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

the bell oouoty democrat DEMOCRAT CONTEST The vote in the Democrat Contest will be published for the last time before the close in next Friday's issue. It is now warming up pretty lively and those who wish to make a good showing in this issue wiU do well to send in all the votes they have. Remem- ber young ladies, this is.one of the most important contests that has ever been attempted in Texas by a home paper. It means free ^schooling at one of the greatest colleges in the entire south and is * vT a v«°rous effort to win. Get out and h ive your friends to help you, as you only have about a week more in which to work. You.wiU have to hurry as the time is almost at hand, and positively the contest will not be extended a single day beyond the 8th of Sep- tember. We publish above a picture of the handsome Majestic range above and those in Class "B" will also have to hurry, and in this connection it may ba stated that no one can guess who will win this handsome prize. The range and also ...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 4 September 1908

<■***>* iff iwmmi .. "V > . - / mm0K «•*• :;A«% ' iw * *' ammw*> ••- ■**& * #■;'nnewk"t^='-WA' M^i >«iiwwiiiwiiMiii(i |i j* impugn TOE BELL COUNTY PBMOCBAT • '' EVERY DAY THEY COME—THE NEW FALL FASHIONS! [ Every freight* every express brings In New Pall (foods for Cochran & Co. There are hundreds of new things coming in every day this week, and added to the two weeks • previous gives us, we are sure, ehe broadest display of New Pall Fashions to be found in any store In Belton. We have placed these new goods on display. The New Waists, V tile New Silks, the New Skirts, the New Petticoats, the New Ginghams, the New Percales, the Wonderful New Neckwear and Beltos just from New Yotk, These are just a few gl of the new things you will find in our wonderful assortment of of fall goods. •v ; wash goods boys' pants percales "S - iK h' w FALL NOVEL/TIES—A beautiful line of Mercerized Over- check and Novelty Suiting in the,most popular colorings, the most serviceable aA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 September 1908

T. THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the News All the Time 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL TUESDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. * I*v *;] f ;• I r, i+J! ■# Adl Vj"v %r 3 #$• PUBLISHED TWICE -A- WEEK. K amocui to NMIsM to tfee Meet BeaselyPepaiated lectin et tiM Great State if Teue SH Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1908 Number 15 A SHOT GUN'S DEADLY WORK. BROTHER OF DR. R. E. I. HOL- LAND—FATAL AFFAIR HERE YESTERDAY. Trouble Alleged to Have Originated '.From Assault on Defendant's Daughter. Temple Telegram, Sept. 6tli. Wm. H. Holland, a negro man about thirty-eight years of age, un- married was shot and almost instant- ly killed yesterday afternoon shortly after three o'clock at his place of business, the Bell County Mercantile Co., on Main street, just North of the post ofTice. Soon thereafter, George Woods, a negro, surrendered at his residence on Twe.nty-first and Adams avenue to Constable Robert L. Cooper and taken before Judge John L. Ward. He made a sworn statement reciting th«...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 September 1908

Jfe' I SE the bbli. county democrat <• M Bell Comity Democrat BstaUiahedla rtgl PafellsMai iCtapaay (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: a 11. Ray, Pres.. W. S. Hunter, Vioe Pre*., C. B. Smith, Seo-Treas., <3«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOOD ALL, Muot«r. SUBSCRIPTION, 90c. «R YEAR Bntercd at the Belton Postoffice aa Bee- oad Claaa Mail Matter. DMMcnt Stock Holders. V. K. Auatin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook K L. Curtia W. P. Denman Coleman Eada K. R Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith 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. 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. Tvler Dr. W. A. Wilson Senator Foraker is making a noise like a man trying to keep quiet. "Please pass the unwritten law", says the New York Mail. Yes, up. How are the mig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 September 1908

