE YEAR. BELL FRIDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. ':-y$ fxjbhiISHeid twice week. ikkmcmt to PaMMM km Mm •ftfccOrMtSuuafTnM Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, iqo8 Number 14 A Battle Royal—Belton Pays Fifty Points More For Cotton Than Others BELTON PAYS HIGHEST PRICE All day long Wednesday in interested the Democrat reporter •cotton circlss Belton was the center of attraction in this terri- tory. The highest price paid .for cotton on this day at any •point in Texas was 8.55, but from the opening of the market here eariy in the morning it became evident that cotton would bring above the market price, and so it did. At different times during the day the price reached 9.05. The question was frequently asked: "How can they do it?" and the universal answer was "I don't know, but tbey are doing it, just the same." At any rate the fellow who) was most interest- ed—the farmer—di...

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

F a BUI W£ f 8S I ' &>>< • I I*A I I ImSMS^i ..A .': Pi&: Bell Comity Democrat RaUblUhed io 1S96. NMbM ST •eatcrat ribllshlai ;Crapuy. (Incorporated) if •. M. jppuccrroRa: Ray, Pres., W- g. Hunter, Vice Pres., O. B, Q*o- W. Ty ler, W. p. Hi i Smith, Sec ler. T. W. O Sec-Treat., Cochran. w*JNU WQODALL, Maaaxar. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PBR YEAR fettered at the Belton Portoffice aa Sec- vj .oad Claaa Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Meana J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston 8. 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 W. Frank Baker E.C.--Clabattfb- T. W. Cochran Qeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads S. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frasier 1. H. Head Thos. Yarrell Good old Mother Holland, with • abingle in ber band. fiarry Thaw prefers P...

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

"8 the bell county democrat r: ywywwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww^WWWWWW CLAY MAY & SON Hardware And Furniture Farm Implements And Vehicles We Have One of The Most Complete Stocks of Hardware and Furniture in Central Texas and invite a general in- spection of our goods. Prices and Terms ♦ The Very Best. You Save Money When You Buy From Us. CLAY MAY & SON Main Street Belton, Texas Corn Bulletin. The state commissioner of ag- riculture will issue a bulletin on corn about the 20th of Septem- ber. This bulletin presents the latest information on the meth- ods of producing corn. Such topics as good seed, best varie- ties. cultivaton. and feeding corn on the farm are discussed. Evervone interested in increas- ing the yield of his corn should immediately write for a copy of this bulletin. It is free. A card addressed to the commissioner of agriculture, Austin, Texas, is all that is necessary. The commissioner of agricul- ture still has on hand copies of the pecan bulletin, and copies of the ...

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

W: «-*f &in?.rr THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT 3$HF ss«s \ V :. V 'V '"ll" ■y I ml SI ® ■! A RMUMI OP THE MOST IMPOR- TANT N^WS AT MOMI AMD • iBROAD. „ Mlpd ITERS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE , A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Currant Newa Domeatlo and Foreign. Snntejort have ascertained that San Angelo now has . 260 miles of etxeets and alleys. Jaa. C. Von Vlareum, president of the National Bank of Commeroe of St Louis died Tuesday at Old Forge, N. Y. It is reported that eight men were killed and several injured in a mine •t Warrior Bun, eight miles from Wilkesbarre, Pa.. Friday. The bank in Fillmore, Allegheny County, N. Y., was robbed Saturday morning, and it is said that the rob- bers got a large sum of money. Frank Jensen of Fort Worth re- raved a letter Friday telling of the death by accident of Herbert Fors- jter, formerly of that city, but re- cently of Tantallion, Canada. Friday morning at 8 o'clock a train at Como knocked John Miller, m blacksmith, off the track and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 4 September 1908

•) . THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ELL ! 0 TIT # ARRIVAL OF NEW FALL GOODS ^ We Are Receiving Shipments of Our Fall Stock Every Day, and are opening same as they arrive, fluch of our Stock is now ready for inspection. r RAY <Sb ELLIOTT'S Department Store Bel ton, Texas : J M MILLINERY t it SOCIAL AND LITERARY EVENTS (By Miss Junia Osterhout.) All items intended for this column should be telephoned or mailed to Miss Osterhout. A Miss Florence Mihills of Houston "spent a few days here the guest of Miss Fannie Branham before en- tering Baylor as a student. Mr. and Mrs. John Forrester of S^n Antonio en route from St. J mis to their home, spent a few ys here this week, guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Otis Forrester. Hhey fere accompanied home by their children, John and Miss Lucile, who have been visiting relatives in Bel- ton and vicinity for a month. Frank Carter has returned from a visit to Fort Worth. June Agee returned Monday from a several week's stay at Rock port. On Tuesday evening, Spetembe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 4 September 1908

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Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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