WL slfwS '^*■3 State L]hr*«w : f'« <• THE BKLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT r ■ 1" I ! I [ -1 ■ 1 R A V' 1&. *!ElL'iLI I 01 I THREE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY MORNING "Worth Your Time To See ! <• 10 Bona White Embroidered Shirt Waists, value $1.00, Friday 59c , 5 Dozen White Eaihroiderod Shirt Woists, valae These Are t-resh, New Goods And The Greatest Shirt Waist Bargains of The Season. Six Pieces Shaatiaf Anglais, in the best shades, valae 7Se, Friday 59c NEW GOODS ROLLING IN Bv EVERY TRAIN ! RAY ®> ELLIOTT'S .00, Fridny OOn Department Store Belton, Texas LET THE WIND MILL DO THE WORK UMSfllU A windmill is indispensible with truck gardening or stock raising. The Monitor and Model A Windmills are the world's strongest and best. They have the greatest work- ing wheels ever invented and will run on less breeze than any other mill made. West Side Main Street, Belton, Between Express Offces. W. H. HAMILTON The Tin and Galvanized Iron Tank Man. Aermotor, Dandy, Sampson MI IvIvS PROVEN THE BEST ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 September 1908

>■ B®£ ! |y ■«ppa favmAdM -••;.♦•-v H '. ■ > •■TS*,'.- J. ... ,v,-'."-V •- spfPli * ■JzZ&s••.:>•*,- r< v>,-w * •• ' -.• ^ N 35vj • ' •'.'*£■ ; ■ j 2 BAYLOR COLLEGE Belton - Texas Committed to the separate education of young women. Oldest, largest and best equipped col- lege 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 to faculty for the coming session. Sixty-fourth session opens September 1st, 1908. Send for catalog and farther information to W. A. WILSON, D. D., Pres. 3. Z. MILLER, Pre#. J- Z. MILLER, Jr., Cush. W. W. JAMES, Asst. Cash A. D. POTTS, Dir. ; i swings department belton national bank I ; f mm ■::-v PROSPEROUS DAYS These are prosperous days, and NOW is the Fitting Time to lay aside a fund against a time of need. W...

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

TK KMOCRAT ftbllsbes All tbs N«wt All the Has 50 CENTS TMC YEAR. RF.1.1 EDITION '•T®«3 SUte Librtiy it'"' i "*• • ■'** ■ v"v; \ DEMOCRAT Volume XIII. BFLTON, TEXAS, fRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i«. IQO8 Number 16 12 CENTS IL MINI- MUM COTTON PRICE Fort Worth, Sept. 7.—Twelve cents is the price of cotton agreed up- on by the Farmers' National Union In convention here a few days ago. The announcement comes from the most reliable source. This price was adopted after a bitter fight, many op- posing the naming of a minimum fig- ure, which likely resulted In disclos- ing the secret. E. A. Calvin, former president of the Texas Union, led the opposition delegates. Farmer*' Union and Federation of labor Joined Hands Officially. Fort Worth, Spe. 7.*-The first ab- solute proof of an alliance between the Farmers' National Union and the Aemrican Federation of Labor having been formed during the convention in Fort Worth last week when Samuel Gompers visited the Farmers conven- tion, was obtained when the fo...

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

\.r:f T- . ■ '••v i:v. j ' ~ sf&'-s-" ■■ pp kV*' . ' - Hp mtir ; •' v~ §c $K # ??■. S§K ' ;-S* fe:l 8p#& __ ' ' I; V-.. - 1ft ■ fc* If Ss . fiBp I Wm Bell County Democrat KatabUabed in it*. MltoM By Demerit nUtohlH Ctapaay (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Bay, Prer, W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, 8eo-Trea . Geo. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, goc. I BR VBAB Botered at the Bclton Postoffice ■ 8ec- oad CUm Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. W. K. Austin frank Baker B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Qto. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtle W. P. Denman Coleman Kads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott 0. M. Felta Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier 1. 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 S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R Stocking Geo. W Dr. W. A Tyler . WiJ son Thos. Yarrell Just think of Charlie Be...

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

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT MAP OF DAY RANCH CO. LAND. 21,000 ACRES IMPROVED AVD RAW FARM AND GRAZING LANDS PDR SALE ON TWENTY YEARS TIME. aTVATCO IK) C14MJM COUNTY, TtXAS, $ MILE* -SOUTH Of aANTAFe.WAIi.VWV «TAX ions VAUIM AMD TAL.PA TEXAS. ADDRESS: &VERNON MURRAY, MANAGER, VOSS, TEXAS. E LOT«LOT I ',333 A LOTjM t-°T I LOT III | J 109 tor |26W A /to j fAAfA FAffM SOLD £A/?M S L(> «« 5*0 J^OO A LOT /20 640A I LOT • <03 <47 A tor no bO A COT /2<T IMA SLOT 124- ££9 A tor )M UlSAt LOT It3 fc'VMft LOT 121 177 At OTIUKII'IMO fftMKtS M MCN COTTOW^ re A ACM AS LANDS IN YNS SUCK LAND BUT LOT I4-0 (AM SOLO LOT FAR 5 OLD FARM .SOLO FARM 60L0 farm aoLO FARM •Sold FARM 4*1-0 FA/?M 60LD LOT 134- far* aolo Mfimj | SOLO MffM ?a M 3 i-0 FARI4 SOLD FAR* SOLD far* SOLO FARM SOLD FARM. SOLD LOT REO WIRE PASTURE FARM fa/?M SOLD SOLD FARM SOLD FARM j FARM 60LO_|_50LD_ FARM I /ARM SOLD I <50LD LOT /36 'LOT 136 E* LOT Miuj^ Ftofc'io J FARM 1301.0 LOT« tei I | fAUM SOLD I &x.o I FARM ! ...

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

Sip m fep': wfflm ■ &s.: • I A ' 1! ' 11 1 0 . ( s i i i life I® .1 t * " * -**■ m &??' Kf® 3Ki ife; V Mi |*: A" •'■ f : ; C • ■■ PS&P gpk /• JOE SAPPINGTONS' FIRST -EXPERIENCE WITH AN ADTO Until one day last week, all on •Mrth I knew about automobiles, waa learned from reading adrertlaementa and looking at highly colored pic- tures of them that bare been appear- ing In the various magazines for the past tea years. There la but little in common be- tween the advertised auto and the real article. In the advertisements we see it only at 1U best, dressed m Its Sunday clothes, gently gilding •long a beautiful landscape loaded with well dressed pleasant looking people with nothing to mar their pleasure. But a few hours aboard the machine one hot day last July, convinced me that these advertised scenes were not taken from real life or If they were the conditions were much more favorable than they were the day I took my first ride on one of them. None of these advertisements ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 September 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT RAY ®> ELLIOTT! is Right ks We Are Receiving New Ladies' Coat Suits. They Are New, The Price And They Are Goiug Fast. NEW SILKS—Just Received 200 Yards New Silk—Taffeta. Liberties ami Chile Silks Beys New Scheel Suits, Shees And Hats. Miss Sanford of St. Louis is in charge of our Hillinery Department. The has managed the millinery department of some of the largest houses in Texas; is a cultured, refined lady, an artist in the line and asks the ladies of Belton and Bell county to remember that her department is in better shape than it ever was to please them. m ft Department Store <Sc Belton, Texas HuMQBOHDlinD Baylor College Notes. The members of the Historical So- ciety with Miss Saiiie Dickersou as president, entertained very delight- fully with a reception on Monday i-evening September 7. The guests were the faculty and students of the .school. The art room where the re- ception was held was decorated with ■the soeiety colors, crimson and gold, :aut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 September 1908

c w. I ! SCENES OF THE BELTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. SECTION OK STUDY HALL HELTON HIGH SCHCK)L. PHYSIOS CLASS IN* LABRATORY—HELTON HIGH SCHOOL. BELTON PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM The opening day of the Belton high school and Belton graded school for the session 1908—1909 lias been set for September the 21. Belton teels a just pride in her city school and the steady advaucemunt and progress has been watched with keen interest. A good school board, a good superintudent, good principals and good teachers are all essen- tial to good schools,and in the se- lection of each the high standard of the school has been main- tained. The retiring members of the board of education ar6 Messrs George W Tyler, Thos. Yarrell' Peter Hammersmith, and Dr. J. M. Frazier who have so faithfully served the public for several years, their success- ors are Messrs Coleman Eads, D. S. Safley, Prank Baker, and T. N. Duckworth who were wise- ly chosen at the May election. The present board now consists...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 September 1908

THE BELL CX)UNTY DEMOCRAT M0OOOO9O9OGOOGO MAJESTIC RANGES NEW MOLINE WAGONS ROTARY DUTCHMAN PLOWS, BUCK'S STOVES JOHN DEERE BUGGIES, NEW CASADAY PLOWS WE BUY AND SELL HORSES AND MULFS VI BXtili TOfll VCDTLEE1 WE PAY YOP PRICES EVERY DAY FOR COTTON AND CORN Are just a few of the goods whjph we sell and which have made our store famous as Headquarters For Everything that is High Grade in Hardware and Implements. SMITH <& PEYTON HARDWARE CO BELTON - TEXAS • • SCHOOL SUPPLIES Ink, Pencils, Tablets, Composition Books, Pen Holders, School Satchels and Straps, Pencil Boxes, and in fact everything in the way of school supplies except text books. I have a fine line of books by standard authors at special prices. Drop in and see what I have. HENRY HOWELL The Avenue Druggist. mizssm THE LONE STAR GROCERY Invites you to call at the store. Something of importance for you. Be sure to come around. STAMPER & WILES North Side Square, Belton. Have you ordered your winter supply of Coal? If...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 September 1908

J. Z. MILLER, Puss. J- Z. MILLER, Jr., Cuah. W. W. JAMES, AuL Cub A. D. POTTS, Dir. JO ZACH MILLER, III, A««'t Cash. DIRECTORS: J.Z. Miliar A. M. MaoUi.h J. S. Miltar. Jr A. D. PotU Jo Zaeh Miller. Ill W. W. James MTIOML BAH If You Appraciate SAFETY II PROMPTNESS ACCURACY LIBERALITY Give Us Your Business, Large or Smhll W. M. Jones of Summers Mill was in (own with cotton. J. E. Malear who lives five miles west of Belton was in town Monday on business. Amos Felts was Monday afternoon. in Belton, T. T. Hunniecutt of Little River was in Belton Monday. "t Misses Susie and May Connell of Waco spent Monday, Tues day, and BWednesday, friends in Belton. with New improvements are being made on C. W. Bishop's tailor shop, on east street. Sheriff D. C. Burks and son, Charley, returned Tuesday, from Austin where they had been on business. Bob Taylor has recently fiixed up a first class looking tailor shop on Main street. Scientist claim there is more crimes in summer than in winter. The hotter ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 September 1908

' A ' 1 T. .... *■'.•' "*'.J yFfiraSB ) j I I i i '<* lexas State llbrirj MR F?*il TUESDA Y EDITION THE DEMOCRAT PttblUkei All the New* All the Dm 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE -A. WEEK. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1908 Number 17 MODERN IDEAS IN EDUCATION APT. IMPRACTICABLE. Curriculum-Cramming Results in Ig- norant Stupid Pupils. We all know that the children of the last two decades in our schools have not been educatfd. With all our training we have trained nobody. With all our instructing we have~Tn"- structed nobody, sayB Rheta Childe Dorr, quoting Woodrow Wilson, president of Prlpcton University, In the October Delineator. At an edu- cational conference held in Kansas City, Missouri, Miss Mary Fisher, a high-school teacher, said: For some years it was ray duty to conduct examinations for en- trance into higher courses of study. . . . In one examination of nine girls, ranging from sixteen to tween- ty, years two of them high-s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 September 1908

mmm M - ft.? JSwttf.'v- lll^ HB&JY' ilSt ssf, I is® /C/*' BeUnSowrtylemocrat - Company. (Xnaa n«i a BffiBScaa UHNtoSIf-"'"-"" v,~ one can see tbe point without argu Sec-Treas., JBL Gmu nienLbut we reproduce the above rrSmmtrer only. lMuanierRW^ s®«>! w MBAI J on iiMMi t Entered mi nOkn^%atiii //tat. gimufflfoqww Manufacturing en terpriseg.MMll'dWSlftiVH 1,1 Helton, "¥/# %.•{* 1 i W°" iA * product of those -nWnooDWR Mt^)W(leoWJ flk-IB. Aatgtifa sioin MbloBrteiid iiiwjyllip8«wwfJ H«; Use. (G9mb46«4 (tmigaiA .7 iL1Plttii li8B9 j uiowitfeafctmr l«e£fcpfc H«f< (Ptfifrw ni'jflJ i Curtis W. P. Denman . J. U. i reffton,, | ^eigafrBq&pq «i s«<MV«i/njirf fedfr BBre^jona i4rfJi>liie«e& bmil re*t*W*rf tUMmil ear Ttos. i BW9 #"u° —tejaftfeflflaygg ready w y e a ;atr with tbe bome merchant; Join the publicity procession.—Waco Timea- Herald. ,, A fBi> BUUMOWiririij. hub". m<ffflSe«ftW4SVf have one of the best creariie^ferf in ixa; Wdfta stfE .sbeqoi^a ,Jo.. .&??dc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 September 1908

SMMSK: i 9 T/.a"n i/3u mo'/) .iiroT ;>JHT ii:M;i^ifiM^iiik9^7i!ii EH IL I 10 T T IIJO/ briar. .gail:Ll% !JT'« ^bi! T) n fd t Jud'nJi !b bns Ajojz 3ldlqrrto:> J«o:n arij / rtui a H :>onq k- B9 i )l99w isrilont nl <rud .mini L nn laan sni>iool loorfoa ot hij no ^od .vlia art) ni dldsnieido aulsv InlssiO sdi nat -yiE-j// f'niTbliriv t>i -j-joJe Ja^jLardl .e'qiprl'jp'j. |b ejijJiio a'nyibliria nio You Just nave One More WeeK in Which to buy >Z 'SrlTlJOy After this week we left of our Spring: a Jud iol gniriJoD a'riluoY to fLaf a'riiuo/tuo sni/ud oJ no 3w«iSJ& risum SfT3re| *i^/3jr14rBn0T/-f >uomnt sril sviari a'// <tsh® ipi*jce. New Goods iiflfW? WflftnWflt Coming in Every D ,st>nin csriJofw cL!^fesh H wred?$li i t&P" 0 The1 Prope j-ojfil 3riJ ni sb&m sib t>na eabBrie //an idJ His ni amoa .?.f£ Qjfe0.3£HMfcrfJBSPMl'j4 out our FaH jSuits ler Qood^ j ^emei in we^fali^i jmg|p|rti' get w|a) y. v '< i' " . \ ■ I -.te ¥ DejjaPttfitiW^More o: ji'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 September 1908

* SCHOOL DAYS in .n*th*r week the merrv clane of the school bell will be heard proclaiming: the end of vacation days and calling the children back to resume their studies. Send your boy or glrl to schwMTOkln ™neat and trim. Buy your children's outfits at Cochran's, the best store for children's wear. We carry the most complete stock and distribute by far the Oreatest value obtainable in the city. BOYS' SCHOOL CLOTHES See the preparations we have made for young hopefuls, The smartest styles of the season in quality clothes. No other as good as the famous MIS. JANE HOPKINS' BOY-PROOF CLOTHES The kind parents have sought without finding. All the latest models, perfect fitting sizes, exclusive patterns and wear-proof fabrics, sizes 4 to 17, Prices $2.50 to $7.00 SCHOOL H4TS Boys Pelt, Telescope and Pinch Crown Hats, correct styles for the new fall season. All colors, bound or raw edge. $1.00 to $2.00. BOYS SCHOOL CAPS all wool—a big assortment of novelty pattern8 as well as blue serges....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

8tai, Lib,.,, THE DEMOCRAT Publlikes All tlw N«w All the Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL FRIDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE .A. WEEK, IK BCMOCRAT to fMMX la tka Mm M—ly fplmi Into •f tlM firut State af Tui Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908 Number 18 MR KILLED HI WRECK TWO COACH£3 ROLL DOWN EM- BANKMENT ON YAZOO AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. SEVERAL PERSONS MISSING Twenty-Six Are Injured and Some May Be Pinned Under the Wreckage. Clarksville, Miss., Sept. 15—Four persona are known to have bean kill- ed and twenty-eix injured in a ■wrack on the Yozo and Mississippi Vhlley Railroad two miles south of here yesterday afternoon when two coaches of a passenger train rolled down an embankment. Two or three paaaengers are unaooounted fuor and It is possible their bodies will be found under the wrcck. The wreck- ed train was No. 814, which left Jackson at 6:25 and wns known as the "Jackson Special." The train, upon approaching Clarksville, was behind nine and was runni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

W-::" ' |M&' p [>-v; I' r «=rv Bell County Democrat BcUblUhrd in 1(96. Published By Demerit PHlllshlag Company. (Incorporated) ytf^vwifiAnrriri-\r~* DIRECTORS: SL M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pre*., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., G«o. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOOPALL, W«MWr, SUBSCRIPTION, floe. PER YBAR Entered at the Beiton Po toffice m Sec- ond Class Mat! Matter. Denoerat Stock Holders. V. K. Austin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaujfh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Kails E. R. Everatt J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts RoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier 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 We Most Show Our Loyalty. It is hoped that what we have to say in this article will not be construed as a "kick...

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